LATAM Airlines Brasil (JJ, São Paulo Congonhas) has confirmed to the Brazilian airline industry news portal Aeroflap that it concluded B767-300ER operations on November 15, 2023.

The first of two aircraft to be retired, Flightradar24 ADS-B data shows PT-MSO (msn 41747) operated its last scheduled flight from Manaus International to São Paulo Guarulhos on October 30, followed by PT-MOD (msn 40799) on November 15, also last serving the same route. Both aircraft have since been ferried to LATAM's maintenance facility at São Carlos Francisco Pereira Lopez airport. Both will undergo cargo conversion.

LATAM Airlines Perú continues to operate nine B767-300(ER) aircraft out of Lima International to Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson, Los Angeles International, Madrid Barajas, Miami International, and New York JFK, ch-aviation fleets and ch-aviation schedules data shows. Across its three cargo air operator certificates in Brazil, Chile, and Colombia, LATAM Airlines Group already operates twenty B767 freighters, eleven converted B767-300ER(BCF)s, and nine production B767-300F freighters.

In its report for the first quarter of 2023, the group disclosed that it has sold two of the nine production freighters (pending delivery) and expected to sell a third. Once the two remaining aircraft, now retired in Brazil, have been converted, it will then have a cargo fleet of thirteen Boeing Converted Freighters and six production freighters in 2024.

LATAM Airlines Brasil's widebody fleet now consists of ten B777-300(ER)s and one B787-9. It uses several additional B787-9s as it also operates several LATAM Airlines Chilean-registered B787-9 aircraft on an interchange basis.