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Southward bound

LATAM flights relaunch from Australia to South America, reconnecting loved ones and showcasing the wonders of this incredible country.


Photography by LATAM

24 February 2022

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After almost two years of pausing its passenger services from Australia and New Zealand, LATAM has announced it will resume its flights between Sydney, Auckland and Santiago beginning 29 March.

LATAM flights will operate a Boeing 787-9 aircraft three times weekly and is looking to increase the schedule to five flights weekly from 1 July 2022.

“We’re extremely excited to recommence our flights between Australia/New Zealand to South America (Chile) on 29 March,” said Chris Ellis, Country Manager – Oceania, LATAM Airlines.

“We are ready to give our passengers a warm welcome back on board, reconnect them with their loved ones and showcase all the beauty and wonder that South America has to offer.

“LATAM operates the largest network in Latin America and we know that many of our passengers have been patiently waiting for flights to resume so they can tick off their bucket-list destinations such as the Atacama Desert, Iguazu Falls, Machu Picchu, Patagonia and many more.”

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“We are ready to give our passengers a warm welcome back on board, reconnect them with their loved ones and showcase all the beauty and wonder that South America has to offer.”

Passengers must meet specific entry requirements for entering South America. Information available here.

All information on travel requirements, itineraries and ticket purchases can be found online.

 

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