LATAM Airlines Group SA is a Chile-based airline holding company, incorporated on December 30, 1983. The Company is involved in the transportation of passengers and cargo and operates as one unified, merged business enterprise with two separate brands: LAN and TAM. It is a passenger airline group in South America and the main air cargo operator in the region. The Company currently provides domestic and international passenger services in Chile, Peru, Ecuador, Argentina, Colombia and Brazil. It carries out its cargo operations through the use of belly space on its passenger flights and dedicated cargo operations using freighter aircraft through its cargo airlines in Chile, Brazil, Colombia and Mexico. As of January 31, 2014, the Company serviced 16 destinations in Chile, 14 destinations in Peru, 6 destinations in Ecuador, 14 destinations in Argentina, 20 destinations in Colombia, 40 destinations in Brazil, 11 destinations in other Latin American countries and the Caribbean, 5 destinations in the United States, 5 destinations in Europe and 3 destinations in the South Pacific. It offers services to 78 additional destinations in North America, 34 additional destinations in Europe, 33 additional destinations in Latin America and the Caribbean (including Mexico), 4 destinations in Africa and 7 destinations in Asia. The Company is the main air transport operator in Latin America. LATAM provides domestic passenger services within Chile, Peru, Ecuador, Argentina and Colombia, through LAN, LAN Express and regional subsidiaries, including LAN Peru, LAN Ecuador, LAN Argentina and LAN Colombia, and, in Brazil, through TAM Linhas Aereas. The Company operates hangars, aircraft parking and other airport service facilities at the Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport and other airports throughout Chile pursuant to concessions granted by the DGAC. Its trademark includes "LAN," "LAN Chile," "LAN Peru," "LAN Argentina" and "LAN Ecuador".