Singapore Airlines announced that it will begin service to Sao Paulo, Brazil on March 28.
Sao Paulo will be the airline’s first destination in South America.
Spanish carrier Spanair will code-share on the flights which will run three times per week on a Singapore-Barcelona-Sao Paulo route.
The airline said it will use the Boeing 777-300ER aircraft for the new route.
The announcement extends the Singapore Airlines network to 35 countries spanning six continents.