Delta increasing service from Atlanta to Chile and Argentina with daily flights

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Nonstop flights from Delta’s hub in Atlanta to Buenos Aires, Argentina, and to Santiago, Chile, now operate daily.

Delta Air Lines is making it easier to connect between North and South America by increasing services to two important cities. The airline has increased nonstop flights from its Atlanta hub to Ezeiza International Airport in Buenos Aires, Argentina, from five-times-weekly to daily service as of Oct. 26. Additionally, Delta’s three-times-weekly service from Atlanta to Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport in Santiago, Chile, as of Oct. 29 operates daily. With this new schedule, Delta is offering more than 2,300 seats weekly between Atlanta and Santiago and more than 1,600 between Atlanta and Buenos Aires.

“The increase to daily flights from Atlanta to Argentina and Chile makes it easier for friends and family to reunite for the upcoming holiday festivities and for leisure and business travelers to discover all that these two important cities in South America have to offer,” said Rodrigo Bértola, Delta Director of Sales for South America. “And thanks to our partnership with LATAM Airlines, our customers will have more access to award-winning customer service and more connection opportunities between the U.S. and South America. We look forward to introducing more South American travelers to the Delta Difference.”

Delta’s flights to and from Argentina operate with 238-seat Boeing 767-400(ER)* aircraft, featuring Delta One, Delta Premium Select, Delta Comfort+ and Main Cabin service. To Chile, the route operates with Airbus A350-900* aircraft with capacity for 339 passengers, featuring Delta One, Delta Comfort+ and Main Cabin.

Delta passengers will enjoy a journey designed to ensure their comfort on long-haul flights between the U.S. and South America, including locally-inspired cuisine, and award-winning service from Delta´s cabin crew. Premium amenities in the Delta One and Delta Premium Select cabins include noise-canceling headphones, a plush blanket made from recycled materials and amenity kits handcrafted by Someone Somewhere with travel essentials, luxurious clean beauty products from Grown Alchemist, cozy bedding, and noise-canceling headphones, all designed to make the onboard experience more comfortable and relaxing.

CONNECTING MORE OF NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICA THROUGH THE DELTA-LATAM PARTNERSHIP

Delta’s partnership with LATAM allow passengers to access more than 300 destinations between the U.S./Canada and South America (Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Paraguay, Peru, and Uruguay). The partners are working closely to connect the Americas to the world like never before after the U.S. Department of Transportation granted final approval to their Joint Venture.

The approval enables Delta and LATAM Airlines Group, LATAM Airlines Brazil, LATAM Airlines Colombia, LATAM Airlines Peru and LATAM Airlines Paraguay to begin the work of unlocking new customer benefits – including enhanced service and expanded route offerings – that will add to the codeshare routes and reciprocal loyaltybenefits already in place. More details on the benefits of the partnership will be shared in the coming months.

SCHEDULE OF SERVICE BETWEEN ATLANTA AND BUENOS AIRES*

OriginDestinationDeparture (Local time)Arrival (Local time)
ATLEZE8:50 PM9:00 AM (next day)
EZEATL9:15 PM5:45 AM (next day)

SCHEDULE OF SERVICE BETWEEN ATLANTA AND SANTIAGO DE CHILE*

 OriginDestinationDeparture (Local time)Arrival (Local time)
ATLSCL8:15 PM7:00 AM (next day)
SCLATL10:30 PM5:40 AM (next day)

*Aircraft and flight schedules subject to change.

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