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Airlines Updates
Published on 16.05.2022, LATAM:

LATAM launches new routes amid strong operational projections.

Published on 04.05.2022, LATAM:

LATAM Airlines' creditors decry 'fundamentally flawed' bankruptcy plan.

Published on 14.04.2022, :

Latest News: Random COVID-19 PCR test will be carried out for travelers arriving at Santiago's Arturo Merino Benitez International Airport (Intelliguide, 07.03.2022)

Published on 11.04.2022, JetSMART:

JetSMART gets the green light for domestic A320neo flights in Peru.

Published on 04.04.2022, LATAM:

Agreement between LATAM and UNHCR to help refugees around the world.

Published on 18.03.2022, LATAM:

LATAM to neutralize its CO2 emissions from flights in South America.

Published on 16.03.2022, LATAM:

LATAM Airlines bankruptcy judge OKs $734 million in financing fees.

Published on 03.03.2022, LATAM:

LATAM postpones resumption of flights between Lima and Medellín on 01JUL22.

Published on 03.03.2022, LATAM:

LATAM delays the restart of flights between Santiago de Chile and Cuzco, JUL-22.

Published on 18.02.2022, LATAM:

LATAM Has Refurbished 100 A320 Family Cabins.

Published on 18.02.2022, LATAM:

LATAM Outlines Its Return To Australia & New Zealand starting on 29MAR22.

Published on 16.02.2022, LATAM:

LATAM Airlines Group boosts support for its exit plan.

Published on 15.02.2022, LATAM:

LATAM will resume flights from Sydney to Santiago on 29MAR22.

Published on 31.01.2022, LATAM:

LATAM Airlines approved for $1.55 Billion fleet deal with major creditors

Published on 21.01.2022, LATAM:

Latam Airlines changes Brazil-USA flights due to 5G uncertainty.

Published on 19.01.2022, JetSmart:

Chile budget airline JetSMART inaugurates Santiago-Montevideo route.

Published on 18.01.2022, LATAM:

LATAM Colombia makes structural cancellations until 28FEB22.

Published on 13.01.2022, LATAM:

LATAM Group projected to fly 72% of its flights in January

Published on 06.01.2022, SKY Airline:

SKY Airline Opens Punta Cana Route

Published on 08.12.2021, SKY Airline:

SKY Airline resumes its flights to Bogotá.

Published on 02.12.2021, LATAM:

Brazilian carrier Azul, no longer interested in LATAM

Published on 29.11.2021, LATAM:

LATAM airways, creditors reach bankruptcy deal.

Published on 26.11.2021, LATAM:

LATAM Airlines Group stands for its sustainability.

Published on 25.11.2021, LATAM:

LATAM nears Chapter 11 deal with creditors amid rival's merger push

Published on 30.09.2021, LATAM:

LATAM lands more debtor in possession (DIP) finance

Published on 24.09.2021, LATAM:

US Court approves extension for the presentation of the LATAM Reorganization Plan.

Published on 21.09.2021, LATAM:

LATAM Colombia requested to operate flights between Bogota and Neiva, south central Colombia.

Published on 13.09.2021, LATAM:

LATAM Airlines receives several financing offers to exit bankruptcy

Published on 13.09.2021, SKY:

SKY resumes flights to Puerto Natales

Published on 07.09.2021, SKY:

Chilean Low Cost Airline SKY Plans 2021 With Outsized Growth

Published on 07.09.2021, LATAM:

LATAM Brazil’s CEO Confident The Airline Won’t Be Sold To Azul

Published on 06.09.2021, LATAM:

LATAM Airlines Brasil to increase Sao Paulo-Lisbon frequency in Nov-21

Published on 02.09.2021, LATAM:

LATAM resumes Brazil-Europe services, but UK remains on hold

Published on 02.09.2021, LATAM:

LATAM Looks To Rebuild Its European Network

Published on 30.08.2021, LATAM:

LATAM Airlines Brasil to increase frequency on services to Madrid and Paris from Sao Paulo

Published on 18.08.2021, LATAM:

