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LATAM is one of the airlines in Brazil that is recovering pretty fast from the losses that it incurred during the pandemic. Recently, the airline company is coming up with many more new routes that were not there even before the Covid happened. 


The New Route

LATAM Airlines Brazil has started its new route connecting the two airports in Brazil and these are Sao Paulo Guarulhos International Airport in Guarulhos and the Presidente Prudente Airport. Presidente Prudente is the latest addition to the routes of LATAM and the airline company has invested a lot of effort and resources to make this happen. 


The route between these two destinations was covered by Airbus A320 carrying 176 passengers. The flight was for 1 hour and 20 minutes and will be running regularly now. 


Destinations Covered by LATAM Brazil

As mentioned earlier, LATAM is providing its inputs in adding up more destinations now in and around Brazil. Earlier, the airline used to serve 44 domestic destinations in Brazil and 26 international destinations. Of course, the numbers were hampered during the covid scenario. But as things got into control, the airline started reviving soon and resumed most of its routes quite efficiently. 


Now after resuming all the existing routes, the airline is also exerting efforts in coming up with new routes. As a result, now the airline company serves 54 domestic destinations in Brazil. Currently, it is serving 20 international routes but soon should be covering up all of its routes soon. 


LATAM Brazil 2022

LATAM has proven to be one of the best airline companies as it stood in the top rank in Brazil. While other Brazilian airlines are also pushing hard to make their way after the covid recovery, LATAM Brazil has come up with great results in a short period of time. 


If records of this year have to be taken, LATAQM Brazil has managed to carry as many as 13.70 million passengers, which is much higher than other airlines in the country such as Azul Airlines


According to the reports launched by LATAM airlines itself, it operates more than 4500 flights on a weekly basis within different destinations in Brazil. Some of the top destinations that LATAM serves in Brazil are Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Brasilia, Porto Alegre, and many others. 


Noticing the enthusiasm of the airline, it can be easily estimated that the airline may soon be launching many more destinations to make travel journeys much smoother for the passengers in Brazil.