LATAM starts South America-South Africa flights

South American carrier LATAM Airlines launched flights from to South Africa on 3 October, from São Paulo to Johannesburg’s OR Tambo International Airport.
Operated by a Boeing 767 aircraft, the overnight service departs São Paulo on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, arriving in Johannesburg on the afternoon of the next day (local time).
The return flight also operates on Monday, Thursday and Saturday, arriving in São Paulo the morning of the following day, local time.
LATAM is the only Latin American carrier to operate flights between its region and the African continent.

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