Azul Restates Latam Airlines Brasil Plans, Talks To Funds

Published on 18.08.2021
Azul Restates Latam Airlines Brasil Plans, Talks To Funds
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/106853-azul-restates-latam-airlines-brasil-plans-talks-to-funds
Published on 28.07.2021
Chilean carrier SKY takes delivery of its first A321neo
Source: https://www.airway1.com/chilean-carrier-sky-takes-delivery-of-its-first-a321neo/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=pmd_ab62d19ca7a92672225bdc78c2a40220f4a0f6a1-1627474639-0-gqNtZGzNAvijcnBszQiO
Published on 27.07.2021
LATAM Wants To Transfer Boeing 787s From Chile To Brazil
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-boeing-787-transfer/
Published on 18.08.2021
Azul Restates Latam Airlines Brasil Plans, Talks To Funds
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/106853-azul-restates-latam-airlines-brasil-plans-talks-to-funds
Published on 28.07.2021
Chilean carrier SKY takes delivery of its first A321neo
Source: https://www.airway1.com/chilean-carrier-sky-takes-delivery-of-its-first-a321neo/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=pmd_ab62d19ca7a92672225bdc78c2a40220f4a0f6a1-1627474639-0-gqNtZGzNAvijcnBszQiO
Published on 27.07.2021
LATAM Wants To Transfer Boeing 787s From Chile To Brazil
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-boeing-787-transfer/
Published on 18.08.2021
Azul Restates Latam Airlines Brasil Plans, Talks To Funds
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/106853-azul-restates-latam-airlines-brasil-plans-talks-to-funds
Published on 28.07.2021
Chilean carrier SKY takes delivery of its first A321neo
Source: https://www.airway1.com/chilean-carrier-sky-takes-delivery-of-its-first-a321neo/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=pmd_ab62d19ca7a92672225bdc78c2a40220f4a0f6a1-1627474639-0-gqNtZGzNAvijcnBszQiO
Published on 27.07.2021
LATAM Wants To Transfer Boeing 787s From Chile To Brazil
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-boeing-787-transfer/
Published on 18.08.2021
Azul Restates Latam Airlines Brasil Plans, Talks To Funds
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/106853-azul-restates-latam-airlines-brasil-plans-talks-to-funds
Published on 28.07.2021
Chilean carrier SKY takes delivery of its first A321neo
Source: https://www.airway1.com/chilean-carrier-sky-takes-delivery-of-its-first-a321neo/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=pmd_ab62d19ca7a92672225bdc78c2a40220f4a0f6a1-1627474639-0-gqNtZGzNAvijcnBszQiO
Published on 27.07.2021
LATAM Wants To Transfer Boeing 787s From Chile To Brazil
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-boeing-787-transfer/
Published on 18.08.2021
Azul Restates Latam Airlines Brasil Plans, Talks To Funds
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/106853-azul-restates-latam-airlines-brasil-plans-talks-to-funds
Published on 28.07.2021
Chilean carrier SKY takes delivery of its first A321neo
Source: https://www.airway1.com/chilean-carrier-sky-takes-delivery-of-its-first-a321neo/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=pmd_ab62d19ca7a92672225bdc78c2a40220f4a0f6a1-1627474639-0-gqNtZGzNAvijcnBszQiO
Published on 27.07.2021
LATAM Wants To Transfer Boeing 787s From Chile To Brazil
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-boeing-787-transfer/
Published on 18.08.2021
Azul Restates Latam Airlines Brasil Plans, Talks To Funds
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/106853-azul-restates-latam-airlines-brasil-plans-talks-to-funds
Published on 28.07.2021
Chilean carrier SKY takes delivery of its first A321neo
Source: https://www.airway1.com/chilean-carrier-sky-takes-delivery-of-its-first-a321neo/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=pmd_ab62d19ca7a92672225bdc78c2a40220f4a0f6a1-1627474639-0-gqNtZGzNAvijcnBszQiO
Published on 27.07.2021
LATAM Wants To Transfer Boeing 787s From Chile To Brazil
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-boeing-787-transfer/
Published on 18.08.2021
Azul Restates Latam Airlines Brasil Plans, Talks To Funds
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/106853-azul-restates-latam-airlines-brasil-plans-talks-to-funds
Published on 28.07.2021
Chilean carrier SKY takes delivery of its first A321neo
Source: https://www.airway1.com/chilean-carrier-sky-takes-delivery-of-its-first-a321neo/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=pmd_ab62d19ca7a92672225bdc78c2a40220f4a0f6a1-1627474639-0-gqNtZGzNAvijcnBszQiO
Published on 27.07.2021
LATAM Wants To Transfer Boeing 787s From Chile To Brazil
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-boeing-787-transfer/
Published on 18.08.2021
Azul Restates Latam Airlines Brasil Plans, Talks To Funds
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/106853-azul-restates-latam-airlines-brasil-plans-talks-to-funds
Published on 28.07.2021
Chilean carrier SKY takes delivery of its first A321neo
Source: https://www.airway1.com/chilean-carrier-sky-takes-delivery-of-its-first-a321neo/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=pmd_ab62d19ca7a92672225bdc78c2a40220f4a0f6a1-1627474639-0-gqNtZGzNAvijcnBszQiO
Published on 27.07.2021
LATAM Wants To Transfer Boeing 787s From Chile To Brazil
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-boeing-787-transfer/
Published on 18.08.2021
Azul Restates Latam Airlines Brasil Plans, Talks To Funds
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/106853-azul-restates-latam-airlines-brasil-plans-talks-to-funds
Published on 28.07.2021
Chilean carrier SKY takes delivery of its first A321neo
Source: https://www.airway1.com/chilean-carrier-sky-takes-delivery-of-its-first-a321neo/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=pmd_ab62d19ca7a92672225bdc78c2a40220f4a0f6a1-1627474639-0-gqNtZGzNAvijcnBszQiO
Published on 27.07.2021
LATAM Wants To Transfer Boeing 787s From Chile To Brazil
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-boeing-787-transfer/
Published on 18.08.2021
Azul Restates Latam Airlines Brasil Plans, Talks To Funds
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/106853-azul-restates-latam-airlines-brasil-plans-talks-to-funds
Published on 28.07.2021
Chilean carrier SKY takes delivery of its first A321neo
Source: https://www.airway1.com/chilean-carrier-sky-takes-delivery-of-its-first-a321neo/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=pmd_ab62d19ca7a92672225bdc78c2a40220f4a0f6a1-1627474639-0-gqNtZGzNAvijcnBszQiO
Published on 27.07.2021
LATAM Wants To Transfer Boeing 787s From Chile To Brazil
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-boeing-787-transfer/
Published on 18.08.2021
Azul Restates Latam Airlines Brasil Plans, Talks To Funds
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/106853-azul-restates-latam-airlines-brasil-plans-talks-to-funds
Published on 28.07.2021
Chilean carrier SKY takes delivery of its first A321neo
Source: https://www.airway1.com/chilean-carrier-sky-takes-delivery-of-its-first-a321neo/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=pmd_ab62d19ca7a92672225bdc78c2a40220f4a0f6a1-1627474639-0-gqNtZGzNAvijcnBszQiO
Published on 27.07.2021
LATAM Wants To Transfer Boeing 787s From Chile To Brazil
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-boeing-787-transfer/
Published on 28.07.2021
Chilean carrier SKY takes delivery of its first A321neo
Source: https://www.airway1.com/chilean-carrier-sky-takes-delivery-of-its-first-a321neo/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=pmd_ab62d19ca7a92672225bdc78c2a40220f4a0f6a1-1627474639-0-gqNtZGzNAvijcnBszQiO
Published on 27.07.2021
LATAM Wants To Transfer Boeing 787s From Chile To Brazil
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-boeing-787-transfer/
Published on 28.07.2021
Chilean carrier SKY takes delivery of its first A321neo
Source: https://www.airway1.com/chilean-carrier-sky-takes-delivery-of-its-first-a321neo/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=pmd_ab62d19ca7a92672225bdc78c2a40220f4a0f6a1-1627474639-0-gqNtZGzNAvijcnBszQiO
Published on 27.07.2021
LATAM Wants To Transfer Boeing 787s From Chile To Brazil
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-boeing-787-transfer/
Published on 28.07.2021
Chilean carrier SKY takes delivery of its first A321neo
Source: https://www.airway1.com/chilean-carrier-sky-takes-delivery-of-its-first-a321neo/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=pmd_ab62d19ca7a92672225bdc78c2a40220f4a0f6a1-1627474639-0-gqNtZGzNAvijcnBszQiO
Published on 27.07.2021
LATAM Wants To Transfer Boeing 787s From Chile To Brazil
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-boeing-787-transfer/
Published on 28.07.2021
Chilean carrier SKY takes delivery of its first A321neo
Source: https://www.airway1.com/chilean-carrier-sky-takes-delivery-of-its-first-a321neo/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=pmd_ab62d19ca7a92672225bdc78c2a40220f4a0f6a1-1627474639-0-gqNtZGzNAvijcnBszQiO
Published on 27.07.2021
LATAM Wants To Transfer Boeing 787s From Chile To Brazil
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-boeing-787-transfer/
Published on 28.07.2021
Chilean carrier SKY takes delivery of its first A321neo
Source: https://www.airway1.com/chilean-carrier-sky-takes-delivery-of-its-first-a321neo/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=pmd_ab62d19ca7a92672225bdc78c2a40220f4a0f6a1-1627474639-0-gqNtZGzNAvijcnBszQiO
Published on 27.07.2021
LATAM Wants To Transfer Boeing 787s From Chile To Brazil
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-boeing-787-transfer/
Published on 28.07.2021
Chilean carrier SKY takes delivery of its first A321neo
Source: https://www.airway1.com/chilean-carrier-sky-takes-delivery-of-its-first-a321neo/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=pmd_ab62d19ca7a92672225bdc78c2a40220f4a0f6a1-1627474639-0-gqNtZGzNAvijcnBszQiO
Published on 27.07.2021
LATAM Wants To Transfer Boeing 787s From Chile To Brazil
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-boeing-787-transfer/
Published on 28.07.2021
Chilean carrier SKY takes delivery of its first A321neo
Source: https://www.airway1.com/chilean-carrier-sky-takes-delivery-of-its-first-a321neo/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=pmd_ab62d19ca7a92672225bdc78c2a40220f4a0f6a1-1627474639-0-gqNtZGzNAvijcnBszQiO
Published on 27.07.2021
LATAM Wants To Transfer Boeing 787s From Chile To Brazil
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-boeing-787-transfer/
Published on 28.07.2021
Chilean carrier SKY takes delivery of its first A321neo
Source: https://www.airway1.com/chilean-carrier-sky-takes-delivery-of-its-first-a321neo/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=pmd_ab62d19ca7a92672225bdc78c2a40220f4a0f6a1-1627474639-0-gqNtZGzNAvijcnBszQiO
Published on 27.07.2021
LATAM Wants To Transfer Boeing 787s From Chile To Brazil
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-boeing-787-transfer/
Published on 28.07.2021
Chilean carrier SKY takes delivery of its first A321neo
Source: https://www.airway1.com/chilean-carrier-sky-takes-delivery-of-its-first-a321neo/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=pmd_ab62d19ca7a92672225bdc78c2a40220f4a0f6a1-1627474639-0-gqNtZGzNAvijcnBszQiO
Published on 27.07.2021
LATAM Wants To Transfer Boeing 787s From Chile To Brazil
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-boeing-787-transfer/
Published on 28.07.2021
Chilean carrier SKY takes delivery of its first A321neo
Source: https://www.airway1.com/chilean-carrier-sky-takes-delivery-of-its-first-a321neo/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=pmd_ab62d19ca7a92672225bdc78c2a40220f4a0f6a1-1627474639-0-gqNtZGzNAvijcnBszQiO
Published on 27.07.2021
LATAM Wants To Transfer Boeing 787s From Chile To Brazil
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-boeing-787-transfer/
Published on 28.07.2021
Chilean carrier SKY takes delivery of its first A321neo
Source: https://www.airway1.com/chilean-carrier-sky-takes-delivery-of-its-first-a321neo/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=pmd_ab62d19ca7a92672225bdc78c2a40220f4a0f6a1-1627474639-0-gqNtZGzNAvijcnBszQiO
Published on 27.07.2021
LATAM Wants To Transfer Boeing 787s From Chile To Brazil
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-boeing-787-transfer/
Published on 28.07.2021
Chilean carrier SKY takes delivery of its first A321neo
Source: https://www.airway1.com/chilean-carrier-sky-takes-delivery-of-its-first-a321neo/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=pmd_ab62d19ca7a92672225bdc78c2a40220f4a0f6a1-1627474639-0-gqNtZGzNAvijcnBszQiO
Published on 27.07.2021
LATAM Wants To Transfer Boeing 787s From Chile To Brazil
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-boeing-787-transfer/
Published on 28.07.2021
Chilean carrier SKY takes delivery of its first A321neo
Source: https://www.airway1.com/chilean-carrier-sky-takes-delivery-of-its-first-a321neo/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=pmd_ab62d19ca7a92672225bdc78c2a40220f4a0f6a1-1627474639-0-gqNtZGzNAvijcnBszQiO
Published on 27.07.2021
LATAM Wants To Transfer Boeing 787s From Chile To Brazil
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-boeing-787-transfer/
Published on 28.07.2021
Chilean carrier SKY takes delivery of its first A321neo
Source: https://www.airway1.com/chilean-carrier-sky-takes-delivery-of-its-first-a321neo/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=pmd_ab62d19ca7a92672225bdc78c2a40220f4a0f6a1-1627474639-0-gqNtZGzNAvijcnBszQiO
Published on 27.07.2021
LATAM Wants To Transfer Boeing 787s From Chile To Brazil
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-boeing-787-transfer/
Published on 28.07.2021
Chilean carrier SKY takes delivery of its first A321neo
Source: https://www.airway1.com/chilean-carrier-sky-takes-delivery-of-its-first-a321neo/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=pmd_ab62d19ca7a92672225bdc78c2a40220f4a0f6a1-1627474639-0-gqNtZGzNAvijcnBszQiO
Published on 27.07.2021
LATAM Wants To Transfer Boeing 787s From Chile To Brazil
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-boeing-787-transfer/
Published on 28.07.2021
Chilean carrier SKY takes delivery of its first A321neo
Source: https://www.airway1.com/chilean-carrier-sky-takes-delivery-of-its-first-a321neo/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=pmd_ab62d19ca7a92672225bdc78c2a40220f4a0f6a1-1627474639-0-gqNtZGzNAvijcnBszQiO
Published on 27.07.2021
LATAM Wants To Transfer Boeing 787s From Chile To Brazil
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-boeing-787-transfer/
Published on 28.07.2021
Chilean carrier SKY takes delivery of its first A321neo
Source: https://www.airway1.com/chilean-carrier-sky-takes-delivery-of-its-first-a321neo/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=pmd_ab62d19ca7a92672225bdc78c2a40220f4a0f6a1-1627474639-0-gqNtZGzNAvijcnBszQiO
Published on 27.07.2021
LATAM Wants To Transfer Boeing 787s From Chile To Brazil
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-boeing-787-transfer/
Published on 28.07.2021
Chilean carrier SKY takes delivery of its first A321neo
Source: https://www.airway1.com/chilean-carrier-sky-takes-delivery-of-its-first-a321neo/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=pmd_ab62d19ca7a92672225bdc78c2a40220f4a0f6a1-1627474639-0-gqNtZGzNAvijcnBszQiO
Published on 27.07.2021
LATAM Wants To Transfer Boeing 787s From Chile To Brazil
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-boeing-787-transfer/
Published on 28.07.2021
Chilean carrier SKY takes delivery of its first A321neo
Source: https://www.airway1.com/chilean-carrier-sky-takes-delivery-of-its-first-a321neo/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=pmd_ab62d19ca7a92672225bdc78c2a40220f4a0f6a1-1627474639-0-gqNtZGzNAvijcnBszQiO
Published on 27.07.2021
LATAM Wants To Transfer Boeing 787s From Chile To Brazil
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-boeing-787-transfer/
Published on 28.07.2021
Chilean carrier SKY takes delivery of its first A321neo
Source: https://www.airway1.com/chilean-carrier-sky-takes-delivery-of-its-first-a321neo/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=pmd_ab62d19ca7a92672225bdc78c2a40220f4a0f6a1-1627474639-0-gqNtZGzNAvijcnBszQiO
Published on 27.07.2021
LATAM Wants To Transfer Boeing 787s From Chile To Brazil
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-boeing-787-transfer/
Published on 28.07.2021
Chilean carrier SKY takes delivery of its first A321neo
Source: https://www.airway1.com/chilean-carrier-sky-takes-delivery-of-its-first-a321neo/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=pmd_ab62d19ca7a92672225bdc78c2a40220f4a0f6a1-1627474639-0-gqNtZGzNAvijcnBszQiO
Published on 27.07.2021
LATAM Wants To Transfer Boeing 787s From Chile To Brazil
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-boeing-787-transfer/
Published on 28.07.2021
Chilean carrier SKY takes delivery of its first A321neo
Source: https://www.airway1.com/chilean-carrier-sky-takes-delivery-of-its-first-a321neo/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=pmd_ab62d19ca7a92672225bdc78c2a40220f4a0f6a1-1627474639-0-gqNtZGzNAvijcnBszQiO
Published on 27.07.2021
LATAM Wants To Transfer Boeing 787s From Chile To Brazil
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-boeing-787-transfer/
Published on 14.07.2021
Latest News: Government will lift lockdown restrictions in Santiago Metropolitan Region, other towns on 8 July (Xinhua, 06.07.2021). Borders will remain closed until 30 June in bid to contain COVID-19 (US Embassy, 08.06.2021).
Source:
Published on 12.06.2021
Argentina, Brazil, Chile: LATAM Airlines cancels, limits passengers on some flights
Source: https://www.latam.com/en_us/experience/coronavirus/
Published on 25.06.2021
LATAM Airlines Group creditors seek to sue Qatar, Delta
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105085-latam-airlines-group-creditors-seek-to-sue-qatar-delta
Published on 24.06.2021
LATAM Airlines will increase flights between Asuncion and Santiago from 01JUL21
Source: https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/06/latam-aumentara-frecuencias-de-vuelos-en-asuncion/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=f5e90f7df3802e973da4ae0485905e685b158a8d-1624624141-0-AV7qykfQPvB4DnPPtu-z2-Jm1RVWcj5Kc_kqtPT9Sp3lXjSeaMQZbeIEgIFQU4g_GwMztz5JJcGYes73_qag1e6Xj77YFPMiCbmfEKDV-F9v-IHOj0p6M-scNN7w6dFflRP3B1joQPGjF7HMv-cAU2yb8-Vci9hJJrMOd414EGamyqGqvpVX4HUcAASK_guuC78LXr2cT4BR2alHlggxI_jOqYLPh2tfuRGoZK1lIJ7EsODqiUavLorZNk6CPKaHlHUwL_ctWs7Er1lxvIw53M6lwggnJYH4eMCunXD50ho-xTHmVOo-r-0JpNot-7meTllKKjFpoPRhjYrEMieKUp5AK8NJQfDQEtNLkLyOcGWtb4Rg_Iz3yFqt9ly45hbU2VCQ3DJnxvfl7nan8PjFctyZI1EXSlJeY_KaanDsgnwRlBV7o7DJHz2pkap1uf0Q9K9qSCyg50jNseuszMmtvsZ6bI7H6QSWyQiL7E7Fz8E4xI4I9vhu-sCv0oZpgEGyYH4ETiOqfigYPO8ts_flqnUvejn7bzidB1YXD6a163o68m4B1zEbqChoFhVQjU4N7SVdAaW_HVbpF9KnYJCS2raGKKz6zZhj0ZssBOIaEZUf2aw94SjYq0D7c4xu6Z6XqlGOw39AiB_mMczjsD7M0rfXoAHpiFiKvNUZDW_cLx_lpqiUfxiTiIDUwTi03_MfKA
Published on 17.06.2021
LATAM Implements a Pilot Health Passport on International Routes from Lima and Santiago
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/press-release/21226998/latam-airlines-group-sa-latam-implements-a-pilot-health-passport-on-international-routes-from-lima-and-santiago
Published on 16.06.2021
LATAM and Aeromexico introduce the IATA Travel Pass on international routes
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-aeromexico-iata-travel-pass/
Published on 15.06.2021
LATAM Brasil moves three routes from Congonhas to Guarulhos
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104637-latam-brasil-moves-three-routes-from-congonhas-to-guarulhos
Published on 14.06.2021
LATAM Colombia Recovers Its Schedule to 100%
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/06/12/latam-colombia-recovers-its-schedule-to-100/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=f0712ed518ebce94b5f4fd08cd6cb832c435a560-1623663585-0-AVOJXl56CgHu3Ok6W3-ErcdUhXRrj7xgrJS9HBZndM2Cq7mTT_BCxp_Dt6KXVnxwmLSsdu7989L5sU0kdYjedGgfLD6PZCrfcYpqPfxsIXFJ3lZNnN7VHR01gmLR_MhlEoUKSC1_4Gg1OV9bGdtKXKhfKr3lLHWTIPWDs2lGzSbFr3kNh9yto4Y5a1c4SSePFhm0qo6nlsujExUd6BOxRYGc_6isY-qEZaxA2s3EUQpgAHkoB-wvED3zSeEBdFLeKtOM-yYQvtbCN5uzPMNu1WXBkjQ2oJ1rBET-fzCbd9gw2HTYGbmTqT3hB_Sx73hitJb7MG8KOmVRcSCPp8Ddz7LTW4-_lE-l9Y6jF3MlGLwnidn_znSfzAe-ysYKjMX2nSiIP9vLIcZxPVExK0OYWN5EKfYbUXMqTMqOervzXpIcJy09KBoRPzZnsAKjM-6Qc06ZzjKmohx7SboNnUUijabG64CzaNBhdVgoSo0D-5dUPFli65gByjZRyHH5eUqhbpMXOM1s21XRI-prpSjllBwsPlgdSUlLWWXEwjF0YKuNWo2kIb8EVuYsWiYEySGtR_HXKjRgPqkuqFwSCd0v5p-pEIMoLMCWDArj7Jt45SgQSHrUP2029vUJ3W-rKWS0HCBa7TXV1vStBsr3mlfhRf4GQBIg2kWOatKaNZufGTOxx5H0HnhXt10w2AAc2kViYw
Published on 12.06.2021
Argentina, Brazil, Chile: LATAM Airlines cancels, limits passengers on some flights
Source: https://www.latam.com/en_us/experience/coronavirus/
Published on 25.06.2021
LATAM Airlines Group creditors seek to sue Qatar, Delta
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105085-latam-airlines-group-creditors-seek-to-sue-qatar-delta
Published on 24.06.2021
LATAM Airlines will increase flights between Asuncion and Santiago from 01JUL21
Source: https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/06/latam-aumentara-frecuencias-de-vuelos-en-asuncion/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=f5e90f7df3802e973da4ae0485905e685b158a8d-1624624141-0-AV7qykfQPvB4DnPPtu-z2-Jm1RVWcj5Kc_kqtPT9Sp3lXjSeaMQZbeIEgIFQU4g_GwMztz5JJcGYes73_qag1e6Xj77YFPMiCbmfEKDV-F9v-IHOj0p6M-scNN7w6dFflRP3B1joQPGjF7HMv-cAU2yb8-Vci9hJJrMOd414EGamyqGqvpVX4HUcAASK_guuC78LXr2cT4BR2alHlggxI_jOqYLPh2tfuRGoZK1lIJ7EsODqiUavLorZNk6CPKaHlHUwL_ctWs7Er1lxvIw53M6lwggnJYH4eMCunXD50ho-xTHmVOo-r-0JpNot-7meTllKKjFpoPRhjYrEMieKUp5AK8NJQfDQEtNLkLyOcGWtb4Rg_Iz3yFqt9ly45hbU2VCQ3DJnxvfl7nan8PjFctyZI1EXSlJeY_KaanDsgnwRlBV7o7DJHz2pkap1uf0Q9K9qSCyg50jNseuszMmtvsZ6bI7H6QSWyQiL7E7Fz8E4xI4I9vhu-sCv0oZpgEGyYH4ETiOqfigYPO8ts_flqnUvejn7bzidB1YXD6a163o68m4B1zEbqChoFhVQjU4N7SVdAaW_HVbpF9KnYJCS2raGKKz6zZhj0ZssBOIaEZUf2aw94SjYq0D7c4xu6Z6XqlGOw39AiB_mMczjsD7M0rfXoAHpiFiKvNUZDW_cLx_lpqiUfxiTiIDUwTi03_MfKA
Published on 17.06.2021
LATAM Implements a Pilot Health Passport on International Routes from Lima and Santiago
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/press-release/21226998/latam-airlines-group-sa-latam-implements-a-pilot-health-passport-on-international-routes-from-lima-and-santiago
Published on 16.06.2021
LATAM and Aeromexico introduce the IATA Travel Pass on international routes
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-aeromexico-iata-travel-pass/
Published on 15.06.2021
LATAM Brasil moves three routes from Congonhas to Guarulhos
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104637-latam-brasil-moves-three-routes-from-congonhas-to-guarulhos
Published on 14.06.2021
LATAM Colombia Recovers Its Schedule to 100%
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/06/12/latam-colombia-recovers-its-schedule-to-100/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=f0712ed518ebce94b5f4fd08cd6cb832c435a560-1623663585-0-AVOJXl56CgHu3Ok6W3-ErcdUhXRrj7xgrJS9HBZndM2Cq7mTT_BCxp_Dt6KXVnxwmLSsdu7989L5sU0kdYjedGgfLD6PZCrfcYpqPfxsIXFJ3lZNnN7VHR01gmLR_MhlEoUKSC1_4Gg1OV9bGdtKXKhfKr3lLHWTIPWDs2lGzSbFr3kNh9yto4Y5a1c4SSePFhm0qo6nlsujExUd6BOxRYGc_6isY-qEZaxA2s3EUQpgAHkoB-wvED3zSeEBdFLeKtOM-yYQvtbCN5uzPMNu1WXBkjQ2oJ1rBET-fzCbd9gw2HTYGbmTqT3hB_Sx73hitJb7MG8KOmVRcSCPp8Ddz7LTW4-_lE-l9Y6jF3MlGLwnidn_znSfzAe-ysYKjMX2nSiIP9vLIcZxPVExK0OYWN5EKfYbUXMqTMqOervzXpIcJy09KBoRPzZnsAKjM-6Qc06ZzjKmohx7SboNnUUijabG64CzaNBhdVgoSo0D-5dUPFli65gByjZRyHH5eUqhbpMXOM1s21XRI-prpSjllBwsPlgdSUlLWWXEwjF0YKuNWo2kIb8EVuYsWiYEySGtR_HXKjRgPqkuqFwSCd0v5p-pEIMoLMCWDArj7Jt45SgQSHrUP2029vUJ3W-rKWS0HCBa7TXV1vStBsr3mlfhRf4GQBIg2kWOatKaNZufGTOxx5H0HnhXt10w2AAc2kViYw
Published on 12.06.2021
Argentina, Brazil, Chile: LATAM Airlines cancels, limits passengers on some flights
Source: https://www.latam.com/en_us/experience/coronavirus/
Published on 25.06.2021
LATAM Airlines Group creditors seek to sue Qatar, Delta
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105085-latam-airlines-group-creditors-seek-to-sue-qatar-delta
Published on 24.06.2021
LATAM Airlines will increase flights between Asuncion and Santiago from 01JUL21
Source: https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/06/latam-aumentara-frecuencias-de-vuelos-en-asuncion/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=f5e90f7df3802e973da4ae0485905e685b158a8d-1624624141-0-AV7qykfQPvB4DnPPtu-z2-Jm1RVWcj5Kc_kqtPT9Sp3lXjSeaMQZbeIEgIFQU4g_GwMztz5JJcGYes73_qag1e6Xj77YFPMiCbmfEKDV-F9v-IHOj0p6M-scNN7w6dFflRP3B1joQPGjF7HMv-cAU2yb8-Vci9hJJrMOd414EGamyqGqvpVX4HUcAASK_guuC78LXr2cT4BR2alHlggxI_jOqYLPh2tfuRGoZK1lIJ7EsODqiUavLorZNk6CPKaHlHUwL_ctWs7Er1lxvIw53M6lwggnJYH4eMCunXD50ho-xTHmVOo-r-0JpNot-7meTllKKjFpoPRhjYrEMieKUp5AK8NJQfDQEtNLkLyOcGWtb4Rg_Iz3yFqt9ly45hbU2VCQ3DJnxvfl7nan8PjFctyZI1EXSlJeY_KaanDsgnwRlBV7o7DJHz2pkap1uf0Q9K9qSCyg50jNseuszMmtvsZ6bI7H6QSWyQiL7E7Fz8E4xI4I9vhu-sCv0oZpgEGyYH4ETiOqfigYPO8ts_flqnUvejn7bzidB1YXD6a163o68m4B1zEbqChoFhVQjU4N7SVdAaW_HVbpF9KnYJCS2raGKKz6zZhj0ZssBOIaEZUf2aw94SjYq0D7c4xu6Z6XqlGOw39AiB_mMczjsD7M0rfXoAHpiFiKvNUZDW_cLx_lpqiUfxiTiIDUwTi03_MfKA
Published on 17.06.2021
LATAM Implements a Pilot Health Passport on International Routes from Lima and Santiago
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/press-release/21226998/latam-airlines-group-sa-latam-implements-a-pilot-health-passport-on-international-routes-from-lima-and-santiago
Published on 16.06.2021
LATAM and Aeromexico introduce the IATA Travel Pass on international routes
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-aeromexico-iata-travel-pass/
Published on 15.06.2021
LATAM Brasil moves three routes from Congonhas to Guarulhos
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104637-latam-brasil-moves-three-routes-from-congonhas-to-guarulhos
Published on 14.06.2021
LATAM Colombia Recovers Its Schedule to 100%
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/06/12/latam-colombia-recovers-its-schedule-to-100/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=f0712ed518ebce94b5f4fd08cd6cb832c435a560-1623663585-0-AVOJXl56CgHu3Ok6W3-ErcdUhXRrj7xgrJS9HBZndM2Cq7mTT_BCxp_Dt6KXVnxwmLSsdu7989L5sU0kdYjedGgfLD6PZCrfcYpqPfxsIXFJ3lZNnN7VHR01gmLR_MhlEoUKSC1_4Gg1OV9bGdtKXKhfKr3lLHWTIPWDs2lGzSbFr3kNh9yto4Y5a1c4SSePFhm0qo6nlsujExUd6BOxRYGc_6isY-qEZaxA2s3EUQpgAHkoB-wvED3zSeEBdFLeKtOM-yYQvtbCN5uzPMNu1WXBkjQ2oJ1rBET-fzCbd9gw2HTYGbmTqT3hB_Sx73hitJb7MG8KOmVRcSCPp8Ddz7LTW4-_lE-l9Y6jF3MlGLwnidn_znSfzAe-ysYKjMX2nSiIP9vLIcZxPVExK0OYWN5EKfYbUXMqTMqOervzXpIcJy09KBoRPzZnsAKjM-6Qc06ZzjKmohx7SboNnUUijabG64CzaNBhdVgoSo0D-5dUPFli65gByjZRyHH5eUqhbpMXOM1s21XRI-prpSjllBwsPlgdSUlLWWXEwjF0YKuNWo2kIb8EVuYsWiYEySGtR_HXKjRgPqkuqFwSCd0v5p-pEIMoLMCWDArj7Jt45SgQSHrUP2029vUJ3W-rKWS0HCBa7TXV1vStBsr3mlfhRf4GQBIg2kWOatKaNZufGTOxx5H0HnhXt10w2AAc2kViYw
Published on 25.06.2021
LATAM Airlines Group creditors seek to sue Qatar, Delta
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105085-latam-airlines-group-creditors-seek-to-sue-qatar-delta
Published on 24.06.2021
LATAM Airlines will increase flights between Asuncion and Santiago from 01JUL21
Source: https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/06/latam-aumentara-frecuencias-de-vuelos-en-asuncion/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=f5e90f7df3802e973da4ae0485905e685b158a8d-1624624141-0-AV7qykfQPvB4DnPPtu-z2-Jm1RVWcj5Kc_kqtPT9Sp3lXjSeaMQZbeIEgIFQU4g_GwMztz5JJcGYes73_qag1e6Xj77YFPMiCbmfEKDV-F9v-IHOj0p6M-scNN7w6dFflRP3B1joQPGjF7HMv-cAU2yb8-Vci9hJJrMOd414EGamyqGqvpVX4HUcAASK_guuC78LXr2cT4BR2alHlggxI_jOqYLPh2tfuRGoZK1lIJ7EsODqiUavLorZNk6CPKaHlHUwL_ctWs7Er1lxvIw53M6lwggnJYH4eMCunXD50ho-xTHmVOo-r-0JpNot-7meTllKKjFpoPRhjYrEMieKUp5AK8NJQfDQEtNLkLyOcGWtb4Rg_Iz3yFqt9ly45hbU2VCQ3DJnxvfl7nan8PjFctyZI1EXSlJeY_KaanDsgnwRlBV7o7DJHz2pkap1uf0Q9K9qSCyg50jNseuszMmtvsZ6bI7H6QSWyQiL7E7Fz8E4xI4I9vhu-sCv0oZpgEGyYH4ETiOqfigYPO8ts_flqnUvejn7bzidB1YXD6a163o68m4B1zEbqChoFhVQjU4N7SVdAaW_HVbpF9KnYJCS2raGKKz6zZhj0ZssBOIaEZUf2aw94SjYq0D7c4xu6Z6XqlGOw39AiB_mMczjsD7M0rfXoAHpiFiKvNUZDW_cLx_lpqiUfxiTiIDUwTi03_MfKA
Published on 17.06.2021
LATAM Implements a Pilot Health Passport on International Routes from Lima and Santiago
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/press-release/21226998/latam-airlines-group-sa-latam-implements-a-pilot-health-passport-on-international-routes-from-lima-and-santiago
Published on 16.06.2021
LATAM and Aeromexico introduce the IATA Travel Pass on international routes
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-aeromexico-iata-travel-pass/
Published on 15.06.2021
LATAM Brasil moves three routes from Congonhas to Guarulhos
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104637-latam-brasil-moves-three-routes-from-congonhas-to-guarulhos
Published on 14.06.2021
LATAM Colombia Recovers Its Schedule to 100%
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/06/12/latam-colombia-recovers-its-schedule-to-100/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=f0712ed518ebce94b5f4fd08cd6cb832c435a560-1623663585-0-AVOJXl56CgHu3Ok6W3-ErcdUhXRrj7xgrJS9HBZndM2Cq7mTT_BCxp_Dt6KXVnxwmLSsdu7989L5sU0kdYjedGgfLD6PZCrfcYpqPfxsIXFJ3lZNnN7VHR01gmLR_MhlEoUKSC1_4Gg1OV9bGdtKXKhfKr3lLHWTIPWDs2lGzSbFr3kNh9yto4Y5a1c4SSePFhm0qo6nlsujExUd6BOxRYGc_6isY-qEZaxA2s3EUQpgAHkoB-wvED3zSeEBdFLeKtOM-yYQvtbCN5uzPMNu1WXBkjQ2oJ1rBET-fzCbd9gw2HTYGbmTqT3hB_Sx73hitJb7MG8KOmVRcSCPp8Ddz7LTW4-_lE-l9Y6jF3MlGLwnidn_znSfzAe-ysYKjMX2nSiIP9vLIcZxPVExK0OYWN5EKfYbUXMqTMqOervzXpIcJy09KBoRPzZnsAKjM-6Qc06ZzjKmohx7SboNnUUijabG64CzaNBhdVgoSo0D-5dUPFli65gByjZRyHH5eUqhbpMXOM1s21XRI-prpSjllBwsPlgdSUlLWWXEwjF0YKuNWo2kIb8EVuYsWiYEySGtR_HXKjRgPqkuqFwSCd0v5p-pEIMoLMCWDArj7Jt45SgQSHrUP2029vUJ3W-rKWS0HCBa7TXV1vStBsr3mlfhRf4GQBIg2kWOatKaNZufGTOxx5H0HnhXt10w2AAc2kViYw
Published on 25.06.2021
LATAM Airlines Group creditors seek to sue Qatar, Delta
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105085-latam-airlines-group-creditors-seek-to-sue-qatar-delta
Published on 24.06.2021
LATAM Airlines will increase flights between Asuncion and Santiago from 01JUL21
Source: https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/06/latam-aumentara-frecuencias-de-vuelos-en-asuncion/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=f5e90f7df3802e973da4ae0485905e685b158a8d-1624624141-0-AV7qykfQPvB4DnPPtu-z2-Jm1RVWcj5Kc_kqtPT9Sp3lXjSeaMQZbeIEgIFQU4g_GwMztz5JJcGYes73_qag1e6Xj77YFPMiCbmfEKDV-F9v-IHOj0p6M-scNN7w6dFflRP3B1joQPGjF7HMv-cAU2yb8-Vci9hJJrMOd414EGamyqGqvpVX4HUcAASK_guuC78LXr2cT4BR2alHlggxI_jOqYLPh2tfuRGoZK1lIJ7EsODqiUavLorZNk6CPKaHlHUwL_ctWs7Er1lxvIw53M6lwggnJYH4eMCunXD50ho-xTHmVOo-r-0JpNot-7meTllKKjFpoPRhjYrEMieKUp5AK8NJQfDQEtNLkLyOcGWtb4Rg_Iz3yFqt9ly45hbU2VCQ3DJnxvfl7nan8PjFctyZI1EXSlJeY_KaanDsgnwRlBV7o7DJHz2pkap1uf0Q9K9qSCyg50jNseuszMmtvsZ6bI7H6QSWyQiL7E7Fz8E4xI4I9vhu-sCv0oZpgEGyYH4ETiOqfigYPO8ts_flqnUvejn7bzidB1YXD6a163o68m4B1zEbqChoFhVQjU4N7SVdAaW_HVbpF9KnYJCS2raGKKz6zZhj0ZssBOIaEZUf2aw94SjYq0D7c4xu6Z6XqlGOw39AiB_mMczjsD7M0rfXoAHpiFiKvNUZDW_cLx_lpqiUfxiTiIDUwTi03_MfKA
Published on 17.06.2021
LATAM Implements a Pilot Health Passport on International Routes from Lima and Santiago
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/press-release/21226998/latam-airlines-group-sa-latam-implements-a-pilot-health-passport-on-international-routes-from-lima-and-santiago
Published on 16.06.2021
LATAM and Aeromexico introduce the IATA Travel Pass on international routes
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-aeromexico-iata-travel-pass/
Published on 15.06.2021
LATAM Brasil moves three routes from Congonhas to Guarulhos
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104637-latam-brasil-moves-three-routes-from-congonhas-to-guarulhos
Published on 14.06.2021
LATAM Colombia Recovers Its Schedule to 100%
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/06/12/latam-colombia-recovers-its-schedule-to-100/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=f0712ed518ebce94b5f4fd08cd6cb832c435a560-1623663585-0-AVOJXl56CgHu3Ok6W3-ErcdUhXRrj7xgrJS9HBZndM2Cq7mTT_BCxp_Dt6KXVnxwmLSsdu7989L5sU0kdYjedGgfLD6PZCrfcYpqPfxsIXFJ3lZNnN7VHR01gmLR_MhlEoUKSC1_4Gg1OV9bGdtKXKhfKr3lLHWTIPWDs2lGzSbFr3kNh9yto4Y5a1c4SSePFhm0qo6nlsujExUd6BOxRYGc_6isY-qEZaxA2s3EUQpgAHkoB-wvED3zSeEBdFLeKtOM-yYQvtbCN5uzPMNu1WXBkjQ2oJ1rBET-fzCbd9gw2HTYGbmTqT3hB_Sx73hitJb7MG8KOmVRcSCPp8Ddz7LTW4-_lE-l9Y6jF3MlGLwnidn_znSfzAe-ysYKjMX2nSiIP9vLIcZxPVExK0OYWN5EKfYbUXMqTMqOervzXpIcJy09KBoRPzZnsAKjM-6Qc06ZzjKmohx7SboNnUUijabG64CzaNBhdVgoSo0D-5dUPFli65gByjZRyHH5eUqhbpMXOM1s21XRI-prpSjllBwsPlgdSUlLWWXEwjF0YKuNWo2kIb8EVuYsWiYEySGtR_HXKjRgPqkuqFwSCd0v5p-pEIMoLMCWDArj7Jt45SgQSHrUP2029vUJ3W-rKWS0HCBa7TXV1vStBsr3mlfhRf4GQBIg2kWOatKaNZufGTOxx5H0HnhXt10w2AAc2kViYw
Published on 25.06.2021
LATAM Airlines Group creditors seek to sue Qatar, Delta
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105085-latam-airlines-group-creditors-seek-to-sue-qatar-delta
Published on 24.06.2021
LATAM Airlines will increase flights between Asuncion and Santiago from 01JUL21
Source: https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/06/latam-aumentara-frecuencias-de-vuelos-en-asuncion/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=f5e90f7df3802e973da4ae0485905e685b158a8d-1624624141-0-AV7qykfQPvB4DnPPtu-z2-Jm1RVWcj5Kc_kqtPT9Sp3lXjSeaMQZbeIEgIFQU4g_GwMztz5JJcGYes73_qag1e6Xj77YFPMiCbmfEKDV-F9v-IHOj0p6M-scNN7w6dFflRP3B1joQPGjF7HMv-cAU2yb8-Vci9hJJrMOd414EGamyqGqvpVX4HUcAASK_guuC78LXr2cT4BR2alHlggxI_jOqYLPh2tfuRGoZK1lIJ7EsODqiUavLorZNk6CPKaHlHUwL_ctWs7Er1lxvIw53M6lwggnJYH4eMCunXD50ho-xTHmVOo-r-0JpNot-7meTllKKjFpoPRhjYrEMieKUp5AK8NJQfDQEtNLkLyOcGWtb4Rg_Iz3yFqt9ly45hbU2VCQ3DJnxvfl7nan8PjFctyZI1EXSlJeY_KaanDsgnwRlBV7o7DJHz2pkap1uf0Q9K9qSCyg50jNseuszMmtvsZ6bI7H6QSWyQiL7E7Fz8E4xI4I9vhu-sCv0oZpgEGyYH4ETiOqfigYPO8ts_flqnUvejn7bzidB1YXD6a163o68m4B1zEbqChoFhVQjU4N7SVdAaW_HVbpF9KnYJCS2raGKKz6zZhj0ZssBOIaEZUf2aw94SjYq0D7c4xu6Z6XqlGOw39AiB_mMczjsD7M0rfXoAHpiFiKvNUZDW_cLx_lpqiUfxiTiIDUwTi03_MfKA
Published on 17.06.2021
LATAM Implements a Pilot Health Passport on International Routes from Lima and Santiago
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/press-release/21226998/latam-airlines-group-sa-latam-implements-a-pilot-health-passport-on-international-routes-from-lima-and-santiago
Published on 16.06.2021
LATAM and Aeromexico introduce the IATA Travel Pass on international routes
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-aeromexico-iata-travel-pass/
Published on 15.06.2021
LATAM Brasil moves three routes from Congonhas to Guarulhos
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104637-latam-brasil-moves-three-routes-from-congonhas-to-guarulhos
Published on 14.06.2021
LATAM Colombia Recovers Its Schedule to 100%
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/06/12/latam-colombia-recovers-its-schedule-to-100/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=f0712ed518ebce94b5f4fd08cd6cb832c435a560-1623663585-0-AVOJXl56CgHu3Ok6W3-ErcdUhXRrj7xgrJS9HBZndM2Cq7mTT_BCxp_Dt6KXVnxwmLSsdu7989L5sU0kdYjedGgfLD6PZCrfcYpqPfxsIXFJ3lZNnN7VHR01gmLR_MhlEoUKSC1_4Gg1OV9bGdtKXKhfKr3lLHWTIPWDs2lGzSbFr3kNh9yto4Y5a1c4SSePFhm0qo6nlsujExUd6BOxRYGc_6isY-qEZaxA2s3EUQpgAHkoB-wvED3zSeEBdFLeKtOM-yYQvtbCN5uzPMNu1WXBkjQ2oJ1rBET-fzCbd9gw2HTYGbmTqT3hB_Sx73hitJb7MG8KOmVRcSCPp8Ddz7LTW4-_lE-l9Y6jF3MlGLwnidn_znSfzAe-ysYKjMX2nSiIP9vLIcZxPVExK0OYWN5EKfYbUXMqTMqOervzXpIcJy09KBoRPzZnsAKjM-6Qc06ZzjKmohx7SboNnUUijabG64CzaNBhdVgoSo0D-5dUPFli65gByjZRyHH5eUqhbpMXOM1s21XRI-prpSjllBwsPlgdSUlLWWXEwjF0YKuNWo2kIb8EVuYsWiYEySGtR_HXKjRgPqkuqFwSCd0v5p-pEIMoLMCWDArj7Jt45SgQSHrUP2029vUJ3W-rKWS0HCBa7TXV1vStBsr3mlfhRf4GQBIg2kWOatKaNZufGTOxx5H0HnhXt10w2AAc2kViYw
Published on 25.06.2021
