American Airlines recently announced the resumption of daily flights between Dallas and Santiago de Chile. This decision is a positive development for business and leisure travelers looking for convenient travel options between the United States and Chile. The restart of these daily flights marks a step towards the recovery of the aviation industry and the gradual return to normal of international travel.
The resumption of daily flights between these two cities is great news for travelers who have been eagerly awaiting the reopening of international connections. American Airlines, one of the largest airlines in the world, has recognized the growing demand for travel to and from Chile and is responding to the needs of its customers by reintroducing these daily flights.
Beginning October 29, flights departing from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport will depart Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7:25 p.m. while return flights will leave Arturo Merino Benitez International Airport the following days at 11:55 p.m.
To ensure its rotations between the two South American airports, American Airlines will operate its Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner, with a capacity of 234 passengers.
Dallas-Santiago de Chile is a crucial connection for business travelers, as both cities are major economic centers. The resumption of daily flights will facilitate business operations, foster business relations and encourage investment opportunities between the two countries.