Agreement between Latam and Delta expands to more than 20 routes in Americas.

Latam Airlines and Delta Air Lines announced Monday the expansion of their codeshare agreements, which will give customers access to more than 20 international routes between the United States and South America, along with connections to domestic and intra-continental destinations.

LATAM resume flights between Sao Paulo and Orlando in December.

With this agreement, Latam, Latin America’s largest airline, adds to its offer eight new international routes operated by Delta between South America and the United States and 11 domestic destinations in the United States, from Atlanta.

U.S.-based Delta adds 12 international routes operated by the Latam group between South America and the United States, connecting from Miami and Orlando, New York and Los Angeles, as well as 7 interregional routes in South America and four new domestic destinations in Chile.

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Through a press release, the companies indicated that this agreement will benefit customers with more connections between both regions, with more than 40 destinations in South America, including domestic routes in Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru; routes between South America and the United States; and more than 70 domestic routes within the United States.

Additionally, they announced that in the coming months they will complement their code network with new routes to Delta destinations in the U.S. and between the U.S. and Canada.

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