LATAM Airlines Group, Latin America’s largest airline company, will restore a number of routes between Brazil and Europe between October and December, citing growing COVID-19 vaccination rates in Europe and loosening travel restrictions.
The carrier will also add frequencies to some routes it has already restarted. For example, recently re-established flights to São Paulo Guarulhos (GRU) from Madrid (MAD) and Paris (CDG) “will expand in frequency,” LATAM said in a statement.
GRU-Barcelona (BCN) flights will re-launch in November with 3X-weekly service. That same month LATAM will increase frequencies between GRU and Lisbon (LIS) to 6X-daily service, while GRU-Frankfurt (FRA) flights will increase to 4X-daily.
In December, the route between GRU and Milan (MXP) will resume…