Brazil’s domestic airlines reduce flights amid nationwide resurgence of Covid-19

In the U.S., with the progress of vaccination, tourists return and airlines increase supply.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The second wave of Covid-19, with Brazil breaking new daily records in the pandemic, has frustrated any attempt by the airline industry to return to normality. Since February, airlines operating in the country have been revising their seat offer downward.

LATAM plans to operate this month with only 190 flights per day in Brazil - 345 were estimated for March. Subscribe to our Premium Membership Plan. Already Subscribed?