LATAM Airlines Brazil has resumed its twice-daily flight between Sao Paulo and Miami. This makes it easy for travelers to connect between the two cities, making travel more convenient.
LATAM Airlines Brasil has resumed a twice-daily connection between São Paulo/Guarulhos International Airport (GRU) and Miami International Airport (MIA) – a connection that had been lost during the COVID-19 pandemic.
An increase to double daily
LATAM is increasing its operations on the route this December by connecting São Paulo and Miami twice daily, which will result in a 46% increase in capacity. The airline is maintaining a healthy 85% load factor on the route, which demonstrates its commitment to providing quality service to its customers.
São Paulo to Miami
The LA8194 flight from São Paulo/Guarulhos International Airport (GRU) is scheduled to depart at 10:15 and arrive at Miami International Airport (MIA) at 16:35.
LA8190, departing from São Paulo/Guarulhos International Airport (GRU) at 23:05 on Thursday, arriving at Miami International Airport (MIA) at 05:25 on Friday the next day.
Miami to São Paulo
The LA8195 flight is departing from Miami International Airport at 09:45 and arriving at São Paulo/Guarulhos International Airport at 20:05. This flight is going to be quick and easy, so make sure to board early to avoid delays.
La8191 is departing from MIA at 19:15 and arriving at GRU the next day at 05:35.
Two Boeing 777s daily
LATAM Airlines is planning to connect the two cities by flying on a Boeing 777-300, with 38 business class seats, 50 economy class seats, and 322 economy class seats.
Resuming service is a great way to show how comprehensive and extensive our reach is. We’re also continuing to serve Miami, New York JFK, Boston Logan, and Orlando, which is great news for travelers.
LATAM Airlines has announced a new route connecting São Paulo, Brazil, and Los Angeles, California.
On July 23rd, a new connection between São Paulo/Guarulhos International Airport (GRU) and Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) will begin operation. This will make GRU the sixth destination in the US from Brazil.
LATAM Airlines and Delta Air Lines have formed a joint venture in order to create a route connecting Brazil to the West Coast of the United States. This will provide convenient connections for Delta flights regionally and across the Pacific.
The airline plans to use its Boeing 777-300 on the route, flying northbound on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays and heading south on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.
A two-hour strike is planned for Monday.
The National Union of Aeronauts (SNA) plans to strike for two hours on Monday from 06:00 to 08:00 Brasília time (BST), in order to increase wages and offset inflation.
Industry representatives are asking for better working conditions, including more leave time and less time between flights, as well as better management of leave time. The strike is planned to affect airports in Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Campinas, Porto Alegre, Brasilia, Belo Horizonte, and Fortaleza.