LATAM inaugurates nonstop flights between Bogota and Madrid

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LATAM Airlines inaugurated non-stop flights between Bogota and Madrid (Spain), its first route to Europe from Colombia, on Wednesday.

The route will operate one daily flight on Boeing 787-8 aircraft, which have a capacity of 247 passengers: 30 in Premium Business and 217 in Economy.

Flights will depart Bogota at 22:50, arriving in Madrid at 15:40 the following day (local time). From the Spanish capital, they will take off at 17:25, landing at El Dorado Airport at 20:40 (local time).

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This route will operate under the figure of fifth freedom of the air, which means that it will originate in Santiago de Chile, and then continue its route Bogota-Madrid and vice versa.

“Reaching Madrid is a key milestone for the growth of LATAM’s operation in Colombia. In addition to consolidating the Group’s international network, we are strengthening our ability to connect Colombia with one of the strategic markets for the country, such as Europe, with a world-class in-flight product and service,” said LATAM Airlines Colombia CEO Santiago Álvarez.

LATAM now has nine international destinations connecting Colombia with Ecuador, Peru, Chile, Brazil, the United States, Venezuela and now Spain.