On 4 January LATAM Airlines launched its third route to Orlando in the form of a connection from Santiago. The airline already serves the Floridian Airport from Sao Paulo Guarulhos and Lima. The 6,957-kilometre sector will be flown on a mixture of the carrier’s 787-8s and 787-9s facing no direct competition.
- LATAM Airlines commenced its third route to Orlando (MCO) on 4 January, a connection from Santiago (SCL). The oneworld member already serves the Florida city from Lima (Peru) and Sao Paulo Guarulhos (Brazil). The carrier’s latest route, which is 6,957 kilometres in length, will be served twice-weekly (Wednesdays and Thursdays) using a mixture of its 787-8s and 787-9s. No other airline currently links Orlando to the capital of Chile according to OAG schedules. Looking further at these schedules, it indicates that the route is currently only being offered until 1 March. With this inauguration, it means that LATAM now offers 21 weekly flights to Orlando. See how Orlando Airport’s FTWA compares to others from around the world.