LATAM Airlines Group creditors seek to sue Qatar, Delta
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105085-latam-airlines-group-creditors-seek-to-sue-qatar-delta
Published on 24.06.2021
LATAM Airlines will increase flights between Asuncion and Santiago from 01JUL21
Source: https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/06/latam-aumentara-frecuencias-de-vuelos-en-asuncion/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=f5e90f7df3802e973da4ae0485905e685b158a8d-1624624141-0-AV7qykfQPvB4DnPPtu-z2-Jm1RVWcj5Kc_kqtPT9Sp3lXjSeaMQZbeIEgIFQU4g_GwMztz5JJcGYes73_qag1e6Xj77YFPMiCbmfEKDV-F9v-IHOj0p6M-scNN7w6dFflRP3B1joQPGjF7HMv-cAU2yb8-Vci9hJJrMOd414EGamyqGqvpVX4HUcAASK_guuC78LXr2cT4BR2alHlggxI_jOqYLPh2tfuRGoZK1lIJ7EsODqiUavLorZNk6CPKaHlHUwL_ctWs7Er1lxvIw53M6lwggnJYH4eMCunXD50ho-xTHmVOo-r-0JpNot-7meTllKKjFpoPRhjYrEMieKUp5AK8NJQfDQEtNLkLyOcGWtb4Rg_Iz3yFqt9ly45hbU2VCQ3DJnxvfl7nan8PjFctyZI1EXSlJeY_KaanDsgnwRlBV7o7DJHz2pkap1uf0Q9K9qSCyg50jNseuszMmtvsZ6bI7H6QSWyQiL7E7Fz8E4xI4I9vhu-sCv0oZpgEGyYH4ETiOqfigYPO8ts_flqnUvejn7bzidB1YXD6a163o68m4B1zEbqChoFhVQjU4N7SVdAaW_HVbpF9KnYJCS2raGKKz6zZhj0ZssBOIaEZUf2aw94SjYq0D7c4xu6Z6XqlGOw39AiB_mMczjsD7M0rfXoAHpiFiKvNUZDW_cLx_lpqiUfxiTiIDUwTi03_MfKA
Published on 17.06.2021
LATAM Implements a Pilot Health Passport on International Routes from Lima and Santiago
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/press-release/21226998/latam-airlines-group-sa-latam-implements-a-pilot-health-passport-on-international-routes-from-lima-and-santiago
Published on 16.06.2021
LATAM and Aeromexico introduce the IATA Travel Pass on international routes
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-aeromexico-iata-travel-pass/
Published on 15.06.2021
LATAM Brasil moves three routes from Congonhas to Guarulhos
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104637-latam-brasil-moves-three-routes-from-congonhas-to-guarulhos
Published on 14.06.2021
LATAM Colombia Recovers Its Schedule to 100%
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/06/12/latam-colombia-recovers-its-schedule-to-100/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=f0712ed518ebce94b5f4fd08cd6cb832c435a560-1623663585-0-AVOJXl56CgHu3Ok6W3-ErcdUhXRrj7xgrJS9HBZndM2Cq7mTT_BCxp_Dt6KXVnxwmLSsdu7989L5sU0kdYjedGgfLD6PZCrfcYpqPfxsIXFJ3lZNnN7VHR01gmLR_MhlEoUKSC1_4Gg1OV9bGdtKXKhfKr3lLHWTIPWDs2lGzSbFr3kNh9yto4Y5a1c4SSePFhm0qo6nlsujExUd6BOxRYGc_6isY-qEZaxA2s3EUQpgAHkoB-wvED3zSeEBdFLeKtOM-yYQvtbCN5uzPMNu1WXBkjQ2oJ1rBET-fzCbd9gw2HTYGbmTqT3hB_Sx73hitJb7MG8KOmVRcSCPp8Ddz7LTW4-_lE-l9Y6jF3MlGLwnidn_znSfzAe-ysYKjMX2nSiIP9vLIcZxPVExK0OYWN5EKfYbUXMqTMqOervzXpIcJy09KBoRPzZnsAKjM-6Qc06ZzjKmohx7SboNnUUijabG64CzaNBhdVgoSo0D-5dUPFli65gByjZRyHH5eUqhbpMXOM1s21XRI-prpSjllBwsPlgdSUlLWWXEwjF0YKuNWo2kIb8EVuYsWiYEySGtR_HXKjRgPqkuqFwSCd0v5p-pEIMoLMCWDArj7Jt45SgQSHrUP2029vUJ3W-rKWS0HCBa7TXV1vStBsr3mlfhRf4GQBIg2kWOatKaNZufGTOxx5H0HnhXt10w2AAc2kViYw
Published on 25.06.2021
LATAM Airlines Group creditors seek to sue Qatar, Delta
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105085-latam-airlines-group-creditors-seek-to-sue-qatar-delta
Published on 24.06.2021
LATAM Airlines will increase flights between Asuncion and Santiago from 01JUL21
Source: https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/06/latam-aumentara-frecuencias-de-vuelos-en-asuncion/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=f5e90f7df3802e973da4ae0485905e685b158a8d-1624624141-0-AV7qykfQPvB4DnPPtu-z2-Jm1RVWcj5Kc_kqtPT9Sp3lXjSeaMQZbeIEgIFQU4g_GwMztz5JJcGYes73_qag1e6Xj77YFPMiCbmfEKDV-F9v-IHOj0p6M-scNN7w6dFflRP3B1joQPGjF7HMv-cAU2yb8-Vci9hJJrMOd414EGamyqGqvpVX4HUcAASK_guuC78LXr2cT4BR2alHlggxI_jOqYLPh2tfuRGoZK1lIJ7EsODqiUavLorZNk6CPKaHlHUwL_ctWs7Er1lxvIw53M6lwggnJYH4eMCunXD50ho-xTHmVOo-r-0JpNot-7meTllKKjFpoPRhjYrEMieKUp5AK8NJQfDQEtNLkLyOcGWtb4Rg_Iz3yFqt9ly45hbU2VCQ3DJnxvfl7nan8PjFctyZI1EXSlJeY_KaanDsgnwRlBV7o7DJHz2pkap1uf0Q9K9qSCyg50jNseuszMmtvsZ6bI7H6QSWyQiL7E7Fz8E4xI4I9vhu-sCv0oZpgEGyYH4ETiOqfigYPO8ts_flqnUvejn7bzidB1YXD6a163o68m4B1zEbqChoFhVQjU4N7SVdAaW_HVbpF9KnYJCS2raGKKz6zZhj0ZssBOIaEZUf2aw94SjYq0D7c4xu6Z6XqlGOw39AiB_mMczjsD7M0rfXoAHpiFiKvNUZDW_cLx_lpqiUfxiTiIDUwTi03_MfKA
Published on 17.06.2021
LATAM Implements a Pilot Health Passport on International Routes from Lima and Santiago
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/press-release/21226998/latam-airlines-group-sa-latam-implements-a-pilot-health-passport-on-international-routes-from-lima-and-santiago
Published on 16.06.2021
LATAM and Aeromexico introduce the IATA Travel Pass on international routes
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-aeromexico-iata-travel-pass/
Published on 15.06.2021
LATAM Brasil moves three routes from Congonhas to Guarulhos
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104637-latam-brasil-moves-three-routes-from-congonhas-to-guarulhos
Published on 14.06.2021
LATAM Colombia Recovers Its Schedule to 100%
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/06/12/latam-colombia-recovers-its-schedule-to-100/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=f0712ed518ebce94b5f4fd08cd6cb832c435a560-1623663585-0-AVOJXl56CgHu3Ok6W3-ErcdUhXRrj7xgrJS9HBZndM2Cq7mTT_BCxp_Dt6KXVnxwmLSsdu7989L5sU0kdYjedGgfLD6PZCrfcYpqPfxsIXFJ3lZNnN7VHR01gmLR_MhlEoUKSC1_4Gg1OV9bGdtKXKhfKr3lLHWTIPWDs2lGzSbFr3kNh9yto4Y5a1c4SSePFhm0qo6nlsujExUd6BOxRYGc_6isY-qEZaxA2s3EUQpgAHkoB-wvED3zSeEBdFLeKtOM-yYQvtbCN5uzPMNu1WXBkjQ2oJ1rBET-fzCbd9gw2HTYGbmTqT3hB_Sx73hitJb7MG8KOmVRcSCPp8Ddz7LTW4-_lE-l9Y6jF3MlGLwnidn_znSfzAe-ysYKjMX2nSiIP9vLIcZxPVExK0OYWN5EKfYbUXMqTMqOervzXpIcJy09KBoRPzZnsAKjM-6Qc06ZzjKmohx7SboNnUUijabG64CzaNBhdVgoSo0D-5dUPFli65gByjZRyHH5eUqhbpMXOM1s21XRI-prpSjllBwsPlgdSUlLWWXEwjF0YKuNWo2kIb8EVuYsWiYEySGtR_HXKjRgPqkuqFwSCd0v5p-pEIMoLMCWDArj7Jt45SgQSHrUP2029vUJ3W-rKWS0HCBa7TXV1vStBsr3mlfhRf4GQBIg2kWOatKaNZufGTOxx5H0HnhXt10w2AAc2kViYw
Published on 25.06.2021
LATAM Airlines Group creditors seek to sue Qatar, Delta
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105085-latam-airlines-group-creditors-seek-to-sue-qatar-delta
Published on 24.06.2021
LATAM Airlines will increase flights between Asuncion and Santiago from 01JUL21
Source: https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/06/latam-aumentara-frecuencias-de-vuelos-en-asuncion/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=f5e90f7df3802e973da4ae0485905e685b158a8d-1624624141-0-AV7qykfQPvB4DnPPtu-z2-Jm1RVWcj5Kc_kqtPT9Sp3lXjSeaMQZbeIEgIFQU4g_GwMztz5JJcGYes73_qag1e6Xj77YFPMiCbmfEKDV-F9v-IHOj0p6M-scNN7w6dFflRP3B1joQPGjF7HMv-cAU2yb8-Vci9hJJrMOd414EGamyqGqvpVX4HUcAASK_guuC78LXr2cT4BR2alHlggxI_jOqYLPh2tfuRGoZK1lIJ7EsODqiUavLorZNk6CPKaHlHUwL_ctWs7Er1lxvIw53M6lwggnJYH4eMCunXD50ho-xTHmVOo-r-0JpNot-7meTllKKjFpoPRhjYrEMieKUp5AK8NJQfDQEtNLkLyOcGWtb4Rg_Iz3yFqt9ly45hbU2VCQ3DJnxvfl7nan8PjFctyZI1EXSlJeY_KaanDsgnwRlBV7o7DJHz2pkap1uf0Q9K9qSCyg50jNseuszMmtvsZ6bI7H6QSWyQiL7E7Fz8E4xI4I9vhu-sCv0oZpgEGyYH4ETiOqfigYPO8ts_flqnUvejn7bzidB1YXD6a163o68m4B1zEbqChoFhVQjU4N7SVdAaW_HVbpF9KnYJCS2raGKKz6zZhj0ZssBOIaEZUf2aw94SjYq0D7c4xu6Z6XqlGOw39AiB_mMczjsD7M0rfXoAHpiFiKvNUZDW_cLx_lpqiUfxiTiIDUwTi03_MfKA
Published on 17.06.2021
LATAM Implements a Pilot Health Passport on International Routes from Lima and Santiago
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/press-release/21226998/latam-airlines-group-sa-latam-implements-a-pilot-health-passport-on-international-routes-from-lima-and-santiago
Published on 16.06.2021
LATAM and Aeromexico introduce the IATA Travel Pass on international routes
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-aeromexico-iata-travel-pass/
Published on 15.06.2021
LATAM Brasil moves three routes from Congonhas to Guarulhos
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104637-latam-brasil-moves-three-routes-from-congonhas-to-guarulhos
Published on 14.06.2021
LATAM Colombia Recovers Its Schedule to 100%
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/06/12/latam-colombia-recovers-its-schedule-to-100/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=f0712ed518ebce94b5f4fd08cd6cb832c435a560-1623663585-0-AVOJXl56CgHu3Ok6W3-ErcdUhXRrj7xgrJS9HBZndM2Cq7mTT_BCxp_Dt6KXVnxwmLSsdu7989L5sU0kdYjedGgfLD6PZCrfcYpqPfxsIXFJ3lZNnN7VHR01gmLR_MhlEoUKSC1_4Gg1OV9bGdtKXKhfKr3lLHWTIPWDs2lGzSbFr3kNh9yto4Y5a1c4SSePFhm0qo6nlsujExUd6BOxRYGc_6isY-qEZaxA2s3EUQpgAHkoB-wvED3zSeEBdFLeKtOM-yYQvtbCN5uzPMNu1WXBkjQ2oJ1rBET-fzCbd9gw2HTYGbmTqT3hB_Sx73hitJb7MG8KOmVRcSCPp8Ddz7LTW4-_lE-l9Y6jF3MlGLwnidn_znSfzAe-ysYKjMX2nSiIP9vLIcZxPVExK0OYWN5EKfYbUXMqTMqOervzXpIcJy09KBoRPzZnsAKjM-6Qc06ZzjKmohx7SboNnUUijabG64CzaNBhdVgoSo0D-5dUPFli65gByjZRyHH5eUqhbpMXOM1s21XRI-prpSjllBwsPlgdSUlLWWXEwjF0YKuNWo2kIb8EVuYsWiYEySGtR_HXKjRgPqkuqFwSCd0v5p-pEIMoLMCWDArj7Jt45SgQSHrUP2029vUJ3W-rKWS0HCBa7TXV1vStBsr3mlfhRf4GQBIg2kWOatKaNZufGTOxx5H0HnhXt10w2AAc2kViYw
Published on 25.06.2021
LATAM Airlines Group creditors seek to sue Qatar, Delta
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105085-latam-airlines-group-creditors-seek-to-sue-qatar-delta
Published on 24.06.2021
LATAM Airlines will increase flights between Asuncion and Santiago from 01JUL21
Source: https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/06/latam-aumentara-frecuencias-de-vuelos-en-asuncion/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=f5e90f7df3802e973da4ae0485905e685b158a8d-1624624141-0-AV7qykfQPvB4DnPPtu-z2-Jm1RVWcj5Kc_kqtPT9Sp3lXjSeaMQZbeIEgIFQU4g_GwMztz5JJcGYes73_qag1e6Xj77YFPMiCbmfEKDV-F9v-IHOj0p6M-scNN7w6dFflRP3B1joQPGjF7HMv-cAU2yb8-Vci9hJJrMOd414EGamyqGqvpVX4HUcAASK_guuC78LXr2cT4BR2alHlggxI_jOqYLPh2tfuRGoZK1lIJ7EsODqiUavLorZNk6CPKaHlHUwL_ctWs7Er1lxvIw53M6lwggnJYH4eMCunXD50ho-xTHmVOo-r-0JpNot-7meTllKKjFpoPRhjYrEMieKUp5AK8NJQfDQEtNLkLyOcGWtb4Rg_Iz3yFqt9ly45hbU2VCQ3DJnxvfl7nan8PjFctyZI1EXSlJeY_KaanDsgnwRlBV7o7DJHz2pkap1uf0Q9K9qSCyg50jNseuszMmtvsZ6bI7H6QSWyQiL7E7Fz8E4xI4I9vhu-sCv0oZpgEGyYH4ETiOqfigYPO8ts_flqnUvejn7bzidB1YXD6a163o68m4B1zEbqChoFhVQjU4N7SVdAaW_HVbpF9KnYJCS2raGKKz6zZhj0ZssBOIaEZUf2aw94SjYq0D7c4xu6Z6XqlGOw39AiB_mMczjsD7M0rfXoAHpiFiKvNUZDW_cLx_lpqiUfxiTiIDUwTi03_MfKA
Published on 17.06.2021
LATAM Implements a Pilot Health Passport on International Routes from Lima and Santiago
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/press-release/21226998/latam-airlines-group-sa-latam-implements-a-pilot-health-passport-on-international-routes-from-lima-and-santiago
Published on 16.06.2021
LATAM and Aeromexico introduce the IATA Travel Pass on international routes
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-aeromexico-iata-travel-pass/
Published on 15.06.2021
LATAM Brasil moves three routes from Congonhas to Guarulhos
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104637-latam-brasil-moves-three-routes-from-congonhas-to-guarulhos
Published on 14.06.2021
LATAM Colombia Recovers Its Schedule to 100%
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/06/12/latam-colombia-recovers-its-schedule-to-100/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=f0712ed518ebce94b5f4fd08cd6cb832c435a560-1623663585-0-AVOJXl56CgHu3Ok6W3-ErcdUhXRrj7xgrJS9HBZndM2Cq7mTT_BCxp_Dt6KXVnxwmLSsdu7989L5sU0kdYjedGgfLD6PZCrfcYpqPfxsIXFJ3lZNnN7VHR01gmLR_MhlEoUKSC1_4Gg1OV9bGdtKXKhfKr3lLHWTIPWDs2lGzSbFr3kNh9yto4Y5a1c4SSePFhm0qo6nlsujExUd6BOxRYGc_6isY-qEZaxA2s3EUQpgAHkoB-wvED3zSeEBdFLeKtOM-yYQvtbCN5uzPMNu1WXBkjQ2oJ1rBET-fzCbd9gw2HTYGbmTqT3hB_Sx73hitJb7MG8KOmVRcSCPp8Ddz7LTW4-_lE-l9Y6jF3MlGLwnidn_znSfzAe-ysYKjMX2nSiIP9vLIcZxPVExK0OYWN5EKfYbUXMqTMqOervzXpIcJy09KBoRPzZnsAKjM-6Qc06ZzjKmohx7SboNnUUijabG64CzaNBhdVgoSo0D-5dUPFli65gByjZRyHH5eUqhbpMXOM1s21XRI-prpSjllBwsPlgdSUlLWWXEwjF0YKuNWo2kIb8EVuYsWiYEySGtR_HXKjRgPqkuqFwSCd0v5p-pEIMoLMCWDArj7Jt45SgQSHrUP2029vUJ3W-rKWS0HCBa7TXV1vStBsr3mlfhRf4GQBIg2kWOatKaNZufGTOxx5H0HnhXt10w2AAc2kViYw
Published on 10.06.2021
LATAM Airlines seeks extension of deadline for restructuring plan.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-seeks-extension-deadline-restructuring-plan-2021-06-09/
Published on 08.06.2021
LATAM Airlines reduces flights to Miami, other destinations in June because of COVID-19
Source: https://www.infobae.com/economia/2021/06/08/latam-debio-suspender-sus-vuelos-a-miami-que-opciones-tienen-quienes-compraron-pasajes/
Published on 25.06.2021
LATAM Airlines Group creditors seek to sue Qatar, Delta
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105085-latam-airlines-group-creditors-seek-to-sue-qatar-delta
Published on 24.06.2021
LATAM Airlines will increase flights between Asuncion and Santiago from 01JUL21
Source: https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/06/latam-aumentara-frecuencias-de-vuelos-en-asuncion/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=f5e90f7df3802e973da4ae0485905e685b158a8d-1624624141-0-AV7qykfQPvB4DnPPtu-z2-Jm1RVWcj5Kc_kqtPT9Sp3lXjSeaMQZbeIEgIFQU4g_GwMztz5JJcGYes73_qag1e6Xj77YFPMiCbmfEKDV-F9v-IHOj0p6M-scNN7w6dFflRP3B1joQPGjF7HMv-cAU2yb8-Vci9hJJrMOd414EGamyqGqvpVX4HUcAASK_guuC78LXr2cT4BR2alHlggxI_jOqYLPh2tfuRGoZK1lIJ7EsODqiUavLorZNk6CPKaHlHUwL_ctWs7Er1lxvIw53M6lwggnJYH4eMCunXD50ho-xTHmVOo-r-0JpNot-7meTllKKjFpoPRhjYrEMieKUp5AK8NJQfDQEtNLkLyOcGWtb4Rg_Iz3yFqt9ly45hbU2VCQ3DJnxvfl7nan8PjFctyZI1EXSlJeY_KaanDsgnwRlBV7o7DJHz2pkap1uf0Q9K9qSCyg50jNseuszMmtvsZ6bI7H6QSWyQiL7E7Fz8E4xI4I9vhu-sCv0oZpgEGyYH4ETiOqfigYPO8ts_flqnUvejn7bzidB1YXD6a163o68m4B1zEbqChoFhVQjU4N7SVdAaW_HVbpF9KnYJCS2raGKKz6zZhj0ZssBOIaEZUf2aw94SjYq0D7c4xu6Z6XqlGOw39AiB_mMczjsD7M0rfXoAHpiFiKvNUZDW_cLx_lpqiUfxiTiIDUwTi03_MfKA
Published on 17.06.2021
LATAM Implements a Pilot Health Passport on International Routes from Lima and Santiago
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/press-release/21226998/latam-airlines-group-sa-latam-implements-a-pilot-health-passport-on-international-routes-from-lima-and-santiago
Published on 16.06.2021
LATAM and Aeromexico introduce the IATA Travel Pass on international routes
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-aeromexico-iata-travel-pass/
Published on 15.06.2021
LATAM Brasil moves three routes from Congonhas to Guarulhos
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104637-latam-brasil-moves-three-routes-from-congonhas-to-guarulhos
Published on 14.06.2021
LATAM Colombia Recovers Its Schedule to 100%
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/06/12/latam-colombia-recovers-its-schedule-to-100/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=f0712ed518ebce94b5f4fd08cd6cb832c435a560-1623663585-0-AVOJXl56CgHu3Ok6W3-ErcdUhXRrj7xgrJS9HBZndM2Cq7mTT_BCxp_Dt6KXVnxwmLSsdu7989L5sU0kdYjedGgfLD6PZCrfcYpqPfxsIXFJ3lZNnN7VHR01gmLR_MhlEoUKSC1_4Gg1OV9bGdtKXKhfKr3lLHWTIPWDs2lGzSbFr3kNh9yto4Y5a1c4SSePFhm0qo6nlsujExUd6BOxRYGc_6isY-qEZaxA2s3EUQpgAHkoB-wvED3zSeEBdFLeKtOM-yYQvtbCN5uzPMNu1WXBkjQ2oJ1rBET-fzCbd9gw2HTYGbmTqT3hB_Sx73hitJb7MG8KOmVRcSCPp8Ddz7LTW4-_lE-l9Y6jF3MlGLwnidn_znSfzAe-ysYKjMX2nSiIP9vLIcZxPVExK0OYWN5EKfYbUXMqTMqOervzXpIcJy09KBoRPzZnsAKjM-6Qc06ZzjKmohx7SboNnUUijabG64CzaNBhdVgoSo0D-5dUPFli65gByjZRyHH5eUqhbpMXOM1s21XRI-prpSjllBwsPlgdSUlLWWXEwjF0YKuNWo2kIb8EVuYsWiYEySGtR_HXKjRgPqkuqFwSCd0v5p-pEIMoLMCWDArj7Jt45SgQSHrUP2029vUJ3W-rKWS0HCBa7TXV1vStBsr3mlfhRf4GQBIg2kWOatKaNZufGTOxx5H0HnhXt10w2AAc2kViYw
Published on 10.06.2021
LATAM Airlines seeks extension of deadline for restructuring plan.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-seeks-extension-deadline-restructuring-plan-2021-06-09/
Published on 08.06.2021
LATAM Airlines reduces flights to Miami, other destinations in June because of COVID-19
Source: https://www.infobae.com/economia/2021/06/08/latam-debio-suspender-sus-vuelos-a-miami-que-opciones-tienen-quienes-compraron-pasajes/
Published on 25.06.2021
LATAM Airlines Group creditors seek to sue Qatar, Delta
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105085-latam-airlines-group-creditors-seek-to-sue-qatar-delta
Published on 24.06.2021
LATAM Airlines will increase flights between Asuncion and Santiago from 01JUL21
Source: https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/06/latam-aumentara-frecuencias-de-vuelos-en-asuncion/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=f5e90f7df3802e973da4ae0485905e685b158a8d-1624624141-0-AV7qykfQPvB4DnPPtu-z2-Jm1RVWcj5Kc_kqtPT9Sp3lXjSeaMQZbeIEgIFQU4g_GwMztz5JJcGYes73_qag1e6Xj77YFPMiCbmfEKDV-F9v-IHOj0p6M-scNN7w6dFflRP3B1joQPGjF7HMv-cAU2yb8-Vci9hJJrMOd414EGamyqGqvpVX4HUcAASK_guuC78LXr2cT4BR2alHlggxI_jOqYLPh2tfuRGoZK1lIJ7EsODqiUavLorZNk6CPKaHlHUwL_ctWs7Er1lxvIw53M6lwggnJYH4eMCunXD50ho-xTHmVOo-r-0JpNot-7meTllKKjFpoPRhjYrEMieKUp5AK8NJQfDQEtNLkLyOcGWtb4Rg_Iz3yFqt9ly45hbU2VCQ3DJnxvfl7nan8PjFctyZI1EXSlJeY_KaanDsgnwRlBV7o7DJHz2pkap1uf0Q9K9qSCyg50jNseuszMmtvsZ6bI7H6QSWyQiL7E7Fz8E4xI4I9vhu-sCv0oZpgEGyYH4ETiOqfigYPO8ts_flqnUvejn7bzidB1YXD6a163o68m4B1zEbqChoFhVQjU4N7SVdAaW_HVbpF9KnYJCS2raGKKz6zZhj0ZssBOIaEZUf2aw94SjYq0D7c4xu6Z6XqlGOw39AiB_mMczjsD7M0rfXoAHpiFiKvNUZDW_cLx_lpqiUfxiTiIDUwTi03_MfKA
Published on 17.06.2021
LATAM Implements a Pilot Health Passport on International Routes from Lima and Santiago
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/press-release/21226998/latam-airlines-group-sa-latam-implements-a-pilot-health-passport-on-international-routes-from-lima-and-santiago
Published on 16.06.2021
LATAM and Aeromexico introduce the IATA Travel Pass on international routes
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-aeromexico-iata-travel-pass/
Published on 15.06.2021
LATAM Brasil moves three routes from Congonhas to Guarulhos
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104637-latam-brasil-moves-three-routes-from-congonhas-to-guarulhos
Published on 14.06.2021
LATAM Colombia Recovers Its Schedule to 100%
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/06/12/latam-colombia-recovers-its-schedule-to-100/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=f0712ed518ebce94b5f4fd08cd6cb832c435a560-1623663585-0-AVOJXl56CgHu3Ok6W3-ErcdUhXRrj7xgrJS9HBZndM2Cq7mTT_BCxp_Dt6KXVnxwmLSsdu7989L5sU0kdYjedGgfLD6PZCrfcYpqPfxsIXFJ3lZNnN7VHR01gmLR_MhlEoUKSC1_4Gg1OV9bGdtKXKhfKr3lLHWTIPWDs2lGzSbFr3kNh9yto4Y5a1c4SSePFhm0qo6nlsujExUd6BOxRYGc_6isY-qEZaxA2s3EUQpgAHkoB-wvED3zSeEBdFLeKtOM-yYQvtbCN5uzPMNu1WXBkjQ2oJ1rBET-fzCbd9gw2HTYGbmTqT3hB_Sx73hitJb7MG8KOmVRcSCPp8Ddz7LTW4-_lE-l9Y6jF3MlGLwnidn_znSfzAe-ysYKjMX2nSiIP9vLIcZxPVExK0OYWN5EKfYbUXMqTMqOervzXpIcJy09KBoRPzZnsAKjM-6Qc06ZzjKmohx7SboNnUUijabG64CzaNBhdVgoSo0D-5dUPFli65gByjZRyHH5eUqhbpMXOM1s21XRI-prpSjllBwsPlgdSUlLWWXEwjF0YKuNWo2kIb8EVuYsWiYEySGtR_HXKjRgPqkuqFwSCd0v5p-pEIMoLMCWDArj7Jt45SgQSHrUP2029vUJ3W-rKWS0HCBa7TXV1vStBsr3mlfhRf4GQBIg2kWOatKaNZufGTOxx5H0HnhXt10w2AAc2kViYw
Published on 10.06.2021
LATAM Airlines seeks extension of deadline for restructuring plan.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-seeks-extension-deadline-restructuring-plan-2021-06-09/
Published on 08.06.2021
LATAM Airlines reduces flights to Miami, other destinations in June because of COVID-19
Source: https://www.infobae.com/economia/2021/06/08/latam-debio-suspender-sus-vuelos-a-miami-que-opciones-tienen-quienes-compraron-pasajes/
Published on 25.06.2021
LATAM Airlines Group creditors seek to sue Qatar, Delta
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105085-latam-airlines-group-creditors-seek-to-sue-qatar-delta
Published on 24.06.2021
LATAM Airlines will increase flights between Asuncion and Santiago from 01JUL21
Source: https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/06/latam-aumentara-frecuencias-de-vuelos-en-asuncion/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=f5e90f7df3802e973da4ae0485905e685b158a8d-1624624141-0-AV7qykfQPvB4DnPPtu-z2-Jm1RVWcj5Kc_kqtPT9Sp3lXjSeaMQZbeIEgIFQU4g_GwMztz5JJcGYes73_qag1e6Xj77YFPMiCbmfEKDV-F9v-IHOj0p6M-scNN7w6dFflRP3B1joQPGjF7HMv-cAU2yb8-Vci9hJJrMOd414EGamyqGqvpVX4HUcAASK_guuC78LXr2cT4BR2alHlggxI_jOqYLPh2tfuRGoZK1lIJ7EsODqiUavLorZNk6CPKaHlHUwL_ctWs7Er1lxvIw53M6lwggnJYH4eMCunXD50ho-xTHmVOo-r-0JpNot-7meTllKKjFpoPRhjYrEMieKUp5AK8NJQfDQEtNLkLyOcGWtb4Rg_Iz3yFqt9ly45hbU2VCQ3DJnxvfl7nan8PjFctyZI1EXSlJeY_KaanDsgnwRlBV7o7DJHz2pkap1uf0Q9K9qSCyg50jNseuszMmtvsZ6bI7H6QSWyQiL7E7Fz8E4xI4I9vhu-sCv0oZpgEGyYH4ETiOqfigYPO8ts_flqnUvejn7bzidB1YXD6a163o68m4B1zEbqChoFhVQjU4N7SVdAaW_HVbpF9KnYJCS2raGKKz6zZhj0ZssBOIaEZUf2aw94SjYq0D7c4xu6Z6XqlGOw39AiB_mMczjsD7M0rfXoAHpiFiKvNUZDW_cLx_lpqiUfxiTiIDUwTi03_MfKA
Published on 17.06.2021
LATAM Implements a Pilot Health Passport on International Routes from Lima and Santiago
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/press-release/21226998/latam-airlines-group-sa-latam-implements-a-pilot-health-passport-on-international-routes-from-lima-and-santiago
Published on 16.06.2021
LATAM and Aeromexico introduce the IATA Travel Pass on international routes
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-aeromexico-iata-travel-pass/
Published on 15.06.2021
LATAM Brasil moves three routes from Congonhas to Guarulhos
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104637-latam-brasil-moves-three-routes-from-congonhas-to-guarulhos
Published on 14.06.2021
LATAM Colombia Recovers Its Schedule to 100%
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/06/12/latam-colombia-recovers-its-schedule-to-100/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=f0712ed518ebce94b5f4fd08cd6cb832c435a560-1623663585-0-AVOJXl56CgHu3Ok6W3-ErcdUhXRrj7xgrJS9HBZndM2Cq7mTT_BCxp_Dt6KXVnxwmLSsdu7989L5sU0kdYjedGgfLD6PZCrfcYpqPfxsIXFJ3lZNnN7VHR01gmLR_MhlEoUKSC1_4Gg1OV9bGdtKXKhfKr3lLHWTIPWDs2lGzSbFr3kNh9yto4Y5a1c4SSePFhm0qo6nlsujExUd6BOxRYGc_6isY-qEZaxA2s3EUQpgAHkoB-wvED3zSeEBdFLeKtOM-yYQvtbCN5uzPMNu1WXBkjQ2oJ1rBET-fzCbd9gw2HTYGbmTqT3hB_Sx73hitJb7MG8KOmVRcSCPp8Ddz7LTW4-_lE-l9Y6jF3MlGLwnidn_znSfzAe-ysYKjMX2nSiIP9vLIcZxPVExK0OYWN5EKfYbUXMqTMqOervzXpIcJy09KBoRPzZnsAKjM-6Qc06ZzjKmohx7SboNnUUijabG64CzaNBhdVgoSo0D-5dUPFli65gByjZRyHH5eUqhbpMXOM1s21XRI-prpSjllBwsPlgdSUlLWWXEwjF0YKuNWo2kIb8EVuYsWiYEySGtR_HXKjRgPqkuqFwSCd0v5p-pEIMoLMCWDArj7Jt45SgQSHrUP2029vUJ3W-rKWS0HCBa7TXV1vStBsr3mlfhRf4GQBIg2kWOatKaNZufGTOxx5H0HnhXt10w2AAc2kViYw
Published on 10.06.2021
LATAM Airlines seeks extension of deadline for restructuring plan.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-seeks-extension-deadline-restructuring-plan-2021-06-09/
Published on 08.06.2021
LATAM Airlines reduces flights to Miami, other destinations in June because of COVID-19
Source: https://www.infobae.com/economia/2021/06/08/latam-debio-suspender-sus-vuelos-a-miami-que-opciones-tienen-quienes-compraron-pasajes/
Published on 25.06.2021
LATAM Airlines Group creditors seek to sue Qatar, Delta
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105085-latam-airlines-group-creditors-seek-to-sue-qatar-delta
Published on 24.06.2021
LATAM Airlines will increase flights between Asuncion and Santiago from 01JUL21
Source: https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/06/latam-aumentara-frecuencias-de-vuelos-en-asuncion/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=f5e90f7df3802e973da4ae0485905e685b158a8d-1624624141-0-AV7qykfQPvB4DnPPtu-z2-Jm1RVWcj5Kc_kqtPT9Sp3lXjSeaMQZbeIEgIFQU4g_GwMztz5JJcGYes73_qag1e6Xj77YFPMiCbmfEKDV-F9v-IHOj0p6M-scNN7w6dFflRP3B1joQPGjF7HMv-cAU2yb8-Vci9hJJrMOd414EGamyqGqvpVX4HUcAASK_guuC78LXr2cT4BR2alHlggxI_jOqYLPh2tfuRGoZK1lIJ7EsODqiUavLorZNk6CPKaHlHUwL_ctWs7Er1lxvIw53M6lwggnJYH4eMCunXD50ho-xTHmVOo-r-0JpNot-7meTllKKjFpoPRhjYrEMieKUp5AK8NJQfDQEtNLkLyOcGWtb4Rg_Iz3yFqt9ly45hbU2VCQ3DJnxvfl7nan8PjFctyZI1EXSlJeY_KaanDsgnwRlBV7o7DJHz2pkap1uf0Q9K9qSCyg50jNseuszMmtvsZ6bI7H6QSWyQiL7E7Fz8E4xI4I9vhu-sCv0oZpgEGyYH4ETiOqfigYPO8ts_flqnUvejn7bzidB1YXD6a163o68m4B1zEbqChoFhVQjU4N7SVdAaW_HVbpF9KnYJCS2raGKKz6zZhj0ZssBOIaEZUf2aw94SjYq0D7c4xu6Z6XqlGOw39AiB_mMczjsD7M0rfXoAHpiFiKvNUZDW_cLx_lpqiUfxiTiIDUwTi03_MfKA
Published on 17.06.2021
LATAM Implements a Pilot Health Passport on International Routes from Lima and Santiago
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/press-release/21226998/latam-airlines-group-sa-latam-implements-a-pilot-health-passport-on-international-routes-from-lima-and-santiago
Published on 16.06.2021
LATAM and Aeromexico introduce the IATA Travel Pass on international routes
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-aeromexico-iata-travel-pass/
Published on 15.06.2021
LATAM Brasil moves three routes from Congonhas to Guarulhos
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104637-latam-brasil-moves-three-routes-from-congonhas-to-guarulhos
Published on 14.06.2021
LATAM Colombia Recovers Its Schedule to 100%
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/06/12/latam-colombia-recovers-its-schedule-to-100/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=f0712ed518ebce94b5f4fd08cd6cb832c435a560-1623663585-0-AVOJXl56CgHu3Ok6W3-ErcdUhXRrj7xgrJS9HBZndM2Cq7mTT_BCxp_Dt6KXVnxwmLSsdu7989L5sU0kdYjedGgfLD6PZCrfcYpqPfxsIXFJ3lZNnN7VHR01gmLR_MhlEoUKSC1_4Gg1OV9bGdtKXKhfKr3lLHWTIPWDs2lGzSbFr3kNh9yto4Y5a1c4SSePFhm0qo6nlsujExUd6BOxRYGc_6isY-qEZaxA2s3EUQpgAHkoB-wvED3zSeEBdFLeKtOM-yYQvtbCN5uzPMNu1WXBkjQ2oJ1rBET-fzCbd9gw2HTYGbmTqT3hB_Sx73hitJb7MG8KOmVRcSCPp8Ddz7LTW4-_lE-l9Y6jF3MlGLwnidn_znSfzAe-ysYKjMX2nSiIP9vLIcZxPVExK0OYWN5EKfYbUXMqTMqOervzXpIcJy09KBoRPzZnsAKjM-6Qc06ZzjKmohx7SboNnUUijabG64CzaNBhdVgoSo0D-5dUPFli65gByjZRyHH5eUqhbpMXOM1s21XRI-prpSjllBwsPlgdSUlLWWXEwjF0YKuNWo2kIb8EVuYsWiYEySGtR_HXKjRgPqkuqFwSCd0v5p-pEIMoLMCWDArj7Jt45SgQSHrUP2029vUJ3W-rKWS0HCBa7TXV1vStBsr3mlfhRf4GQBIg2kWOatKaNZufGTOxx5H0HnhXt10w2AAc2kViYw
Published on 10.06.2021
LATAM Airlines seeks extension of deadline for restructuring plan.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-seeks-extension-deadline-restructuring-plan-2021-06-09/
Published on 08.06.2021
LATAM Airlines reduces flights to Miami, other destinations in June because of COVID-19
Source: https://www.infobae.com/economia/2021/06/08/latam-debio-suspender-sus-vuelos-a-miami-que-opciones-tienen-quienes-compraron-pasajes/
Published on 25.06.2021
LATAM Airlines Group creditors seek to sue Qatar, Delta
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105085-latam-airlines-group-creditors-seek-to-sue-qatar-delta
Published on 24.06.2021
LATAM Airlines will increase flights between Asuncion and Santiago from 01JUL21
Source: https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/06/latam-aumentara-frecuencias-de-vuelos-en-asuncion/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=f5e90f7df3802e973da4ae0485905e685b158a8d-1624624141-0-AV7qykfQPvB4DnPPtu-z2-Jm1RVWcj5Kc_kqtPT9Sp3lXjSeaMQZbeIEgIFQU4g_GwMztz5JJcGYes73_qag1e6Xj77YFPMiCbmfEKDV-F9v-IHOj0p6M-scNN7w6dFflRP3B1joQPGjF7HMv-cAU2yb8-Vci9hJJrMOd414EGamyqGqvpVX4HUcAASK_guuC78LXr2cT4BR2alHlggxI_jOqYLPh2tfuRGoZK1lIJ7EsODqiUavLorZNk6CPKaHlHUwL_ctWs7Er1lxvIw53M6lwggnJYH4eMCunXD50ho-xTHmVOo-r-0JpNot-7meTllKKjFpoPRhjYrEMieKUp5AK8NJQfDQEtNLkLyOcGWtb4Rg_Iz3yFqt9ly45hbU2VCQ3DJnxvfl7nan8PjFctyZI1EXSlJeY_KaanDsgnwRlBV7o7DJHz2pkap1uf0Q9K9qSCyg50jNseuszMmtvsZ6bI7H6QSWyQiL7E7Fz8E4xI4I9vhu-sCv0oZpgEGyYH4ETiOqfigYPO8ts_flqnUvejn7bzidB1YXD6a163o68m4B1zEbqChoFhVQjU4N7SVdAaW_HVbpF9KnYJCS2raGKKz6zZhj0ZssBOIaEZUf2aw94SjYq0D7c4xu6Z6XqlGOw39AiB_mMczjsD7M0rfXoAHpiFiKvNUZDW_cLx_lpqiUfxiTiIDUwTi03_MfKA
Published on 17.06.2021
LATAM Implements a Pilot Health Passport on International Routes from Lima and Santiago
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/press-release/21226998/latam-airlines-group-sa-latam-implements-a-pilot-health-passport-on-international-routes-from-lima-and-santiago
Published on 16.06.2021
LATAM and Aeromexico introduce the IATA Travel Pass on international routes
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-aeromexico-iata-travel-pass/
Published on 15.06.2021
LATAM Brasil moves three routes from Congonhas to Guarulhos
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104637-latam-brasil-moves-three-routes-from-congonhas-to-guarulhos
Published on 14.06.2021
LATAM Colombia Recovers Its Schedule to 100%
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/06/12/latam-colombia-recovers-its-schedule-to-100/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=f0712ed518ebce94b5f4fd08cd6cb832c435a560-1623663585-0-AVOJXl56CgHu3Ok6W3-ErcdUhXRrj7xgrJS9HBZndM2Cq7mTT_BCxp_Dt6KXVnxwmLSsdu7989L5sU0kdYjedGgfLD6PZCrfcYpqPfxsIXFJ3lZNnN7VHR01gmLR_MhlEoUKSC1_4Gg1OV9bGdtKXKhfKr3lLHWTIPWDs2lGzSbFr3kNh9yto4Y5a1c4SSePFhm0qo6nlsujExUd6BOxRYGc_6isY-qEZaxA2s3EUQpgAHkoB-wvED3zSeEBdFLeKtOM-yYQvtbCN5uzPMNu1WXBkjQ2oJ1rBET-fzCbd9gw2HTYGbmTqT3hB_Sx73hitJb7MG8KOmVRcSCPp8Ddz7LTW4-_lE-l9Y6jF3MlGLwnidn_znSfzAe-ysYKjMX2nSiIP9vLIcZxPVExK0OYWN5EKfYbUXMqTMqOervzXpIcJy09KBoRPzZnsAKjM-6Qc06ZzjKmohx7SboNnUUijabG64CzaNBhdVgoSo0D-5dUPFli65gByjZRyHH5eUqhbpMXOM1s21XRI-prpSjllBwsPlgdSUlLWWXEwjF0YKuNWo2kIb8EVuYsWiYEySGtR_HXKjRgPqkuqFwSCd0v5p-pEIMoLMCWDArj7Jt45SgQSHrUP2029vUJ3W-rKWS0HCBa7TXV1vStBsr3mlfhRf4GQBIg2kWOatKaNZufGTOxx5H0HnhXt10w2AAc2kViYw
Published on 10.06.2021
LATAM Airlines seeks extension of deadline for restructuring plan.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-seeks-extension-deadline-restructuring-plan-2021-06-09/
Published on 08.06.2021
LATAM Airlines reduces flights to Miami, other destinations in June because of COVID-19
Source: https://www.infobae.com/economia/2021/06/08/latam-debio-suspender-sus-vuelos-a-miami-que-opciones-tienen-quienes-compraron-pasajes/
Published on 25.06.2021
LATAM Airlines Group creditors seek to sue Qatar, Delta
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105085-latam-airlines-group-creditors-seek-to-sue-qatar-delta
Published on 24.06.2021
LATAM Airlines will increase flights between Asuncion and Santiago from 01JUL21
Source: https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/06/latam-aumentara-frecuencias-de-vuelos-en-asuncion/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=f5e90f7df3802e973da4ae0485905e685b158a8d-1624624141-0-AV7qykfQPvB4DnPPtu-z2-Jm1RVWcj5Kc_kqtPT9Sp3lXjSeaMQZbeIEgIFQU4g_GwMztz5JJcGYes73_qag1e6Xj77YFPMiCbmfEKDV-F9v-IHOj0p6M-scNN7w6dFflRP3B1joQPGjF7HMv-cAU2yb8-Vci9hJJrMOd414EGamyqGqvpVX4HUcAASK_guuC78LXr2cT4BR2alHlggxI_jOqYLPh2tfuRGoZK1lIJ7EsODqiUavLorZNk6CPKaHlHUwL_ctWs7Er1lxvIw53M6lwggnJYH4eMCunXD50ho-xTHmVOo-r-0JpNot-7meTllKKjFpoPRhjYrEMieKUp5AK8NJQfDQEtNLkLyOcGWtb4Rg_Iz3yFqt9ly45hbU2VCQ3DJnxvfl7nan8PjFctyZI1EXSlJeY_KaanDsgnwRlBV7o7DJHz2pkap1uf0Q9K9qSCyg50jNseuszMmtvsZ6bI7H6QSWyQiL7E7Fz8E4xI4I9vhu-sCv0oZpgEGyYH4ETiOqfigYPO8ts_flqnUvejn7bzidB1YXD6a163o68m4B1zEbqChoFhVQjU4N7SVdAaW_HVbpF9KnYJCS2raGKKz6zZhj0ZssBOIaEZUf2aw94SjYq0D7c4xu6Z6XqlGOw39AiB_mMczjsD7M0rfXoAHpiFiKvNUZDW_cLx_lpqiUfxiTiIDUwTi03_MfKA
Published on 17.06.2021
LATAM Implements a Pilot Health Passport on International Routes from Lima and Santiago
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/press-release/21226998/latam-airlines-group-sa-latam-implements-a-pilot-health-passport-on-international-routes-from-lima-and-santiago
Published on 16.06.2021
LATAM and Aeromexico introduce the IATA Travel Pass on international routes
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-aeromexico-iata-travel-pass/
Published on 15.06.2021
LATAM Brasil moves three routes from Congonhas to Guarulhos
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104637-latam-brasil-moves-three-routes-from-congonhas-to-guarulhos
Published on 14.06.2021
LATAM Colombia Recovers Its Schedule to 100%
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/06/12/latam-colombia-recovers-its-schedule-to-100/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=f0712ed518ebce94b5f4fd08cd6cb832c435a560-1623663585-0-AVOJXl56CgHu3Ok6W3-ErcdUhXRrj7xgrJS9HBZndM2Cq7mTT_BCxp_Dt6KXVnxwmLSsdu7989L5sU0kdYjedGgfLD6PZCrfcYpqPfxsIXFJ3lZNnN7VHR01gmLR_MhlEoUKSC1_4Gg1OV9bGdtKXKhfKr3lLHWTIPWDs2lGzSbFr3kNh9yto4Y5a1c4SSePFhm0qo6nlsujExUd6BOxRYGc_6isY-qEZaxA2s3EUQpgAHkoB-wvED3zSeEBdFLeKtOM-yYQvtbCN5uzPMNu1WXBkjQ2oJ1rBET-fzCbd9gw2HTYGbmTqT3hB_Sx73hitJb7MG8KOmVRcSCPp8Ddz7LTW4-_lE-l9Y6jF3MlGLwnidn_znSfzAe-ysYKjMX2nSiIP9vLIcZxPVExK0OYWN5EKfYbUXMqTMqOervzXpIcJy09KBoRPzZnsAKjM-6Qc06ZzjKmohx7SboNnUUijabG64CzaNBhdVgoSo0D-5dUPFli65gByjZRyHH5eUqhbpMXOM1s21XRI-prpSjllBwsPlgdSUlLWWXEwjF0YKuNWo2kIb8EVuYsWiYEySGtR_HXKjRgPqkuqFwSCd0v5p-pEIMoLMCWDArj7Jt45SgQSHrUP2029vUJ3W-rKWS0HCBa7TXV1vStBsr3mlfhRf4GQBIg2kWOatKaNZufGTOxx5H0HnhXt10w2AAc2kViYw
Published on 10.06.2021
LATAM Airlines seeks extension of deadline for restructuring plan.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-seeks-extension-deadline-restructuring-plan-2021-06-09/
Published on 08.06.2021
LATAM Airlines reduces flights to Miami, other destinations in June because of COVID-19
Source: https://www.infobae.com/economia/2021/06/08/latam-debio-suspender-sus-vuelos-a-miami-que-opciones-tienen-quienes-compraron-pasajes/
Published on 25.06.2021
LATAM Airlines Group creditors seek to sue Qatar, Delta
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105085-latam-airlines-group-creditors-seek-to-sue-qatar-delta
Published on 24.06.2021
LATAM Airlines will increase flights between Asuncion and Santiago from 01JUL21
Source: https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/06/latam-aumentara-frecuencias-de-vuelos-en-asuncion/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=f5e90f7df3802e973da4ae0485905e685b158a8d-1624624141-0-AV7qykfQPvB4DnPPtu-z2-Jm1RVWcj5Kc_kqtPT9Sp3lXjSeaMQZbeIEgIFQU4g_GwMztz5JJcGYes73_qag1e6Xj77YFPMiCbmfEKDV-F9v-IHOj0p6M-scNN7w6dFflRP3B1joQPGjF7HMv-cAU2yb8-Vci9hJJrMOd414EGamyqGqvpVX4HUcAASK_guuC78LXr2cT4BR2alHlggxI_jOqYLPh2tfuRGoZK1lIJ7EsODqiUavLorZNk6CPKaHlHUwL_ctWs7Er1lxvIw53M6lwggnJYH4eMCunXD50ho-xTHmVOo-r-0JpNot-7meTllKKjFpoPRhjYrEMieKUp5AK8NJQfDQEtNLkLyOcGWtb4Rg_Iz3yFqt9ly45hbU2VCQ3DJnxvfl7nan8PjFctyZI1EXSlJeY_KaanDsgnwRlBV7o7DJHz2pkap1uf0Q9K9qSCyg50jNseuszMmtvsZ6bI7H6QSWyQiL7E7Fz8E4xI4I9vhu-sCv0oZpgEGyYH4ETiOqfigYPO8ts_flqnUvejn7bzidB1YXD6a163o68m4B1zEbqChoFhVQjU4N7SVdAaW_HVbpF9KnYJCS2raGKKz6zZhj0ZssBOIaEZUf2aw94SjYq0D7c4xu6Z6XqlGOw39AiB_mMczjsD7M0rfXoAHpiFiKvNUZDW_cLx_lpqiUfxiTiIDUwTi03_MfKA
Published on 17.06.2021
LATAM Implements a Pilot Health Passport on International Routes from Lima and Santiago
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/press-release/21226998/latam-airlines-group-sa-latam-implements-a-pilot-health-passport-on-international-routes-from-lima-and-santiago
Published on 16.06.2021
LATAM and Aeromexico introduce the IATA Travel Pass on international routes
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-aeromexico-iata-travel-pass/
Published on 15.06.2021
LATAM Brasil moves three routes from Congonhas to Guarulhos
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104637-latam-brasil-moves-three-routes-from-congonhas-to-guarulhos
Published on 14.06.2021
LATAM Colombia Recovers Its Schedule to 100%
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/06/12/latam-colombia-recovers-its-schedule-to-100/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=f0712ed518ebce94b5f4fd08cd6cb832c435a560-1623663585-0-AVOJXl56CgHu3Ok6W3-ErcdUhXRrj7xgrJS9HBZndM2Cq7mTT_BCxp_Dt6KXVnxwmLSsdu7989L5sU0kdYjedGgfLD6PZCrfcYpqPfxsIXFJ3lZNnN7VHR01gmLR_MhlEoUKSC1_4Gg1OV9bGdtKXKhfKr3lLHWTIPWDs2lGzSbFr3kNh9yto4Y5a1c4SSePFhm0qo6nlsujExUd6BOxRYGc_6isY-qEZaxA2s3EUQpgAHkoB-wvED3zSeEBdFLeKtOM-yYQvtbCN5uzPMNu1WXBkjQ2oJ1rBET-fzCbd9gw2HTYGbmTqT3hB_Sx73hitJb7MG8KOmVRcSCPp8Ddz7LTW4-_lE-l9Y6jF3MlGLwnidn_znSfzAe-ysYKjMX2nSiIP9vLIcZxPVExK0OYWN5EKfYbUXMqTMqOervzXpIcJy09KBoRPzZnsAKjM-6Qc06ZzjKmohx7SboNnUUijabG64CzaNBhdVgoSo0D-5dUPFli65gByjZRyHH5eUqhbpMXOM1s21XRI-prpSjllBwsPlgdSUlLWWXEwjF0YKuNWo2kIb8EVuYsWiYEySGtR_HXKjRgPqkuqFwSCd0v5p-pEIMoLMCWDArj7Jt45SgQSHrUP2029vUJ3W-rKWS0HCBa7TXV1vStBsr3mlfhRf4GQBIg2kWOatKaNZufGTOxx5H0HnhXt10w2AAc2kViYw
Published on 10.06.2021
LATAM Airlines seeks extension of deadline for restructuring plan.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-seeks-extension-deadline-restructuring-plan-2021-06-09/
Published on 08.06.2021
LATAM Airlines reduces flights to Miami, other destinations in June because of COVID-19
Source: https://www.infobae.com/economia/2021/06/08/latam-debio-suspender-sus-vuelos-a-miami-que-opciones-tienen-quienes-compraron-pasajes/
