Getting to Chile
International flights are not included in the prices shown for our Chile holidays. One of the reasons for this is because many of our clients prefer to choose their own flight routes to include a stopover on the way, or to extend their holiday with a voyage to Antarctica, or a visit to the Falkland Islands or Argentina.
Your passport should be valid for a minimum period of 6 months from the date of entry into Chile and have at least one completely blank page.
The most commonly-used airlines between Chile and the UK are British Airways (direct), Iberia (via Madrid) and the newly merged LATAM Airlines (via Madrid or Sao Paulo). Other airlines and indirect routings are also available. Our specialist team are on hand to advise you of your flight options and put together the best itinerary and airfares to suit your requirements.
The flights operate on board the most technologically advanced aircraft in the fleet, the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner. This aircraft can accommodate 216 passengers across four cabin classes.
The leg between the UK and Madrid is operated by a wide range of aircraft and codeshares, with the longer leg between Madrid and Santiago generally taking place on one of the airline’s Airbus A340 variations.
The shorter legs are operated by a host of different aircraft and codeshares, with the longer legs usually taking place aboard one of the Boeing 777 or 787 variations.
Why not treat yourself and upgrade your journey experience by travelling in premium economy, business, or first class, where available? Offering greater personal space and comfort, you can enjoy a more relaxing start to your holiday and arrive at your destination feeling fully refreshed.
To ensure that your holiday begins in the smoothest possible fashion, we have teamed up with award winning service providers Holiday Extras so that you can pre-book anything from airport parking and hotels, to lounge access and transfers.