LATAM Airlines Group has unveiled a new cabin interior design for its incoming Boeing 787-9s, Airbus A350s and new deliveries of Airbus A320 family aircraft.
The airline, formed from a merger between Chile-based LAN and Brazil's TAM, says the new interior is the first unified cabin interior design since the merger.
The new interior for the A320 family aircraft is already on two aircraft: a LAN A320 that is operating within Chile and a TAM A321 that serves domestic routes in Brazil, says the carrier. New A320 family deliveries will have the new interior, says the carrier.
LATAM's new A320 family interior
LATAM will add its first 787-9s and A350s in 2015. The business class cabin on the two long-haul aircraft types will feature lie-flat seats in business class. LATAM has 10 787-9s and 27 A350-900s on order.
"The new unified cabin design is one of the most tangible examples of standardisation between the two airlines since the merger," says LATAM.
LATAM's 787-9 interior
LATAM's A350 interior
LATAM's A350 and 787-9 economy class interior
Source: LATAM Airlines Group