LATAM Airlines Brazil has announced it will commence its non-stop service to Munich, Germany, from São Paulo on June 25th next year with tickets now on sale.
LATAM will operate four weekly flights on the route using Boeing 767 aircraft with capacity for 191 passengers in economy and 30 in premium business class.
“Munich will become our third new European destination in just 15 months and follows three historic years of international expansion in which LATAM has launched 67 routes and connected the region with five continents,” said Enrique Cueto, chief executive of LATAM Airlines Group.
“Next year, we will continue to offer our passengers exciting new destinations and travel options as part of our commitment to connecting Latin America with the world.”
The Bavarian capital will become LATAM’s second destination in Germany after Frankfurt and its ninth European city.
Located north of the Alps, Munich is a leading centre for business, art, education, sports and tourism.
Home to leading multinational companies, an internationally renowned football team and the annual Oktoberfest beer festival, it attracts both tourists and business travellers from around the world.
Starting in June, LATAM Airlines Brazil flight LA8212 will depart São Paulo/Guarulhos on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 23:25, arriving in Munich at 17:15 the next day.
The return flight (LA8213) will operate on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, departing from Munich Airport at 20:15, arriving in São Paulo at 04:35 the following day.
The flight has been scheduled to conveniently connect with cities throughout South America including 23 destinations in Brazil, Santiago (Chile), Buenos Aires (Argentina), Montevideo (Uruguay) and Asunción (Paraguay).