LATAM carried greater than 2 million passengers on over 540 flights per day to 50 nationwide locations in Brazil in June, recording an occupancy proportion of 73.7%. (there have been 44 locations earlier than the Covid-19 pandemic). 19).
Aline Mafra, Director of Gross sales and Advertising and marketing at LATAM Brazil, asserts that the airline’s dominance in Brazil is a direct results of the corporate’s sustainable development initiatives, significantly within the resumed and reopened routes and new locations in Brazil.
“Due to our operational effectivity, it was potential to consolidate an air community able to lowering distances between the principle Brazilian cities and capitals, along with opening the doorways to entry to worldwide locations, primarily by means of quick connections from São Paulo (Guarulhos)” mentioned the director.
Largest variety of locations in Brazil in its historical past
The vast majority of LATAM’s 2022 vacation spot openings occurred in July, together with Montes Claros (MG), Cascavel (PR), Caxias do Sul (RS), and Juiz de Fora (MG). As a result of growth, LATAM now has extra locations in Brazil than ever earlier than.
Compared to the 44 locations it had in 2019, earlier than the Covid-19 epidemic, there at the moment are 54. The airline has expanded the variety of flights and restarted service on essential routes corresponding to Fortaleza-Vitória, Curitiba-Porto Alegre, and Rio Branco-Brasil.
LATAM deliberate about 3,000 extra home and worldwide flights in July 2022, which is excessive season for the trade, as a way to guarantee service for about 3 million passengers—a rise of 60% over the identical month in 2021.
With almost 20,000 takeoffs and landings to/from Brazil general, the agency ends the month up 61 p.c from the identical time in 2021.
The very best variety of vacationers was concentrated on the airports in Brasilia, So Paulo (Guarulhos and Congonhas), Rio de Janeiro (Galeo and Santos Dumont), and Fortaleza, Curitiba, and Porto Alegre, which mixed accounted for 66 p.c of this development.