Published on 25.06.2021
LATAM Airlines Group creditors seek to sue Qatar, Delta
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105085-latam-airlines-group-creditors-seek-to-sue-qatar-delta
Published on 24.06.2021
LATAM Airlines will increase flights between Asuncion and Santiago from 01JUL21
Source: https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/06/latam-aumentara-frecuencias-de-vuelos-en-asuncion/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=f5e90f7df3802e973da4ae0485905e685b158a8d-1624624141-0-AV7qykfQPvB4DnPPtu-z2-Jm1RVWcj5Kc_kqtPT9Sp3lXjSeaMQZbeIEgIFQU4g_GwMztz5JJcGYes73_qag1e6Xj77YFPMiCbmfEKDV-F9v-IHOj0p6M-scNN7w6dFflRP3B1joQPGjF7HMv-cAU2yb8-Vci9hJJrMOd414EGamyqGqvpVX4HUcAASK_guuC78LXr2cT4BR2alHlggxI_jOqYLPh2tfuRGoZK1lIJ7EsODqiUavLorZNk6CPKaHlHUwL_ctWs7Er1lxvIw53M6lwggnJYH4eMCunXD50ho-xTHmVOo-r-0JpNot-7meTllKKjFpoPRhjYrEMieKUp5AK8NJQfDQEtNLkLyOcGWtb4Rg_Iz3yFqt9ly45hbU2VCQ3DJnxvfl7nan8PjFctyZI1EXSlJeY_KaanDsgnwRlBV7o7DJHz2pkap1uf0Q9K9qSCyg50jNseuszMmtvsZ6bI7H6QSWyQiL7E7Fz8E4xI4I9vhu-sCv0oZpgEGyYH4ETiOqfigYPO8ts_flqnUvejn7bzidB1YXD6a163o68m4B1zEbqChoFhVQjU4N7SVdAaW_HVbpF9KnYJCS2raGKKz6zZhj0ZssBOIaEZUf2aw94SjYq0D7c4xu6Z6XqlGOw39AiB_mMczjsD7M0rfXoAHpiFiKvNUZDW_cLx_lpqiUfxiTiIDUwTi03_MfKA
Published on 17.06.2021
LATAM Implements a Pilot Health Passport on International Routes from Lima and Santiago
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/press-release/21226998/latam-airlines-group-sa-latam-implements-a-pilot-health-passport-on-international-routes-from-lima-and-santiago
Published on 16.06.2021
LATAM and Aeromexico introduce the IATA Travel Pass on international routes
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-aeromexico-iata-travel-pass/
Published on 15.06.2021
LATAM Brasil moves three routes from Congonhas to Guarulhos
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104637-latam-brasil-moves-three-routes-from-congonhas-to-guarulhos
Published on 14.06.2021
LATAM Colombia Recovers Its Schedule to 100%
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/06/12/latam-colombia-recovers-its-schedule-to-100/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=f0712ed518ebce94b5f4fd08cd6cb832c435a560-1623663585-0-AVOJXl56CgHu3Ok6W3-ErcdUhXRrj7xgrJS9HBZndM2Cq7mTT_BCxp_Dt6KXVnxwmLSsdu7989L5sU0kdYjedGgfLD6PZCrfcYpqPfxsIXFJ3lZNnN7VHR01gmLR_MhlEoUKSC1_4Gg1OV9bGdtKXKhfKr3lLHWTIPWDs2lGzSbFr3kNh9yto4Y5a1c4SSePFhm0qo6nlsujExUd6BOxRYGc_6isY-qEZaxA2s3EUQpgAHkoB-wvED3zSeEBdFLeKtOM-yYQvtbCN5uzPMNu1WXBkjQ2oJ1rBET-fzCbd9gw2HTYGbmTqT3hB_Sx73hitJb7MG8KOmVRcSCPp8Ddz7LTW4-_lE-l9Y6jF3MlGLwnidn_znSfzAe-ysYKjMX2nSiIP9vLIcZxPVExK0OYWN5EKfYbUXMqTMqOervzXpIcJy09KBoRPzZnsAKjM-6Qc06ZzjKmohx7SboNnUUijabG64CzaNBhdVgoSo0D-5dUPFli65gByjZRyHH5eUqhbpMXOM1s21XRI-prpSjllBwsPlgdSUlLWWXEwjF0YKuNWo2kIb8EVuYsWiYEySGtR_HXKjRgPqkuqFwSCd0v5p-pEIMoLMCWDArj7Jt45SgQSHrUP2029vUJ3W-rKWS0HCBa7TXV1vStBsr3mlfhRf4GQBIg2kWOatKaNZufGTOxx5H0HnhXt10w2AAc2kViYw
Published on 10.06.2021
LATAM Airlines seeks extension of deadline for restructuring plan.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-seeks-extension-deadline-restructuring-plan-2021-06-09/
Published on 08.06.2021
LATAM Airlines reduces flights to Miami, other destinations in June because of COVID-19
Source: https://www.infobae.com/economia/2021/06/08/latam-debio-suspender-sus-vuelos-a-miami-que-opciones-tienen-quienes-compraron-pasajes/
Published on 11.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil to resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 04JUN21, and increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-MAY21.
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e086f06e715efd1a818a79b31397eab95e8b70f4-1620744592-0-Abd689p7Ny7hYtR-olnmp3uEDSTD9yldXECJ1EbNNBGyfglHA8al3H7MqE192RSPj_JyZoKejzRvFbLcf0X4aj_z42hATdTysISy-pLLK4KMv_n5NpvAfKfQ-n1MINAbOeBSODppWj5cE2OYIE4BrLbhenvVX9Umj4SA5FADmPz2CmVGyd9mrlILSwu69-Mta1YkWhteBcpdUbSiE12YC-z7OfYfGvM0Uwx170oAFyOMPLf6AfS7JRVkgGV5YOJ3ZRAdmNLVZnrHCWPUCnpUwKyFV-5273hgGOr3redE19JoM7xS8av5uodwVlcD3F3DGgDhU2U2kqcm1mdmGXcnve_Z1khjsVZ8HxdhetDZOC6rz5kw1ThBMnKhPu4MbnbeD9R1GfARtfwYI0iPe5H0-oWy21R81TBhE_q1-IfHnnXJEZb4mlgErGfQMRui7v1xmbusO8dRADdLbnmu-ahmmR7lJNr7k2Yj5XIzUybJyjvNzPGAyTE85jD_rka3yGksa0MCi-xrZLIIfhGtitrbSZ1buCc8pNZXkWzXazHfO5ABtIPeO19BIen23gfILb3VpFaqoBgNWFdf5nyshyMXYrgq4Sc_qAtYG5saKwK7uAWorPWv7d1-pgo1UG0XpT1rn5fsKB1FsxVD_GVn9pcsXQRe_4vqUrN5frE-hxPcWIzBQNv_HQE_vVXvlSaO-KuDUMUf5Sq4AJIbnx6rQNDPIbycePAOGPQTMfWguvBBlNDq
Published on 10.05.2021
Peruvian government extends suspension of flights from Brazil, India, South Africa and U.K. until 30 May
Source: https://bcdtravel.intelliguide.com/Alert/AlertExternal.aspx?id=eff978b2dc2243fca59904e1e69b64b7%22
Published on 07.05.2021
LATAM Airlines says demand for U.S. travel rising on vaccine tourism.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-says-demand-us-travel-rising-vaccine-tourism-2021-05-07/
Published on 25.06.2021
LATAM Airlines Group creditors seek to sue Qatar, Delta
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105085-latam-airlines-group-creditors-seek-to-sue-qatar-delta
Published on 24.06.2021
LATAM Airlines will increase flights between Asuncion and Santiago from 01JUL21
Source: https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/06/latam-aumentara-frecuencias-de-vuelos-en-asuncion/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=f5e90f7df3802e973da4ae0485905e685b158a8d-1624624141-0-AV7qykfQPvB4DnPPtu-z2-Jm1RVWcj5Kc_kqtPT9Sp3lXjSeaMQZbeIEgIFQU4g_GwMztz5JJcGYes73_qag1e6Xj77YFPMiCbmfEKDV-F9v-IHOj0p6M-scNN7w6dFflRP3B1joQPGjF7HMv-cAU2yb8-Vci9hJJrMOd414EGamyqGqvpVX4HUcAASK_guuC78LXr2cT4BR2alHlggxI_jOqYLPh2tfuRGoZK1lIJ7EsODqiUavLorZNk6CPKaHlHUwL_ctWs7Er1lxvIw53M6lwggnJYH4eMCunXD50ho-xTHmVOo-r-0JpNot-7meTllKKjFpoPRhjYrEMieKUp5AK8NJQfDQEtNLkLyOcGWtb4Rg_Iz3yFqt9ly45hbU2VCQ3DJnxvfl7nan8PjFctyZI1EXSlJeY_KaanDsgnwRlBV7o7DJHz2pkap1uf0Q9K9qSCyg50jNseuszMmtvsZ6bI7H6QSWyQiL7E7Fz8E4xI4I9vhu-sCv0oZpgEGyYH4ETiOqfigYPO8ts_flqnUvejn7bzidB1YXD6a163o68m4B1zEbqChoFhVQjU4N7SVdAaW_HVbpF9KnYJCS2raGKKz6zZhj0ZssBOIaEZUf2aw94SjYq0D7c4xu6Z6XqlGOw39AiB_mMczjsD7M0rfXoAHpiFiKvNUZDW_cLx_lpqiUfxiTiIDUwTi03_MfKA
Published on 17.06.2021
LATAM Implements a Pilot Health Passport on International Routes from Lima and Santiago
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/press-release/21226998/latam-airlines-group-sa-latam-implements-a-pilot-health-passport-on-international-routes-from-lima-and-santiago
Published on 16.06.2021
LATAM and Aeromexico introduce the IATA Travel Pass on international routes
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-aeromexico-iata-travel-pass/
Published on 15.06.2021
LATAM Brasil moves three routes from Congonhas to Guarulhos
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104637-latam-brasil-moves-three-routes-from-congonhas-to-guarulhos
Published on 14.06.2021
LATAM Colombia Recovers Its Schedule to 100%
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/06/12/latam-colombia-recovers-its-schedule-to-100/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=f0712ed518ebce94b5f4fd08cd6cb832c435a560-1623663585-0-AVOJXl56CgHu3Ok6W3-ErcdUhXRrj7xgrJS9HBZndM2Cq7mTT_BCxp_Dt6KXVnxwmLSsdu7989L5sU0kdYjedGgfLD6PZCrfcYpqPfxsIXFJ3lZNnN7VHR01gmLR_MhlEoUKSC1_4Gg1OV9bGdtKXKhfKr3lLHWTIPWDs2lGzSbFr3kNh9yto4Y5a1c4SSePFhm0qo6nlsujExUd6BOxRYGc_6isY-qEZaxA2s3EUQpgAHkoB-wvED3zSeEBdFLeKtOM-yYQvtbCN5uzPMNu1WXBkjQ2oJ1rBET-fzCbd9gw2HTYGbmTqT3hB_Sx73hitJb7MG8KOmVRcSCPp8Ddz7LTW4-_lE-l9Y6jF3MlGLwnidn_znSfzAe-ysYKjMX2nSiIP9vLIcZxPVExK0OYWN5EKfYbUXMqTMqOervzXpIcJy09KBoRPzZnsAKjM-6Qc06ZzjKmohx7SboNnUUijabG64CzaNBhdVgoSo0D-5dUPFli65gByjZRyHH5eUqhbpMXOM1s21XRI-prpSjllBwsPlgdSUlLWWXEwjF0YKuNWo2kIb8EVuYsWiYEySGtR_HXKjRgPqkuqFwSCd0v5p-pEIMoLMCWDArj7Jt45SgQSHrUP2029vUJ3W-rKWS0HCBa7TXV1vStBsr3mlfhRf4GQBIg2kWOatKaNZufGTOxx5H0HnhXt10w2AAc2kViYw
Published on 10.06.2021
LATAM Airlines seeks extension of deadline for restructuring plan.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-seeks-extension-deadline-restructuring-plan-2021-06-09/
Published on 08.06.2021
LATAM Airlines reduces flights to Miami, other destinations in June because of COVID-19
Source: https://www.infobae.com/economia/2021/06/08/latam-debio-suspender-sus-vuelos-a-miami-que-opciones-tienen-quienes-compraron-pasajes/
Published on 11.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil to resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 04JUN21, and increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-MAY21.
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e086f06e715efd1a818a79b31397eab95e8b70f4-1620744592-0-Abd689p7Ny7hYtR-olnmp3uEDSTD9yldXECJ1EbNNBGyfglHA8al3H7MqE192RSPj_JyZoKejzRvFbLcf0X4aj_z42hATdTysISy-pLLK4KMv_n5NpvAfKfQ-n1MINAbOeBSODppWj5cE2OYIE4BrLbhenvVX9Umj4SA5FADmPz2CmVGyd9mrlILSwu69-Mta1YkWhteBcpdUbSiE12YC-z7OfYfGvM0Uwx170oAFyOMPLf6AfS7JRVkgGV5YOJ3ZRAdmNLVZnrHCWPUCnpUwKyFV-5273hgGOr3redE19JoM7xS8av5uodwVlcD3F3DGgDhU2U2kqcm1mdmGXcnve_Z1khjsVZ8HxdhetDZOC6rz5kw1ThBMnKhPu4MbnbeD9R1GfARtfwYI0iPe5H0-oWy21R81TBhE_q1-IfHnnXJEZb4mlgErGfQMRui7v1xmbusO8dRADdLbnmu-ahmmR7lJNr7k2Yj5XIzUybJyjvNzPGAyTE85jD_rka3yGksa0MCi-xrZLIIfhGtitrbSZ1buCc8pNZXkWzXazHfO5ABtIPeO19BIen23gfILb3VpFaqoBgNWFdf5nyshyMXYrgq4Sc_qAtYG5saKwK7uAWorPWv7d1-pgo1UG0XpT1rn5fsKB1FsxVD_GVn9pcsXQRe_4vqUrN5frE-hxPcWIzBQNv_HQE_vVXvlSaO-KuDUMUf5Sq4AJIbnx6rQNDPIbycePAOGPQTMfWguvBBlNDq
Published on 10.05.2021
Peruvian government extends suspension of flights from Brazil, India, South Africa and U.K. until 30 May
Source: https://bcdtravel.intelliguide.com/Alert/AlertExternal.aspx?id=eff978b2dc2243fca59904e1e69b64b7%22
Published on 07.05.2021
LATAM Airlines says demand for U.S. travel rising on vaccine tourism.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-says-demand-us-travel-rising-vaccine-tourism-2021-05-07/
Published on 25.06.2021
LATAM Airlines Group creditors seek to sue Qatar, Delta
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105085-latam-airlines-group-creditors-seek-to-sue-qatar-delta
Published on 24.06.2021
LATAM Airlines will increase flights between Asuncion and Santiago from 01JUL21
Source: https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/06/latam-aumentara-frecuencias-de-vuelos-en-asuncion/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=f5e90f7df3802e973da4ae0485905e685b158a8d-1624624141-0-AV7qykfQPvB4DnPPtu-z2-Jm1RVWcj5Kc_kqtPT9Sp3lXjSeaMQZbeIEgIFQU4g_GwMztz5JJcGYes73_qag1e6Xj77YFPMiCbmfEKDV-F9v-IHOj0p6M-scNN7w6dFflRP3B1joQPGjF7HMv-cAU2yb8-Vci9hJJrMOd414EGamyqGqvpVX4HUcAASK_guuC78LXr2cT4BR2alHlggxI_jOqYLPh2tfuRGoZK1lIJ7EsODqiUavLorZNk6CPKaHlHUwL_ctWs7Er1lxvIw53M6lwggnJYH4eMCunXD50ho-xTHmVOo-r-0JpNot-7meTllKKjFpoPRhjYrEMieKUp5AK8NJQfDQEtNLkLyOcGWtb4Rg_Iz3yFqt9ly45hbU2VCQ3DJnxvfl7nan8PjFctyZI1EXSlJeY_KaanDsgnwRlBV7o7DJHz2pkap1uf0Q9K9qSCyg50jNseuszMmtvsZ6bI7H6QSWyQiL7E7Fz8E4xI4I9vhu-sCv0oZpgEGyYH4ETiOqfigYPO8ts_flqnUvejn7bzidB1YXD6a163o68m4B1zEbqChoFhVQjU4N7SVdAaW_HVbpF9KnYJCS2raGKKz6zZhj0ZssBOIaEZUf2aw94SjYq0D7c4xu6Z6XqlGOw39AiB_mMczjsD7M0rfXoAHpiFiKvNUZDW_cLx_lpqiUfxiTiIDUwTi03_MfKA
Published on 17.06.2021
LATAM Implements a Pilot Health Passport on International Routes from Lima and Santiago
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/press-release/21226998/latam-airlines-group-sa-latam-implements-a-pilot-health-passport-on-international-routes-from-lima-and-santiago
Published on 16.06.2021
LATAM and Aeromexico introduce the IATA Travel Pass on international routes
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-aeromexico-iata-travel-pass/
Published on 15.06.2021
LATAM Brasil moves three routes from Congonhas to Guarulhos
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104637-latam-brasil-moves-three-routes-from-congonhas-to-guarulhos
Published on 14.06.2021
LATAM Colombia Recovers Its Schedule to 100%
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/06/12/latam-colombia-recovers-its-schedule-to-100/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=f0712ed518ebce94b5f4fd08cd6cb832c435a560-1623663585-0-AVOJXl56CgHu3Ok6W3-ErcdUhXRrj7xgrJS9HBZndM2Cq7mTT_BCxp_Dt6KXVnxwmLSsdu7989L5sU0kdYjedGgfLD6PZCrfcYpqPfxsIXFJ3lZNnN7VHR01gmLR_MhlEoUKSC1_4Gg1OV9bGdtKXKhfKr3lLHWTIPWDs2lGzSbFr3kNh9yto4Y5a1c4SSePFhm0qo6nlsujExUd6BOxRYGc_6isY-qEZaxA2s3EUQpgAHkoB-wvED3zSeEBdFLeKtOM-yYQvtbCN5uzPMNu1WXBkjQ2oJ1rBET-fzCbd9gw2HTYGbmTqT3hB_Sx73hitJb7MG8KOmVRcSCPp8Ddz7LTW4-_lE-l9Y6jF3MlGLwnidn_znSfzAe-ysYKjMX2nSiIP9vLIcZxPVExK0OYWN5EKfYbUXMqTMqOervzXpIcJy09KBoRPzZnsAKjM-6Qc06ZzjKmohx7SboNnUUijabG64CzaNBhdVgoSo0D-5dUPFli65gByjZRyHH5eUqhbpMXOM1s21XRI-prpSjllBwsPlgdSUlLWWXEwjF0YKuNWo2kIb8EVuYsWiYEySGtR_HXKjRgPqkuqFwSCd0v5p-pEIMoLMCWDArj7Jt45SgQSHrUP2029vUJ3W-rKWS0HCBa7TXV1vStBsr3mlfhRf4GQBIg2kWOatKaNZufGTOxx5H0HnhXt10w2AAc2kViYw
Published on 10.06.2021
LATAM Airlines seeks extension of deadline for restructuring plan.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-seeks-extension-deadline-restructuring-plan-2021-06-09/
Published on 08.06.2021
LATAM Airlines reduces flights to Miami, other destinations in June because of COVID-19
Source: https://www.infobae.com/economia/2021/06/08/latam-debio-suspender-sus-vuelos-a-miami-que-opciones-tienen-quienes-compraron-pasajes/
Published on 11.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil to resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 04JUN21, and increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-MAY21.
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e086f06e715efd1a818a79b31397eab95e8b70f4-1620744592-0-Abd689p7Ny7hYtR-olnmp3uEDSTD9yldXECJ1EbNNBGyfglHA8al3H7MqE192RSPj_JyZoKejzRvFbLcf0X4aj_z42hATdTysISy-pLLK4KMv_n5NpvAfKfQ-n1MINAbOeBSODppWj5cE2OYIE4BrLbhenvVX9Umj4SA5FADmPz2CmVGyd9mrlILSwu69-Mta1YkWhteBcpdUbSiE12YC-z7OfYfGvM0Uwx170oAFyOMPLf6AfS7JRVkgGV5YOJ3ZRAdmNLVZnrHCWPUCnpUwKyFV-5273hgGOr3redE19JoM7xS8av5uodwVlcD3F3DGgDhU2U2kqcm1mdmGXcnve_Z1khjsVZ8HxdhetDZOC6rz5kw1ThBMnKhPu4MbnbeD9R1GfARtfwYI0iPe5H0-oWy21R81TBhE_q1-IfHnnXJEZb4mlgErGfQMRui7v1xmbusO8dRADdLbnmu-ahmmR7lJNr7k2Yj5XIzUybJyjvNzPGAyTE85jD_rka3yGksa0MCi-xrZLIIfhGtitrbSZ1buCc8pNZXkWzXazHfO5ABtIPeO19BIen23gfILb3VpFaqoBgNWFdf5nyshyMXYrgq4Sc_qAtYG5saKwK7uAWorPWv7d1-pgo1UG0XpT1rn5fsKB1FsxVD_GVn9pcsXQRe_4vqUrN5frE-hxPcWIzBQNv_HQE_vVXvlSaO-KuDUMUf5Sq4AJIbnx6rQNDPIbycePAOGPQTMfWguvBBlNDq
Published on 10.05.2021
Peruvian government extends suspension of flights from Brazil, India, South Africa and U.K. until 30 May
Source: https://bcdtravel.intelliguide.com/Alert/AlertExternal.aspx?id=eff978b2dc2243fca59904e1e69b64b7%22
Published on 07.05.2021
LATAM Airlines says demand for U.S. travel rising on vaccine tourism.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-says-demand-us-travel-rising-vaccine-tourism-2021-05-07/
Published on 25.06.2021
LATAM Airlines Group creditors seek to sue Qatar, Delta
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/105085-latam-airlines-group-creditors-seek-to-sue-qatar-delta
Published on 24.06.2021
LATAM Airlines will increase flights between Asuncion and Santiago from 01JUL21
Source: https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/06/latam-aumentara-frecuencias-de-vuelos-en-asuncion/?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=f5e90f7df3802e973da4ae0485905e685b158a8d-1624624141-0-AV7qykfQPvB4DnPPtu-z2-Jm1RVWcj5Kc_kqtPT9Sp3lXjSeaMQZbeIEgIFQU4g_GwMztz5JJcGYes73_qag1e6Xj77YFPMiCbmfEKDV-F9v-IHOj0p6M-scNN7w6dFflRP3B1joQPGjF7HMv-cAU2yb8-Vci9hJJrMOd414EGamyqGqvpVX4HUcAASK_guuC78LXr2cT4BR2alHlggxI_jOqYLPh2tfuRGoZK1lIJ7EsODqiUavLorZNk6CPKaHlHUwL_ctWs7Er1lxvIw53M6lwggnJYH4eMCunXD50ho-xTHmVOo-r-0JpNot-7meTllKKjFpoPRhjYrEMieKUp5AK8NJQfDQEtNLkLyOcGWtb4Rg_Iz3yFqt9ly45hbU2VCQ3DJnxvfl7nan8PjFctyZI1EXSlJeY_KaanDsgnwRlBV7o7DJHz2pkap1uf0Q9K9qSCyg50jNseuszMmtvsZ6bI7H6QSWyQiL7E7Fz8E4xI4I9vhu-sCv0oZpgEGyYH4ETiOqfigYPO8ts_flqnUvejn7bzidB1YXD6a163o68m4B1zEbqChoFhVQjU4N7SVdAaW_HVbpF9KnYJCS2raGKKz6zZhj0ZssBOIaEZUf2aw94SjYq0D7c4xu6Z6XqlGOw39AiB_mMczjsD7M0rfXoAHpiFiKvNUZDW_cLx_lpqiUfxiTiIDUwTi03_MfKA
Published on 17.06.2021
LATAM Implements a Pilot Health Passport on International Routes from Lima and Santiago
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/press-release/21226998/latam-airlines-group-sa-latam-implements-a-pilot-health-passport-on-international-routes-from-lima-and-santiago
Published on 16.06.2021
LATAM and Aeromexico introduce the IATA Travel Pass on international routes
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-aeromexico-iata-travel-pass/
Published on 15.06.2021
LATAM Brasil moves three routes from Congonhas to Guarulhos
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104637-latam-brasil-moves-three-routes-from-congonhas-to-guarulhos
Published on 14.06.2021
LATAM Colombia Recovers Its Schedule to 100%
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/06/12/latam-colombia-recovers-its-schedule-to-100/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=f0712ed518ebce94b5f4fd08cd6cb832c435a560-1623663585-0-AVOJXl56CgHu3Ok6W3-ErcdUhXRrj7xgrJS9HBZndM2Cq7mTT_BCxp_Dt6KXVnxwmLSsdu7989L5sU0kdYjedGgfLD6PZCrfcYpqPfxsIXFJ3lZNnN7VHR01gmLR_MhlEoUKSC1_4Gg1OV9bGdtKXKhfKr3lLHWTIPWDs2lGzSbFr3kNh9yto4Y5a1c4SSePFhm0qo6nlsujExUd6BOxRYGc_6isY-qEZaxA2s3EUQpgAHkoB-wvED3zSeEBdFLeKtOM-yYQvtbCN5uzPMNu1WXBkjQ2oJ1rBET-fzCbd9gw2HTYGbmTqT3hB_Sx73hitJb7MG8KOmVRcSCPp8Ddz7LTW4-_lE-l9Y6jF3MlGLwnidn_znSfzAe-ysYKjMX2nSiIP9vLIcZxPVExK0OYWN5EKfYbUXMqTMqOervzXpIcJy09KBoRPzZnsAKjM-6Qc06ZzjKmohx7SboNnUUijabG64CzaNBhdVgoSo0D-5dUPFli65gByjZRyHH5eUqhbpMXOM1s21XRI-prpSjllBwsPlgdSUlLWWXEwjF0YKuNWo2kIb8EVuYsWiYEySGtR_HXKjRgPqkuqFwSCd0v5p-pEIMoLMCWDArj7Jt45SgQSHrUP2029vUJ3W-rKWS0HCBa7TXV1vStBsr3mlfhRf4GQBIg2kWOatKaNZufGTOxx5H0HnhXt10w2AAc2kViYw
Published on 10.06.2021
LATAM Airlines seeks extension of deadline for restructuring plan.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-seeks-extension-deadline-restructuring-plan-2021-06-09/
Published on 08.06.2021
LATAM Airlines reduces flights to Miami, other destinations in June because of COVID-19
Source: https://www.infobae.com/economia/2021/06/08/latam-debio-suspender-sus-vuelos-a-miami-que-opciones-tienen-quienes-compraron-pasajes/
Published on 11.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil to resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 04JUN21, and increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-MAY21.
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e086f06e715efd1a818a79b31397eab95e8b70f4-1620744592-0-Abd689p7Ny7hYtR-olnmp3uEDSTD9yldXECJ1EbNNBGyfglHA8al3H7MqE192RSPj_JyZoKejzRvFbLcf0X4aj_z42hATdTysISy-pLLK4KMv_n5NpvAfKfQ-n1MINAbOeBSODppWj5cE2OYIE4BrLbhenvVX9Umj4SA5FADmPz2CmVGyd9mrlILSwu69-Mta1YkWhteBcpdUbSiE12YC-z7OfYfGvM0Uwx170oAFyOMPLf6AfS7JRVkgGV5YOJ3ZRAdmNLVZnrHCWPUCnpUwKyFV-5273hgGOr3redE19JoM7xS8av5uodwVlcD3F3DGgDhU2U2kqcm1mdmGXcnve_Z1khjsVZ8HxdhetDZOC6rz5kw1ThBMnKhPu4MbnbeD9R1GfARtfwYI0iPe5H0-oWy21R81TBhE_q1-IfHnnXJEZb4mlgErGfQMRui7v1xmbusO8dRADdLbnmu-ahmmR7lJNr7k2Yj5XIzUybJyjvNzPGAyTE85jD_rka3yGksa0MCi-xrZLIIfhGtitrbSZ1buCc8pNZXkWzXazHfO5ABtIPeO19BIen23gfILb3VpFaqoBgNWFdf5nyshyMXYrgq4Sc_qAtYG5saKwK7uAWorPWv7d1-pgo1UG0XpT1rn5fsKB1FsxVD_GVn9pcsXQRe_4vqUrN5frE-hxPcWIzBQNv_HQE_vVXvlSaO-KuDUMUf5Sq4AJIbnx6rQNDPIbycePAOGPQTMfWguvBBlNDq
Published on 10.05.2021
Peruvian government extends suspension of flights from Brazil, India, South Africa and U.K. until 30 May
Source: https://bcdtravel.intelliguide.com/Alert/AlertExternal.aspx?id=eff978b2dc2243fca59904e1e69b64b7%22
Published on 07.05.2021
LATAM Airlines says demand for U.S. travel rising on vaccine tourism.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-says-demand-us-travel-rising-vaccine-tourism-2021-05-07/
Published on 17.06.2021
LATAM Implements a Pilot Health Passport on International Routes from Lima and Santiago
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/press-release/21226998/latam-airlines-group-sa-latam-implements-a-pilot-health-passport-on-international-routes-from-lima-and-santiago
Published on 16.06.2021
LATAM and Aeromexico introduce the IATA Travel Pass on international routes
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-aeromexico-iata-travel-pass/
Published on 15.06.2021
LATAM Brasil moves three routes from Congonhas to Guarulhos
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104637-latam-brasil-moves-three-routes-from-congonhas-to-guarulhos
Published on 14.06.2021
LATAM Colombia Recovers Its Schedule to 100%
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/06/12/latam-colombia-recovers-its-schedule-to-100/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=f0712ed518ebce94b5f4fd08cd6cb832c435a560-1623663585-0-AVOJXl56CgHu3Ok6W3-ErcdUhXRrj7xgrJS9HBZndM2Cq7mTT_BCxp_Dt6KXVnxwmLSsdu7989L5sU0kdYjedGgfLD6PZCrfcYpqPfxsIXFJ3lZNnN7VHR01gmLR_MhlEoUKSC1_4Gg1OV9bGdtKXKhfKr3lLHWTIPWDs2lGzSbFr3kNh9yto4Y5a1c4SSePFhm0qo6nlsujExUd6BOxRYGc_6isY-qEZaxA2s3EUQpgAHkoB-wvED3zSeEBdFLeKtOM-yYQvtbCN5uzPMNu1WXBkjQ2oJ1rBET-fzCbd9gw2HTYGbmTqT3hB_Sx73hitJb7MG8KOmVRcSCPp8Ddz7LTW4-_lE-l9Y6jF3MlGLwnidn_znSfzAe-ysYKjMX2nSiIP9vLIcZxPVExK0OYWN5EKfYbUXMqTMqOervzXpIcJy09KBoRPzZnsAKjM-6Qc06ZzjKmohx7SboNnUUijabG64CzaNBhdVgoSo0D-5dUPFli65gByjZRyHH5eUqhbpMXOM1s21XRI-prpSjllBwsPlgdSUlLWWXEwjF0YKuNWo2kIb8EVuYsWiYEySGtR_HXKjRgPqkuqFwSCd0v5p-pEIMoLMCWDArj7Jt45SgQSHrUP2029vUJ3W-rKWS0HCBa7TXV1vStBsr3mlfhRf4GQBIg2kWOatKaNZufGTOxx5H0HnhXt10w2AAc2kViYw
Published on 10.06.2021
LATAM Airlines seeks extension of deadline for restructuring plan.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-seeks-extension-deadline-restructuring-plan-2021-06-09/
Published on 08.06.2021
LATAM Airlines reduces flights to Miami, other destinations in June because of COVID-19
Source: https://www.infobae.com/economia/2021/06/08/latam-debio-suspender-sus-vuelos-a-miami-que-opciones-tienen-quienes-compraron-pasajes/
Published on 11.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil to resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 04JUN21, and increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-MAY21.
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e086f06e715efd1a818a79b31397eab95e8b70f4-1620744592-0-Abd689p7Ny7hYtR-olnmp3uEDSTD9yldXECJ1EbNNBGyfglHA8al3H7MqE192RSPj_JyZoKejzRvFbLcf0X4aj_z42hATdTysISy-pLLK4KMv_n5NpvAfKfQ-n1MINAbOeBSODppWj5cE2OYIE4BrLbhenvVX9Umj4SA5FADmPz2CmVGyd9mrlILSwu69-Mta1YkWhteBcpdUbSiE12YC-z7OfYfGvM0Uwx170oAFyOMPLf6AfS7JRVkgGV5YOJ3ZRAdmNLVZnrHCWPUCnpUwKyFV-5273hgGOr3redE19JoM7xS8av5uodwVlcD3F3DGgDhU2U2kqcm1mdmGXcnve_Z1khjsVZ8HxdhetDZOC6rz5kw1ThBMnKhPu4MbnbeD9R1GfARtfwYI0iPe5H0-oWy21R81TBhE_q1-IfHnnXJEZb4mlgErGfQMRui7v1xmbusO8dRADdLbnmu-ahmmR7lJNr7k2Yj5XIzUybJyjvNzPGAyTE85jD_rka3yGksa0MCi-xrZLIIfhGtitrbSZ1buCc8pNZXkWzXazHfO5ABtIPeO19BIen23gfILb3VpFaqoBgNWFdf5nyshyMXYrgq4Sc_qAtYG5saKwK7uAWorPWv7d1-pgo1UG0XpT1rn5fsKB1FsxVD_GVn9pcsXQRe_4vqUrN5frE-hxPcWIzBQNv_HQE_vVXvlSaO-KuDUMUf5Sq4AJIbnx6rQNDPIbycePAOGPQTMfWguvBBlNDq
Published on 10.05.2021
Peruvian government extends suspension of flights from Brazil, India, South Africa and U.K. until 30 May
Source: https://bcdtravel.intelliguide.com/Alert/AlertExternal.aspx?id=eff978b2dc2243fca59904e1e69b64b7%22
Published on 07.05.2021
LATAM Airlines says demand for U.S. travel rising on vaccine tourism.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-says-demand-us-travel-rising-vaccine-tourism-2021-05-07/
Published on 17.06.2021
LATAM Implements a Pilot Health Passport on International Routes from Lima and Santiago
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/press-release/21226998/latam-airlines-group-sa-latam-implements-a-pilot-health-passport-on-international-routes-from-lima-and-santiago
Published on 16.06.2021
LATAM and Aeromexico introduce the IATA Travel Pass on international routes
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-aeromexico-iata-travel-pass/
Published on 15.06.2021
LATAM Brasil moves three routes from Congonhas to Guarulhos
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104637-latam-brasil-moves-three-routes-from-congonhas-to-guarulhos
Published on 14.06.2021
LATAM Colombia Recovers Its Schedule to 100%
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/06/12/latam-colombia-recovers-its-schedule-to-100/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=f0712ed518ebce94b5f4fd08cd6cb832c435a560-1623663585-0-AVOJXl56CgHu3Ok6W3-ErcdUhXRrj7xgrJS9HBZndM2Cq7mTT_BCxp_Dt6KXVnxwmLSsdu7989L5sU0kdYjedGgfLD6PZCrfcYpqPfxsIXFJ3lZNnN7VHR01gmLR_MhlEoUKSC1_4Gg1OV9bGdtKXKhfKr3lLHWTIPWDs2lGzSbFr3kNh9yto4Y5a1c4SSePFhm0qo6nlsujExUd6BOxRYGc_6isY-qEZaxA2s3EUQpgAHkoB-wvED3zSeEBdFLeKtOM-yYQvtbCN5uzPMNu1WXBkjQ2oJ1rBET-fzCbd9gw2HTYGbmTqT3hB_Sx73hitJb7MG8KOmVRcSCPp8Ddz7LTW4-_lE-l9Y6jF3MlGLwnidn_znSfzAe-ysYKjMX2nSiIP9vLIcZxPVExK0OYWN5EKfYbUXMqTMqOervzXpIcJy09KBoRPzZnsAKjM-6Qc06ZzjKmohx7SboNnUUijabG64CzaNBhdVgoSo0D-5dUPFli65gByjZRyHH5eUqhbpMXOM1s21XRI-prpSjllBwsPlgdSUlLWWXEwjF0YKuNWo2kIb8EVuYsWiYEySGtR_HXKjRgPqkuqFwSCd0v5p-pEIMoLMCWDArj7Jt45SgQSHrUP2029vUJ3W-rKWS0HCBa7TXV1vStBsr3mlfhRf4GQBIg2kWOatKaNZufGTOxx5H0HnhXt10w2AAc2kViYw
Published on 10.06.2021
LATAM Airlines seeks extension of deadline for restructuring plan.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-seeks-extension-deadline-restructuring-plan-2021-06-09/
Published on 08.06.2021
LATAM Airlines reduces flights to Miami, other destinations in June because of COVID-19
Source: https://www.infobae.com/economia/2021/06/08/latam-debio-suspender-sus-vuelos-a-miami-que-opciones-tienen-quienes-compraron-pasajes/
Published on 11.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil to resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 04JUN21, and increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-MAY21.
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e086f06e715efd1a818a79b31397eab95e8b70f4-1620744592-0-Abd689p7Ny7hYtR-olnmp3uEDSTD9yldXECJ1EbNNBGyfglHA8al3H7MqE192RSPj_JyZoKejzRvFbLcf0X4aj_z42hATdTysISy-pLLK4KMv_n5NpvAfKfQ-n1MINAbOeBSODppWj5cE2OYIE4BrLbhenvVX9Umj4SA5FADmPz2CmVGyd9mrlILSwu69-Mta1YkWhteBcpdUbSiE12YC-z7OfYfGvM0Uwx170oAFyOMPLf6AfS7JRVkgGV5YOJ3ZRAdmNLVZnrHCWPUCnpUwKyFV-5273hgGOr3redE19JoM7xS8av5uodwVlcD3F3DGgDhU2U2kqcm1mdmGXcnve_Z1khjsVZ8HxdhetDZOC6rz5kw1ThBMnKhPu4MbnbeD9R1GfARtfwYI0iPe5H0-oWy21R81TBhE_q1-IfHnnXJEZb4mlgErGfQMRui7v1xmbusO8dRADdLbnmu-ahmmR7lJNr7k2Yj5XIzUybJyjvNzPGAyTE85jD_rka3yGksa0MCi-xrZLIIfhGtitrbSZ1buCc8pNZXkWzXazHfO5ABtIPeO19BIen23gfILb3VpFaqoBgNWFdf5nyshyMXYrgq4Sc_qAtYG5saKwK7uAWorPWv7d1-pgo1UG0XpT1rn5fsKB1FsxVD_GVn9pcsXQRe_4vqUrN5frE-hxPcWIzBQNv_HQE_vVXvlSaO-KuDUMUf5Sq4AJIbnx6rQNDPIbycePAOGPQTMfWguvBBlNDq
Published on 10.05.2021
Peruvian government extends suspension of flights from Brazil, India, South Africa and U.K. until 30 May
Source: https://bcdtravel.intelliguide.com/Alert/AlertExternal.aspx?id=eff978b2dc2243fca59904e1e69b64b7%22
Published on 07.05.2021
LATAM Airlines says demand for U.S. travel rising on vaccine tourism.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-says-demand-us-travel-rising-vaccine-tourism-2021-05-07/
Published on 17.06.2021
LATAM Implements a Pilot Health Passport on International Routes from Lima and Santiago
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/press-release/21226998/latam-airlines-group-sa-latam-implements-a-pilot-health-passport-on-international-routes-from-lima-and-santiago
Published on 16.06.2021
LATAM and Aeromexico introduce the IATA Travel Pass on international routes
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-aeromexico-iata-travel-pass/
Published on 15.06.2021
LATAM Brasil moves three routes from Congonhas to Guarulhos
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104637-latam-brasil-moves-three-routes-from-congonhas-to-guarulhos
Published on 14.06.2021
LATAM Colombia Recovers Its Schedule to 100%
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/06/12/latam-colombia-recovers-its-schedule-to-100/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=f0712ed518ebce94b5f4fd08cd6cb832c435a560-1623663585-0-AVOJXl56CgHu3Ok6W3-ErcdUhXRrj7xgrJS9HBZndM2Cq7mTT_BCxp_Dt6KXVnxwmLSsdu7989L5sU0kdYjedGgfLD6PZCrfcYpqPfxsIXFJ3lZNnN7VHR01gmLR_MhlEoUKSC1_4Gg1OV9bGdtKXKhfKr3lLHWTIPWDs2lGzSbFr3kNh9yto4Y5a1c4SSePFhm0qo6nlsujExUd6BOxRYGc_6isY-qEZaxA2s3EUQpgAHkoB-wvED3zSeEBdFLeKtOM-yYQvtbCN5uzPMNu1WXBkjQ2oJ1rBET-fzCbd9gw2HTYGbmTqT3hB_Sx73hitJb7MG8KOmVRcSCPp8Ddz7LTW4-_lE-l9Y6jF3MlGLwnidn_znSfzAe-ysYKjMX2nSiIP9vLIcZxPVExK0OYWN5EKfYbUXMqTMqOervzXpIcJy09KBoRPzZnsAKjM-6Qc06ZzjKmohx7SboNnUUijabG64CzaNBhdVgoSo0D-5dUPFli65gByjZRyHH5eUqhbpMXOM1s21XRI-prpSjllBwsPlgdSUlLWWXEwjF0YKuNWo2kIb8EVuYsWiYEySGtR_HXKjRgPqkuqFwSCd0v5p-pEIMoLMCWDArj7Jt45SgQSHrUP2029vUJ3W-rKWS0HCBa7TXV1vStBsr3mlfhRf4GQBIg2kWOatKaNZufGTOxx5H0HnhXt10w2AAc2kViYw
Published on 10.06.2021
LATAM Airlines seeks extension of deadline for restructuring plan.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-seeks-extension-deadline-restructuring-plan-2021-06-09/
Published on 08.06.2021
LATAM Airlines reduces flights to Miami, other destinations in June because of COVID-19
Source: https://www.infobae.com/economia/2021/06/08/latam-debio-suspender-sus-vuelos-a-miami-que-opciones-tienen-quienes-compraron-pasajes/
Published on 11.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil to resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 04JUN21, and increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-MAY21.
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e086f06e715efd1a818a79b31397eab95e8b70f4-1620744592-0-Abd689p7Ny7hYtR-olnmp3uEDSTD9yldXECJ1EbNNBGyfglHA8al3H7MqE192RSPj_JyZoKejzRvFbLcf0X4aj_z42hATdTysISy-pLLK4KMv_n5NpvAfKfQ-n1MINAbOeBSODppWj5cE2OYIE4BrLbhenvVX9Umj4SA5FADmPz2CmVGyd9mrlILSwu69-Mta1YkWhteBcpdUbSiE12YC-z7OfYfGvM0Uwx170oAFyOMPLf6AfS7JRVkgGV5YOJ3ZRAdmNLVZnrHCWPUCnpUwKyFV-5273hgGOr3redE19JoM7xS8av5uodwVlcD3F3DGgDhU2U2kqcm1mdmGXcnve_Z1khjsVZ8HxdhetDZOC6rz5kw1ThBMnKhPu4MbnbeD9R1GfARtfwYI0iPe5H0-oWy21R81TBhE_q1-IfHnnXJEZb4mlgErGfQMRui7v1xmbusO8dRADdLbnmu-ahmmR7lJNr7k2Yj5XIzUybJyjvNzPGAyTE85jD_rka3yGksa0MCi-xrZLIIfhGtitrbSZ1buCc8pNZXkWzXazHfO5ABtIPeO19BIen23gfILb3VpFaqoBgNWFdf5nyshyMXYrgq4Sc_qAtYG5saKwK7uAWorPWv7d1-pgo1UG0XpT1rn5fsKB1FsxVD_GVn9pcsXQRe_4vqUrN5frE-hxPcWIzBQNv_HQE_vVXvlSaO-KuDUMUf5Sq4AJIbnx6rQNDPIbycePAOGPQTMfWguvBBlNDq
Published on 10.05.2021
Peruvian government extends suspension of flights from Brazil, India, South Africa and U.K. until 30 May
Source: https://bcdtravel.intelliguide.com/Alert/AlertExternal.aspx?id=eff978b2dc2243fca59904e1e69b64b7%22
Published on 07.05.2021
LATAM Airlines says demand for U.S. travel rising on vaccine tourism.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-says-demand-us-travel-rising-vaccine-tourism-2021-05-07/
Published on 17.06.2021
LATAM Implements a Pilot Health Passport on International Routes from Lima and Santiago
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/press-release/21226998/latam-airlines-group-sa-latam-implements-a-pilot-health-passport-on-international-routes-from-lima-and-santiago
Published on 16.06.2021
LATAM and Aeromexico introduce the IATA Travel Pass on international routes
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-aeromexico-iata-travel-pass/
Published on 15.06.2021
LATAM Brasil moves three routes from Congonhas to Guarulhos
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104637-latam-brasil-moves-three-routes-from-congonhas-to-guarulhos
Published on 14.06.2021
LATAM Colombia Recovers Its Schedule to 100%
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/06/12/latam-colombia-recovers-its-schedule-to-100/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=f0712ed518ebce94b5f4fd08cd6cb832c435a560-1623663585-0-AVOJXl56CgHu3Ok6W3-ErcdUhXRrj7xgrJS9HBZndM2Cq7mTT_BCxp_Dt6KXVnxwmLSsdu7989L5sU0kdYjedGgfLD6PZCrfcYpqPfxsIXFJ3lZNnN7VHR01gmLR_MhlEoUKSC1_4Gg1OV9bGdtKXKhfKr3lLHWTIPWDs2lGzSbFr3kNh9yto4Y5a1c4SSePFhm0qo6nlsujExUd6BOxRYGc_6isY-qEZaxA2s3EUQpgAHkoB-wvED3zSeEBdFLeKtOM-yYQvtbCN5uzPMNu1WXBkjQ2oJ1rBET-fzCbd9gw2HTYGbmTqT3hB_Sx73hitJb7MG8KOmVRcSCPp8Ddz7LTW4-_lE-l9Y6jF3MlGLwnidn_znSfzAe-ysYKjMX2nSiIP9vLIcZxPVExK0OYWN5EKfYbUXMqTMqOervzXpIcJy09KBoRPzZnsAKjM-6Qc06ZzjKmohx7SboNnUUijabG64CzaNBhdVgoSo0D-5dUPFli65gByjZRyHH5eUqhbpMXOM1s21XRI-prpSjllBwsPlgdSUlLWWXEwjF0YKuNWo2kIb8EVuYsWiYEySGtR_HXKjRgPqkuqFwSCd0v5p-pEIMoLMCWDArj7Jt45SgQSHrUP2029vUJ3W-rKWS0HCBa7TXV1vStBsr3mlfhRf4GQBIg2kWOatKaNZufGTOxx5H0HnhXt10w2AAc2kViYw
Published on 10.06.2021
LATAM Airlines seeks extension of deadline for restructuring plan.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-seeks-extension-deadline-restructuring-plan-2021-06-09/
Published on 08.06.2021
LATAM Airlines reduces flights to Miami, other destinations in June because of COVID-19
Source: https://www.infobae.com/economia/2021/06/08/latam-debio-suspender-sus-vuelos-a-miami-que-opciones-tienen-quienes-compraron-pasajes/
Published on 11.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil to resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 04JUN21, and increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-MAY21.
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e086f06e715efd1a818a79b31397eab95e8b70f4-1620744592-0-Abd689p7Ny7hYtR-olnmp3uEDSTD9yldXECJ1EbNNBGyfglHA8al3H7MqE192RSPj_JyZoKejzRvFbLcf0X4aj_z42hATdTysISy-pLLK4KMv_n5NpvAfKfQ-n1MINAbOeBSODppWj5cE2OYIE4BrLbhenvVX9Umj4SA5FADmPz2CmVGyd9mrlILSwu69-Mta1YkWhteBcpdUbSiE12YC-z7OfYfGvM0Uwx170oAFyOMPLf6AfS7JRVkgGV5YOJ3ZRAdmNLVZnrHCWPUCnpUwKyFV-5273hgGOr3redE19JoM7xS8av5uodwVlcD3F3DGgDhU2U2kqcm1mdmGXcnve_Z1khjsVZ8HxdhetDZOC6rz5kw1ThBMnKhPu4MbnbeD9R1GfARtfwYI0iPe5H0-oWy21R81TBhE_q1-IfHnnXJEZb4mlgErGfQMRui7v1xmbusO8dRADdLbnmu-ahmmR7lJNr7k2Yj5XIzUybJyjvNzPGAyTE85jD_rka3yGksa0MCi-xrZLIIfhGtitrbSZ1buCc8pNZXkWzXazHfO5ABtIPeO19BIen23gfILb3VpFaqoBgNWFdf5nyshyMXYrgq4Sc_qAtYG5saKwK7uAWorPWv7d1-pgo1UG0XpT1rn5fsKB1FsxVD_GVn9pcsXQRe_4vqUrN5frE-hxPcWIzBQNv_HQE_vVXvlSaO-KuDUMUf5Sq4AJIbnx6rQNDPIbycePAOGPQTMfWguvBBlNDq
Published on 10.05.2021
Peruvian government extends suspension of flights from Brazil, India, South Africa and U.K. until 30 May
Source: https://bcdtravel.intelliguide.com/Alert/AlertExternal.aspx?id=eff978b2dc2243fca59904e1e69b64b7%22
Published on 07.05.2021
LATAM Airlines says demand for U.S. travel rising on vaccine tourism.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-says-demand-us-travel-rising-vaccine-tourism-2021-05-07/
Published on 17.06.2021
LATAM Implements a Pilot Health Passport on International Routes from Lima and Santiago
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/press-release/21226998/latam-airlines-group-sa-latam-implements-a-pilot-health-passport-on-international-routes-from-lima-and-santiago
Published on 16.06.2021
LATAM and Aeromexico introduce the IATA Travel Pass on international routes
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-aeromexico-iata-travel-pass/
Published on 15.06.2021
LATAM Brasil moves three routes from Congonhas to Guarulhos
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104637-latam-brasil-moves-three-routes-from-congonhas-to-guarulhos
Published on 14.06.2021
LATAM Colombia Recovers Its Schedule to 100%
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/06/12/latam-colombia-recovers-its-schedule-to-100/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=f0712ed518ebce94b5f4fd08cd6cb832c435a560-1623663585-0-AVOJXl56CgHu3Ok6W3-ErcdUhXRrj7xgrJS9HBZndM2Cq7mTT_BCxp_Dt6KXVnxwmLSsdu7989L5sU0kdYjedGgfLD6PZCrfcYpqPfxsIXFJ3lZNnN7VHR01gmLR_MhlEoUKSC1_4Gg1OV9bGdtKXKhfKr3lLHWTIPWDs2lGzSbFr3kNh9yto4Y5a1c4SSePFhm0qo6nlsujExUd6BOxRYGc_6isY-qEZaxA2s3EUQpgAHkoB-wvED3zSeEBdFLeKtOM-yYQvtbCN5uzPMNu1WXBkjQ2oJ1rBET-fzCbd9gw2HTYGbmTqT3hB_Sx73hitJb7MG8KOmVRcSCPp8Ddz7LTW4-_lE-l9Y6jF3MlGLwnidn_znSfzAe-ysYKjMX2nSiIP9vLIcZxPVExK0OYWN5EKfYbUXMqTMqOervzXpIcJy09KBoRPzZnsAKjM-6Qc06ZzjKmohx7SboNnUUijabG64CzaNBhdVgoSo0D-5dUPFli65gByjZRyHH5eUqhbpMXOM1s21XRI-prpSjllBwsPlgdSUlLWWXEwjF0YKuNWo2kIb8EVuYsWiYEySGtR_HXKjRgPqkuqFwSCd0v5p-pEIMoLMCWDArj7Jt45SgQSHrUP2029vUJ3W-rKWS0HCBa7TXV1vStBsr3mlfhRf4GQBIg2kWOatKaNZufGTOxx5H0HnhXt10w2AAc2kViYw
