LATAM is re-establishing regular services to/from Argentina, following the national strike on 6 April.
LATAM Airlines informs that today (7 April) it is re-establishing normal services to and from Argentinian airports, following the national strike in Argentina on 6 April.
Passengers are recommended to review their itinerary in the My Trips page of latam.com and those who have connecting flights with third-party airlines are reminded that they should check their flight status directly with the respective carrier in advance.
LATAM apologizes for any inconvenience caused by this situation – which was outside of the company´s control – and is offering affected passengers the ability to modify travel itineraries originally planned for this day.
Changes and refunds
Passengers with flights to/from Argentina on 6 April that were affected by cancellations can choose from the following options:
Date/flight change (same origin/destination):
All passengers that would like to change their date/flight (both outbound and return) without penalty or fares differences can do so from seven days in advance until 20 days after the original date. For flights over Easter (12-17 April inclusive) and 20 days after the original date, changes are permitted without penalty but are subject to the applicable fare differences.
A route change with no penalty, subject to differences in the applicable fare and validity of the ticket.
Refunds apply for all unused tickets without penalty.
The company reiterates its commitment to the highest standards of safety and service quality.