Chile flights from $1,049 return on LATAM

Stephanie Yip 18 December 2017 NEWS

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Final boarding call for Santiago de Chile.

LATAM has released a final sale on flights to Santiago de Chile taking off in April, May and June, with prices from $1,049 return.

Departures are from four major Australian cities: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth with Melbourne coming up the cheapest.

Flights from Sydney start at $1,199, from Brisbane at $1,209 and from Perth at $2,259 return.

For those out of Perth, it goes without saying that if you're willing to sacrifice some flight time you could potentially hop on a budget Melbourne flight to save.

Flights are non-stop from Sydney and Melbourne, though Brisbane and Perth flights include a stopover.

Compared to LATAM's previous South America sale, the starting fare from Melbourne comes up like-for-like, however other cities are priced much higher than before. If you're willing to chance a last minute sale, it might be worth holding out but if you're in Melbourne this might be as good as it gets.

This sale ends midnight 18 December, unless sold out prior and stays must be of 7 nights or more.

Bookings can be made via LATAM.

Chile flights on sale:

From
To
Travel dates
Return fare
Book
Melbourne
Santiago de Chile
1 April - 30 June 2018
$1,049
Book your flight to Santiago de Chile
Sydney
Santiago de Chile
1 April - 30 June 2018
$1,199
Book your flight to Santiago de Chile
Brisbane
Santiago de Chile
1 April - 30 June 2018
$1,209
Book your flight to Santiago de Chile
PerthSantiago de Chile1 April - 30 June 2018
$2,259
Book your flight to Santiago de Chile

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