COVID-19: ¿WHAT ARE WE DOING AT LATAM?
Your safety is the most important thing. This is why we are following the recommendations of international organizations such as the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the World Health Organization (WHO), governments and more.
Find out everything you need to know before your trip.
Boarding and disembarking
Mandatory use of face masks
Local authorities and IATA (International Air Transport Association) have defined the use of these protection elements during your trip. They minimize the possibility of cross-infection among people on board. It is essential to wear them correctly; they must cover your mouth and nose completely, reducing the drops expelled when breathing, coughing, or sneezing by 90%.
Masks with valves, fabric handkerchiefs or bandanas, scarves or masks made of woven material (wool-yarn), plastic mouth guard, are NOT ALLOWED.
We suggest following the manufacturer's recommendation regarding the time of use, remembering that a mask should be discarded and replaced if it becomes dirty, wet or deteriorated. For long-duration flights it is advisable to bring extra masks for replacement.
The types of face masks to be worn can be the traditional surgical ones, or the N95, as well as hand-made fabric masks, as long as they completely cover your nose and mouth.
No passenger will be allowed to board the plane without a properly worn face mask, except those who have processed a medical certification authorizing them to fly without it.
Aircraft sanitation before and after the flight
A sterile environment on board