las vegas2LATAM Airlines Group, the leading airline group in South America, will expand nonstop seasonal service to Las Vegas by operating an additional service between São Paulo and Las Vegas beginning in December. 

The first scheduled nonstop flights to Las Vegas from Brazil will begin June 2, 2018 with service every Monday, Thursday and Saturday.  The initial seasonal service will operate through September 30, 2018.
The route will return on December 15, 2018 through February 28, 2019.
Brazil represents Las Vegas’ seventh strongest overseas market and is the greatest source of international visitation from South America, welcoming more than 150,000 travelers annually.
"No other airline connects South America with the world with such offers of itineraries and time options. On average, we launched one new flight per month to destinations in Brazil and abroad this year," says Pablo Chiozza, senior vice president LATAM Airlines NA & Asia. "Las Vegas and the fourteen other new international destinations we have announced for 2018 reflect our commitment to expand travel options for the customer.”
"We are thrilled that our newest airline partner, LATAM Airlines Brazil, is already expanding their service to Las Vegas," said Cathy Tull, chief marketing officer of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA.)  "We are a destination like no other and this nonstop service makes it easier for South American visitors to come and experience the shopping, dining, entertainment, outdoor recreation and all of the excitement only found in Las Vegas."
“It's wonderful to learn that LATAM Airlines Brazil intends to return to Las Vegas for a second seasonal run,” said Clark County Aviation Director Rosemary Vassiliadis, who oversees operations at the eighth-busiest airport in the United States. “For years we’ve known that Brazil includes a strong base of potential air travelers who would enjoy all that Las Vegas has to offer, and we’re very excited to soon welcome the first of those visitors to McCarran International Airport.”
Las Vegas currently welcomes more than 200 weekly nonstop flights from 21 foreign cities in 11 countries.