LATAM Airlines Group plans to overhaul the interiors of more than 200 aircraft—two-thirds of its global fleet—over the next two years, for an investment of $400 million, the company said during its second-quarter operations call. The Santiago, Chile-based LATAM expects to debut its retrofitted interiors by year-end, concentrating at first on aircraft flying its short-haul routes within Latin America. Cabins will be renovated on over 150 of  Airbus A320 and A321 aircraft to ...

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