LATAM Airlines is one of the leading airlines in South America. The company operates flights to over 300 destinations in 30 countries and four continents. LATAM Airlines flies more than 13 million passengers each year, making it the largest airline in Latin America by market share and number of passengers transported.
LATAM Airlines has recently expanded its services between Brazil and Uruguay, allowing travellers to book their journey in Brazil with a layover in Uruguay.
LATAM Airlines, the largest airline in South America by market share and number of passengers transported, has increased flights between Brazil and Uruguay.
Currently, LATAM Airlines flies to five continents. The company is headquartered in Santiago de Chile, but it maintains hubs in Buenos Aires (Argentina), Sao Paulo (Brazil) and Lima (Peru). In total, the carrier has more than 650 aircraft flying over 500 daily routes to 113 destinations across the Americas and Europe; including flights from Brazil to Uruguay.
LATAM Airlines is based in Santiago, Chile and was founded in 2000. It’s the largest airline in Latin America with a fleet of over 200 aircraft and operates flights to over 140 destinations across South America, Central America, North America and Europe. LATAM has a market share of over 20% throughout all of South America which is more than any other airline on the continent!
LATAM Airlines flies to five continents. Its route network spans the Americas, Europe, Asia and Africa. The airline has a fleet of over 150 aircraft—including Airbus A330 widebody jets and Boeing 787 Dreamliners—that fly to over 100 destinations in 26 countries on five continents. LATAM also operates an extensive network of codeshare flights with partners such as Qantas Airways Ltd., Air France-KLM S.A., British Airways Plc and Finnair Oyj.
LATAM Airlines is South America’s largest airline when it comes to market share and the number of passengers transported. The company has been operating since 2012, and it flies to five continents.
LATAM Airlines increased flights between Brazil and Uruguay earlier this week, making it easier for Brazilian residents to fly internationally from their own country.
The fact that LATAM Airlines is making it easier for Brazilian residents to fly internationally from their own country is great news for those who want to visit Uruguay but don’t want to travel through another country first. Now that there are more flights available, travellers can book their journey in Brazil and have a layover in Montevideo before heading off to their final destination.