LAN seeks synergies with TAM as its culture of change evolves
LAN Airlines has much to be excited about. It merged with TAM on June 22, becoming part of the largest South American airline entity in terms of passengers, destinations and fleet size. The airlines already are cross-selling cargo and passenger flights, as well as code-sharing on some international routes from Santiago, as they work to combine into a single customer network. Together, the two carriers—to be known as Latam—generated $13.5 billion in revenue last year. Only three of ...
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