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LATAM will resume direct flights between Santiago de Chile and Sydney in October

The 11,300 km route had been suspended in March 2020, at the beginning of the Covid pandemic. The carrier currently only maintains flights with a stopover in Auckland

LATAM Airlines will resume direct flights between Santiago de Chile and Sydney, Australia. The route will have four weekly flights from October 27th.

With a distance of 11,300, the journey takes less than 15 hours, or 4 hours less than the flight between the two cities with a stop in Auckland, New Zealand, which is currently carried out.

The direct flight between Sydney and Santiago began in 2019, but was suspended in March 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Flights from the Chilean capital to Sydney will take off every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday at 01:40 (local time), arriving at the destination at 06:30 (local time).

Departures from Sydney take place on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays at 12:10 (local time), arriving in Santiago at 11:00 (local time).

“We are happy to resume our direct flights from Santiago to Sydney. This is a significant milestone for the LATAM group, as we once again bring Australia closer to the people of South America with more direct connection options,” said María Paz Villasante, Manager of Commercial Strategy of the LATAM Airlines group.

In addition to the two flights, LATAM also operates the Santiago-Melbourne route, which resumed in September 2023 and has three weekly frequencies.


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