Chile, Perú and Tucumán Connected

LATAM begins to operate the routes from Tucumán to Santiago de Chile and Lima.

From September, it will be able to travel directly to the Peruvian capital, and from October to the Chilean capital.

The two new routes will have three weekly frequencies each. The services that unite Tucumán with Lima will leave from here on Friday, Saturday and Monday at 6.05 and will have 3.20 hours of duration (estimated arrival at 7.25, Peruvian time). While the returns will be Thursday, Friday and Sunday at 23.50 (Lima time) with a duration of 3.10 hours (arrival estimated at 5). The value of the round trip ticket is US $ 440, about $ 6,800 at today’s rate.

Flights to Santiago de Chile, meanwhile, depart from Tucumán on Friday, Saturday and Monday at 12.30, and will have two hours. The returns will be Friday, Saturday and Monday at 9.30, arriving in Tucumán province at 11.30. The service, back and forth, has a value of US $ 273, about 4,230 in exchange for today.

After the official presentation yesterday, the Ente Tucumán Tourism, Sebastián Giobellina, stressed the importance of working in all the markets of long range and the exit to continents from these new routes, due to the characteristics of these two connection nodes of Latam and the many combinations that each one has.

“There are more than 20 airlines operating in the capital of Chile, with 37 international destinations, and 32 lines working in Lima and connecting it with 46 international destinations. The tourism and related services sector will have the possibility to attend a Movement that will generate these six weekly flights, “he said.

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