LATAM Launches New Premium Business Menu Featuring the Flavors of Latin America
Updated: Feb 11
LATAM has debuted a new Premium Business Class menu highlighting the versatility of Latin American cuisine and a greater choice of service options. Led by Executive Chef, Filipe Gutiérrez, the new menu features local ingredients such as fresh fish and tropical fruit.
On Wednesday (February 8, 2023), LATAM announced the introduction of a new Premium Business Class menu highlighting the flavors of Latin America. The new gastronomical offer, led by Executive Chef Felipe Gutiérrez, adds a greater variety of local ingredients such as fish and shellfish from the Pacific, and a range of tropical fruits, as well as seasoning and tubers from the high plateau. The new dishes are also accompanied by a robust selection of wines, led by Héctor Vergara, the only Master Sommelier in Latin America, who reviewed over 500 wines until achieving a pairing that highlights the flavors with the iconic varieties of the continent. When combined with LATAM’s internationally renowned service, the new menu and beverage options will create an even more memorable onboard experience.
In Wednesday’s announcement, LATAM Airlines Group’s Vice President – Customers, Paulo Miranda, said,
“We are a multicultural company, and in this sense, we want to bring our customers closer to the flavors of our continent with a new menu that highlights local products and high-quality cuisine.”
The new Premium Business menu follows a series of service improvements on LATAM’s short, medium and long-haul routes. This includes a greater variety of dishes with hot and cold alternatives, more local products, and an emphasis on sustainability.
The new Premium Business menu options will vary monthly and alternate depending on the departure point of each flights, and will highlight the local flavors of each country.
Selections From LATAM's New Premium Business Class Menu - Courtesy LATAM
LATAM Airlines Group S.A. is the leading airline group in Latin America, offering service in five domestic markets (Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru) as well as international service within Latin America and to Europe, Oceania, the United States and the Caribbean. The airline will also resume service between São Paulo and Johannesburg in mid-2023. The Group operates a fleet of Boeing 767, 777, and 787s, as well as Airbus A319, A320, A320neo, A321 aircraft. LATAM Cargo Chile, LATAM Cargo Colombia and LATAM Cargo Brazil are the LATAM Airlines freight subsidiaries. In addition to passenger aircraft belly hold cargo capacity, the Group operates a fleet of 15 dedicated freighters, which will be expanded to 20 by 2024.
Source: LATAM Airlines Group