Published on 10.06.2021
LATAM Airlines seeks extension of deadline for restructuring plan.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-seeks-extension-deadline-restructuring-plan-2021-06-09/
Published on 08.06.2021
LATAM Airlines reduces flights to Miami, other destinations in June because of COVID-19
Source: https://www.infobae.com/economia/2021/06/08/latam-debio-suspender-sus-vuelos-a-miami-que-opciones-tienen-quienes-compraron-pasajes/
Published on 11.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil to resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 04JUN21, and increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-MAY21.
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e086f06e715efd1a818a79b31397eab95e8b70f4-1620744592-0-Abd689p7Ny7hYtR-olnmp3uEDSTD9yldXECJ1EbNNBGyfglHA8al3H7MqE192RSPj_JyZoKejzRvFbLcf0X4aj_z42hATdTysISy-pLLK4KMv_n5NpvAfKfQ-n1MINAbOeBSODppWj5cE2OYIE4BrLbhenvVX9Umj4SA5FADmPz2CmVGyd9mrlILSwu69-Mta1YkWhteBcpdUbSiE12YC-z7OfYfGvM0Uwx170oAFyOMPLf6AfS7JRVkgGV5YOJ3ZRAdmNLVZnrHCWPUCnpUwKyFV-5273hgGOr3redE19JoM7xS8av5uodwVlcD3F3DGgDhU2U2kqcm1mdmGXcnve_Z1khjsVZ8HxdhetDZOC6rz5kw1ThBMnKhPu4MbnbeD9R1GfARtfwYI0iPe5H0-oWy21R81TBhE_q1-IfHnnXJEZb4mlgErGfQMRui7v1xmbusO8dRADdLbnmu-ahmmR7lJNr7k2Yj5XIzUybJyjvNzPGAyTE85jD_rka3yGksa0MCi-xrZLIIfhGtitrbSZ1buCc8pNZXkWzXazHfO5ABtIPeO19BIen23gfILb3VpFaqoBgNWFdf5nyshyMXYrgq4Sc_qAtYG5saKwK7uAWorPWv7d1-pgo1UG0XpT1rn5fsKB1FsxVD_GVn9pcsXQRe_4vqUrN5frE-hxPcWIzBQNv_HQE_vVXvlSaO-KuDUMUf5Sq4AJIbnx6rQNDPIbycePAOGPQTMfWguvBBlNDq
Published on 10.05.2021
Peruvian government extends suspension of flights from Brazil, India, South Africa and U.K. until 30 May
Source: https://bcdtravel.intelliguide.com/Alert/AlertExternal.aspx?id=eff978b2dc2243fca59904e1e69b64b7%22
Published on 07.05.2021
LATAM Airlines says demand for U.S. travel rising on vaccine tourism.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-says-demand-us-travel-rising-vaccine-tourism-2021-05-07/
Published on 17.06.2021
LATAM Implements a Pilot Health Passport on International Routes from Lima and Santiago
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/press-release/21226998/latam-airlines-group-sa-latam-implements-a-pilot-health-passport-on-international-routes-from-lima-and-santiago
Published on 16.06.2021
LATAM and Aeromexico introduce the IATA Travel Pass on international routes
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-aeromexico-iata-travel-pass/
Published on 15.06.2021
LATAM Brasil moves three routes from Congonhas to Guarulhos
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104637-latam-brasil-moves-three-routes-from-congonhas-to-guarulhos
Published on 14.06.2021
LATAM Colombia Recovers Its Schedule to 100%
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/06/12/latam-colombia-recovers-its-schedule-to-100/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=f0712ed518ebce94b5f4fd08cd6cb832c435a560-1623663585-0-AVOJXl56CgHu3Ok6W3-ErcdUhXRrj7xgrJS9HBZndM2Cq7mTT_BCxp_Dt6KXVnxwmLSsdu7989L5sU0kdYjedGgfLD6PZCrfcYpqPfxsIXFJ3lZNnN7VHR01gmLR_MhlEoUKSC1_4Gg1OV9bGdtKXKhfKr3lLHWTIPWDs2lGzSbFr3kNh9yto4Y5a1c4SSePFhm0qo6nlsujExUd6BOxRYGc_6isY-qEZaxA2s3EUQpgAHkoB-wvED3zSeEBdFLeKtOM-yYQvtbCN5uzPMNu1WXBkjQ2oJ1rBET-fzCbd9gw2HTYGbmTqT3hB_Sx73hitJb7MG8KOmVRcSCPp8Ddz7LTW4-_lE-l9Y6jF3MlGLwnidn_znSfzAe-ysYKjMX2nSiIP9vLIcZxPVExK0OYWN5EKfYbUXMqTMqOervzXpIcJy09KBoRPzZnsAKjM-6Qc06ZzjKmohx7SboNnUUijabG64CzaNBhdVgoSo0D-5dUPFli65gByjZRyHH5eUqhbpMXOM1s21XRI-prpSjllBwsPlgdSUlLWWXEwjF0YKuNWo2kIb8EVuYsWiYEySGtR_HXKjRgPqkuqFwSCd0v5p-pEIMoLMCWDArj7Jt45SgQSHrUP2029vUJ3W-rKWS0HCBa7TXV1vStBsr3mlfhRf4GQBIg2kWOatKaNZufGTOxx5H0HnhXt10w2AAc2kViYw
Published on 10.06.2021
LATAM Airlines seeks extension of deadline for restructuring plan.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-seeks-extension-deadline-restructuring-plan-2021-06-09/
Published on 08.06.2021
LATAM Airlines reduces flights to Miami, other destinations in June because of COVID-19
Source: https://www.infobae.com/economia/2021/06/08/latam-debio-suspender-sus-vuelos-a-miami-que-opciones-tienen-quienes-compraron-pasajes/
Published on 11.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil to resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 04JUN21, and increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-MAY21.
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e086f06e715efd1a818a79b31397eab95e8b70f4-1620744592-0-Abd689p7Ny7hYtR-olnmp3uEDSTD9yldXECJ1EbNNBGyfglHA8al3H7MqE192RSPj_JyZoKejzRvFbLcf0X4aj_z42hATdTysISy-pLLK4KMv_n5NpvAfKfQ-n1MINAbOeBSODppWj5cE2OYIE4BrLbhenvVX9Umj4SA5FADmPz2CmVGyd9mrlILSwu69-Mta1YkWhteBcpdUbSiE12YC-z7OfYfGvM0Uwx170oAFyOMPLf6AfS7JRVkgGV5YOJ3ZRAdmNLVZnrHCWPUCnpUwKyFV-5273hgGOr3redE19JoM7xS8av5uodwVlcD3F3DGgDhU2U2kqcm1mdmGXcnve_Z1khjsVZ8HxdhetDZOC6rz5kw1ThBMnKhPu4MbnbeD9R1GfARtfwYI0iPe5H0-oWy21R81TBhE_q1-IfHnnXJEZb4mlgErGfQMRui7v1xmbusO8dRADdLbnmu-ahmmR7lJNr7k2Yj5XIzUybJyjvNzPGAyTE85jD_rka3yGksa0MCi-xrZLIIfhGtitrbSZ1buCc8pNZXkWzXazHfO5ABtIPeO19BIen23gfILb3VpFaqoBgNWFdf5nyshyMXYrgq4Sc_qAtYG5saKwK7uAWorPWv7d1-pgo1UG0XpT1rn5fsKB1FsxVD_GVn9pcsXQRe_4vqUrN5frE-hxPcWIzBQNv_HQE_vVXvlSaO-KuDUMUf5Sq4AJIbnx6rQNDPIbycePAOGPQTMfWguvBBlNDq
Published on 10.05.2021
Peruvian government extends suspension of flights from Brazil, India, South Africa and U.K. until 30 May
Source: https://bcdtravel.intelliguide.com/Alert/AlertExternal.aspx?id=eff978b2dc2243fca59904e1e69b64b7%22
Published on 07.05.2021
LATAM Airlines says demand for U.S. travel rising on vaccine tourism.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-says-demand-us-travel-rising-vaccine-tourism-2021-05-07/
Published on 17.06.2021
LATAM Implements a Pilot Health Passport on International Routes from Lima and Santiago
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/press-release/21226998/latam-airlines-group-sa-latam-implements-a-pilot-health-passport-on-international-routes-from-lima-and-santiago
Published on 16.06.2021
LATAM and Aeromexico introduce the IATA Travel Pass on international routes
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-aeromexico-iata-travel-pass/
Published on 15.06.2021
LATAM Brasil moves three routes from Congonhas to Guarulhos
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104637-latam-brasil-moves-three-routes-from-congonhas-to-guarulhos
Published on 14.06.2021
LATAM Colombia Recovers Its Schedule to 100%
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/06/12/latam-colombia-recovers-its-schedule-to-100/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=f0712ed518ebce94b5f4fd08cd6cb832c435a560-1623663585-0-AVOJXl56CgHu3Ok6W3-ErcdUhXRrj7xgrJS9HBZndM2Cq7mTT_BCxp_Dt6KXVnxwmLSsdu7989L5sU0kdYjedGgfLD6PZCrfcYpqPfxsIXFJ3lZNnN7VHR01gmLR_MhlEoUKSC1_4Gg1OV9bGdtKXKhfKr3lLHWTIPWDs2lGzSbFr3kNh9yto4Y5a1c4SSePFhm0qo6nlsujExUd6BOxRYGc_6isY-qEZaxA2s3EUQpgAHkoB-wvED3zSeEBdFLeKtOM-yYQvtbCN5uzPMNu1WXBkjQ2oJ1rBET-fzCbd9gw2HTYGbmTqT3hB_Sx73hitJb7MG8KOmVRcSCPp8Ddz7LTW4-_lE-l9Y6jF3MlGLwnidn_znSfzAe-ysYKjMX2nSiIP9vLIcZxPVExK0OYWN5EKfYbUXMqTMqOervzXpIcJy09KBoRPzZnsAKjM-6Qc06ZzjKmohx7SboNnUUijabG64CzaNBhdVgoSo0D-5dUPFli65gByjZRyHH5eUqhbpMXOM1s21XRI-prpSjllBwsPlgdSUlLWWXEwjF0YKuNWo2kIb8EVuYsWiYEySGtR_HXKjRgPqkuqFwSCd0v5p-pEIMoLMCWDArj7Jt45SgQSHrUP2029vUJ3W-rKWS0HCBa7TXV1vStBsr3mlfhRf4GQBIg2kWOatKaNZufGTOxx5H0HnhXt10w2AAc2kViYw
Published on 10.06.2021
LATAM Airlines seeks extension of deadline for restructuring plan.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-seeks-extension-deadline-restructuring-plan-2021-06-09/
Published on 08.06.2021
LATAM Airlines reduces flights to Miami, other destinations in June because of COVID-19
Source: https://www.infobae.com/economia/2021/06/08/latam-debio-suspender-sus-vuelos-a-miami-que-opciones-tienen-quienes-compraron-pasajes/
Published on 11.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil to resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 04JUN21, and increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-MAY21.
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e086f06e715efd1a818a79b31397eab95e8b70f4-1620744592-0-Abd689p7Ny7hYtR-olnmp3uEDSTD9yldXECJ1EbNNBGyfglHA8al3H7MqE192RSPj_JyZoKejzRvFbLcf0X4aj_z42hATdTysISy-pLLK4KMv_n5NpvAfKfQ-n1MINAbOeBSODppWj5cE2OYIE4BrLbhenvVX9Umj4SA5FADmPz2CmVGyd9mrlILSwu69-Mta1YkWhteBcpdUbSiE12YC-z7OfYfGvM0Uwx170oAFyOMPLf6AfS7JRVkgGV5YOJ3ZRAdmNLVZnrHCWPUCnpUwKyFV-5273hgGOr3redE19JoM7xS8av5uodwVlcD3F3DGgDhU2U2kqcm1mdmGXcnve_Z1khjsVZ8HxdhetDZOC6rz5kw1ThBMnKhPu4MbnbeD9R1GfARtfwYI0iPe5H0-oWy21R81TBhE_q1-IfHnnXJEZb4mlgErGfQMRui7v1xmbusO8dRADdLbnmu-ahmmR7lJNr7k2Yj5XIzUybJyjvNzPGAyTE85jD_rka3yGksa0MCi-xrZLIIfhGtitrbSZ1buCc8pNZXkWzXazHfO5ABtIPeO19BIen23gfILb3VpFaqoBgNWFdf5nyshyMXYrgq4Sc_qAtYG5saKwK7uAWorPWv7d1-pgo1UG0XpT1rn5fsKB1FsxVD_GVn9pcsXQRe_4vqUrN5frE-hxPcWIzBQNv_HQE_vVXvlSaO-KuDUMUf5Sq4AJIbnx6rQNDPIbycePAOGPQTMfWguvBBlNDq
Published on 10.05.2021
Peruvian government extends suspension of flights from Brazil, India, South Africa and U.K. until 30 May
Source: https://bcdtravel.intelliguide.com/Alert/AlertExternal.aspx?id=eff978b2dc2243fca59904e1e69b64b7%22
Published on 07.05.2021
LATAM Airlines says demand for U.S. travel rising on vaccine tourism.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-says-demand-us-travel-rising-vaccine-tourism-2021-05-07/
Published on 17.06.2021
LATAM Implements a Pilot Health Passport on International Routes from Lima and Santiago
Source: https://www.aviationpros.com/airlines/press-release/21226998/latam-airlines-group-sa-latam-implements-a-pilot-health-passport-on-international-routes-from-lima-and-santiago
Published on 16.06.2021
LATAM and Aeromexico introduce the IATA Travel Pass on international routes
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-aeromexico-iata-travel-pass/
Published on 15.06.2021
LATAM Brasil moves three routes from Congonhas to Guarulhos
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104637-latam-brasil-moves-three-routes-from-congonhas-to-guarulhos
Published on 14.06.2021
LATAM Colombia Recovers Its Schedule to 100%
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/06/12/latam-colombia-recovers-its-schedule-to-100/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=f0712ed518ebce94b5f4fd08cd6cb832c435a560-1623663585-0-AVOJXl56CgHu3Ok6W3-ErcdUhXRrj7xgrJS9HBZndM2Cq7mTT_BCxp_Dt6KXVnxwmLSsdu7989L5sU0kdYjedGgfLD6PZCrfcYpqPfxsIXFJ3lZNnN7VHR01gmLR_MhlEoUKSC1_4Gg1OV9bGdtKXKhfKr3lLHWTIPWDs2lGzSbFr3kNh9yto4Y5a1c4SSePFhm0qo6nlsujExUd6BOxRYGc_6isY-qEZaxA2s3EUQpgAHkoB-wvED3zSeEBdFLeKtOM-yYQvtbCN5uzPMNu1WXBkjQ2oJ1rBET-fzCbd9gw2HTYGbmTqT3hB_Sx73hitJb7MG8KOmVRcSCPp8Ddz7LTW4-_lE-l9Y6jF3MlGLwnidn_znSfzAe-ysYKjMX2nSiIP9vLIcZxPVExK0OYWN5EKfYbUXMqTMqOervzXpIcJy09KBoRPzZnsAKjM-6Qc06ZzjKmohx7SboNnUUijabG64CzaNBhdVgoSo0D-5dUPFli65gByjZRyHH5eUqhbpMXOM1s21XRI-prpSjllBwsPlgdSUlLWWXEwjF0YKuNWo2kIb8EVuYsWiYEySGtR_HXKjRgPqkuqFwSCd0v5p-pEIMoLMCWDArj7Jt45SgQSHrUP2029vUJ3W-rKWS0HCBa7TXV1vStBsr3mlfhRf4GQBIg2kWOatKaNZufGTOxx5H0HnhXt10w2AAc2kViYw
Published on 10.06.2021
LATAM Airlines seeks extension of deadline for restructuring plan.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-seeks-extension-deadline-restructuring-plan-2021-06-09/
Published on 08.06.2021
LATAM Airlines reduces flights to Miami, other destinations in June because of COVID-19
Source: https://www.infobae.com/economia/2021/06/08/latam-debio-suspender-sus-vuelos-a-miami-que-opciones-tienen-quienes-compraron-pasajes/
Published on 11.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil to resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 04JUN21, and increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-MAY21.
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e086f06e715efd1a818a79b31397eab95e8b70f4-1620744592-0-Abd689p7Ny7hYtR-olnmp3uEDSTD9yldXECJ1EbNNBGyfglHA8al3H7MqE192RSPj_JyZoKejzRvFbLcf0X4aj_z42hATdTysISy-pLLK4KMv_n5NpvAfKfQ-n1MINAbOeBSODppWj5cE2OYIE4BrLbhenvVX9Umj4SA5FADmPz2CmVGyd9mrlILSwu69-Mta1YkWhteBcpdUbSiE12YC-z7OfYfGvM0Uwx170oAFyOMPLf6AfS7JRVkgGV5YOJ3ZRAdmNLVZnrHCWPUCnpUwKyFV-5273hgGOr3redE19JoM7xS8av5uodwVlcD3F3DGgDhU2U2kqcm1mdmGXcnve_Z1khjsVZ8HxdhetDZOC6rz5kw1ThBMnKhPu4MbnbeD9R1GfARtfwYI0iPe5H0-oWy21R81TBhE_q1-IfHnnXJEZb4mlgErGfQMRui7v1xmbusO8dRADdLbnmu-ahmmR7lJNr7k2Yj5XIzUybJyjvNzPGAyTE85jD_rka3yGksa0MCi-xrZLIIfhGtitrbSZ1buCc8pNZXkWzXazHfO5ABtIPeO19BIen23gfILb3VpFaqoBgNWFdf5nyshyMXYrgq4Sc_qAtYG5saKwK7uAWorPWv7d1-pgo1UG0XpT1rn5fsKB1FsxVD_GVn9pcsXQRe_4vqUrN5frE-hxPcWIzBQNv_HQE_vVXvlSaO-KuDUMUf5Sq4AJIbnx6rQNDPIbycePAOGPQTMfWguvBBlNDq
Published on 10.05.2021
Peruvian government extends suspension of flights from Brazil, India, South Africa and U.K. until 30 May
Source: https://bcdtravel.intelliguide.com/Alert/AlertExternal.aspx?id=eff978b2dc2243fca59904e1e69b64b7%22
Published on 07.05.2021
LATAM Airlines says demand for U.S. travel rising on vaccine tourism.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-says-demand-us-travel-rising-vaccine-tourism-2021-05-07/
Published on 16.06.2021
LATAM and Aeromexico introduce the IATA Travel Pass on international routes
Source: https://simpleflying.com/latam-aeromexico-iata-travel-pass/
Published on 15.06.2021
LATAM Brasil moves three routes from Congonhas to Guarulhos
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104637-latam-brasil-moves-three-routes-from-congonhas-to-guarulhos
Published on 08.06.2021
LATAM Airlines reduces flights to Miami, other destinations in June because of COVID-19
Source: https://www.infobae.com/economia/2021/06/08/latam-debio-suspender-sus-vuelos-a-miami-que-opciones-tienen-quienes-compraron-pasajes/
Published on 11.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil to resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 04JUN21, and increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-MAY21.
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e086f06e715efd1a818a79b31397eab95e8b70f4-1620744592-0-Abd689p7Ny7hYtR-olnmp3uEDSTD9yldXECJ1EbNNBGyfglHA8al3H7MqE192RSPj_JyZoKejzRvFbLcf0X4aj_z42hATdTysISy-pLLK4KMv_n5NpvAfKfQ-n1MINAbOeBSODppWj5cE2OYIE4BrLbhenvVX9Umj4SA5FADmPz2CmVGyd9mrlILSwu69-Mta1YkWhteBcpdUbSiE12YC-z7OfYfGvM0Uwx170oAFyOMPLf6AfS7JRVkgGV5YOJ3ZRAdmNLVZnrHCWPUCnpUwKyFV-5273hgGOr3redE19JoM7xS8av5uodwVlcD3F3DGgDhU2U2kqcm1mdmGXcnve_Z1khjsVZ8HxdhetDZOC6rz5kw1ThBMnKhPu4MbnbeD9R1GfARtfwYI0iPe5H0-oWy21R81TBhE_q1-IfHnnXJEZb4mlgErGfQMRui7v1xmbusO8dRADdLbnmu-ahmmR7lJNr7k2Yj5XIzUybJyjvNzPGAyTE85jD_rka3yGksa0MCi-xrZLIIfhGtitrbSZ1buCc8pNZXkWzXazHfO5ABtIPeO19BIen23gfILb3VpFaqoBgNWFdf5nyshyMXYrgq4Sc_qAtYG5saKwK7uAWorPWv7d1-pgo1UG0XpT1rn5fsKB1FsxVD_GVn9pcsXQRe_4vqUrN5frE-hxPcWIzBQNv_HQE_vVXvlSaO-KuDUMUf5Sq4AJIbnx6rQNDPIbycePAOGPQTMfWguvBBlNDq
Published on 10.05.2021
Peruvian government extends suspension of flights from Brazil, India, South Africa and U.K. until 30 May
Source: https://bcdtravel.intelliguide.com/Alert/AlertExternal.aspx?id=eff978b2dc2243fca59904e1e69b64b7%22
Published on 07.05.2021
LATAM Airlines says demand for U.S. travel rising on vaccine tourism.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-says-demand-us-travel-rising-vaccine-tourism-2021-05-07/
Published on 14.06.2021
LATAM Colombia Recovers Its Schedule to 100%
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/06/12/latam-colombia-recovers-its-schedule-to-100/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=f0712ed518ebce94b5f4fd08cd6cb832c435a560-1623663585-0-AVOJXl56CgHu3Ok6W3-ErcdUhXRrj7xgrJS9HBZndM2Cq7mTT_BCxp_Dt6KXVnxwmLSsdu7989L5sU0kdYjedGgfLD6PZCrfcYpqPfxsIXFJ3lZNnN7VHR01gmLR_MhlEoUKSC1_4Gg1OV9bGdtKXKhfKr3lLHWTIPWDs2lGzSbFr3kNh9yto4Y5a1c4SSePFhm0qo6nlsujExUd6BOxRYGc_6isY-qEZaxA2s3EUQpgAHkoB-wvED3zSeEBdFLeKtOM-yYQvtbCN5uzPMNu1WXBkjQ2oJ1rBET-fzCbd9gw2HTYGbmTqT3hB_Sx73hitJb7MG8KOmVRcSCPp8Ddz7LTW4-_lE-l9Y6jF3MlGLwnidn_znSfzAe-ysYKjMX2nSiIP9vLIcZxPVExK0OYWN5EKfYbUXMqTMqOervzXpIcJy09KBoRPzZnsAKjM-6Qc06ZzjKmohx7SboNnUUijabG64CzaNBhdVgoSo0D-5dUPFli65gByjZRyHH5eUqhbpMXOM1s21XRI-prpSjllBwsPlgdSUlLWWXEwjF0YKuNWo2kIb8EVuYsWiYEySGtR_HXKjRgPqkuqFwSCd0v5p-pEIMoLMCWDArj7Jt45SgQSHrUP2029vUJ3W-rKWS0HCBa7TXV1vStBsr3mlfhRf4GQBIg2kWOatKaNZufGTOxx5H0HnhXt10w2AAc2kViYw
Published on 10.06.2021
LATAM Airlines seeks extension of deadline for restructuring plan.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-seeks-extension-deadline-restructuring-plan-2021-06-09/
Published on 15.06.2021
LATAM Brasil moves three routes from Congonhas to Guarulhos
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/104637-latam-brasil-moves-three-routes-from-congonhas-to-guarulhos
Published on 14.06.2021
LATAM Colombia Recovers Its Schedule to 100%
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/06/12/latam-colombia-recovers-its-schedule-to-100/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=f0712ed518ebce94b5f4fd08cd6cb832c435a560-1623663585-0-AVOJXl56CgHu3Ok6W3-ErcdUhXRrj7xgrJS9HBZndM2Cq7mTT_BCxp_Dt6KXVnxwmLSsdu7989L5sU0kdYjedGgfLD6PZCrfcYpqPfxsIXFJ3lZNnN7VHR01gmLR_MhlEoUKSC1_4Gg1OV9bGdtKXKhfKr3lLHWTIPWDs2lGzSbFr3kNh9yto4Y5a1c4SSePFhm0qo6nlsujExUd6BOxRYGc_6isY-qEZaxA2s3EUQpgAHkoB-wvED3zSeEBdFLeKtOM-yYQvtbCN5uzPMNu1WXBkjQ2oJ1rBET-fzCbd9gw2HTYGbmTqT3hB_Sx73hitJb7MG8KOmVRcSCPp8Ddz7LTW4-_lE-l9Y6jF3MlGLwnidn_znSfzAe-ysYKjMX2nSiIP9vLIcZxPVExK0OYWN5EKfYbUXMqTMqOervzXpIcJy09KBoRPzZnsAKjM-6Qc06ZzjKmohx7SboNnUUijabG64CzaNBhdVgoSo0D-5dUPFli65gByjZRyHH5eUqhbpMXOM1s21XRI-prpSjllBwsPlgdSUlLWWXEwjF0YKuNWo2kIb8EVuYsWiYEySGtR_HXKjRgPqkuqFwSCd0v5p-pEIMoLMCWDArj7Jt45SgQSHrUP2029vUJ3W-rKWS0HCBa7TXV1vStBsr3mlfhRf4GQBIg2kWOatKaNZufGTOxx5H0HnhXt10w2AAc2kViYw
Published on 10.06.2021
LATAM Airlines seeks extension of deadline for restructuring plan.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-seeks-extension-deadline-restructuring-plan-2021-06-09/
Published on 08.06.2021
LATAM Airlines reduces flights to Miami, other destinations in June because of COVID-19
Source: https://www.infobae.com/economia/2021/06/08/latam-debio-suspender-sus-vuelos-a-miami-que-opciones-tienen-quienes-compraron-pasajes/
Published on 11.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil to resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 04JUN21, and increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-MAY21.
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e086f06e715efd1a818a79b31397eab95e8b70f4-1620744592-0-Abd689p7Ny7hYtR-olnmp3uEDSTD9yldXECJ1EbNNBGyfglHA8al3H7MqE192RSPj_JyZoKejzRvFbLcf0X4aj_z42hATdTysISy-pLLK4KMv_n5NpvAfKfQ-n1MINAbOeBSODppWj5cE2OYIE4BrLbhenvVX9Umj4SA5FADmPz2CmVGyd9mrlILSwu69-Mta1YkWhteBcpdUbSiE12YC-z7OfYfGvM0Uwx170oAFyOMPLf6AfS7JRVkgGV5YOJ3ZRAdmNLVZnrHCWPUCnpUwKyFV-5273hgGOr3redE19JoM7xS8av5uodwVlcD3F3DGgDhU2U2kqcm1mdmGXcnve_Z1khjsVZ8HxdhetDZOC6rz5kw1ThBMnKhPu4MbnbeD9R1GfARtfwYI0iPe5H0-oWy21R81TBhE_q1-IfHnnXJEZb4mlgErGfQMRui7v1xmbusO8dRADdLbnmu-ahmmR7lJNr7k2Yj5XIzUybJyjvNzPGAyTE85jD_rka3yGksa0MCi-xrZLIIfhGtitrbSZ1buCc8pNZXkWzXazHfO5ABtIPeO19BIen23gfILb3VpFaqoBgNWFdf5nyshyMXYrgq4Sc_qAtYG5saKwK7uAWorPWv7d1-pgo1UG0XpT1rn5fsKB1FsxVD_GVn9pcsXQRe_4vqUrN5frE-hxPcWIzBQNv_HQE_vVXvlSaO-KuDUMUf5Sq4AJIbnx6rQNDPIbycePAOGPQTMfWguvBBlNDq
Published on 10.05.2021
Peruvian government extends suspension of flights from Brazil, India, South Africa and U.K. until 30 May
Source: https://bcdtravel.intelliguide.com/Alert/AlertExternal.aspx?id=eff978b2dc2243fca59904e1e69b64b7%22
Published on 07.05.2021
LATAM Airlines says demand for U.S. travel rising on vaccine tourism.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-says-demand-us-travel-rising-vaccine-tourism-2021-05-07/
Published on 14.06.2021
LATAM Colombia Recovers Its Schedule to 100%
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/06/12/latam-colombia-recovers-its-schedule-to-100/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=f0712ed518ebce94b5f4fd08cd6cb832c435a560-1623663585-0-AVOJXl56CgHu3Ok6W3-ErcdUhXRrj7xgrJS9HBZndM2Cq7mTT_BCxp_Dt6KXVnxwmLSsdu7989L5sU0kdYjedGgfLD6PZCrfcYpqPfxsIXFJ3lZNnN7VHR01gmLR_MhlEoUKSC1_4Gg1OV9bGdtKXKhfKr3lLHWTIPWDs2lGzSbFr3kNh9yto4Y5a1c4SSePFhm0qo6nlsujExUd6BOxRYGc_6isY-qEZaxA2s3EUQpgAHkoB-wvED3zSeEBdFLeKtOM-yYQvtbCN5uzPMNu1WXBkjQ2oJ1rBET-fzCbd9gw2HTYGbmTqT3hB_Sx73hitJb7MG8KOmVRcSCPp8Ddz7LTW4-_lE-l9Y6jF3MlGLwnidn_znSfzAe-ysYKjMX2nSiIP9vLIcZxPVExK0OYWN5EKfYbUXMqTMqOervzXpIcJy09KBoRPzZnsAKjM-6Qc06ZzjKmohx7SboNnUUijabG64CzaNBhdVgoSo0D-5dUPFli65gByjZRyHH5eUqhbpMXOM1s21XRI-prpSjllBwsPlgdSUlLWWXEwjF0YKuNWo2kIb8EVuYsWiYEySGtR_HXKjRgPqkuqFwSCd0v5p-pEIMoLMCWDArj7Jt45SgQSHrUP2029vUJ3W-rKWS0HCBa7TXV1vStBsr3mlfhRf4GQBIg2kWOatKaNZufGTOxx5H0HnhXt10w2AAc2kViYw
Published on 10.06.2021
LATAM Airlines seeks extension of deadline for restructuring plan.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-seeks-extension-deadline-restructuring-plan-2021-06-09/
Published on 08.06.2021
LATAM Airlines reduces flights to Miami, other destinations in June because of COVID-19
Source: https://www.infobae.com/economia/2021/06/08/latam-debio-suspender-sus-vuelos-a-miami-que-opciones-tienen-quienes-compraron-pasajes/
Published on 11.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil to resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 04JUN21, and increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-MAY21.
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e086f06e715efd1a818a79b31397eab95e8b70f4-1620744592-0-Abd689p7Ny7hYtR-olnmp3uEDSTD9yldXECJ1EbNNBGyfglHA8al3H7MqE192RSPj_JyZoKejzRvFbLcf0X4aj_z42hATdTysISy-pLLK4KMv_n5NpvAfKfQ-n1MINAbOeBSODppWj5cE2OYIE4BrLbhenvVX9Umj4SA5FADmPz2CmVGyd9mrlILSwu69-Mta1YkWhteBcpdUbSiE12YC-z7OfYfGvM0Uwx170oAFyOMPLf6AfS7JRVkgGV5YOJ3ZRAdmNLVZnrHCWPUCnpUwKyFV-5273hgGOr3redE19JoM7xS8av5uodwVlcD3F3DGgDhU2U2kqcm1mdmGXcnve_Z1khjsVZ8HxdhetDZOC6rz5kw1ThBMnKhPu4MbnbeD9R1GfARtfwYI0iPe5H0-oWy21R81TBhE_q1-IfHnnXJEZb4mlgErGfQMRui7v1xmbusO8dRADdLbnmu-ahmmR7lJNr7k2Yj5XIzUybJyjvNzPGAyTE85jD_rka3yGksa0MCi-xrZLIIfhGtitrbSZ1buCc8pNZXkWzXazHfO5ABtIPeO19BIen23gfILb3VpFaqoBgNWFdf5nyshyMXYrgq4Sc_qAtYG5saKwK7uAWorPWv7d1-pgo1UG0XpT1rn5fsKB1FsxVD_GVn9pcsXQRe_4vqUrN5frE-hxPcWIzBQNv_HQE_vVXvlSaO-KuDUMUf5Sq4AJIbnx6rQNDPIbycePAOGPQTMfWguvBBlNDq
Published on 10.05.2021
Peruvian government extends suspension of flights from Brazil, India, South Africa and U.K. until 30 May
Source: https://bcdtravel.intelliguide.com/Alert/AlertExternal.aspx?id=eff978b2dc2243fca59904e1e69b64b7%22
Published on 07.05.2021
LATAM Airlines says demand for U.S. travel rising on vaccine tourism.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-says-demand-us-travel-rising-vaccine-tourism-2021-05-07/
Published on 10.06.2021
LATAM Airlines seeks extension of deadline for restructuring plan.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-seeks-extension-deadline-restructuring-plan-2021-06-09/
Published on 08.06.2021
LATAM Airlines reduces flights to Miami, other destinations in June because of COVID-19
Source: https://www.infobae.com/economia/2021/06/08/latam-debio-suspender-sus-vuelos-a-miami-que-opciones-tienen-quienes-compraron-pasajes/
Published on 11.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil to resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 04JUN21, and increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-MAY21.
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e086f06e715efd1a818a79b31397eab95e8b70f4-1620744592-0-Abd689p7Ny7hYtR-olnmp3uEDSTD9yldXECJ1EbNNBGyfglHA8al3H7MqE192RSPj_JyZoKejzRvFbLcf0X4aj_z42hATdTysISy-pLLK4KMv_n5NpvAfKfQ-n1MINAbOeBSODppWj5cE2OYIE4BrLbhenvVX9Umj4SA5FADmPz2CmVGyd9mrlILSwu69-Mta1YkWhteBcpdUbSiE12YC-z7OfYfGvM0Uwx170oAFyOMPLf6AfS7JRVkgGV5YOJ3ZRAdmNLVZnrHCWPUCnpUwKyFV-5273hgGOr3redE19JoM7xS8av5uodwVlcD3F3DGgDhU2U2kqcm1mdmGXcnve_Z1khjsVZ8HxdhetDZOC6rz5kw1ThBMnKhPu4MbnbeD9R1GfARtfwYI0iPe5H0-oWy21R81TBhE_q1-IfHnnXJEZb4mlgErGfQMRui7v1xmbusO8dRADdLbnmu-ahmmR7lJNr7k2Yj5XIzUybJyjvNzPGAyTE85jD_rka3yGksa0MCi-xrZLIIfhGtitrbSZ1buCc8pNZXkWzXazHfO5ABtIPeO19BIen23gfILb3VpFaqoBgNWFdf5nyshyMXYrgq4Sc_qAtYG5saKwK7uAWorPWv7d1-pgo1UG0XpT1rn5fsKB1FsxVD_GVn9pcsXQRe_4vqUrN5frE-hxPcWIzBQNv_HQE_vVXvlSaO-KuDUMUf5Sq4AJIbnx6rQNDPIbycePAOGPQTMfWguvBBlNDq
Published on 10.05.2021
Peruvian government extends suspension of flights from Brazil, India, South Africa and U.K. until 30 May
Source: https://bcdtravel.intelliguide.com/Alert/AlertExternal.aspx?id=eff978b2dc2243fca59904e1e69b64b7%22
Published on 07.05.2021
LATAM Airlines says demand for U.S. travel rising on vaccine tourism.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-says-demand-us-travel-rising-vaccine-tourism-2021-05-07/
Published on 10.06.2021
LATAM Airlines seeks extension of deadline for restructuring plan.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-seeks-extension-deadline-restructuring-plan-2021-06-09/
Published on 08.06.2021
LATAM Airlines reduces flights to Miami, other destinations in June because of COVID-19
Source: https://www.infobae.com/economia/2021/06/08/latam-debio-suspender-sus-vuelos-a-miami-que-opciones-tienen-quienes-compraron-pasajes/
Published on 11.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil to resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 04JUN21, and increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-MAY21.
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e086f06e715efd1a818a79b31397eab95e8b70f4-1620744592-0-Abd689p7Ny7hYtR-olnmp3uEDSTD9yldXECJ1EbNNBGyfglHA8al3H7MqE192RSPj_JyZoKejzRvFbLcf0X4aj_z42hATdTysISy-pLLK4KMv_n5NpvAfKfQ-n1MINAbOeBSODppWj5cE2OYIE4BrLbhenvVX9Umj4SA5FADmPz2CmVGyd9mrlILSwu69-Mta1YkWhteBcpdUbSiE12YC-z7OfYfGvM0Uwx170oAFyOMPLf6AfS7JRVkgGV5YOJ3ZRAdmNLVZnrHCWPUCnpUwKyFV-5273hgGOr3redE19JoM7xS8av5uodwVlcD3F3DGgDhU2U2kqcm1mdmGXcnve_Z1khjsVZ8HxdhetDZOC6rz5kw1ThBMnKhPu4MbnbeD9R1GfARtfwYI0iPe5H0-oWy21R81TBhE_q1-IfHnnXJEZb4mlgErGfQMRui7v1xmbusO8dRADdLbnmu-ahmmR7lJNr7k2Yj5XIzUybJyjvNzPGAyTE85jD_rka3yGksa0MCi-xrZLIIfhGtitrbSZ1buCc8pNZXkWzXazHfO5ABtIPeO19BIen23gfILb3VpFaqoBgNWFdf5nyshyMXYrgq4Sc_qAtYG5saKwK7uAWorPWv7d1-pgo1UG0XpT1rn5fsKB1FsxVD_GVn9pcsXQRe_4vqUrN5frE-hxPcWIzBQNv_HQE_vVXvlSaO-KuDUMUf5Sq4AJIbnx6rQNDPIbycePAOGPQTMfWguvBBlNDq
Published on 10.05.2021
Peruvian government extends suspension of flights from Brazil, India, South Africa and U.K. until 30 May
Source: https://bcdtravel.intelliguide.com/Alert/AlertExternal.aspx?id=eff978b2dc2243fca59904e1e69b64b7%22
Published on 07.05.2021
LATAM Airlines says demand for U.S. travel rising on vaccine tourism.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-says-demand-us-travel-rising-vaccine-tourism-2021-05-07/
Published on 10.06.2021
LATAM Airlines seeks extension of deadline for restructuring plan.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-seeks-extension-deadline-restructuring-plan-2021-06-09/
Published on 08.06.2021
LATAM Airlines reduces flights to Miami, other destinations in June because of COVID-19
Source: https://www.infobae.com/economia/2021/06/08/latam-debio-suspender-sus-vuelos-a-miami-que-opciones-tienen-quienes-compraron-pasajes/
Published on 11.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil to resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 04JUN21, and increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-MAY21.
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e086f06e715efd1a818a79b31397eab95e8b70f4-1620744592-0-Abd689p7Ny7hYtR-olnmp3uEDSTD9yldXECJ1EbNNBGyfglHA8al3H7MqE192RSPj_JyZoKejzRvFbLcf0X4aj_z42hATdTysISy-pLLK4KMv_n5NpvAfKfQ-n1MINAbOeBSODppWj5cE2OYIE4BrLbhenvVX9Umj4SA5FADmPz2CmVGyd9mrlILSwu69-Mta1YkWhteBcpdUbSiE12YC-z7OfYfGvM0Uwx170oAFyOMPLf6AfS7JRVkgGV5YOJ3ZRAdmNLVZnrHCWPUCnpUwKyFV-5273hgGOr3redE19JoM7xS8av5uodwVlcD3F3DGgDhU2U2kqcm1mdmGXcnve_Z1khjsVZ8HxdhetDZOC6rz5kw1ThBMnKhPu4MbnbeD9R1GfARtfwYI0iPe5H0-oWy21R81TBhE_q1-IfHnnXJEZb4mlgErGfQMRui7v1xmbusO8dRADdLbnmu-ahmmR7lJNr7k2Yj5XIzUybJyjvNzPGAyTE85jD_rka3yGksa0MCi-xrZLIIfhGtitrbSZ1buCc8pNZXkWzXazHfO5ABtIPeO19BIen23gfILb3VpFaqoBgNWFdf5nyshyMXYrgq4Sc_qAtYG5saKwK7uAWorPWv7d1-pgo1UG0XpT1rn5fsKB1FsxVD_GVn9pcsXQRe_4vqUrN5frE-hxPcWIzBQNv_HQE_vVXvlSaO-KuDUMUf5Sq4AJIbnx6rQNDPIbycePAOGPQTMfWguvBBlNDq
Published on 10.05.2021
Peruvian government extends suspension of flights from Brazil, India, South Africa and U.K. until 30 May
Source: https://bcdtravel.intelliguide.com/Alert/AlertExternal.aspx?id=eff978b2dc2243fca59904e1e69b64b7%22
Published on 07.05.2021
LATAM Airlines says demand for U.S. travel rising on vaccine tourism.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-says-demand-us-travel-rising-vaccine-tourism-2021-05-07/
Published on 10.06.2021
LATAM Airlines seeks extension of deadline for restructuring plan.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-seeks-extension-deadline-restructuring-plan-2021-06-09/
Published on 08.06.2021
LATAM Airlines reduces flights to Miami, other destinations in June because of COVID-19
Source: https://www.infobae.com/economia/2021/06/08/latam-debio-suspender-sus-vuelos-a-miami-que-opciones-tienen-quienes-compraron-pasajes/
Published on 11.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil to resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 04JUN21, and increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-MAY21.
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e086f06e715efd1a818a79b31397eab95e8b70f4-1620744592-0-Abd689p7Ny7hYtR-olnmp3uEDSTD9yldXECJ1EbNNBGyfglHA8al3H7MqE192RSPj_JyZoKejzRvFbLcf0X4aj_z42hATdTysISy-pLLK4KMv_n5NpvAfKfQ-n1MINAbOeBSODppWj5cE2OYIE4BrLbhenvVX9Umj4SA5FADmPz2CmVGyd9mrlILSwu69-Mta1YkWhteBcpdUbSiE12YC-z7OfYfGvM0Uwx170oAFyOMPLf6AfS7JRVkgGV5YOJ3ZRAdmNLVZnrHCWPUCnpUwKyFV-5273hgGOr3redE19JoM7xS8av5uodwVlcD3F3DGgDhU2U2kqcm1mdmGXcnve_Z1khjsVZ8HxdhetDZOC6rz5kw1ThBMnKhPu4MbnbeD9R1GfARtfwYI0iPe5H0-oWy21R81TBhE_q1-IfHnnXJEZb4mlgErGfQMRui7v1xmbusO8dRADdLbnmu-ahmmR7lJNr7k2Yj5XIzUybJyjvNzPGAyTE85jD_rka3yGksa0MCi-xrZLIIfhGtitrbSZ1buCc8pNZXkWzXazHfO5ABtIPeO19BIen23gfILb3VpFaqoBgNWFdf5nyshyMXYrgq4Sc_qAtYG5saKwK7uAWorPWv7d1-pgo1UG0XpT1rn5fsKB1FsxVD_GVn9pcsXQRe_4vqUrN5frE-hxPcWIzBQNv_HQE_vVXvlSaO-KuDUMUf5Sq4AJIbnx6rQNDPIbycePAOGPQTMfWguvBBlNDq
Published on 10.05.2021
Peruvian government extends suspension of flights from Brazil, India, South Africa and U.K. until 30 May
Source: https://bcdtravel.intelliguide.com/Alert/AlertExternal.aspx?id=eff978b2dc2243fca59904e1e69b64b7%22
Published on 07.05.2021
LATAM Airlines says demand for U.S. travel rising on vaccine tourism.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-says-demand-us-travel-rising-vaccine-tourism-2021-05-07/
Published on 08.06.2021
LATAM Airlines reduces flights to Miami, other destinations in June because of COVID-19
Source: https://www.infobae.com/economia/2021/06/08/latam-debio-suspender-sus-vuelos-a-miami-que-opciones-tienen-quienes-compraron-pasajes/
Published on 11.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil to resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 04JUN21, and increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-MAY21.
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e086f06e715efd1a818a79b31397eab95e8b70f4-1620744592-0-Abd689p7Ny7hYtR-olnmp3uEDSTD9yldXECJ1EbNNBGyfglHA8al3H7MqE192RSPj_JyZoKejzRvFbLcf0X4aj_z42hATdTysISy-pLLK4KMv_n5NpvAfKfQ-n1MINAbOeBSODppWj5cE2OYIE4BrLbhenvVX9Umj4SA5FADmPz2CmVGyd9mrlILSwu69-Mta1YkWhteBcpdUbSiE12YC-z7OfYfGvM0Uwx170oAFyOMPLf6AfS7JRVkgGV5YOJ3ZRAdmNLVZnrHCWPUCnpUwKyFV-5273hgGOr3redE19JoM7xS8av5uodwVlcD3F3DGgDhU2U2kqcm1mdmGXcnve_Z1khjsVZ8HxdhetDZOC6rz5kw1ThBMnKhPu4MbnbeD9R1GfARtfwYI0iPe5H0-oWy21R81TBhE_q1-IfHnnXJEZb4mlgErGfQMRui7v1xmbusO8dRADdLbnmu-ahmmR7lJNr7k2Yj5XIzUybJyjvNzPGAyTE85jD_rka3yGksa0MCi-xrZLIIfhGtitrbSZ1buCc8pNZXkWzXazHfO5ABtIPeO19BIen23gfILb3VpFaqoBgNWFdf5nyshyMXYrgq4Sc_qAtYG5saKwK7uAWorPWv7d1-pgo1UG0XpT1rn5fsKB1FsxVD_GVn9pcsXQRe_4vqUrN5frE-hxPcWIzBQNv_HQE_vVXvlSaO-KuDUMUf5Sq4AJIbnx6rQNDPIbycePAOGPQTMfWguvBBlNDq
Published on 10.05.2021
Peruvian government extends suspension of flights from Brazil, India, South Africa and U.K. until 30 May
Source: https://bcdtravel.intelliguide.com/Alert/AlertExternal.aspx?id=eff978b2dc2243fca59904e1e69b64b7%22
Published on 07.05.2021
LATAM Airlines says demand for U.S. travel rising on vaccine tourism.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-says-demand-us-travel-rising-vaccine-tourism-2021-05-07/
Published on 08.06.2021
LATAM Airlines reduces flights to Miami, other destinations in June because of COVID-19
Source: https://www.infobae.com/economia/2021/06/08/latam-debio-suspender-sus-vuelos-a-miami-que-opciones-tienen-quienes-compraron-pasajes/
Published on 11.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil to resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 04JUN21, and increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-MAY21.
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e086f06e715efd1a818a79b31397eab95e8b70f4-1620744592-0-Abd689p7Ny7hYtR-olnmp3uEDSTD9yldXECJ1EbNNBGyfglHA8al3H7MqE192RSPj_JyZoKejzRvFbLcf0X4aj_z42hATdTysISy-pLLK4KMv_n5NpvAfKfQ-n1MINAbOeBSODppWj5cE2OYIE4BrLbhenvVX9Umj4SA5FADmPz2CmVGyd9mrlILSwu69-Mta1YkWhteBcpdUbSiE12YC-z7OfYfGvM0Uwx170oAFyOMPLf6AfS7JRVkgGV5YOJ3ZRAdmNLVZnrHCWPUCnpUwKyFV-5273hgGOr3redE19JoM7xS8av5uodwVlcD3F3DGgDhU2U2kqcm1mdmGXcnve_Z1khjsVZ8HxdhetDZOC6rz5kw1ThBMnKhPu4MbnbeD9R1GfARtfwYI0iPe5H0-oWy21R81TBhE_q1-IfHnnXJEZb4mlgErGfQMRui7v1xmbusO8dRADdLbnmu-ahmmR7lJNr7k2Yj5XIzUybJyjvNzPGAyTE85jD_rka3yGksa0MCi-xrZLIIfhGtitrbSZ1buCc8pNZXkWzXazHfO5ABtIPeO19BIen23gfILb3VpFaqoBgNWFdf5nyshyMXYrgq4Sc_qAtYG5saKwK7uAWorPWv7d1-pgo1UG0XpT1rn5fsKB1FsxVD_GVn9pcsXQRe_4vqUrN5frE-hxPcWIzBQNv_HQE_vVXvlSaO-KuDUMUf5Sq4AJIbnx6rQNDPIbycePAOGPQTMfWguvBBlNDq
Published on 10.05.2021
Peruvian government extends suspension of flights from Brazil, India, South Africa and U.K. until 30 May
Source: https://bcdtravel.intelliguide.com/Alert/AlertExternal.aspx?id=eff978b2dc2243fca59904e1e69b64b7%22
Published on 07.05.2021
LATAM Airlines says demand for U.S. travel rising on vaccine tourism.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-says-demand-us-travel-rising-vaccine-tourism-2021-05-07/
Published on 08.06.2021
LATAM Airlines reduces flights to Miami, other destinations in June because of COVID-19
Source: https://www.infobae.com/economia/2021/06/08/latam-debio-suspender-sus-vuelos-a-miami-que-opciones-tienen-quienes-compraron-pasajes/
Published on 11.05.2021
LATAM Airlines Brazil to resume non-stop flights to Cancun from 04JUN21, and increase flights from Sao Paulo to Lisbon from mid-MAY21.
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/10/latam-brasil-restores-more-international-flying-announces-cancun-flights/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=e086f06e715efd1a818a79b31397eab95e8b70f4-1620744592-0-Abd689p7Ny7hYtR-olnmp3uEDSTD9yldXECJ1EbNNBGyfglHA8al3H7MqE192RSPj_JyZoKejzRvFbLcf0X4aj_z42hATdTysISy-pLLK4KMv_n5NpvAfKfQ-n1MINAbOeBSODppWj5cE2OYIE4BrLbhenvVX9Umj4SA5FADmPz2CmVGyd9mrlILSwu69-Mta1YkWhteBcpdUbSiE12YC-z7OfYfGvM0Uwx170oAFyOMPLf6AfS7JRVkgGV5YOJ3ZRAdmNLVZnrHCWPUCnpUwKyFV-5273hgGOr3redE19JoM7xS8av5uodwVlcD3F3DGgDhU2U2kqcm1mdmGXcnve_Z1khjsVZ8HxdhetDZOC6rz5kw1ThBMnKhPu4MbnbeD9R1GfARtfwYI0iPe5H0-oWy21R81TBhE_q1-IfHnnXJEZb4mlgErGfQMRui7v1xmbusO8dRADdLbnmu-ahmmR7lJNr7k2Yj5XIzUybJyjvNzPGAyTE85jD_rka3yGksa0MCi-xrZLIIfhGtitrbSZ1buCc8pNZXkWzXazHfO5ABtIPeO19BIen23gfILb3VpFaqoBgNWFdf5nyshyMXYrgq4Sc_qAtYG5saKwK7uAWorPWv7d1-pgo1UG0XpT1rn5fsKB1FsxVD_GVn9pcsXQRe_4vqUrN5frE-hxPcWIzBQNv_HQE_vVXvlSaO-KuDUMUf5Sq4AJIbnx6rQNDPIbycePAOGPQTMfWguvBBlNDq
Published on 10.05.2021
Peruvian government extends suspension of flights from Brazil, India, South Africa and U.K. until 30 May
Source: https://bcdtravel.intelliguide.com/Alert/AlertExternal.aspx?id=eff978b2dc2243fca59904e1e69b64b7%22
Published on 07.05.2021
LATAM Airlines says demand for U.S. travel rising on vaccine tourism.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/latam-airlines-says-demand-us-travel-rising-vaccine-tourism-2021-05-07/

