Three-year senior facility is secured against spare parts, engines and aircraft.
Latam Airlines Group (Latam) has closed a $275 million, three-year senior secured revolving credit facility.
The revolver is secured against nine A320-family aircraft, 20 aircraft engines and over 500,000 spare parts.
Airfinance Journal understands that the facility is expected to increase by a further $75 million in April this year.
Citi is acting as mandated lead arranger, sole bookrunner and structuring agent.
Banco Estado and Bank of America Merrill Lynch acted as lead arrangers.
JP Morgan, Deutsche Bank, BNP Paribas and Morgan Stanley acted as arrangers.
Deutsche Bank is Brazilian collateral agent and Wilmington Trust is collateral agent.
Milbank represented Citi and the lenders as US counsel, while Norton Rose Fulbright represented the issuer as US counsel.
Pinheiro Neto Advogados acted as Brazilian counsel for all parties, while PPU Legal acted as Chilean counsel.