Delta increases service from Atlanta to Chile and Argentina with daily flights

Delta Air Lines is making it easier to connect between North and South America by increasing services to two important cities. The airline has increased nonstop flights from its Atlanta hub to Ezeiza International Airport in Buenos Aires, Argentina (below), from five-times-weekly to daily service as of Oct. 26. Additionally, Delta’s three-times-weekly service from Atlanta to Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport in Santiago, Chile, as of Oct. 29 operates daily. With this new schedule, Delta is offering more than 2,300 seats weekly between Atlanta and Santiago and more than 1,600 between Atlanta and Buenos Aires.

 

Delta’s flights to and from Argentina operate with 238-seat Boeing 767-400(ER)* aircraft, featuring Delta One, Delta Premium Select, Delta Comfort+ and Main Cabin service. To Chile, the route operates with Airbus A350-900* aircraft with capacity for 339 passengers, featuring Delta One, Delta Comfort+ and Main Cabin.

SCHEDULE OF SERVICE BETWEEN ATLANTA AND BUENOS AIRES*

Origin Destination Departure (Local time) Arrival (Local time)
ATL EZE 8:50 PM 9:00 AM (next day)
EZE ATL 9:15 PM 5:45 AM (next day)

 

SCHEDULE OF SERVICE BETWEEN ATLANTA AND SANTIAGO DE CHILE*

 Origin Destination Departure (Local time) Arrival (Local time)
ATL SCL 8:15 PM 7:00 AM (next day)
SCL ATL 10:30 PM 5:40 AM (next day)

*Aircraft and flight schedules subject to change.

Top Copyright Photo: Delta Air Lines Boeing 767-432 ER N843MH (msn 29716) ZRH (Rolf Wallner). Image: 937934.

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