LAN and TAM have unveiled a unified design for their cabins as part of on-going merger plans.
A LAN Airbus A320 operating on Chile domestic routes and a TAM Airbus A321 on Brazilian domestic routes already have the new cabins and will be rolled out on its short-haul aircraft this year.
From 2015 the two carriers will then include the new cabins on its Boeing 787 Dreamliners and Airbus A350s.
“Every element of these new cabins was carefully selected and designed to include the best elements of the region and create a world class project. With these objectives in mind, the rich wood textures of the Amazon are present in several elements throughout the cabin, including part of the floor and details on the seats,” said Jerome Cadier, marketing vice president of LATAM Airlines Group. “The fabric, textures, colours and patterns are reminiscent of the beautiful landscapes of our region. Even the iconic beaches of Ipanema were a source of inspiration for the cabins and we hope our passengers will continue to enjoy the experience of flying with LAN and TAM in these new surroundings.”
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