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In a conference, LATAM Brasil announced this November that it will almost reach 80% of the international market compared to 2019.

International rebound

Brazil’s aviation was found to be the slowest compared to the market rebound. LATAM Brasil is set to return to 80% capacity on its international routes during November. In the month of November, the airline had more than 1,800 flights on 26 routes that directly connected Brasil to other countries.

Aline Mafra, director of sales and marketing, said that LATAM Brasil remains the Brazilian airline with the largest international network.

We continue to have the responsibility of connecting Brazil to the world as we approach the end of the year with a high rate of recovery on our global routes. For the year 2023, the company has already announced the return of global destinations such as Johannesburg. The company is currently planning additional additions, including the launch of flights from Brasilia to Lima, to be announced in due course.

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LATAM Brasil has added more than 3,000 flights to its schedule, taking into account Brazil’s peak summer travel time from 1 December to 31 January 2023. The airline currently estimates that it will fly more than 7 million passengers during this period, which is 60% more than last year’s peak time.

If we talk about the domestic network, then LATAM Brasil has more than 37,500 flights scheduled. All of these flights focus on major cities such as Rio de Janeiro, Brasilia, and Belo Horizonte. Internationally, LATAM Brasil has more than 3,500 flights listed throughout peak travel times.

The Brazilian arm of LATAM Airlines Group announced its first latest domestic route to launch in 2023, it announced last week. Starting in the next quarter of year 2023, the airline plans to unite São Paulo with Paso Fundo. It also came soon after LATAM Group announced it was exiting Chapter 11 liquidation.

Jerome Cadier, CEO of LATAM Brasil, explained that they are expanding in Brasil and that LATAM Brasil leads the domestic market, and has flown to the most destinations in history for the past year and a half. We are stronger and more effective now than we were in the last few years. And we know that we have the capacity to fly to at least 70 airports in Brazil with our current fleet. For this reason, our commitment and main objective in 2023 is to expand this connectivity so that more Brazilians can have access to better flight services.

At the end of last month itself, LATAM Brasil doubled its flights to Brazil and Chile. Also in addition to the increase in these flights were announced two new routes from Florianópolis and Curitiba, the aircraft used on both these new routes is the Airbus A320.