SKY Airline Wants to Offer Nonstop Flights Between Chile and the United States

by Anthony Losanno
SKY Airline

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SKY Airline is a Chilean low-cost carrier based at Santiago’s Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport (SCL). It currently serves international routes to neighboring countries like Argentina, Brazil, Peru, and Uruguay, but has its eye on starting nonstop flights to the United States.

A nonstop flight from Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport (SCL) to Miami International Airport (MIA) using an Airbus A321XLR is the speculation above. This is all contingent on approval from the US Department of Transportation (DOT).

Anthony’s Take: New players and new flights bring savings in terms of the airline entering a market and legacy carriers defending hubs and routes. We’ll see if the DOT greenlights this flight and if it has any impact on American Airlines or LATAM as both fly the route currently.

(Featured Image Credit: SKY Airline.)

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