LATAM will resume flights between São Paulo and Boston starting in October

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LATAM Airlines will resume its direct São Paulo/Guarulhos-Boston flights as of October 30, 2022. With this, the airline will have resumed its four destinations between Brazil and the United States.

It should be remembered that the flight to Boston has been suspended since January 2021.

The route will start with three weekly flights, operated on Boeing 787-9 aircraft that can carry up to 300 passengers (30 in Premium Business, 57 in Economy+ and 213 in Economy).

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“In July we completed the resumption of our eight destinations in Europe and now we are very close to completing the resumption of our four destinations in the United States. As we have predicted since the beginning of the pandemic, the resumption of the international market would take place at a different rate than the domestic market. More importantly, it is being carried out in a sustainable way, as more people resume their longer travel plans abroad”, explained Aline Mafra, Director of Sales and Marketing of LATAM Brazil.

In total, LATAM has already flown again from Brazil to 20 international destinations (there were 26 before the Covid-19 pandemic). The destinations already reactivated are: Asunción, Barcelona, ​​Bogotá, Buenos Aires/Aeroparque, Buenos Aires/Ezeiza, Mexico City, Frankfurt, Lima, Lisbon, London, Madrid, Mendoza, Miami, Milan, Montevideo, New York, Orlando , Paris, Santiago and Rome. In addition, outside the Rio-São Paulo axis, customers have options from Fortaleza (with flights to Miami) or Porto Alegre (with flights to Lima), both also resumed in July.