Launching June 16 and operating until Sep. 28, 2024, this seasonal route will have two weekly frequencies between the Chilean capital and one of Florida’s most popular, family-friendly destinations, recognized for its theme parks and tourist attractions.
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With two flights a week on Thursdays and Sundays, Delta and the LATAM group will reactivate the direct route between Santiago, Chile, and Orlando, Florida. The route will be available from June 16 to Sept. 28, 2024, summer season in the Northern Hemisphere, providing a direct and convenient option for Chileans seeking an escape from the Southern Hemisphere winter to Central Florida’s array of all-ages theme parks and attractions.

The seasonal route - which the LATAM Group is resuming after a pause in 2018 - marks a new step in the Joint Venture between Delta and LATAM after they’ve already launched six new routes directly connecting South America with the United States.

With this new route, Delta and LATAM plan to fly approximately 12,800 customers during the summer season in the United States. Aside from customers from Chile, the route will also make it easier for travelers from Brazil to access Orlando during the peak travel season.

Route details

Starting June 16, flights from the Chilean capital to Orlando will take off every Thursday and Sunday at 11:15 a.m. (local time) and arrive at 8:15 p.m. (local time). From Orlando, the flight departures will be every Thursday and Sunday at 10:25 p.m. (local time), arriving in Santiago at 7 a.m. (local time) the next day. From July onwards, Sunday flights will be operated on Saturdays on the same itinerary.

New flights between Santiago and Orlando can be booked at or