LATAM Airlines begins flights between Santiago de Chile and Orlando, Fl.

LATAM Airlines resumed its seasonal services between Santiago de Chile and Orlando, Florida, after six years of absence. This is the fourth U.S. route operated by the airline after Miami, New York JFK and Los Angeles, also its partner Delta Air Lines offers a service from Atlanta and the Chilean capital.
Flight LA636 was operated by a Boeing 787 registered by CC-BBA, which took off from Arturo Merino Benitez International Airport at 11:35 local time on June 16 and on the same day landed at Orlando International Airport at 20:11, after eight hours and 36 minutes.
The inaugural flight ceremony was attended by Nuevo Pudahuel’s General Manager, Nicolas Claude; the Director of Corporate Affairs and Sustainability, Juan José Tohá; and the U.S. Ambassador to Chile, Bernadette Meehan.
The resumption of this flight will connect thousands of passengers from all over South America to one of the most important vacation destinations in the world and in key seasons for both hemispheres: for North America between June and September and for South America between the months of December and March. Thanks to this direct route, our passengers will be able to save between 3 to 4 hours of travel time compared to a flight with a stopover in Sao Paulo or Bogota,” said Juan José Tohá, Director of Corporate Affairs, LATAM Airlines Group.

Flight Schedule

  • Santiago de Chile – Orlando Flight LA636 SCL 11:00 – MCO 20:15 Thursdays and Sundays.
  • Orlando – Santiago de Chile Flight LA635 MCO 22:25 – SCL 07:00+1 Thursdays and Sundays.
The flights are operated by Boeing 787-8 aircraft with 247 seats in two classes: 30 Business Class and 217 Economy. The group expects to mobilize around 26,000 passengers during its period of operation. In addition, the route allows the incorporation of travel options for travelers from Brazil during the high season.
Since the start of the Joint Venture with Delta Air Lines, six routes have been announced between the United States and South America, including Bogota-Orlando, Medellin-Miami, Atlanta-Cartagena, Los Angeles-San Pablo and Lima-Atlanta.
Santiago de Chile is Orlando International Airport’s tenth nonstop connection to South America, as well as service to Bogota (operated by Avianca, LATAM Colombia and Spirit Airlines), Medellin (operated by Avianca and Spirit Airlines), Sao Paulo-Guarulhos (operated by LATAM Brazil), Quito (operated by Avianca Ecuador), Brasilia and Fortaleza (operated by GOL Transportes Aéreos), Belo Horizonte, Campinas and Recife (operated by Azul Linhas Aéreas Brasileiras).

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