LATAM announces four new routes to improve connectivity in Latin America
The LATAM group has announced new routes starting in 2023 to and from South America.
The new routes will connect :
- Bogotá and Orlando, with daily flights from July.
- Guayaquil and Bogotá with 7 weekly frequencies from March.
- Santiago de Chile and Porto Alegre in Brazil, with 3 weekly flights from April.
- Lima and Brasilia with daily flights from April.
At the same time, a new frequency will be added on the route between Santiago de Chile and Easter Island/Rapa Nui, totalling 6 flights per week from this February.
Finally, as part of the joint venture with Delta Air Lines, the US airline has announced that it will operate the seasonal route between New York (JFK) and Rio de Janeiro/Galeao (GIG) from 16 December 2023.
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