November 1. The Latin American and the Caribbean long-haul aviation market has been slowly picking up, currently scheduling 7,381 commercial flights to Europe and Asia, according to Cirium’s database. The region has lost connectivity from 15 carriers in the last couple of years while gaining eight new operators.
The leading operator in the transoceanic markets is Iberia. The Spanish flag carrier has 912 flights scheduled between Europe and Latin America. Iberia has quickly restored an important percentage of its connectivity to the region.
According to Cirium, of the top 10 operators on transoceanic routes from Latin America, seven are European. These carriers are Iberia (912 scheduled flights in November 2021), Air France (856), KLM (732), British Airways (458), TAP Portugal (441), Air Europa (441), Air Caraïbes (288), LATAM (278), Aeromexico (256), and Lufthansa (240).
So we see Air Caraïbes (French, although based in the Caribbean), LATAM, and Aeromexico as the largest non-European carriers operating transoceanic flights.
Source: Simple Flying