Airplanes with Individual Screens
Our airplanes with individual screens (Airbus 350 and Boeing 767, 777 and 787) offer a wide variety of onboard content. We have more than 150 films available, from new releases to classics, including a selection of Latin American and European films, documentaries and short films. 15 TV series, more than 150 episodes of television series with varying genres, 25 games, an extensive music library updated every month and special programs for children. We periodically update our onboard entertainment so that we can surprise you with something new for each trip.
The most modern onboard entertainment system in Latin America, which allows you to browse a variety of content on your own device.
Available on planes without individual screens (Airbus 319, 320 and 321) which make domestic flights and flights within Latin America.
This is LATAM’s channel created to inspire and invite passengers to explore the world of aviation and the most incredible places in the world.
You can find our content in the Vamos/LATAM magazine on board the aircraft, in the videos on your screen and in the LATAM Entertainment app. You can also find it on our social media channels and online at latam.com/vamos.
Power source onboard
You'll find outlets or USB ports in all our Premium Business and Economy classes on long-haul flights. Other aircraft in our fleet feature power outlets in the front rows and many of our plains are equipped with outlets or USB ports in all rows.
Ask one of our crew members if there are power sources available on your flight.
Activate Airplane Mode and forget about the "Off" button
You can keep your electronic devices (cell phones, tablets or laptops) turned on as long as “Airplane Mode” is enabled during the entire trip. If you fly on an airplane without an individual screen, once you enable "Airplane Mode," don't forget to enable your wireless connection so that you can connect to "LATAM Entertainment."