The LATAM Airlines Group plans to launch new international flights in 2015, including a new flight to Toronto from São Paulo, with a layover in New York, part of an initiative to strengthen the connectivity offered by the group in Latin America, North America and Europe.
The group expects to launch the new Toronto flight by mid-2015 served by carrier TAM. In addition, TAM’s São Paulo-Miami route is expected to receive additional frequencies in the second half of 2015. Meanwhile, its Brasília-Miami route should reach seven weekly frequencies by the third quarter of 2015.
TAM also plans to create direct flights between São Paulo and Cancun, Mexico before the end of this year and between São Paulo and Barcelona, Spain by the high season in mid-2015. The routes between Brazil and the United States are also expected to be strengthened with the creation of a Brasília-Orlando flight planned for the third quarter of next year, as well as more frequencies on its Brasília-Miami and São Paulo-Miami service.
Meanwhile, LAN plans to increase weekly frequencies from 10 to 14 on its Santiago-Miami service, which will be implemented over the course of next year, and will also establish daily flights from Santiago to Milan. The airline also expects to expand its use of its Boeing B787 fleet.