LATAM is Relaunching Seasonal Nonstop Flights Between Orlando and Santiago, Chile

by Anthony Losanno
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LATAM Airlines is resuming a route that it last flew in 2018. Its nonstop, seasonal service will begin on June 16th and run through September 28th with 2x weekly flights.

LATAM and Delta Air Lines are closely partnering for this flight between Chile’s capitol and the family-friendly theme park hub of the United States. The two carriers plan to fly around 12,800 passengers this summer with this flight being especially appealing to Brazilian tourists looking for a one-stop connection to Walt Disney World.

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The flights will be operated on Thursdays and Sundays using a Boeing 787 and can be booked through either LATAM or Delta thanks to their joint venture.

Anthony’s Take: LATAM and Delta have already launched six new routes between the United States and South America this year. Orlando is not too far from Tampa and Santiago has long been on my list. We’ll see if I can make this flight work.

(Image Credits: Wirestock and LATAM.)

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