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Chile flights from $1,029 return

Posted: 15 March 2018 12:50 pm

Fly from three Australian cities to Santiago for under $1,100 return.

You can now fly further for less in LATAM's latest sale. It's specifically on trips to Santiago, Chile and boasts a starting fare of just $1,029 return.

Lead fares take off from Melbourne to Santiago non-stop at $1,029.

There are also discounted fares from Sydney for $1,049, Brisbane for $1,059 and Perth for $1,339.

These flights do involve a stop-over and are for travel between May and August, although excludes July flights.

Even though these flights are around the corner, there really is no bad time to visit Chile so take your pick of activities and festivals and choose the best month for your visit.

To book and check out all the details head to the LATAM'website. The sale ends 26 March so get in quick if you're planning a South American jaunt this year.

How good are these fares?

Compared to the latest sale with LATAM, these fares are actually at least $20 cheaper and if you're flying from Perth, you're going to save a whopping $920!

Flights to Chile on sale:

Travel dates
Return fare
Santiago de Chile
May, June, August
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Santiago de ChileMay, June, August
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Santiago de ChileMay, June, August
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Santiago de ChileMay, June, August
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