Latam Airlines announces the reactivation of more international routes in October.

Follow us on social media and always stay updated

Latam Airlines reported on Tuesday that as of next October it will resume four international routes from Santiago de Chile and Sao Paulo, as well as an increase in domestic flights in Colombia, in a new step towards normality after the cessation of the activity that caused the pandemic, reported EFE.

See also: Delta and Latam Airlines receive approval in Brazil for Joint Venture agreement.

Specifically, the company will resume international routes next month from Santiago de Chile to Santa Cruz de la Sierra (Bolivia), Guayaquil (Ecuador) and Bogota; and from Sao Paulo (Brazil) to Mexico City.

Additionally, international operations will be resumed from Peru, although the destinations have not yet been detailed.

See also: New York judge finally approves Latam Airlines’ $2.45 billion financing plan.

Prior to the pandemic, Latam operated nearly 1,400 daily flights to 145 destinations in 26 countries and had a fleet of 332 aircraft, of which it has so far managed to re-connect with 99 destinations in 13 countries.

Taking into account the new announcements, in Chile the company maintains flights to 12 cities within the country and 9 destinations abroad, the already mentioned plus Montevideo, Sao Paulo/Guarulhos, Miami, Los Angeles, New York and Madrid.

In Brazil, in addition to the recovery of the route with Mexico, it will operate 44 domestic destinations, going from 233 to 274 daily flights in October.

In Peru it will operate 15 domestic destinations from Lima and in Colombia it will operate 119 weekly roundtrip frequencies, which represents a 76% growth compared to September.

Finally, Latam informed that in Ecuador it will operate 98 weekly frequencies to the interior of the country.

Related Topics