LATAM Brasil will once again have four destinations in the US as of October 30th. The airline will resume the route between São Paulo (Guarulhos) and Boston (Massachusetts), which had been suspended in January 2021.
In addition to Boston, the company already flies to Miami, New York and Orlando. The flight will be operated with Boeing 787-9s with 300 seats (30 seats in Business, 57 in “Economy+” and 213 in Economy).
Initially, there will be three weekly flights on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays departing from Guarulhos and on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays departing from Boston.
“In July, we concluded the resumption of all our eight destinations in Europe and now we are very close to completing the resumption of our four destinations in the United States. domestic market,” explained Aline Mafra, director of sales and marketing at LATAM Brazil.
The carrier will also reinforce its international air network in November with flights between Curitiba and Santiago de Chile and between Rio de Janeiro (Galeão) and Buenos Aires (Ezeiza).
LATAM also plans to increase the number of flights on the Buenos Aires-São Paulo (20 weekly flights), Rio de Janeiro-Santiago (12 weekly flights), São Paulo-Lima (18 weekly flights), São Paulo-Miami (14 weekly flights) weekly) and São Paulo-Montevideo (12 weekly flights) from December.
The company currently operates in 20 international destinations compared to 26 destinations before the Covid-19 pandemic.