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LATAM Increases MIA, LAX Summer Frequencies

DALLAS — LATAM Airlines Group strengthens the connection between Chile and the United States during the peak summer season, increasing the frequencies of its current routes to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and Miami International Airport (MIA).

Additionally, the airline group will "extend the duration of the Santiago-Orlando seasonal route during the months of December 2024 to March 2025."

These frequency increases are part of the Joint Venture between LATAM (LA) and Delta Air Lines (DL). The group boasts that over a year, the partnership has allowed both airlines "to increase their capacity by 75% and facilitate access to more than 300 destinations in South America and North America."

Starting October 27, weekly flights from Santiago de Chile to LAX will increase infrequency from 6 to 7; while departures from MIA to Santiago International Airport (SCL) will increase from 12 to 13 in November, reaching 14 flights in December.

Finally, the group announced that DL would launch a second flight for its Santiago-Atlanta route, available during peak season from December 13, 2024, to January 13, 2025.

"We are very happy to announce this increase in flights to key cities in the United States during the summer season. The addition of new weekly flights reinforces the purpose of our agreement with Delta, which allows us to provide a better connection between countries in South and North America,  enabling thousands of passengers to reach some of the most significant vacation destinations in the United States," says Kamal Hadad, Network Director of the LATAM group.  

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