|Flights Arrive in||Santiago Arturo Merino Benitez|
|Flights Depart from||United States|
|Flights from Atlanta||9h 39m|
|Flights from Miami||8h 29m|
The cheapest airline ticket to Santiago from United States in the last 72 hours was $405 round-trip on the route Miami to Santiago. The most popular route is New York to Santiago and the cheapest ticket found on this route in the last 72 hours was $767 round-trip.
In general from United States, American Airlines, LATAM Airlines and Japan Airlines fly the most to Santiago. The most popular route is from New York, and American Airlines, Japan Airlines & Cathay Pacific fly this route the most.
Arturo Merino Benitez Airport is 8 miles from the center of Santiago. View on Map.
Santiago is served by Santiago Arturo Merino Benitez Airport, also commonly referred to as Arturo Merino Benitez, Comodoro Arturo Merino Benitez Intl, Santiago, Santiago Arturo Merino Benitez, or simply Santiago Airport. The airport code is SCL.
Forgot to purchase souvenirs and gifts for your family and friends while you were traveling in Chile? That’s no problem, thanks to the variety of shopping options available in Santiago International Airport. For souvenirs and gifts, head on over to Artierra, Calypso, or La Vinoteca.
Taxis, buses, shuttles, and rental cars are the main ways of getting from the airport to downtown Santiago and to neighboring towns and cities. For most travelers, taxis and shuttles are the most popular methods simply because of their time efficiency and relatively low cost. Public buses are an option as well, but the lack of luggage space makes them a less attractive means of transport for many travelers.
Santiago International Airport is the main gateway for tourists flying into Chile and, fortunately, this means that hotels in Santiago pull out all the stops. Many of the hotels and resorts offer a wide range of amenities and services, one of which is free airport pickup and drop-off. Some of the hotels offering such services include Le Reve Hotel Boutique, Orly Hotel & Suites, and Presidente Suites Santiago.
One unique and interesting option for travels with an hour or two to spare in Santiago International Airport is to check out one of the free yoga classes available here. The class schedules vary quite a bit, so you might have to rely on luck to find one available during your time in the airport.
Pros: Service and smooth flight
Cons: Champagne instead of tequila
Cons: I have nothing to complaint about Aeromexico is truly a good airline, friendly and. Has good customer service. We were very satisfied with our flight. Thank you
Pros: Crew was polite and welcoming. Seats were good
Pros: One of the flights at least had onboard movies.
Cons: Better organization, And no discrimination from the airport staff at Mexico City. Including the lack of information given (sign showing on time) when clearly there was a 3 hour delay and the gate number kept changing and none of the staff knew what was going on
Cons: Telling the truth and giving the correct information! The computer did not give us updated information! If I can help it I won’t fly Aeromexico ever again.
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