LATAM remains keen to reduce international restrictions on Brazilian travelers, and for this reason, will have 4 weekly flights on the Sao Paulo/Guarulhos-London route from December this year, as a result of the recent UK opening of entry for Brazilian passengers. The route ceased operations in January, after flights to Brazil were restricted. The company expects to add two additional weekly frequencies through January 2022.
“Before the pandemic, Latam was flying 7 weekly flights to London with occupations of over 85%. We expect that, with the flexibility of tourist entry, we will reach similar rates in December,” says Diogo Elias, Director of Sales and Marketing at LATAM Brasil.
The route to London will be the 15th international destination taken by the company since the start of the pandemic out of a total of 26 operated in 2019. It will take over a Boeing 777 aircraft, which accommodates 30 passengers in premium business class and 191 other passengers. In economy class, airline tickets are available on latam.com and other sales channels.
Check below other international destinations in Latin America that are already open to Brazilians who have been fully vaccinated against Covid-19:
• SPAIN: The Sao Paulo / Guarulhos – Barcelona route will resume in November with four direct flights per week. While the Sao Paulo / Guarulhos – Madrid route has 4 direct flights per week.
• FRANCE: LATAM already operates 4 direct flights per week on the Sao Paulo / Guarulhos-Paris route
• Germany: LATAM already operates 3 direct flights per week on the Sao Paulo/Guarulhos-Frankfurt route.
• Uruguay: LATAM already operates 4 direct flights per week on the São Paulo / Guarulhos-Montevideo route.
• MEXICO: LATAM already operates one daily direct flight on the Sao Paulo/Guarulhos – Mexico City route. In addition, it operates two direct flights per week on the Sao Paulo/Guarulhos-Cancun route.
LATAM advises passengers to refer to states’ rules, including those open to vaccinated Brazilians, in Travel requirements. Another important source of information for travelers is IATA Information Center (International Air Transport Organization).
The company continues to enhance safety and hygiene measures throughout its operations and to comply with the protocols of the World Health Organization (WHO) and health authorities in the countries in which it operates. On all flights, a mask must be worn throughout the flight (Check here for allowed masks).
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