LATAM Rebuilds Its Brazilian Network

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November 13. LATAM Airlines has been regaining its Brazilian network, and the carrier is currently operating 90% of the domestic offer (measured by the number of seats) available a couple of years ago. Moreover, the company is trying to bounce back and recover some of the market share it lost due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

According to a statement issued by LATAM, it is currently operating 541 domestic flights throughout Brazil. LATAM Brazil’s most important route remains Sao Paulo-Rio de Janeiro, although it is precisely half of what it was a couple of years ago, per Cirium’s database.

LATAM Brazil is also resuming its international connectivity. Due to the many travel restrictions imposed by other countries on travelers coming from Brazil, the country has had an 86% decrease in the number of international passengers in 2021, according to data provided by the Brazilian civil aviation authorities.

Nonetheless, the country is now coming back. LATAM is operating 32% of the international capacity it had in November 2019. The carrier has opened its flights again to16 destinations.

Source: Simple Flying

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