LATAM expects to operate 65% of its domestic capacity in Brazil in March

After a gradual recovery until late last year, airlines again experienced hardship this year with the surge in covid-19 cases.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - LATAM yesterday reported that it plans to operate up to 345 domestic flights per day in Brazil in March 2021, in addition to 11 international routes. According to the company, it projects operating up to 39% of its total capacity (65% domestic and 16% international) compared to what it operated in March 2019, before the Covid-19 pandemic.

After a gradual upturn that lasted until the end of last year, airlines ran into trouble again this year as cases of Covid-19 surged in the country, prompting measures significantly restricting mobility in São Paulo, an . . .

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