LATAM Airlines Group reported a first-quarter net loss of $60.1 million, compared to a $92.2 million profit in the year-earlier period, as weak international demand contributed to a decline in revenue. Revenue for the quarter was $2.5 billion, down 7.5% from $2.7 billion in the 2018 quarter. The Santiago-based group has revamped its full-year capacity growth plan, dropping it 1 point to 3%-5% as it reallocates seats to promising markets and cuts back on weaker ones, notably ...

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