Latin American airline group LATAM Airlines has announced an expansion of its European routes, as part of its ongoing global growth strategy. On 3 September, the airline will launch a new route from Lisbon in Portugal to São Paulo in Brazil. Then the first half of next year will see a new route launched between São Paulo and Munich, Germany. These new routes will make Lisbon and Munich, respectively, the eighth and ninth European destinations to host LATAM operations.
The São Paulo-Lisbon route will consist of five weekly flights, operated by Boeing 767.
“We continue to offer new and unrivalled travel options connecting Latin America with the rest of the world,” said Enrique Cueto, CEO of LATAM Airlines Group. “In the last two years, LATAM Airlines has launched 30 new routes, including new destinations in Europe, North America and Oceania, and has also strengthened existing routes with more frequencies and connection options.”