LATAM remains attentive to the reduction of international restrictions for travelers to Brazil and for this reason, from December this year there will be 4 weekly flights on the So Paulo / Guarulhos-London route, as a result of the recent opening to the United Kingdom . Entry of Brazilian travelers. The route was suspended in January following a ban on flights to Brazil. The company expects to add two more weekly frequencies by January 2022.
“Before the pandemic, LATAM flew 7 weekly frequencies to London with over 85% of businesses. 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 with a total of 26 operated in 2019. It will be built by Boeing 777 aircraft, which carry 30 passengers in premium business class and another 191. In economy, and airlines tickets are available at latam.com and other sales channels.
Check out other LATAM international destinations already open to Brazilians who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19:
• Spain: The So Paulo/Guarulhos-Barcelona route will resume in November with 4 direct flights per week. Whereas the So Paulo/Guarulhos-Madrid route has a frequency of 4 direct flights per week.
• France: LATAM already operates 4 direct flights per week on the So Paulo/Guarulhos-Paris route
• Germany: LATAM already operates 3 direct flights per week on the So Paulo/Guarulhos-Frankfurt route.
• Uruguay: LATAM already operates 4 direct flights per week on the So Paulo/Guarulhos-Montevideo route.
• Mexico: LATAM already operates 1 direct daily flight on the So Paulo/Guarulhos-Mexico City route. In addition, it operates 2 direct flights per week on the So Paulo/Guarulhos-Cancun route.
LATAM advises travelers to consult regulations for countries in which Brazilians are open to vaccination, in Travel Requirements. Another important source of information for travelers is IATA Information Center (International Air Transport Association).
The company continues to strengthen safety and hygiene measures throughout its operations and follows the protocols of the World Health Organization (WHO) and the health authorities of the countries where it operates. Wearing of mask is mandatory during travel on all flights (Check Allowed Masks Here)