Published on 08.10.2020
JetSmart adds Castro/Chiloe service from Dec 2020

10.09.2020 LATAM Chile
Santiago de Chile – Los Angeles eff 11SEP20 2 weekly 787-8
Santiago de Chile – Lima eff 15SEP20 10 weekly A320/787-9
Santiago de Chile – Madrid 3 weekly 787-8
Santiago de Chile – Miami 8 weekly 787-9
Santiago de Chile – Montevideo 1 weekly A320
Santiago de Chile – New York JFK 2 weekly 787-8
Santiago de Chile – Sao Paulo Guarulhos 4 weekly A320
Santiago de Chile – Sao Paulo Guarulhos – New York JFK 2 weekly 787-8

Published on 09.09.2020
LATAM Airlines Group Sep 2020 International operations as of 06SEP20

Published on 10.08.2020
LATAM Airlines Group 2020/21 International network update as of 0030GMT 08AUG20

27.07.2020 LATAM Airlines Group in the last few days continue to adjust planned International operation, for the month of August 2020. As of 26JUL20, planned operation as follows. Various travel restrictions continue to impact the airline’s planned operation.

LATAM Chile
Santiago de Chile – Lima eff 10AUG20 3 weekly A320
Santiago de Chile – Lima – Los Angeles eff 15AUG20 2 weekly 787-8
Santiago de Chile – Lima – New York JFK eff 16AUG20 3 weekly 787-8
Santiago de Chile – Madrid 2 weekly 787-8
Santiago de Chile – Miami 1 daily 787-9
Santiago de Chile – Sao Paulo Guarulhos 10 weekly A320

LATAM Peru
Lima – Miami eff 14AUG20 1 daily 767-300ER
Lima – Quito eff 11AUG20 3 weekly A320

More from LATAM AirlinesPublished on 20.07.2020
JetSMART adds Santiago de Chile – Trujillo service from Sep 2020

Published on 17.07.2020
LATAM Chile delays nonstop Frankfurt launch to 1Q21

23.06.20202 LATAM Airlines Chile during the month of July 2020 plans to resume service to Madrid, part of the airline’s interim International operation. Planned operation as follows.

Santiago de Chile – Madrid eff 15JUL20 3 weekly 787-9
Santiago de Chile – Miami 1 daily 787-9
Santiago de Chile – Sao Paulo Guarulhos 1 daily 787-8
Published on 26.05.2020
ALERT Latin America’s largest airline LATAM files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

Published on 21.05.2020
LATAM Group to Increase Flights in June and July

Full Restrictions
Open for travel from Chile
Crossing Rules

Entry restrictions
Passengers must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test result. The test must have been taken at most 72 hours before departure of the last direct flight to Chile.
– This does not apply to passengers younger than 2 years.

Passengers must have a travel insurance with a minimum coverage of USD 30,000 to cover all expenses originated by Coronavirus (COVID-19), e.g., medical treatments, repatriation costs, etc.

An Affidavit for Travellers to Prevent Coronavirus Diseases (COVID-19) (Declaracion Jurada) must be completed at www.c19.cl at most 48 hours before arrival.

Passengers could be subject to Coronavirus (COVID-19) test upon arrival.

Passengers must undergo “Passenger Tracking” for 14 days or until they leave Chile.

A completed “SAG Affidavit” must be presented upon arrival. The form can be submitted online before departure at www.sagingresoachile.cl .
– This does not apply to passengers younger than 18 years.

Ban entry for passengers who arrive from or during last 14 days have been in United Kingdom
Passengers arriving from the United Kingdom are not allowed to enter.

Passengers who have been in the past 14 days in the United Kingdom are not allowed to enter.

Flights from/to United Kingdom are suspended

Forced isolation
Passengers are subject to quarantine.

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Flight Restrictions
Published on 03.12.2021

1. Passengers are not allowed to enter if in the past 14 days they have been in Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa or Zimbabwe. - This does not apply to
nationals and residents of Chile.

2. Passengers are not allowed to enter. - This does not apply to: - nationals and residents of Chile; - children and parents of nationals and residents of Chile. They must have
proof of their relationship; - spouses and partners with registered partnership of nationals and residents of Chile who were married or registered as partners in Chile. They must
have a confirmation of their relationship issued by Civil Registry; - passengers with a diplomatic or official visa issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Chile; - passengers
with a diplomatic or official passport; - passengers with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully vaccinated at least 14 days before arrival. Vaccines
accepted are: AstraZeneca (SK Bioscience), AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria), Covieshield, Janssen, Moderna (Spikevax), Pfizer-BioNTech (Comirnaty), Sinopharm and Sinovac. The certificate
must be uploaded before departure at https://mevacuno.gob.cl/; - passengers younger than 6 years traveling with their vaccinated parents/guardians.

3. Passengers must arrive at Antofagasta (ANF), Iquique (IQQ), Punta Arenas (PUQ) or Santiago (SCL). - This does not apply to: - nationals and residents of Chile; - passengers
with a diplomatic passport.

4. Passengers must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken at most 72 hours before departure of the last direct flight to Chile. - This does not apply to: - passengers younger
than 2 years; - nationals and residents of Chile with 2 medical certificates with positive Coronavirus (COVID-19) RT-PCR test results: - the first test taken at least 14 days and
at most one month before departure, and - the second test taken at most 72 hours before departure.

5. Passengers must complete an "Affidavit for Travellers to Prevent Coronavirus Diseases (COVID-19) (Declaracion Jurada)" at most 48 hours before arrival at www.c19.cl . They will
receive a confirmation email with a QR code to be presented upon arrival. The confirmation email must state "Vacunas Validadas" for passengers with a COVID-19 vaccination
certificate.

6. Passengers must have travel insurance to cover COVID-19 expenses, with a minimum coverage of USD 30,000. This does not apply to: - nationals and residents of Chile; - nationals
of Spain with an E-CHL/09 and E-CH/11 form.

7. Passengers must undergo "Passenger Tracking" for 14 days or until they leave Chile.

8. Passengers could be subject to a COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival; and - are subject to quarantine for up to 7 days. Passengers with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing
that they were fully vaccinated at least 14 days before arrival are subject to quarantine until test results are ready. Details can be found at
https://chile.gob.cl/chile/en/ingreso-a-chile-desde-el-exterior . - This does not apply to passengers who in the past 14 days have been in Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Mozambique,
Namibia, South Africa or Zimbabwe.

9. Passengers who in the past 14 days they been in Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa or Zimbabwe are subject to a COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival and
quarantine for 7 days.

10. Passengers younger than 18 years traveling unaccompanied are subject to quarantine at home.

11. Airline crew could be subject to quarantine for up to 7 days. - This does not apply to: - airline crew with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully
vaccinated and received a booster dose at most 6 months before arrival; - airline crew with a negative COVID-19 antigen or RT-PCR test taken at least every 7 days.

Published on 17.11.2021

1. Passengers are not allowed to enter. This does not apply to: - nationals and residents of Chile; - children and parents of nationals and residents of Chile. They must have proof
of their relationship; - spouses and partners with registered partnership of nationals and residents of Chile who were married or registered as partners in Chile. They must have a
confirmation of their relationship issued by Civil Registry; - passengers with a diplomatic or official visa issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Chile; - passengers with a
diplomatic or official passport; - passengers with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully vaccinated at least 14 days before arrival. Vaccines accepted
are: AstraZeneca (SK Bioscience), AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria), Covieshield, Janssen, Moderna (Spikevax), Pfizer-BioNTech (Comirnaty), Sinopharm and Sinovac. The certificate must be
uploaded before departure at https://mevacuno.gob.cl/ .

2. Passengers must arrive at Antofagasta (ANF), Iquique (IQQ), Punta Arenas (PUQ) or Santiago (SCL). - This does not apply to: - nationals and residents of Chile; - passengers
with a diplomatic passport.

3. Passengers must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken at most 72 hours before departure of the last direct flight to Chile. - This does not apply to: - passengers younger
than 2 years; - nationals and residents of Chile with 2 medical certificates with positive Coronavirus (COVID-19) RT-PCR test results: - the first test taken at least 14 days and
at most one month before departure, and - the second test taken at most 72 hours before departure.

4. Passengers must complete an "Affidavit for Travellers to Prevent Coronavirus Diseases (COVID-19) (Declaracion Jurada)" at most 48 hours before arrival at www.c19.cl . They will
receive a confirmation email with a QR code to be presented upon arrival. The confirmation email must state "Vacunas Validadas" for passengers with a COVID-19 vaccination
certificate.

5. Passengers must have travel insurance to cover COVID-19 expenses, with a minimum coverage of USD 30,000. This does not apply to: - nationals and residents of Chile; - nationals
of Spain with an E-CHL/09 and E-CH/11 form.

6. Passengers must undergo "Passenger Tracking" for 14 days or until they leave Chile.

7. Passengers could be subject to a COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival; and - are subject to quarantine for up to 7 days. Passengers with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing
that they were fully vaccinated at least 14 days before arrival are subject to quarantine until test results are ready. Details can be found at
https://chile.gob.cl/chile/en/ingreso-a-chile-desde-el-exterior .

8. Passengers younger than 18 years traveling unaccompanied are subject to quarantine at home.

published 28.10.2020

Total entry ban
Passengers are not allowed to enter until 13 November 2020.
– This does not apply to:
— parents and children of nationals and residents of Chile;
— passengers with a certificate of marriage or of registered partnership with a national or resident of Chile, if the relationship is registered in Chile;
— spouses and partners of nationals or residents of Chile registered abroad with a safe-conduct issued by a consulate of Chile.

A completed “SAG Affidavit” must be presented upon arrival. The form can be submitted online before departure at sagingresoachile.cl.
– This does not apply to passengers younger than 18 years.

Quarantine

Self-isolation at own accommodation.

Cheap flights
Insurance
Certification

COVID-19 negative certification is required for entering the country.
A pre-departure test is recommended for all travellers arriving in Alert Level 1, but is not mandatory only in this alert level.
• At Alert Levels 2 and 3, all travellers are required to have a negative pre-departure PCR test SARS-COV-2 (rapid and antigen tests are not accepted), taken no more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago. Children under 2 years old do not need to meet this requirement.
Non-resident foreigners are recommended to have a valid Mobility Pass (‘Pase de movilidad’).
All travellers need to complete an affidavit (Declaración Jurada) up to 48 hours before boarding. This will generate a QR-code document (sent by e-mail), which you must show to the airline when checking-in and during the health screening process on arrival in Chile.
Non-resident foreign nationals with two vaccinations will be entitled to a Mobility Pass valid for 30 days and those with a booster shot will be entitled to 90 days.
*If you’ve had COVID-19 in the past month: If you test positive for COVID-19 a month preceding your boarding to Chile, and if 72 hours prior to boarding, you continue to test positive, you can replace the negative PCR result by showing Chilean authorities the two positive PCR test results. One of the positive PCR tests must have been taken up to 72 hours prior to boarding, the other positive PCR test must have been taken more than 10 days prior to the date of boarding but less than one month before boarding.
*Children under 6 years old: All children under 6 years old (including non-resident foreigners) are allowed to enter Chile without a mobility pass carrying:
• a negative PCR test SARS-COV-2 (rapid and antigen tests are not acceptable), taken no more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago. Children under 2 years old do not need to meet this requirement
complete an affidavit (Declaración Jurada) up to 48 hours before boarding. This will generate a QR-code document (sent by e-mail), which you must show to the airline in check-in and during the health screening process on arrival in Chile. Health authorities at Santiago Airport will request all travellers complete a daily ‘self-report’ – for 7 days – via an online form or ‘C19 AutoReporte’ application. The health authorities will provide the detail of this process by email following the health screening.
*If you’re transiting through Chile: Transiting through Chile on your way to another country without exiting the airport premises and without transiting to a domestic flight is permitted. Nevertheless, if you wish to exit the airport or if your transit comprises flying to another city within Chile, Chilean authorities will require you to meet all the current entry requirements.

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Vaccination
COVID-19 Total Vaccination date: 2022-05-19
COVID-19 Total Vaccination: 54969983
COVID-19 Daily Vaccination: 135696
COVID-19 Vacc. (per 100 citizens, %): 286.12
COVID-19 Daily Vacc. (per 1 million citizens): 7063

You are allowed to enter Chile if you are:
• have a negative PCR test SARS-COV-2 (rapid and antigen tests are not accepted), taken no more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago. Children under 2 years old do not need to meet this requirement
• have a valid Mobility Pass

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Full Restrictions

  • Chile Latest News: Random COVID-19 PCR test will be carried out for travelers arriving at Santiago’s Arturo Merino Benitez International Airport (Intelliguide, 07.03.2022)

    International Restrictions:
    *All travellers: All travellers should familiarise themselves with the entry rules for Chile before travel. Review the entry requirements into Chile very carefully. These change depending on the COVID ‘Alert Level’ in Chile, at the time of your entry. Chile is currently in Alert Level 1.
    • A pre-departure test is recommended for all travellers arriving in Alert Level 1, but is not mandatory only in this alert level.
    • At Alert Levels 2 and 3, all travellers are required to have a negative pre-departure PCR test SARS-COV-2 (rapid and antigen tests are not accepted), taken no more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago. Children under 2 years old do not need to meet this requirement.
    Non-resident foreigners are recommended to have a valid Mobility Pass (‘Pase de movilidad’). This is only optional in the lowest alert level (Alert Level 1) but is mandatory for entry in Alert levels 2 and 3.You must validate your vaccination in order to obtain a validMobility Pass with Chilean authorities. To apply for a Mobility Pass visit ‘MeVacuno website’. Foreign visitors can create an account with an email address to access the site. You should allow at least 30 days for your Mobility Pass application to be processed. After registering your vaccines, and once approved, a mobility pass document with a QR code will be issued. Children under 6 years old who have not been able to access a vaccination program do not need to meet this requirement
    • Non-resident foreigners need to hold proof of travel insurance covering a minimum of $30,000 USD for COVID-related issues for the entire duration of your stay
    All travellers need to complete an affidavit (Declaración Jurada) up to 48 hours before boarding. This will generate a QR-code document (sent by e-mail), which you must show to the airline when checking-in and during the health screening process on arrival in Chile. The health authorities will provide the detail of this process by email following the health screening.
    Upon arrival, you should follow the instructions of airport authorities regarding testing requirements. You might need to undergo an antigen or PCR test SARS-COV-2, either in the airport or at an external laboratory outside the airport. If the latter, you will need to do this within 24 hours of arrival. If you undergo an antigen test, you will need to wait for the results in the airport. If the result is positive, non-resident foreigners will be denied entry into the country.
    Non-resident foreign nationals with two vaccinations will be entitled to a Mobility Pass valid for 30 days and those with a booster shot will be entitled to 90 days.
    Please bear in mind that you will be required to show your Mobility Pass to enter many private and public places in Chile.
    More information about what you need to do when you enter Chile can be found here, selecting ‘Plan Fronteras Protegidas’.
    *Proof of vaccination status: Chile will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record and proof of COVID-19 vaccination issued in the Crown Dependencies. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.
    The proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record will not suffice to demonstrate your vaccination status when entering Chile. You must validate your vaccination status with Chilean authorities to receive a Mobility Pass. To apply for a Mobility Pass visit ‘MeVacuno website’. Foreign visitors can create an account with an email to access the site.
    *If you’ve had COVID-19 in the past month: If you test positive for COVID-19 a month preceding your boarding to Chile, and if 72 hours prior to boarding, you continue to test positive, you can replace the negative PCR result by showing Chilean authorities the two positive PCR test results. One of the positive PCR tests must have been taken up to 72 hours prior to boarding, the other positive PCR test must have been taken more than 10 days prior to the date of boarding but less than one month before boarding.
    *Children and young people: If you travel with children under 18 years old you must review the documents you will need to show upon entry on the Chilean Ministry of Foreign Affairs website.
    *Children under 6 years old: All children under 6 years old (including non-resident foreigners) are allowed to enter Chile without a mobility pass carrying:
    • a negative PCR test SARS-COV-2 (rapid and antigen tests are not acceptable), taken no more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago. Children under 2 years old do not need to meet this requirement
    complete an affidavit (Declaración Jurada) up to 48 hours before boarding. This will generate a QR-code document (sent by e-mail), which you must show to the airline in check-in and during the health screening process on arrival in Chile. Health authorities at Santiago Airport will request all travellers complete a daily ‘self-report’ – for 7 days – via an online form or ‘C19 AutoReporte’ application. The health authorities will provide the detail of this process by email following the health screening.
    *If you’re transiting through Chile: Transiting through Chile on your way to another country without exiting the airport premises and without transiting to a domestic flight is permitted. Nevertheless, if you wish to exit the airport or if your transit comprises flying to another city within Chile, Chilean authorities will require you to meet all the current entry requirements.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Chile: The Chilean government provides coronavirus-related information on the Official COVID-19 Government website. Travellers arriving in Chile should be aware that local authorities frequently move municipalities (comunas) back and forth through the government “Stages Plan” (Paso a Paso) according to the level of COVID-19 restrictions in place. You should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website to check which stage your ‘comuna’ is in and if there are restrictions that might affect your travel plans.
    *Mobility Pass for interregional travel: The Chilean government allows Chileans, foreigner residents and foreigner visitors who have been vaccinated overseas to register for Chile’s Mobility Pass scheme (‘Pase de Movilidad’). Travellers (including children aged 12 and above) are required to hold a valid Mobility Pass for inter-regional travel. Children under the age of 12 must travel with an adult who must have a valid mobility pass.
    In order to obtain a Mobility Pass, you must fulfil the eligibility criteria on the Chile Government’s MeVacuno website, where you will find more details on accepted vaccines and the process to apply for the Mobility Pass.
    Chilean nationals and foreign residents need to enter the website with their clave unica/Chilean C.I. Foreign visitors can create an account with an email. After registering your vaccines, and once approved, a mobility pass with a QR code will be issued. For details about using the Mobility Pass to transfer to a domestic flight after arriving in Chile, see the ‘Entry requirements’ section.
    *Public places and services: You must wear a facemask in all public places, maintain social distancing at all times and self-isolate immediately if you suspect you have been in contact with a confirmed COVID-19 case. You will be asked to show your Mobility Pass (‘Pase de Movilidad’) to access public places such as bars, gastro bars, restaurants, cinemas, nightclubs, dance venues, concerts, casinos, bingo halls and leisure activities, as well as sports venues, amusement and theme parks, museums, and fairs.

