A strategic alliance to enable you to travel even further!

We are pleased to announce a new alliance with Delta Air Lines. At LATAM, we are working hard to expand and improve the benefits for our passengers, providing an unparalleled travel experience and the leading frequent flyer program in Latin America (subject to regulatory approvals).

The new strategic alliance between LATAM Airlines Group and one of the world’s leading airlines, Delta, seeks to offer a wider route network between Latin America and North America. Once regulatory approvals have been obtained, the complementary networks of both airlines will be combined to offer greater connectivity between the regions and access to over 400 destinations worldwide.

Below you will find further information about this new alliance, which we will update regularly.

About LATAM Pass

Will oneworld benefits remain the same?

While we have announced that we will leave the alliance, LATAM is currently still a member of oneworld. As long as we are members, all benefits (including VIP lounge access and frequent flyer mile accumulation and redemption) remain the same. Any relevant change will be communicated in due course.

What will happen to my LATAM Pass miles/points?

Your miles/points and LATAM Pass benefits remain unaffected. Any relevant change will be communicated in due course.

Can I continue to earn and redeem miles/points on oneworld airlines flights, including American Airlines?

While LATAM remains a oneworld member, you can continue to earn and redeem with other alliance airlines. Following our departure from oneworld, we plan to maintain bilateral agreements with the other airlines. Any relevant change will be communicated in due course.

What will happen to the alliance you have with financial institutions in various countries?

For now, there are no changes to LATAM’s alliances with banks and financial institutions. Any relevant change will be communicated in due course.

Will LATAM continue code-sharing with oneworld airlines, including American Airlines?

Codeshares are bilateral agreements between airlines and are not part of the terms of oneworld alliance membership. Any relevant change will be communicated in due course. 

Tickets purchased previously will not be affected by potential changes to these agreements.

Will LATAM maintain its frequent flyer programs?

Frequent flyer program agreements are bilateral arrangements between airlines and are not part of the terms of oneworld alliance membership. 

LATAM intends to maintain its agreements with other oneworld members when it leaves the alliance (with the exception of the current frequent flyer program agreement with American Airlines). 

Any related changes will be communicated in due course. Tickets purchased previously will not be affected by potential changes to these agreements.

Will LATAM join SkyTeam?

LATAM does not plan to join another global alliance at this time.

When will LATAM leave oneworld?

LATAM is currently determining a departure date, which will be communicated in due course.

About your flights and benefits

Will passengers still be able to purchase flights that include connections with oneworld/American Airlines?

Yes, passengers can still purchase flights that include connections with oneworld members/American Airlines. Any changes will be communicated in due course.

When will LATAM have a code-share with Delta?

LATAM does not currently have a codeshare agreement with Delta. To have a this type of agreement, it must comply with current and applicable regulations. Any changes will be communicated in due course.

Visit our website periodically for the latest information and/or consult the LATAM Pass benefits section of our terms and conditions.

We continue working to travel further, together!