Spanish carrier Air Europa is to start indirect services between London Gatwick and Sao Paulo via Madrid, as of December this year.
The carrier will run the service to South America’s biggest city five times a week and will be the seventh destination on the continent to be added to Air Europa’s portfolio.
Colin Stewart, UK general manager for Air Europa said: “The new route to Sao Paulo underlines our commitment to connecting our UK leisure and business travellers with the leading destinations in the region.”
“In June we launched flights to Montevideo, and last November we began flights to Santa Cruz in Bolivia. Our new Sao Paulo service is further confirmation of Air Europa’s status as the airline of choice to Latin America,” he added.