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    14.04.2022
  • Chile Latest News: Random COVID-19 PCR test will be carried out for travelers arriving at Santiago’s Arturo Merino Benitez International Airport (Intelliguide, 07.03.2022)

    International Restrictions:
    *All travellers: All travellers should familiarise themselves with the entry rules for Chile before travel. If you are not fully vaccinated and you are a non-resident foreigner, you cannot enter Chile.
    If you are a foreign national visiting Chile for less than 90 days, you do not need a visa. Your passport should be valid for the proposed duration of your stay. No additional period of validity beyond this is required.
    *If you’re fully vaccinated:
    To enter Chile as a fully vaccinated non-resident foreign national you must:
    • have a negative PCR test SARS-COV-2 (rapid and antigen tests are not accepted), taken no more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago. Children under 2 years old do not need to meet this requirement
    • have a valid Mobility Pass (‘Pase de movilidad’). You must validate your vaccination status to obtain a Mobility Pass with Chilean authorities prior to travelling. To apply for a Mobility Pass visit ‘MeVacuno website’. Foreign visitors can create an account with an email address to access the site. You should allow at least 30 days for your Mobility Pass application to be processed. After registering your vaccines, and once approved, a mobility pass document with a QR code will be issued. Entry will be denied to all tourists without this Mobility Pass approved. Children under 6 years old who have not been able to access a vaccination program do not need to meet this requirement
    • The only exceptions to enter Chile without a Mobility Pass are listed in Decree No. 295 issued by the Ministry of Interior (Available in Spanish only). You should contact the nearest Chilean Consulate/Embassy prior to travel if you believe this applies to you
    • hold proof of travel insurance covering a minimum of $30,000 USD for COVID-related issues for the entire duration of your stay
    complete an affidavit (Declaración Jurada) up to 48 hours before boarding. This will generate a QR-code document (sent by e-mail), which you must show to the airline when checking-in and during the health screening process on arrival in Chile. Health authorities at Santiago Airport will request all travellers complete a daily ‘self-report’ – for 7 days – via an online form or ‘C19 AutoReporte’ application. The health authorities will provide the detail of this process by email following the health screening.
    Upon arrival, you should follow the instructions of airport authorities regarding testing requirements. You might need to undergo an antigen or PCR test SARS-COV-2, either in the airport or at an external laboratory outside the airport. If the latter, you will need to do this within 24 hours of arrival. If you undergo an antigen test, you will need to wait for the results in the airport. If the result is positive, non-resident foreigners will be denied entry into the country.
    As a non-resident foreigner, you will need to remain in quarantine until you receive the negative PCR test SARS-COV-2 result. Airport staff will explain how you can check your result online.
    Non-resident foreign nationals with two vaccinations will be entitled to a Mobility Pass valid for 30 days and those with a booster shot will be entitled to 90 days. Please bear in mind that you will be required to show your Mobility Pass to enter many private and public places in Chile.
    More information about what you need to do when you enter Chile can be found here, selecting Information for foreigners (tourists), Protected Borders.
    Find out if you qualify as fully vaccinated in Chile on the following link MeVacuno website.
    To enter Chile as a fully vaccinated foreign resident you must:
    • have a negative PCR test SARS-COV-2 (rapid and antigen tests are not acceptable), taken no more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago. Children under 2 years old do not need to meet this requirement
    • have a valid Mobility Pass (‘Pase de movilidad’). Children of 6 years old and under do not need to meet this requirement if they have not been able to access a vaccination program.
    complete an affidavit (Declaración Jurada) up to 48 hours before boarding. This will generate a QR-code document (sent by e-mail), which you must show to the airline in check-in and during the health screening process on arrival in Chile. Health authorities at Santiago Airport will request all travellers complete a daily ‘self-report’ – for 7 days – via an online form or ‘C19 AutoReporte’ application. The health authorities will provide the detail of this process by email following the health screening
    Upon arrival, you should follow the instructions of airport authorities regarding testing requirements. You might need to undergo an antigen or PCR test SARS-COV-2, either in the airport or at an external laboratory outside the airport. If the latter, you will need to do this within 24 hours of arrival. If you undergo an antigen test, you will need to wait for the results in the airport. If the result is positive, Chileans and foreign residents must complete a 7-day quarantine in the hotel room or home address declared on the affidavit (Declaración Jurada), until you receive a negative test result. Once the Ministry of Health receives a negative test result, the Mobility Pass will be activated.
    More information about what you need to do when you enter Chile can be found here, selecting ‘Chilenos y extranjeros con residencia regular en Chile (Fronteras protegidas)’.
    Proof of vaccination status: Chile will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record and proof of COVID-19 vaccination issued in the Crown Dependencies. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.
    The proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record will not suffice to demonstrate your vaccination status when entering Chile.
    You must validate your vaccinations status with Chilean authorities to receive a Mobility Pass prior arranging any travel plans to Chile. To apply for a Mobility Pass visit ‘MeVacuno website’. Foreign visitors can create an account with an email to access the site. Without a valid Mobility Pass, the Chilean border force will not allow you to enter the country.
    If you’re not fully vaccinated: If you are not fully vaccinated and you are a non-resident foreigner, you cannot enter Chile.
    *Chileans and foreign residents who are not fully vaccinated
    Chileans and foreign residents who are not fully vaccinated or could not validate their vaccinations can enter Chile, but they will need to quarantine for 7 days, regardless of a negative antigen or PCR test result.
    To enter Chile if you are not a fully vaccinated resident you must:
    • have a negative PCR test SARS-COV-2 (rapid and antigen tests are not acceptable), taken no more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago. Children under 2 years old do not need to meet this requirement
    complete an affidavit (Declaración Jurada) up to 48 hours before boarding. This will generate a QR-code document (sent by e-mail), which you must show to the airline in check-in and during the health screening process on arrival in Chile. Health authorities at Santiago Airport will request all travellers complete a daily ‘self-report’ – for 7 days – via an online form or ‘C19 AutoReporte’ application. The health authorities will provide the detail of this process by email following the health screening.
    Please note that only Chilean nationals and foreign national residents in Chile can enter Chile without a Mobility Pass, showing proof of a negative PCR-test result taken up to 72 hours before traveling, along with the other requirements. They will need to quarantine for 7 days before being able to go out. A negative result from the test performed upon entry into the country will NOT permit an early end to quarantine.
    If you’ve had COVID-19 in the past month: If you test positive for COVID-19 a month preceding your boarding to Chile, and if 72 hours prior to boarding, you continue to test positive, you can replace the negative PCR result by showing Chilean authorities the two positive PCR test results. One of the positive PCR tests must have been taken up to 72 hours prior to boarding, the other positive PCR test must have been taken more than 10 days prior to the date of boarding but less than one month before boarding.
    Children and young people: If you travel with children under 18 years old you must review the documents you will need to show upon entry on the Chilean Ministry of Foreign Affairs website.
    Children under 6 years old: All children under 6 years old (including non-resident foreigners) are allowed to enter Chile without a mobility pass carrying:
    • a negative PCR test SARS-COV-2 (rapid and antigen tests are not acceptable), taken no more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago. Children under 2 years old do not need to meet this requirement
    complete an affidavit (Declaración Jurada) up to 48 hours before boarding. This will generate a QR-code document (sent by e-mail), which you must show to the airline in check-in and during the health screening process on arrival in Chile. Health authorities at Santiago Airport will request all travellers complete a daily ‘self-report’ – for 7 days – via an online form or ‘C19 AutoReporte’ application. The health authorities will provide the detail of this process by email following the health screening. Parents must fill the affidavit.
    If you’re transiting through Chile: Transiting through Chile on your way to another country without exiting the airport premises and without transiting to a domestic flight is permitted. Nevertheless, if you wish to exit the airport or if your transit comprises flying to another city within Chile, Chilean authorities will require you to meet all the current entry requirements.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Chile: The Chilean government provides coronavirus-related information on the Official COVID-19 Government website. Travellers arriving in Chile should be aware that local authorities frequently move municipalities (comunas) back and forth through the government “Stages Plan” (Paso a Paso) according to the level of COVID-19 restrictions in place. You should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website to check which stage your ‘comuna’ is in and if there are restrictions that might affect your travel plans.
    *Mobility Pass for interregional travel: The Chilean government allows Chileans, foreigner residents and foreigner visitors who have been vaccinated overseas to register for Chile’s Mobility Pass scheme (‘Pase de Movilidad’). Travellers (including children aged 12 and above) are required to hold a valid Mobility Pass for inter-regional travel. Children under the age of 12 must travel with an adult who must have a valid mobility pass.
    In order to obtain a Mobility Pass, you must fulfil the eligibility criteria on the Chile Government’s MeVacuno website, where you will find more details on accepted vaccines and the process to apply for the Mobility Pass.
    Chilean nationals and foreign residents need to enter the website with their clave unica/Chilean C.I. Foreign visitors can create an account with an email. After registering your vaccines, and once approved, a mobility pass with a QR code will be issued. For details about using the Mobility Pass to transfer to a domestic flight after arriving in Chile, see the ‘Entry requirements’ section.
    *Public places and services: You must wear a facemask in all public places, maintain social distancing at all times and self-isolate immediately if you suspect you have been in contact with a confirmed COVID-19 case. You will be asked to show your Mobility Pass (‘Pase de Movilidad’) to access public places such as bars, gastro bars, restaurants, cinemas, nightclubs, dance venues, concerts, casinos, bingo halls and leisure activities, as well as sports venues, amusement and theme parks, museums, and fairs.

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    23.03.2022
  • Chile Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry rules in response to coronavirus: The Chilean Government has a ‘Fronteras Protegidas’ (Protected Borders) Strategy.
    You are allowed to enter Chile if you are:
    • a Chilean national or a resident foreign national; or
    a non-resident foreign national only if you have proof of vaccination validated by the Chilean authorities prior to travel. To do this, you must apply online to have your vaccination validated and receive a Chilean “Pase de Movilidad” (Mobility Pass) by visiting MeVacuno website . You should allow up to 30 days for your application to be processed.
    • or you fall into one of the ‘exceptions’ listed in Decree 102. You should contact the nearest Chilean Consulate/Embassy prior to travel.
    • and hold travel insurance covering a minimum of $30,000 USD for COVID-related issues. This also applies for authorised non-resident foreigners listed in Decree 102.
    • From 1 December, all children under 6 years old (including non-resident foreigners) regardless of their vaccination status are allowed to enter Chile.
    • From 1 December, entry is prohibited to all non-resident foreign nationals who have been in South Africa, Zimbawe, Namibia, Botswana, Lesotho, Eswatini and Mozambique during the last 14 days.
    • Chilean and resident foreign nationals, who have been in the above countries during the last 14 days, are allowed to enter Chile. However, they have to undergo an antigen or PCR-test on arrival and comply with a 7-day quarantine period.
    All travellers (including Chileans, resident and authorised non-resident foreign nationals) must:
    • have a negative PCR test SARS-COV-2 (rapid and antigen tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago. Children under 2 years old are exempt
    complete an Affidavit (Declaración Jurada) up to 48 hours before boarding. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which you must show to the airline and during the health screening process on arrival in Chile. Health authorities at Santiago Airport will request all travellers complete a daily ‘self-report’ – for 10 days – via an online form or ‘C19 AutoReporte’ application. The health authorities will provide the detail of this process by email following the health screening.
    • follow the instructions of airport authorities to undergo an antigen or PCR test SARS-COV-2 either in the airport or at an external laboratory outside the airport. If the latter, you will need to do this within 24 hours of arrival. If you undergo an antigen test, you will need to wait for the results in the airport. If the result is positive, non-resident foreigners will be denied entry into the country.
    • Mobility Pass holders will need to remain in quarantine until you receive a negative test result. Resident foreign nationals without a valid Mobility Pass will need to remain in quarantine for 7 days, regardless of a negative antigen or PCR test result.
    The air borders entry points currently open for those who meet these entry requirements are:
    • Arturo Merino Benítez airport
    • Iquique airport
    • Antofagasta airport
    • Punta Arenas airport
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: Chile will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record and proof of COVID-19 vaccination issued in the Crown Dependencies. You will need to use this to apply for a Chilean Mobility Pass (‘Pase de Movilidad’) on the Chile Government’s MeVacuno website in order to be able to enter the country. Your final vaccine dose must have been administered within 6 months prior to travel. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.
    Our latest understanding is that non-resident foreign nationals with two vaccinations will be entitled to a Mobility Pass valid for 30 days, those with a booster shot will be entitled to 90 days validity.
    *Public health measures on arrival in Chile: Upon arrival, all travellers, will be required to undergo another PCR or antigen test and self-isolate until they receive the negative PCR-test result. This is in addition to the negative test they undertook prior to travel. Resident foreign nationals without a valid Mobility Pass will need to remain in quarantine for 7 days, regardless of a negative antigen or PCR test result. Health authorities at Santiago Airport will require completion of a follow-up online form for 10 days from the arrival date.
    If you arrive in Chile with a domestic connecting flight, you do not need to quarantine on arrival. You can continue your trip and quarantine in your final destination until you receive a negative PCR test result.
    Please note that you will be required to provide a valid Mobility Pass in order to travel on a domestic connecting flight.
    Quarantine requirements for travellers who must self-isolate:
    • Strict quarantine in private or declared residence or at a hotel. Transit hotels are no longer an option to quarantine
    • If you choose to quarantine in a hotel, you cannot leave the hotel room.
    • All other residents at the registered quarantine address must also quarantine for the same length of time
    • You must use private transportation to reach the registered address
    • From 1 December, if travel companions of children under 6 years old have validated their vaccines, regardless of their booster shot status, only the child will have to remain in quarantine. For holders of a valid Mobility Pass, this quarantine period can be lifted if the result of the antigen or PCR test carried out by health authorities on arrival is negative.
    • From 1 December, all travellers whose PCR-test on arrival is positive and suspected of being the Omicron variant, must comply with a 7 day quarantine period in a government quarantine hotel or residence
    • You may be required to undergo a PCR or antigen test at any time during the 14 days following arrival.
    You should arrange to take a private test.
    For more details please contact the Chilean COVID Health-line 6003607777 option 0.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Chile: The Chilean government provides coronavirus-related information on the Official COVID-19 Government website. Travellers arriving in Chile should be aware that local authorities frequently move municipalities (comunas) back and forth through the government “Stages Plan” (Paso a Paso) according to the level of COVID-19 restrictions in place. You should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website to check which stage your ‘comuna’ is in and if there are restrictions that might affect your travel plans.
    *Mobility Pass for interregional travel: The Chilean government allows Chileans, foreigner residents and foreigner visitors who have been vaccinated overseas to register for Chile’s Mobility Pass scheme (‘Pase de Movilidad’). Travellers (including children aged 12 and above) are required to hold a valid Mobility Pass for inter-regional travel. Children under the age of 12 must travel with an adult who must have a valid mobility pass.
    In order to obtain a Mobility Pass, you must fulfil the eligibility criteria on the Chile Government’s MeVacuno website, where you will find more details on accepted vaccines and the process to apply for the Mobility Pass.
    Chilean nationals and foreign residents need to enter the website with their clave unica/Chilean C.I. Foreign visitors can create an account with an email. After registering your vaccines, and once approved, a mobility pass with a QR code will be issued. For details about using the Mobility Pass to transfer to a domestic flight after arriving in Chile, see the ‘Entry requirements’ section.
    *Public places and services: You must wear a facemask in all public places, maintain social distancing at all times and self-isolate immediately if you suspect you have been in contact with a confirmed COVID-19 case. You will be asked to show your Mobility Pass (‘Pase de Movilidad’) to access public places such as bars, gastro bars, restaurants, cinemas, nightclubs, dance venues, concerts, casinos, bingo halls and leisure activities, as well as sports venues, amusement and theme parks, museums, and fairs.

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    21.02.2022
  • Chile Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry rules in response to coronavirus: The Chilean Government has a ‘Fronteras Protegidas’ (Protected Borders) Strategy.
    You are allowed to enter Chile if you are:
    • a Chilean national or a resident foreign national; or
    a non-resident foreign national only if you have proof of vaccination validated by the Chilean authorities prior to travel. To do this, you must apply online to have your vaccination validated and receive a Chilean “Pase de Movilidad” (Mobility Pass) by visiting MeVacuno website . You should allow up to 30 days for your application to be processed.
    • or you fall into one of the ‘exceptions’ listed in Decree 102. You should contact the nearest Chilean Consulate/Embassy prior to travel.
    • and hold travel insurance covering a minimum of $30,000 USD for COVID-related issues. This also applies for authorised non-resident foreigners listed in Decree 102.
    • From 1 December, all children under 6 years old (including non-resident foreigners) regardless of their vaccination status are allowed to enter Chile.
    • From 1 December, entry is prohibited to all non-resident foreign nationals who have been in South Africa, Zimbawe, Namibia, Botswana, Lesotho, Eswatini and Mozambique during the last 14 days.
    • Chilean and resident foreign nationals, who have been in the above countries during the last 14 days, are allowed to enter Chile. However, they have to undergo an antigen or PCR-test on arrival and comply with a 7-day quarantine period.
    All travellers (including Chileans, resident and authorised non-resident foreign nationals) must:
    • have a negative PCR test SARS-COV-2 (rapid and antigen tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago. Children under 2 years old are exempt
    complete an Affidavit (Declaración Jurada) up to 48 hours before boarding. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which you must show to the airline and during the health screening process on arrival in Chile. Health authorities at Santiago Airport will request all travellers complete a daily ‘self-report’ – for 10 days – via an online form or ‘C19 AutoReporte’ application. The health authorities will provide the detail of this process by email following the health screening.
    • follow the instructions of airport authorities to undergo an antigen or PCR test SARS-COV-2 either in the airport or at an external laboratory outside the airport. If the latter, you will need to do this within 24 hours of arrival. If you undergo an antigen test, you will need to wait for the results in the airport. If the result is positive, non-resident foreigners will be denied entry into the country.
    • Mobility Pass holders will need to remain in quarantine until you receive a negative test result. Resident foreign nationals without a valid Mobility Pass will need to remain in quarantine for 7 days, regardless of a negative antigen or PCR test result.
    The air borders entry points currently open for those who meet these entry requirements are:
    • Arturo Merino Benítez airport
    • Iquique airport
    • Antofagasta airport
    • Punta Arenas airport
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: Chile will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record and proof of COVID-19 vaccination issued in the Crown Dependencies. You will need to use this to apply for a Chilean Mobility Pass (‘Pase de Movilidad’) on the Chile Government’s MeVacuno website in order to be able to enter the country. Your final vaccine dose must have been administered within 6 months prior to travel. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.
    Our latest understanding is that non-resident foreign nationals with two vaccinations will be entitled to a Mobility Pass valid for 30 days, those with a booster shot will be entitled to 90 days validity.
    *Public health measures on arrival in Chile: Upon arrival, all travellers, will be required to undergo another PCR or antigen test and self-isolate until they receive the negative PCR-test result. This is in addition to the negative test they undertook prior to travel. Resident foreign nationals without a valid Mobility Pass will need to remain in quarantine for 7 days, regardless of a negative antigen or PCR test result. Health authorities at Santiago Airport will require completion of a follow-up online form for 10 days from the arrival date.
    If you arrive in Chile with a domestic connecting flight, you do not need to quarantine on arrival. You can continue your trip and quarantine in your final destination until you receive a negative PCR test result.
    Please note that you will be required to provide a valid Mobility Pass in order to travel on a domestic connecting flight.
    Quarantine requirements for travellers who must self-isolate:
    • Strict quarantine in private or declared residence or at a hotel. Transit hotels are no longer an option to quarantine
    • If you choose to quarantine in a hotel, you cannot leave the hotel room.
    • All other residents at the registered quarantine address must also quarantine for the same length of time
    • You must use private transportation to reach the registered address
    • From 1 December, if travel companions of children under 6 years old have validated their vaccines, regardless of their booster shot status, only the child will have to remain in quarantine. For holders of a valid Mobility Pass, this quarantine period can be lifted if the result of the antigen or PCR test carried out by health authorities on arrival is negative.
    • From 1 December, all travellers whose PCR-test on arrival is positive and suspected of being the Omicron variant, must comply with a 7 day quarantine period in a government quarantine hotel or residence
    • You may be required to undergo a PCR or antigen test at any time during the 14 days following arrival.
    You should arrange to take a private test.
    For more details please contact the Chilean COVID Health-line 6003607777 option 0.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Chile: Travellers arriving in Chile should be aware that local authorities frequently move municipalities (comunas) back and forth through the government Stages Plan (Paso a Paso). You should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website to check which stage your ‘comuna’ is in.
    If you are travelling from or to the airport to catch a flight from or to one of the areas under quarantine, presenting your passport and boarding pass will permit you to cross any checkpoints. Use a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permissions.
    *Mobility Pass for interregional travel: Travellers (including children aged 12 and up) are required to hold a Mobility Pass for interregional travel. More details on accepted vaccines and the process to apply for the Mobility Pass, including the documents required to validate the vaccination, is available here (in Spanish).
    The Chilean government allows Chileans, foreigners resident in Chile and non-resident foreigners who have been vaccinated overseas to register for Chile’s Mobility Pass scheme (‘Pase de Movilidad’). You may obtain a Mobility Pass if you fulfil the eligibility criteria on the Chile Government’sMeVacuno website . This will generate a QR-code after entering your personal information. This permit can only be requested 14-days after completing a full COVID-19 vaccination course in Chile (i.e. after the second dose for a two-dose course COVID-19 vaccine such as AstraZeneca, Pfizer, etc).
    Interregional travellers without a Mobility Pass are required to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel. This test must be carried out in Chile. You should be aware that you are not allowed interregional travel if you are in quarantine after arriving in Chile. Non-resident foreign nationals will need to hold a valid Mobility Pass.
    *Paso a Paso Strategy: The Chilean government’s strategy to manage COVID-19 is called ‘Paso A Paso’. It has five stages:
    • Stage 1 – Restriction
    • Stage 2 – Transition
    • Stage 3 – Preparation
    • Stage 4 – Initial Reopening
    • Stage 5 – Advanced Reopening
    Individual comunas will move forwards or backwards between these stages, depending on the level of COVID-19 infections in the region. Changes to the stage of a ‘comuna’ can be announced by the government at any time and come into force shortly after. All rules for each Stage (Paso) will apply seven-days a week.
    In those areas under Stage 1 ‘Restriction’ you are only allowed to leave your residence under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food or medical supplies, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual . Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish.
    For further detailed information on rules for every Stage, you should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website.
    *Public places and services: Chilean authorities require the use of facemasks in all public spaces, that you keep to social distancing rules; self-isolate immediately if you suspect you have been in contact with a confirmed COVID case irrespective of the ‘Paso a Paso’ stage.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.

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    06.01.2022
  • Chile Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry rules in response to coronavirus: The Chilean Government has a ‘Fronteras Protegidas’ (Protected Borders) Strategy.
    You are allowed to enter Chile if you are:
    • a Chilean national or a resident foreign national; or
    a non-resident foreign national only if you have proof of vaccination validated by the Chilean authorities prior to travel. To do this, you must apply online to have your vaccination validated and receive a Chilean “Pase de Movilidad” (Mobility pass) by visiting MeVacuno website. You should allow up to 30 days for your application to be processed.
    or you fall into one of the ‘exceptions’ listed in Decree 102. You should contact the nearest Chilean Consulate/Embassy prior to travel.
    • and hold travel insurance covering a minimum of $30,000 USD for COVID-related issues. This also applies for authorised non-resident foreigners listed in Decree 102.
    • From 1 December, all children under 6 years old (including non-resident foreigners) regardless of their vaccination status are allowed to enter Chile.
    • From 1 December, entry is prohibited to all non-resident foreign nationals who have been in South Africa, Zimbawe, Namibia, Botswana, Lesotho, Eswatini and Mozambique during the last 14 days.
    • Chilean and resident foreign nationals, who have been in the above countries during the last 14 days, are allowed to enter Chile. However, they have to undergo a PCR-test on arrival and comply with a 7day quarantine period.
    All travellers (including Chileans, resident and authorised non-resident foreign nationals) must:
    • have a negative PCR test SARS-COV-2 (rapid and antigen tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago. Children under 2 years old are exempt
    complete an Affidavit (Declaración Jurada) up to 48 hours before boarding. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which you must show to the airline and during the health screening process on arrival in Chile. Health authorities at Santiago Airport will request all travellers complete a daily ‘self-report’ – for 10 days – via an online form or ‘C19 AutoReporte’ application. The health authorities will provide the detail of this process by email following the health screening.
    • follow the instructions of airport authorities to undergo a PCR test SARS-COV-2 either in the airport or at an external laboratory outside the airport. If the latter, you will need to do this within 24 hours of arrival. You will need to remain in quarantine until you receive a negative test result.
    The air borders entry points currently open for those who meet these entry requirements are:
    • Arturo Merino Benítez airport
    • Iquique airport
    • Antofagasta airport
    • Punta Arenas airport
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: Chile will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record. You will need to use this to apply for a Chilean Mobility Pass (‘Pase de Movilidad’) on the Chile Government’s MeVacuno website in order to be able to enter the country. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status. Your final vaccine dose must have been administered within 6 months prior to travel.
    *Public health measures on arrival in Chile: Upon arrival, all travellers, will be required to undergo another PCR test and self-isolate until they receive the negative PCR-test result. This is in addition to the negative test they undertook prior to travel.
    Health authorities at Santiago Airport will require completion of a follow-up online form for 10 days from the arrival date.
    If you arrive in Chile with a domestic connecting flight, you do not need to quarantine on arrival. You can continue your trip and quarantine in your final destination until you receive a negative PCR test result.
    *Quarantine requirements for travellers who must self-isolate:
    • Strict quarantine in private or declared residence or at a hotel. Transit hotels are no longer an option to quarantine
    • If you choose to quarantine in a hotel, you cannot leave the hotel room.
    • All other residents at the registered quarantine address must also quarantine for the same length of time
    • You must use private transportation to reach the registered address
    • From 1 December, if travel companions of children under 6 years old have validated their vaccines, regardless of their booster jab status, only the child will have to remain in quarantine. This quarantine period can be lifted if the result of the PCR test carried out by health authorities on arrival is negative
    • From 1 December, all travellers whose PCR-test on arrival is positive and suspected of being the Omicron variant, must comply with a 7day quarantine period in a government quarantine hotel or residence
    • You may be required to undergo a PCR or antigen test at any time during the 14 days following arrival . You should arrange to take a private test.
    For more details please contact the Chilean COVID Health-line 6003607777 option 0.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Chile: Travellers arriving in Chile should be aware that local authorities frequently move municipalities (comunas) back and forth through the government Stages Plan (Paso a Paso). You should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website to check which stage your ‘comuna’ is in.
    If you are travelling from or to the airport to catch a flight from or to one of the areas under quarantine, presenting your passport and boarding pass will permit you to cross any checkpoints. Use a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permissions.
    From 1 December, travellers arriving in Chile with further domestic flight connections will no longer be required to quarantine on arrival until they receive a negative PCR test result (carried out by health authorities on arrival). They can continue their trip and quarantine in their final destination until they receive a negative PCR test result.
    *Mobility Pass for interregional travel: Travellers (including children aged 12 and up) are requested to hold a Mobility Pass for interregional travel. More details on accepted vaccines and the process to apply for the Mobility Pass, including the documents required to validate the vaccination, is available here (in Spanish).
    The Chilean government allows Chileans, foreigners resident in Chile and non-resident foreigners who have been vaccinated overseas to register for Chile’s Mobility Pass scheme (‘Pase de Movilidad’). You may obtain a Mobility Pass if you fulfil the eligibility criteria on the Chile Government’s MeVacuno website. This will generate a QR-code after entering your personal information. This permit can only be requested 14-days after completing a full COVID-19 vaccination course in Chile (i.e. after the second dose for a two-dose course COVID-19 vaccine such as AstraZeneca, Pfizer, etc).
    Interregional travellers without a Mobility Pass are required to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel. This test must be carried out in Chile. You should be aware that you are not allowed interregional travel if you are in quarantine after arriving in Chile.
    *Paso a Paso Strategy: The Chilean government’s strategy to manage COVID-19 is called ‘Paso A Paso’. It has five stages:
    • Stage 1 – Restriction
    • Stage 2 – Transition
    • Stage 3 – Preparation
    • Stage 4 – Initial Reopening
    • Stage 5 – Advanced Reopening
    Individual comunas will move forwards or backwards between these stages, depending on the level of COVID-19 infections in the region. Changes to the stage of a ‘comuna’ can be announced by the government at any time and come into force shortly after. All rules for each Stage (Paso) will apply seven-days a week.
    In those areas under Stage 1 ‘Restriction’ you are only allowed to leave your residence under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food or medical supplies, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual. Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish.
    For further detailed information on rules for every Stage, you should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website.
    *Public places and services: Chilean authorities require the use of facemasks in all public spaces, that you keep to social distancing rules; self-isolate immediately if you suspect you have been in contact with a confirmed COVID case irrespective of the ‘Paso a Paso’ stage.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.

    Read more
    21.12.2021
  • Chile Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry rules in response to coronavirus: The Chilean Government has a ‘Fronteras Protegidas’ (Protected Borders) Strategy.
    You are allowed to enter Chile if you are:
    • a Chilean national or a resident foreign national; or
    a non-resident foreign national only if you have proof of vaccination validated by the Chilean authorities prior to travel. To do this, you must apply online to have your vaccination validated and receive a Chilean “Pase de Movilidad” (Mobility pass) by visiting MeVacuno website. You should allow up to 30 days for your application to be processed.
    • or you fall into one of the ‘exceptions’ listed in Decree 102. You should contact the nearest Chilean Consulate/Embassy prior to travel.
    • and hold travel insurance covering a minimum of $30,000 USD for COVID-related issues. This also applies for authorised non-resident foreigners listed in Decree 102.
    • From 1 December, all children under 6 years old (including non-resident foreigners) regardless of their vaccination status are allowed to enter Chile.
    • From 1 December, entry is prohibited to all non-resident foreign nationals who have been in South Africa, Zimbawe, Namibia, Botswana, Lesotho, Eswatini and Mozambique during the last 14 days.
    • Chilean and resident foreign nationals, who have been in the above countries during the last 14 days, are allowed to enter Chile. However, they have to undergo a PCR-test on arrival and comply with a 7day quarantine period.
    All travellers (including Chileans, resident and authorised non-resident foreign nationals) must:
    • have a negative PCR test SARS-COV-2 (rapid and antigen tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago. Children under 2 years old are exempt complete an Affidavit (Declaración Jurada) up to 48 hours before boarding. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which you must show to the airline and during the health screening process on arrival in Chile. Health authorities at Santiago Airport will request all travellers complete a daily ‘self-report’ – for 10 days – via an online form or ‘C19 AutoReporte’ application. The health authorities will provide the detail of this process by email following the health screening.
    The air borders entry points currently open for those who meet these entry requirements are:
    • Arturo Merino Benítez airport
    • Iquique airport
    • Antofagasta airport
    • Punta Arenas airport
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: Chile will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record. You will need to use this to apply for a Chilean Mobility Pass (‘Pase de Movilidad’) on the Chile Government’s MeVacuno website in order to be able to enter the country. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.
    *Public health measures on arrival in Chile: Upon arrival, all travellers, will be required to undergo another PCR test and self-isolate until they receive the negative PCR-test result. This is in addition to the negative test they undertook prior to travel.
    Health authorities at Santiago Airport will require completion of a follow-up online form for 10 days from the arrival date.
    If you arrive in Chile with a domestic connecting flight, you do not need to quarantine on arrival. You can continue your trip and quarantine in your final destination until you receive a negative PCR test result.
    *Quarantine requirements for travellers who must self-isolate:
    • Strict quarantine in private or declared residence or at a hotel. Transit hotels are no longer an option to quarantine
    • If you choose to quarantine in a hotel, you cannot leave the hotel room.
    • All other residents at the registered quarantine address must also quarantine for the same length of time
    • You must use private transportation to reach the registered address
    • From 1 December, if travel companions of children under 6 years old have validated their vaccines, regardless of their booster jab status, only the child will have to remain in quarantine. This quarantine period can be lifted if the result of the PCR test carried out by health authorities on arrival is negative
    • From 1 December, all travellers whose PCR-test on arrival is positive and suspected of being the Omicron variant, must comply with a 7day quarantine period in a government quarantine hotel or residence
    • You may be required to undergo a PCR or antigen test at any time during the 14 days following arrival. You should arrange to take a private test.
    For more details please contact the Chilean COVID Health-line 6003607777 option 0.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Chile: Travellers arriving in Chile should be aware that local authorities frequently move municipalities (comunas) back and forth through the government Stages Plan (Paso a Paso). You should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website to check which stage your ‘comuna’ is in.
    If you are travelling from or to the airport to catch a flight from or to one of the areas under quarantine, presenting your passport and boarding pass will permit you to cross any checkpoints. Use a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permissions.
    From 1 December, travellers arriving in Chile with further domestic flight connections will no longer be required to quarantine on arrival until they receive a negative PCR test result (carried out by health authorities on arrival). They can continue their trip and quarantine in their final destination until they receive a negative PCR test result.
    *Mobility Pass for interregional travel: Travellers (including children aged 12 and up) are requested to hold a Mobility Pass for interregional travel. More details on accepted vaccines and the process to apply for the Mobility Pass, including the documents required to validate the vaccination, is available here(in Spanish).
    The Chilean government allows Chileans, foreigners resident in Chile and non-resident foreigners who have been vaccinated overseas to register for Chile’s Mobility Pass scheme (‘Pase de Movilidad’). You may obtain a Mobility Pass if you fulfil the eligibility criteria on the Chile Government’s MeVacuno website. This will generate a QR-code after entering your personal information. This permit can only be requested 14-days after completing a full COVID-19 vaccination course in Chile (i.e. after the second dose for a two-dose course COVID-19 vaccine such as AstraZeneca, Pfizer, etc).
    Interregional travellers without a Mobility Pass are required to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel. This test must be carried out in Chile. You should be aware that you are not allowed interregional travel if you are in quarantine after arriving in Chile.
    *Paso a Paso Strategy: The Chilean government’s strategy to manage COVID-19 is called ‘Paso A Paso’. It has five stages:
    • Stage 1 – Restriction
    • Stage 2 – Transition
    • Stage 3 – Preparation
    • Stage 4 – Initial Reopening
    • Stage 5 – Advanced Reopening
    Individual comunas will move forwards or backwards between these stages, depending on the level of COVID-19 infections in the region. Changes to the stage of a ‘comuna’ can be announced by the government at any time and come into force shortly after. All rules for each Stage (Paso) will apply seven-days a week.
    In those areas under Stage 1 ‘Restriction’ you are only allowed to leave your residence under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food or medical supplies, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual. Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish.
    For further detailed information on rules for every Stage, you should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website.
    *Public places and services: Chilean authorities require the use of facemasks in all public spaces, that you keep to social distancing rules; self-isolate immediately if you suspect you have been in contact with a confirmed COVID case irrespective of the ‘Paso a Paso’ stage.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.

