TAM Airlines has become the first operator in the Americas to take delivery of the A350 XWB.
The carrier will commence the wide-body airplane commercially between Sao Paulo and Manaus in Brazil in January 2016.
Its A350 features a premium two-class layout with 348 seats, comprising of 30 seats in business class and 318 in economy.
Seats in economy are 18-inches wide.
LATAM Airlines Group, made up of LAN Airlines and TAM Airlines, has ordered a total of 27 A350 XWB to add to its fleet.
Claudia Sender, TAM Airlines CEO, said: “The A350 XWB brings us the best of both worlds, complementing our existing eco-efficient fleet and the best in aviation technology to ensure even greater levels of comfort for our passengers.”
The aircraft features carbon fibre fuselage and wings, and new fuel-efficient Rolls-Royce Trent XWB engines that together reduce fuel burn and emissions by 25 per cent and lower maintenance costs.