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LATAM recovers 95% of its domestic capacity in Brazil

LATAM informed that this December it will resume 95% of its domestic seat supply (ASK – Available Seat Kilometers) in the country compared to December 2019 (before the Covid-19 pandemic). In all, there are 583 domestic flights per day to 49 Brazilian airports (before the pandemic there were 44). Leader of the Brazilian market in the last three months, according to ANAC (Brazil’s Civil Aviation Agency), LATAM claims to be more efficient and, therefore, has been able to grow in Brazil. In December, it opened operations in Jericoacoara, CE, and Vitoria da Conquista, BA. For the first quarter of 2022, it has already started selling tickets to Bauru, SP, and is preparing to open sales to Juiz de Fora, MG, Cascavel, PR, Caxias do Sul, RS, Presidente Prudente, SP, and Sinop, MT. In parallel, it is already studying 10 other destinations to open in the rest of the year in the country. From Brazil to abroad, in December LATAM resumes almost half (49%) of its international seat offer compared to December 2019, with flights re-established to 19 destinations. Earlier this month, the company returned to Orlando, Milan, and London, and announced that it will resume flights to Punta del Este in January, 2022. – https://passageirodeprimeira.com/latam-recupera-95-da-sua-capacidade-domestica-no-brasil/