LATAM Airlines Group narrowed its 2019 second-quarter (Q2) net loss to $63 million, as rising passenger revenues were offset by the ongoing financial crisis in Argentina. The loss was significantly smaller than the Santiago, Chile-based group’s $208 million net loss in Q2 2018, when it was buffeted by currency instability and a drivers strike in Brazil. The Avianca Brazil bankruptcy and fleet reduction has left LATAM as one of only three major airlines competing for domestic ...

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