LATAM plans to reach 80% operation by July
The group plans to operate approximately 1,261 daily national and international flights during July, connecting 139 destinations in 22 countries
With the resumption of 14 routes, the LATAM group projects a passenger operation of 80% for July (measured in available seat kilometers - ASK) compared to the same period in 2019 (pre-pandemic scenario). Among them, the international flights between Lima and San José de Costa Rica, Santiago and Cusco, São Paulo/Guarulhos and Rome/Fiumicino stand out, among others.
LATAM plans to operate approximately 1,261 daily national and international flights during July, connecting 139 destinations in 22 countries.
The cargo business, meanwhile, has scheduled more than 1,280 flights on cargo planes. All these projections are subject to the evolution of the pandemic in the countries where the group operates.
In June 2022, passenger traffic (measured in rental passenger kilometers - RPK) was 70.7% compared to the same period in 2019, based on an operation measured in ASK (available seat kilometers) of 73.5% compared to June 2019. This implied that the load factor decreased by 3.1 percentage points, reaching 80%.
In cargo, the load factor was 56.8%, which corresponds to an increase of 1.7 percentage points in relation to June 2019.