LATAM airlines seeks extension of deadline for restructuring plan

LATAM filed for bankruptcy protection in the United States in May of last year, hammered by the world travel crisis generated by the coronavirus pandemic. At the time, it was the world's largest airline to take such action due to COVID-19.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - LATAM Airlines Group, the region's largest carrier, said on Wednesday that it had sought to extend until September the deadline to present its restructuring plan as part of the bankruptcy protection process initiated in 2020.

LATAM filed for bankruptcy protection in the United States in May of last year, hammered by the world travel crisis generated by the coronavirus pandemic. At the time, it was the world's largest airline to take such action due to covid-19.

A judge had previously ordered the company deliver its restructuring plan by the end of June, and . . .

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