LATAM Airlines Brazil will resume its flights from this country to the destinations of Orlando, in the United States, and Buenos Aires (with landing at Jorge Newbery Airport) and Mendoza, in Argentina.
Starting in the second half of October, LATAM Brazil will begin to fly again from Brazil to Buenos Aires and Mendoza, driven by the fewer travel restrictions and reopening of countries as the vaccination process against covid-19 progresses, the airline reported.
“In the case of the United States we are already flying to Miami and New York, but it should be noted that Orlando has always been one of the favorite destinations for Brazilians for the vacation season. The day we reactivate this route in the sales channels, our reservations grew 300%said Diogo Elias, Director of Sales and Marketing of LATAM Brazil.
The airline will operate its flights Sao Paulo-Orlando from December of 2021, with three weekly operations. It will also extend the frequencies between Sao Paulo and Miami, moving to a daily flight as well as on the route to New York.
For its part, the route Sao Paulo-Mendoza will have three weekly flights, while Sao Paulo-Buenos Aires will have five operations per week, which will complement well the flights to the other Buenos Aires airport, Ezeiza, where LATAM already operates six flights a week.