LATAM to resume flights between Lima and Rosario, Argentina

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LATAM Airlines announced Friday that it will resume non-stop flights between Lima (Peru) and Rosario (Argentina) as of December 1.

The route will initially operate three weekly frequencies (Wednesday, Friday and Sunday) with Airbus A319/A320 aircraft, with capacity for 138 passengers and 174 passengers, respectively.

Flights will take off from Lima at 00:05, arriving in Rosario at 06:10 (local time). From the southeast of the province of Santa Fe they will depart at 07:35, landing in the Peruvian capital at 10:00 (local time).

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“We are very pleased to be able to reopen this route, which allows us to provide a better service proposal for our passengers and at the same time benefit regional economies and promote our country abroad. I am proud to be part of this new milestone together with everyone at LATAM Airlines in Argentina,” said Florencia Scardaccione, Commercial Manager.

These flights will allow the people of Rosario, through LATAM’s hub in Lima, to access more than 25 international destinations that the airline has in Colombia, Mexico, Ecuador, United States, Venezuela, Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, Aruba and more than 17 domestic destinations within Peru.

Tickets will be available for purchase beginning June 18.