Latam Airlines Business Class flight from Barcelona to Buenos Aires.

After spending Christmas in Barcelona we were ready for our flight to Buenos Aires. This was our first experience in business class with Latam. Being members of Latam Pass it was a good option to earn more miles.

We arrived at El Prat a couple of hours before departure. After clearing customs we headed to the Joan Miro lounge, a nice place to chill, although a bit dated. The selection of food and drinks was ok but not spectacular.
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Our flight was scheduled to depart at 19.55hs but there was a minor delay due to some technical issues. Nothing complicated so we left only one hour late. Being a flight on Christmas day, the plane was almost empty.

Latam’s 767 for the route between Barcelona and San Pablo features a total of 22 business class seats, spread across three rows in a 2-2-2 configuration.
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Shortly after our departure the meal service started. There was a selection of beef, ravioli or rice with seafood. We tried the beef and ravioli. There was also a good selection of Argentine and Chilean wine.
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Before going to sleep, we enjoyed the entertainment on board. Latam has full flat seats and a 15″ TV with a large selection of movies, TV shows and games.

One hour before arrival we were offered breakfast.

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Upon arrival at San Pablo we had access to the Latam lounge. A very large and modern lounge offering sitting areas, showers, kids area and a decent selection of food and drinks.For the flight from San Pablo to Buenos Aires Latam also uses a 767, which is not very usual for such a short. All in all the Latam service was fantastic. Nice planes and good service.

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