United Airlines announced the resumption of 30 international routes in November, including Rio de Janeiro-Houston and Santiago-Houston, three times a week. The flight from Rio de Janeiro starts on 11/02, with a 767-300. “It will be our third direct flight to Brazil, which shows our investment and commitment to the country and the resumption,” said Jacqueline Conrado, director of the company in the Brazilian market. In Latin America and the Caribbean alone, 26 new routes are resumed in November, such as Antigua, Aruba, Curaçao, Grand Cayman, Managua, Nassau, St. Lucia, and Roatan. In Mexico, which today accounts for 75% of foreign tourists in the United States, there will be an expansion of frequencies to Cancun, Cozumel, Cabo San Lucas, and Puerto Vallarta, and the return to Acapulco and Zihuatanejo. With the resumption of these and other flights, United will reach 44% of the network in November 2019, four points more than in October. The domestic network will reach 49% of the pre-pandemic, and the international network will reach 38%.