dcajet wrote:LATAM received Court approval to return up to 111 aircraft to their lessors if it so chooses. The airline has to notify lessors 5 days in advance of its intentions over a rolling 30-day period. Aircraft included are (most likely includes all LATAM Argentina's fleet, which are the oldest A320s in the fleet, early 2000s builds).
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Surely they will refrain from returning any B777-300ERs (???) it is the backbone for their international routes from GRU which, pre-COVID19 were quite profitable. I do believe the A359s on the list might go since that would cater for a reduction on their (Brazilian...) fleet as well as the fact that they've got some that never really flew with them (i.e. the 6 that spent quite a good time flying around for Qatar Airways...).