    Read more
    08.12.2021
  • Chile Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry rules in response to coronavirus: The Chilean Government has a ‘Fronteras Protegidas’ (Protected Borders) Strategy. You are allowed to enter Chile if you are:
    • a Chilean national or a resident foreign national; or
    • a non-resident foreign national only if you have proof of vaccination validated by the Chilean authorities prior to travel. To do this, you must apply online to have your vaccination validated and receive a Chilean “Pase de Movilidad” (Mobility pass) by visiting MeVacuno website. You should allow up to 30 days for your application to be processed. (See ‘Demonstrating your COVID-19 status’)
    • or you fall into one of the ‘exceptions’ listed in Decree 102 . You should contact the nearest Chilean Consulate/Embassy prior to travel.
    • and hold travel insurance covering a minimum of $30,000 USD for COVID-related issues. This also applies for authorised non-resident foreigners listed in Decree 102.
    • From 1 December, all children under 6 years old (including non-resident foreigners) regardless of their vaccination status are allowed to enter Chile.
    • From 1 December, entry is prohibited to all non-resident foreign nationals who have been in South Africa, Zimbawe, Namibia, Botswana, Lesotho, Eswatini and Mozambique during the last 14 days.
    • Chilean and resident foreign nationals, who have been in the above countries during the last 14 days, are allowed to enter Chile. However, they have to undergo a PCR-test on arrival and comply with a 7day quarantine period.
    All travellers (including Chileans, resident and authorised non-resident foreign nationals) must:
    • have a negative PCR test SARS-COV-2 (rapid and antigen tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago. Children under 2 years old are exempt
    complete an Affidavit (Declaración Jurada) up to 48 hours before boarding. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which you must show to the airline and during the health screening process on arrival in Chile. Health authorities at Santiago Airport will request all travellers complete a daily ‘self-report’ – for 10 days – via an online form or ‘C19 AutoReporte’ application. The health authorities will provide the detail of this process by email following the health screening.
    The air borders entry points currently open for those who meet these entry requirements are:
    • Arturo Merino Benítez airport
    • Iquique airport
    • Antofagasta airport
    • Punta Arenas airport
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: Chile will accept proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record. You will need to use this to apply for a Chilean Mobility Pass (‘Pase de Movilidad’) on the Chile Government’s MeVacuno website in order to be able to enter the country. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Chile: Travellers arriving in Chile should be aware that local authorities frequently move municipalities (comunas) back and forth through the government Stages Plan (Paso a Paso). You should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website to check which stage your ‘comuna’ is in.
    If you are travelling from or to the airport to catch a flight from or to one of the areas under quarantine, presenting your passport and boarding pass will permit you to cross any checkpoints. Use a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permissions.
    From 1 December, travellers arriving in Chile with further domestic flight connections will no longer be required to quarantine on arrival until they receive a negative PCR test result (carried out by health authorities on arrival). They can continue their trip and quarantine in their final destination until they receive a negative PCR test result.
    *Mobility Pass for interregional travel: Travellers (including children aged 12 and up) are requested to hold a Mobility Pass for interregional travel. More details on accepted vaccines and the process to apply for the Mobility Pass, including the documents required to validate the vaccination, is available here(in Spanish).
    The Chilean government allows Chileans, foreigners resident in Chile and non-resident foreigners who have been vaccinated overseas to register for Chile’s Mobility Pass scheme (‘Pase de Movilidad’). You may obtain a Mobility Pass if you fulfil the eligibility criteria on the Chile Government’s MeVacuno website. This will generate a QR-code after entering your personal information. This permit can only be requested 14-days after completing a full COVID-19 vaccination course in Chile (i.e. after the second dose for a two-dose course COVID-19 vaccine such as AstraZeneca, Pfizer, etc).
    Interregional travellers without a Mobility Pass are required to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel. This test must be carried out in Chile. You should be aware that you are not allowed interregional travel if you are in quarantine after arriving in Chile.
    *Paso a Paso Strategy: The Chilean government’s strategy to manage COVID-19 is called ‘Paso A Paso’. It has five stages:
    • Stage 1 – Restriction
    • Stage 2 – Transition
    • Stage 3 – Preparation
    • Stage 4 – Initial Reopening
    • Stage 5 – Advanced Reopening
    Individual comunas will move forwards or backwards between these stages, depending on the level of COVID-19 infections in the region. Changes to the stage of a ‘comuna’ can be announced by the government at any time and come into force shortly after. All rules for each Stage (Paso) will apply seven-days a week.
    In those areas under Stage 1 ‘Restriction’ you are only allowed to leave your residence under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food or medical supplies, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual. Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish.
    For further detailed information on rules for every Stage, you should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website.
    *Public places and services: Chilean authorities require the use of facemasks in all public spaces, that you keep to social distancing rules; self-isolate immediately if you suspect you have been in contact with a confirmed COVID case irrespective of the ‘Paso a Paso’ stage.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.

    Read more
    07.12.2021
  • Chile Latest News: Chile to reopen some border crossings with Argentina, Bolivia, Peru starting 1 December (ADNsur.com, 15.11.2021)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry rules in response to coronavirus: The Chilean Government has a ‘Fronteras Protegidas’ (Protected Borders) Strategy.
    You are allowed to enter Chile if you are:
    • a Chilean national or a resident foreign national; or
    • a non-resident foreign national only if you have proof of vaccination validated by the Chilean authorities prior to travel. To do this, you must apply online to have your vaccination validated and receive a Chilean “Pase de Movilidad” (Mobility pass) by visiting MeVacuno website. This process may take between 30 to 45 days.
    or you fall into one of the ‘exceptions’ listed in Decree 102. You should contact the nearest Chilean Consulate/Embassy prior to travel.
    • and hold travel insurance covering a minimum of $30,000 USD for COVID-related issues. This also applies for authorised non-resident foreigners listed in Decree 102.
    • From 1 December, all children under 6 years old (including non-resident foreigners) regardless of their vaccination status will be allowed to enter Chile.
    All travellers (including Chileans, resident and authorised non-resident foreign nationals) must:
    • have a negative PCR test SARS-COV-2 (rapid and antigen tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago. Children under 2 years old are exempt
    complete an Affidavit (Declaración Jurada) up to 48 hours before boarding. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which you must show to the airline and during the health screening process on arrival in Chile. Health authorities at Santiago Airport will request all travellers complete a daily ‘self-report’ – for 10 days – via an online form or ‘C19 AutoReporte’ application. The health authorities will provide the detail of this process by email following the health screening.
    The air borders entry points currently open for those who meet these entry requirements are:
    • Arturo Merino Benítez airport
    • Iquique airport
    • Antofagasta airport
    • Punta Arenas airport
    From 1 December, three land border checkpoints will open for all travellers who meet the above entry requirements:
    • Chacalluta (Arica and Parinacota Region)
    • Colchane (Tarapaca Region)
    • Pino Hachado (Araucania Region)
    From 1 January, three other land border checkpoints will open:
    • Los Libertadores (Valparaiso Region)
    • Cardenal Samore (Los Lagos Region)
    • Rio Don Guillermo (Magallanes Region)
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: Chile will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record. You will need to use this to apply for a Chilean Mobility Pass (‘Pase de Movilidad’) on the Chile Government’s MeVacuno website in order to be able to enter the country. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.
    *Public health measures on arrival in Chile: Upon arrival, all travellers, will be required to undergo another PCR test. This is in addition to the negative test they undertook prior to travel.
    Health authorities at Santiago Airport will require completion of a follow-up online form for 10 days from the arrival date.
    From 1 December, new sanitary measures will come into force:
    • Travellers who have received a booster vaccine in the last 6 months prior to travel and that has been validated by the Chilean health authorities via their mobility pass, will be exempt from taking a PCR test on arrival and the isolation period.
    • Those travellers with a mobility pass but without a booster vaccine validation, will have to undergo a PCR test upon arrival and self-isolate until they receive the negative PCR-test result.
    All travellers (Chileans, resident, non-resident nationals, including exceptions listed in Decree 102), who have not validated their vaccines with Chilean health authorities, will have to undergo a PCR test on arrival and comply with a 5 day quarantine period even if the PCR test result comes out negative.
    *Quarantine requirements for all travellers:
    • Strict quarantine in private or declared residence or at a hotel. Transit hotels are no longer an option to quarantine.
    • Quarantine of 5 days for travellers with a Mobility Pass. Until 30 November, this quarantine period can be lifted if the result of the PCR test carried out by health authorities on arrival comes out negative
    • Until 30 November, quarantine of 7 days for travellers without a Mobility Pass
    • Until 30 November, quarantine of 7 days will also apply for children under 6 years old and their travel companions, including those who are vaccinated.
    • From 1 December, if travel companions of children under 6 years old have validated their vaccines, regardless of their booster jab status, only the child will have to remain in quarantine. This quarantine period can be lifted if the result of the PCR test carried out by health authorities on arrival is negative.
    • If you choose to quarantine in a hotel, they cannot leave the hotel room
    • All other residents at the registered quarantine address must also quarantine for the same length of time
    • You must use private transportation to get to the registered address.
    • You may be required to undergo a PCR or antigen test at any time during the 14 days following arrival.
    You should arrange to take a private test.
    For more details please contact the Chilean COVID Health-line 6003607777 option 0.
    You are allowed to leave Chile if you are:
    • a Chilean or a resident foreign national holding either:
    • A valid ‘Mobility Pass’. Children who do not hold a ‘Mobility Pass’ may request a special permit (Autorización Extraordinaria de Viaje al Extranjero) on
    the Comisaría virtual website. From 1 November, children under 6 years old will be allowed to leave if they and their travelling companions complete a 7-day quarantine in the same location on their return to Chile.
    special permit (Autorización Extraordinaria de Viaje al Extranjero) issued on the Comisaría Virtual website ; or if you are
    • a non-resident foreign national holding a valid passport from your country of origin.
    From 1 December, the above local exit requirements for Chilean and resident foreign nationals will no longer be in place.

    Internal Restrictions:
    **Travel in Chile: Travellers arriving in Chile should be aware that local authorities frequently move municipalities (comunas) back and forth through the government Stages Plan (Paso a Paso). You should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website to check which stage your ‘comuna’ is in.
    If you are travelling from or to the airport to catch a flight from or to one of the areas under quarantine, presenting your passport and boarding pass will permit you to cross any checkpoints. Use a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permissions.
    From 1 December, travellers arriving in Chile with further domestic flight connections will no longer be required to quarantine on arrival until they receive a negative PCR test result (carried out by health authorities on arrival). They can continue their trip and quarantine in their final destination until they receive a negative PCR test result.
    *Mobility Pass for interregional travel: Travellers (including children aged 12 and up) are requested to hold a Mobility Pass for interregional travel. More details on accepted vaccines and the process to apply for the Mobility Pass, including the documents required to validate the vaccination, is available here(in Spanish).
    The Chilean government allows Chileans, foreigners resident in Chile and non-resident foreigners who have been vaccinated overseas to register for Chile’s Mobility Pass scheme (‘Pase de Movilidad’). You may obtain a Mobility Pass if you fulfil the eligibility criteria on the Chile Government’s MeVacuno website. This will generate a QR-code after entering your personal information. This permit can only be requested 14-days after completing a full COVID-19 vaccination course in Chile (i.e. after the second dose for a two-dose course COVID-19 vaccine such as AstraZeneca, Pfizer, etc).
    Interregional travellers without a Mobility Pass are required to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel. This test must be carried out in Chile. You should be aware that you are not allowed interregional travel if you are in quarantine after arriving in Chile.
    *Paso a Paso Strategy: The Chilean government’s strategy to manage COVID-19 is called ‘Paso A Paso’. It has five stages:
    • Stage 1 – Restriction
    • Stage 2 – Transition
    • Stage 3 – Preparation
    • Stage 4 – Initial Reopening
    • Stage 5 – Advanced Reopening
    Individual comunas will move forwards or backwards between these stages, depending on the level of COVID-19 infections in the region. Changes to the stage of a ‘comuna’ can be announced by the government at any time and come into force shortly after. All rules for each Stage (Paso) will apply seven-days a week.
    In those areas under Stage 1 ‘Restriction’ you are only allowed to leave your residence under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food or medical supplies, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual. Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish.
    For further detailed information on rules for every Stage, you should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website.
    *Public places and services: Chilean authorities require the use of facemasks in all public spaces, that you keep to social distancing rules; self-isolate immediately if you suspect you have been in contact with a confirmed COVID case irrespective of the ‘Paso a Paso’ stage.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.

    Read more
    30.11.2021
  • Chile Latest News: Chile to reopen some border crossings with Argentina, Bolivia, Peru starting 1 December (ADNsur.com, 15.11.2021)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry rules in response to coronavirus: The Chilean Government has a ‘Fronteras Protegidas’ (Protected Borders) Strategy.
    You are allowed to enter Chile if you are:
    • a Chilean national or a resident foreign national; or
    • a non-resident foreign national only if you have proof of vaccination validated by the Chilean authorities prior to travel. To do this, you must apply online to have your vaccination validated and receive a Chilean “Pase de Movilidad” (Mobility pass) by visiting MeVacuno website. This process may take between 30 to 45 days.
    or you fall into one of the ‘exceptions’ listed in Decree 102. You should contact the nearest Chilean Consulate/Embassy prior to travel.
    • and hold travel insurance covering a minimum of $30,000 USD for COVID-related issues. This also applies for authorised non-resident foreigners listed in Decree 102.
    • From 1 December, all children under 6 years old (including non-resident foreigners) regardless of their vaccination status will be allowed to enter Chile.
    All travellers (including Chileans, resident and authorised non-resident foreign nationals) must:
    • have a negative PCR test SARS-COV-2 (rapid and antigen tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago. Children under 2 years old are exempt
    complete an Affidavit (Declaración Jurada) up to 48 hours before boarding. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which you must show to the airline and during the health screening process on arrival in Chile. Health authorities at Santiago Airport will request all travellers complete a daily ‘self-report’ – for 10 days – via an online form or ‘C19 AutoReporte’ application. The health authorities will provide the detail of this process by email following the health screening.
    The air borders entry points currently open for those who meet these entry requirements are:
    • Arturo Merino Benítez airport
    • Iquique airport
    • Antofagasta airport
    • Punta Arenas airport
    From 1 December, three land border checkpoints will open for all travellers who meet the above entry requirements:
    • Chacalluta (Arica and Parinacota Region)
    • Colchane (Tarapaca Region)
    • Pino Hachado (Araucania Region)
    From 1 January, three other land border checkpoints will open:
    • Los Libertadores (Valparaiso Region)
    • Cardenal Samore (Los Lagos Region)
    • Rio Don Guillermo (Magallanes Region)
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: Chile will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record. You will need to use this to apply for a Chilean Mobility Pass (‘Pase de Movilidad’) on the Chile Government’s MeVacuno website in order to be able to enter the country. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.
    *Public health measures on arrival in Chile: Upon arrival, all travellers, will be required to undergo another PCR test. This is in addition to the negative test they undertook prior to travel.
    Health authorities at Santiago Airport will require completion of a follow-up online form for 10 days from the arrival date.
    From 1 December, new sanitary measures will come into force:
    • Travellers who have received a booster vaccine in the last 6 months prior to travel and that has been validated by the Chilean health authorities via their mobility pass, will be exempt from taking a PCR test on arrival and the isolation period.
    • Those travellers with a mobility pass but without a booster vaccine validation, will have to undergo a PCR test upon arrival and self-isolate until they receive the negative PCR-test result.
    All travellers (Chileans, resident, non-resident nationals, including exceptions listed in Decree 102), who have not validated their vaccines with Chilean health authorities, will have to undergo a PCR test on arrival and comply with a 5 day quarantine period even if the PCR test result comes out negative.
    *Quarantine requirements for all travellers:
    • Strict quarantine in private or declared residence or at a hotel. Transit hotels are no longer an option to quarantine.
    • Quarantine of 5 days for travellers with a Mobility Pass. Until 30 November, this quarantine period can be lifted if the result of the PCR test carried out by health authorities on arrival comes out negative
    • Until 30 November, quarantine of 7 days for travellers without a Mobility Pass
    • Until 30 November, quarantine of 7 days will also apply for children under 6 years old and their travel companions, including those who are vaccinated.
    • From 1 December, if travel companions of children under 6 years old have validated their vaccines, regardless of their booster jab status, only the child will have to remain in quarantine. This quarantine period can be lifted if the result of the PCR test carried out by health authorities on arrival is negative.
    • If you choose to quarantine in a hotel, they cannot leave the hotel room
    • All other residents at the registered quarantine address must also quarantine for the same length of time
    • You must use private transportation to get to the registered address.
    • You may be required to undergo a PCR or antigen test at any time during the 14 days following arrival.
    You should arrange to take a private test.
    For more details please contact the Chilean COVID Health-line 6003607777 option 0.
    You are allowed to leave Chile if you are:
    • a Chilean or a resident foreign national holding either:
    • A valid ‘Mobility Pass’. Children who do not hold a ‘Mobility Pass’ may request a special permit (Autorización Extraordinaria de Viaje al Extranjero) on
    the Comisaría virtual website. From 1 November, children under 6 years old will be allowed to leave if they and their travelling companions complete a 7-day quarantine in the same location on their return to Chile.
    special permit (Autorización Extraordinaria de Viaje al Extranjero) issued on the Comisaría Virtual website ; or if you are
    • a non-resident foreign national holding a valid passport from your country of origin.
    From 1 December, the above local exit requirements for Chilean and resident foreign nationals will no longer be in place.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Chile: Travellers arriving in Chile should be aware that local authorities frequently move municipalities (comunas) back and forth through the government Stages Plan (Paso a Paso). You should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website to check which stage your ‘comuna’ is in.
    If you are travelling from or to the airport to catch a flight from or to one of the areas under quarantine, presenting your passport and boarding pass will permit you to cross any checkpoints. Use a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permissions.
    From 1 December, travellers arriving in Chile with further domestic flight connections will no longer be required to quarantine on arrival until they receive a negative PCR test result (carried out by health authorities on arrival). They can continue their trip and quarantine in their final destination until they receive a negative PCR test result.
    *Mobility Pass for interregional travel: Travellers (including children aged 12 and up) are requested to hold a Mobility Pass for interregional travel. More details on accepted vaccines and the process to apply for the Mobility Pass, including the documents required to validate the vaccination, is available here (in Spanish).
    The Chilean government allows Chileans, foreigners resident in Chile and non-resident foreigners who have been vaccinated overseas to register for Chile’s Mobility Pass scheme (‘Pase de Movilidad’). You may obtain a Mobility Pass if you fulfil the eligibility criteria on the Chile Government’s MeVacuno website. This will generate a QR-code after entering your personal information. This permit can only be requested 14-days after completing a full COVID-19 vaccination course in Chile (i.e. after the second dose for a two-dose course COVID-19 vaccine such as AstraZeneca, Pfizer, etc).
    Interregional travellers without a Mobility Pass are required to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel. This test must be carried out in Chile. You should be aware that you are not allowed interregional travel if you are in quarantine after arriving in Chile.
    *Paso a Paso Strategy: The Chilean government’s strategy to manage COVID-19 is called ‘Paso A Paso’. It has five stages:
    • Stage 1 – Restriction
    • Stage 2 – Transition
    • Stage 3 – Preparation
    • Stage 4 – Initial Reopening
    • Stage 5 – Advanced Reopening
    Individual comunas will move forwards or backwards between these stages, depending on the level of COVID-19 infections in the region. Changes to the stage of a ‘comuna’ can be announced by the government at any time and come into force shortly after. All rules for each Stage (Paso) will apply seven-days a week.
    In those areas under Stage 1 ‘Restriction’ you are only allowed to leave your residence under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food or medical supplies, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual. Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish.
    For further detailed information on rules for every Stage, you should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website.
    *Public places and services: Chilean authorities require the use of facemasks in all public spaces, that you keep to social distancing rules; self-isolate immediately if you suspect you have been in contact with a confirmed COVID case irrespective of the ‘Paso a Paso’ stage.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.

    Read more
    26.11.2021
  • Chile Latest News: Chile to reopen some border crossings with Argentina, Bolivia, Peru starting 1 December (ADNsur.com, 15.11.2021)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry rules in response to coronavirus: The Chilean Government has a ‘Fronteras Protegidas’ (Protected Borders) Strategy.
    You are allowed to enter Chile if you are:
    • a Chilean national or a resident foreign national; or
    a non-resident foreign national only if you have proof of vaccination validated by the Chilean authorities prior to travel. To do this, you must apply online to have your vaccination validated and receive a Chilean “Pase de Movilidad” (Mobility pass) by visiting MeVacuno website. This process may take between 30 to 45 days.
    or you fall into one of the ‘exceptions’ listed in Decree 102. You should contact the nearest Chilean Consulate/Embassy prior to travel.
    • and hold travel insurance covering a minimum of $30,000 USD for COVID-related issues. This also applies for authorised non-resident foreigners listed in Decree 102.
    • From 1 December, all children under 6 years old (including non-resident foreigners) regardless of their vaccination status will be allowed to enter Chile.
    All travellers (including Chileans, resident and authorised non-resident foreign nationals) must:
    • have a negative PCR test SARS-COV-2 (rapid and antigen tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago. Children under 2 years old are exempt
    complete an Affidavit (Declaración Jurada) up to 48 hours before boarding. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which you must show to the airline and during the health screening process on arrival in Chile. Health authorities at Santiago Airport will request all travellers complete a daily ‘self-report’ – for 10 days – via an online form or ‘C19 AutoReporte’ application. The health authorities will provide the detail of this process by email following the health screening.
    The air borders entry points currently open for those who meet these entry requirements are:
    • Arturo Merino Benítez airport
    • Iquique airport
    • Antofagasta airport
    • Punta Arenas airport
    From 1 December, three land border checkpoints will open for all travellers who meet the above entry requirements:
    • Chacalluta (Arica and Parinacota Region)
    • Colchane (Tarapaca Region)
    • Pino Hachado (Araucania Region)
    From 1 January, three other land border checkpoints will open:
    • Los Libertadores (Valparaiso Region)
    • Cardenal Samore (Los Lagos Region)
    • Rio Don Guillermo (Magallanes Region)
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: Chile will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record. You will need to use this to apply for a Chilean Mobility Pass (‘Pase de Movilidad’) on the Chile Government’s MeVacuno website in order to be able to enter the country. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.
    *Public health measures on arrival in Chile: Upon arrival, all travellers, will be required to undergo another PCR test. This is in addition to the negative test they undertook prior to travel.
    Health authorities at Santiago Airport will require completion of a follow-up online form for 10 days from the arrival date.
    From 1 December, new sanitary measures will come into force:
    • Travellers who have received a booster vaccine in the last 6 months prior to travel and that has been validated by the Chilean health authorities via their mobility pass, will be exempt from taking a PCR test on arrival and the isolation period.
    • Those travellers with a mobility pass but without a booster vaccine validation, will have to undergo a PCR test upon arrival and self-isolate until they receive the negative PCR-test result.
    All travellers (Chileans, resident, non-resident nationals, including exceptions listed in Decree 102), who have not validated their vaccines with Chilean health authorities, will have to undergo a PCR test on arrival and comply with a 5 day quarantine period even if the PCR test result comes out negative.
    *Quarantine requirements for all travellers:
    • Strict quarantine in private or declared residence or at a hotel. Transit hotels are no longer an option to quarantine.
    • Quarantine of 5 days for travellers with a Mobility Pass. Until 30 November, this quarantine period can be lifted if the result of the PCR test carried out by health authorities on arrival comes out negative
    • Until 30 November, quarantine of 7 days for travellers without a Mobility Pass
    • Until 30 November, quarantine of 7 days will also apply for children under 6 years old and their travel companions, including those who are vaccinated.
    • From 1 December, if travel companions of children under 6 years old have validated their vaccines, regardless of their booster jab status, only the child will have to remain in quarantine. This quarantine period can be lifted if the result of the PCR test carried out by health authorities on arrival is negative.
    • If you choose to quarantine in a hotel, they cannot leave the hotel room
    • All other residents at the registered quarantine address must also quarantine for the same length of time
    • You must use private transportation to get to the registered address.
    • You may be required to undergo a PCR or antigen test at any time during the 14 days following arrival.
    You should arrange to take a private test.
    For more details please contact the Chilean COVID Health-line 6003607777 option 0.
    You are allowed to leave Chile if you are:
    • a Chilean or a resident foreign national holding either:
    • A valid ‘Mobility Pass’. Children who do not hold a ‘Mobility Pass’ may request a special permit (Autorización Extraordinaria de Viaje al Extranjero) on
    the Comisaría virtual website. From 1 November, children under 6 years old will be allowed to leave if they and their travelling companions complete a 7-day quarantine in the same location on their return to Chile.
    special permit (Autorización Extraordinaria de Viaje al Extranjero) issued on the Comisaría Virtual website ; or if you are
    • a non-resident foreign national holding a valid passport from your country of origin.
    From 1 December, the above local exit requirements for Chilean and resident foreign nationals will no longer be in place.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Chile: Travellers arriving in Chile should be aware that local authorities frequently move municipalities (comunas) back and forth through the government Stages Plan (Paso a Paso). You should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website to check which stage your ‘comuna’ is in.
    If you are travelling from or to the airport to catch a flight from or to one of the areas under quarantine, presenting your passport and boarding pass will permit you to cross any checkpoints. Use a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permissions.
    From 1 December, travellers arriving in Chile with further domestic flight connections will no longer be required to quarantine on arrival until they receive a negative PCR test result (carried out by health authorities on arrival). They can continue their trip and quarantine in their final destination until they receive a negative PCR test result.
    *Mobility Pass for interregional travel: Travellers (including children aged 12 and up) are requested to hold a Mobility Pass for interregional travel. More details on accepted vaccines and the process to apply for the Mobility Pass, including the documents required to validate the vaccination, is available here (in Spanish).
    The Chilean government allows Chileans, foreigners resident in Chile and non-resident foreigners who have been vaccinated overseas to register for Chile’s Mobility Pass scheme (‘Pase de Movilidad’). You may obtain a Mobility Pass if you fulfil the eligibility criteria on the Chile Government’s MeVacuno website. This will generate a QR-code after entering your personal information. This permit can only be requested 14-days after completing a full COVID-19 vaccination course in Chile (i.e. after the second dose for a two-dose course COVID-19 vaccine such as AstraZeneca, Pfizer, etc).
    Interregional travellers without a Mobility Pass are required to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel. This test must be carried out in Chile. You should be aware that you are not allowed interregional travel if you are in quarantine after arriving in Chile.
    *Paso a Paso Strategy: The Chilean government’s strategy to manage COVID-19 is called ‘Paso A Paso’. It has five stages:
    • Stage 1 – Restriction
    • Stage 2 – Transition
    • Stage 3 – Preparation
    • Stage 4 – Initial Reopening
    • Stage 5 – Advanced Reopening
    Individual comunas will move forwards or backwards between these stages, depending on the level of COVID-19 infections in the region. Changes to the stage of a ‘comuna’ can be announced by the government at any time and come into force shortly after. All rules for each Stage (Paso) will apply seven-days a week.
    In those areas under Stage 1 ‘Restriction’ you are only allowed to leave your residence under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food or medical supplies, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual. Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish.
    For further detailed information on rules for every Stage, you should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website.
    *Public places and services: Chilean authorities require the use of facemasks in all public spaces, that you keep to social distancing rules; self-isolate immediately if you suspect you have been in contact with a confirmed COVID case irrespective of the ‘Paso a Paso’ stage.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.

    Read more
    25.11.2021
  • Chile Latest News: Chile to reopen some border crossings with Argentina, Bolivia, Peru starting 1 December (ADNsur.com, 15.11.2021)

    International Restrictions:
    **Entry rules in response to coronavirus: The Chilean Government has a ‘Fronteras Protegidas’ (Protected Borders) Strategy.
    You are allowed to enter Chile if you are:
    • a Chilean national or a resident foreign national; or
    a non-resident foreign national only if you have proof of vaccination validated by the Chilean authorities prior to travel. To do this, you must apply online to have your vaccination validated and receive a Chilean “Pase de Movilidad” (Mobility pass) by visiting MeVacuno website. This process may take between 30 to 45 days.
    or you fall into one of the ‘exceptions’ listed in Decree 102. You should contact the nearest Chilean Consulate/Embassy prior to travel.
    • and hold travel insurance covering a minimum of $30,000 USD for COVID-related issues. This also applies for authorised non-resident foreigners listed in Decree 102.
    • From 1 December, all children under 6 years old (including non-resident foreigners) regardless of their vaccination status will be allowed to enter Chile.
    All travellers (including Chileans, resident and authorised non-resident foreign nationals) must:
    • have a negative PCR test SARS-COV-2 (rapid and antigen tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago. Children under 2 years old are exempt
    complete an Affidavit (Declaración Jurada) up to 48 hours before boarding. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which you must show to the airline and during the health screening process on arrival in Chile. Health authorities at Santiago Airport will request all travellers complete a daily ‘self-report’ – for 10 days – via an online form or ‘C19 AutoReporte’ application. The health authorities will provide the detail of this process by email following the health screening.
    The air borders entry points currently open for those who meet these entry requirements are:
    • Arturo Merino Benítez airport
    • Iquique airport
    • Antofagasta airport
    • Punta Arenas airport
    From 1 December, three land border checkpoints will open for all travellers who meet the above entry requirements:
    • Chacalluta (Arica and Parinacota Region)
    • Colchane (Tarapaca Region)
    • Pino Hachado (Araucania Region)
    From 1 January, three other land border checkpoints will open:
    • Los Libertadores (Valparaiso Region)
    • Cardenal Samore (Los Lagos Region)
    • Rio Don Guillermo (Magallanes Region)
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: Chile will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record. You will need to use this to apply for a Chilean Mobility Pass (‘Pase de Movilidad’) on the Chile Government’s MeVacuno website in order to be able to enter the country. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.
    *Public health measures on arrival in Chile: Upon arrival, all travellers, will be required to undergo another PCR test. This is in addition to the negative test they undertook prior to travel.
    Health authorities at Santiago Airport will require completion of a follow-up online form for 10 days from the arrival date.
    From 1 December, new sanitary measures will come into force:
    • Travellers who have received a booster vaccine in the last 6 months prior to travel and that has been validated by the Chilean health authorities via their mobility pass, will be exempt from taking a PCR test on arrival and the isolation period.
    • Those travellers with a mobility pass but without a booster vaccine validation, will have to undergo a PCR test upon arrival and self-isolate until they receive the negative PCR-test result.
    • All travellers (Chileans, resident and non-resident nationals), who have not validated their vaccines with Chilean health authorities, will have to undergo a PCR-test on arrival and comply with a 5-day quarantine period even if the PCR-test result comes out negative.
    *Quarantine requirements for all travellers:
    • Strict quarantine in private or declared residence or at a hotel. Transit hotels are no longer an option to quarantine.
    • Quarantine of 5 days for travellers with a Mobility Pass. Until 30 November, this quarantine period can be lifted if the result of the PCR test carried out by health authorities on arrival comes out negative
    • Until 30 November, quarantine of 7 days for travellers without a Mobility Pass
    • Until 30 November, quarantine of 7 days will also apply for children under 6 years old and their travel companions, including those who are vaccinated.
    • From 1 December, if travel companions of children under 6 years old have validated their vaccines, regardless of their booster jab status, only the child will have to remain in quarantine. This quarantine period can be lifted if the result of the PCR test carried out by health authorities on arrival is negative.
    • If you choose to quarantine in a hotel, they cannot leave the hotel room
    • All other residents at the registered quarantine address must also quarantine for the same length of time
    • You must use private transportation to get to the registered address.
    • You may be required to undergo a PCR or antigen test at any time during the 14 days following arrival.You should arrange to take a private test.
    For more details please contact the Chilean COVID Health-line 6003607777 option 0.
    You are allowed to leave Chile if you are:
    • a Chilean or a resident foreign national holding either:
    A valid ‘Mobility Pass’. Children who do not hold a ‘Mobility Pass’ may request a special permit (Autorización Extraordinaria de Viaje al Extranjero) on the Comisaría virtual website
    • From 1 November, children under 6 years old will be allowed to leave if they and their travelling companions complete a 7-day quarantine in the same location on their return to Chile.
    • special permit (Autorización Extraordinaria de Viaje al Extranjero) issued on the Comisaría Virtual website; or if you are
    • a non-resident foreign national holding a valid passport from your country of origin.
    From 1 December, the above local exit requirements for Chilean and resident foreign nationals will no longer be in place.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Chile: Travellers arriving in Chile should be aware that local authorities frequently move municipalities (comunas) back and forth through the government Stages Plan (Paso a Paso). You should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website to check which stage your ‘comuna’ is in.
    If you are travelling from or to the airport to catch a flight from or to one of the areas under quarantine, presenting your passport and boarding pass will permit you to cross any checkpoints. Use a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permissions.
    From 1 December, travellers arriving in Chile with further domestic flight connections will no longer be required to quarantine on arrival until they receive a negative PCR test result (carried out by health authorities on arrival). They can continue their trip and quarantine in their final destination until they receive a negative PCR test result.
    *Mobility Pass for interregional travel: Travellers (including children aged 12 and up) are requested to hold a Mobility Pass for interregional travel. More details on accepted vaccines and the process to apply for the Mobility Pass, including the documents required to validate the vaccination, is available here (in Spanish).
    The Chilean government allows Chileans, foreigners resident in Chile and non-resident foreigners who have been vaccinated overseas to register for Chile’s Mobility Pass scheme (‘Pase de Movilidad’). You may obtain a Mobility Pass if you fulfil the eligibility criteria on the Chile Government’s MeVacuno website. This will generate a QR-code after entering your personal information. This permit can only be requested 14-days after completing a full COVID-19 vaccination course in Chile (i.e. after the second dose for a two-dose course COVID-19 vaccine such as AstraZeneca, Pfizer, etc).
    Interregional travellers without a Mobility Pass are required to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel. This test must be carried out in Chile. You should be aware that you are not allowed interregional travel if you are in quarantine after arriving in Chile.
    *Paso a Paso Strategy: The Chilean government’s strategy to manage COVID-19 is called ‘Paso A Paso’. It has five stages:
    • Stage 1 – Restriction
    • Stage 2 – Transition
    • Stage 3 – Preparation
    • Stage 4 – Initial Reopening
    • Stage 5 – Advanced Reopening
    Individual comunas will move forwards or backwards between these stages, depending on the level of COVID-19 infections in the region. Changes to the stage of a ‘comuna’ can be announced by the government at any time and come into force shortly after. All rules for each Stage (Paso) will apply seven-days a week.
    In those areas under Stage 1 ‘Restriction’ you are only allowed to leave your residence under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food or medical supplies, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual. Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish.
    For further detailed information on rules for every Stage, you should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website.
    *Public places and services: Chilean authorities require the use of facemasks in all public spaces, that you keep to social distancing rules; self-isolate immediately if you suspect you have been in contact with a confirmed COVID case irrespective of the ‘Paso a Paso’ stage.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.

    Read more
    18.11.2021
  • Chile Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry rules in response to coronavirus: The Chilean Government has a ‘Fronteras Protegidas’ (Protected Borders) Strategy.
    You are allowed to enter Chile if you are:
    • a Chilean national or a resident foreign national; or
    • a non-resident foreign national only if you have proof of vaccination validated by the Chilean authorities prior to travel. To do this, you must apply online to have your vaccination validated and receive a Chilean “Pase de Movilidad” (Mobility pass) by visiting MeVacuno website . This process may take up to 30 days.
    • or you fall into one of the ‘exceptions’ listed in Decree 102. You should contact the nearest Chilean Consulate/Embassy prior to travel.
    • and hold travel insurance covering a minimum of $30,000 USD for COVID-related issues. This also applies for authorised non-resident foreigners listed in Decree 102.
    All travellers (including Chileans, resident and authorised non-resident foreign nationals) must:
    • have a negative PCR test SARS-COV-2 (rapid and antigen tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago. Children under 2 years old are exempt
    complete an Affidavit (Declaración Jurada) up to 48 hours before boarding. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which you must show to the airline and during the health screening process on arrival in Chile. Health authorities at Santiago Airport will request all travellers complete a daily ‘self-report’ – for 10 days – via an online form or ‘C19 AutoReporte’ application. The health authorities will provide the detail of this process by email following the health screening.
    The borders entry points currently open for those who meet these entry requirements are:
    • Arturo Merino Benítez airport
    • Iquique airport
    • Antofagasta airport
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: Chile will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record. You will need to use this to apply for a Chilean Mobility Pass (‘Pase de Movilidad’) on the Chile Government’s MeVacuno website in order to be able to enter the country. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.
    *Public health measures on arrival in Chile: All travellers (including Chileans, resident and authorised non-resident foreign nationals) require a negative PCR test SARS-COV2 (rapid PCR or antigen tests will not be accepted) taken within 72-hours of boarding the flight to enter Chile. Children under 2 years old are exempt.
    Upon arrival, travellers, will be required to undergo anothe PCR test. This is in addition to the negative test they undertook prior to travel Health authorities at Santiago Airport will require completion of a follow-up online form for 14 days from the arrival date.
    Quarantine requirements for all travellers: Strict quarantine in private or declared residence or at a hotel. Transit hotels are no longer an option to quarantine.
    • Quarantine of 5 days for travellers with a Mobility Pass. From 1 November, this quarantine period can be lifted if the result of the PCR test carried out by health authorities on arrival comes out negative.
    • Quarantine of 7 days for travellers without a Mobility Pass.
    • From 1 November, quarantine of 7 days will also apply for children under 6 years old and their travel companions, including those who are vaccinated.
    • If traveller chooses to quarantine in a hotel, they cannot leave the hotel room
    • All other residents at the registered quarantine address must also quarantine for the same length of time
    • Travellers must use private transportation to get to the registered address.
    • The traveller may be required to undergo a PCR or antigen test at any time during the 14 days following arrival.
    You should arrange to take a private test.
    For more details please contact the Chilean COVID Health-line 6003607777 option 0.
    You are allowed to leave Chile if you are:
    • a Chilean or a resident foreign national holding either
    • A valid ‘Mobility Pass’. Children who do not hold a ‘Mobility Pass’ may request a special permit (Autorización Extraordinaria de Viaje al Extranjero) on the Comisaría virtual website. From 1 November, children under 6 years old will be allowed to leave if they and their travelling companions complete a 7-day quarantine in the same location on their return to Chile.
    • A special permit (Autorización Extraordinaria de Viaje al Extranjero) issued on the Comisaría Virtual website; or if you are
    • a non-resident foreign national holding a valid passport from your country of origin.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Chile: Travellers arriving in Chile should be aware that local authorities frequently move municipalities (comunas) back and forth through the government Stages Plan (Paso a Paso). You should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website to check which stage your ‘comuna’ is in.
    If you are travelling from or to the airport to catch a flight from or to one of the areas under quarantine, presenting your passport and boarding pass will permit you to cross any checkpoints. Use a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permissions.
    *Mobility Pass and Health Passport: Until 31 October, interregional travellers will need to have a “Health Passport” prior to travel and present it at any checkpoint.
    From 1 November, the health passport will not be required, only the Mobility Pass will be requested for interregional travel. From 1 November, a Mobility Pass will be requested for children from age 12 and up. More details on accepted vaccines and the process to apply for the Mobility Pass, including the documents required to validate the vaccination, is available here (in Spanish).
    The Chilean government allows Chileans, foreigners resident in Chile and non-resident foreigners who have been vaccinated overseas to register for Chile’s Mobility Pass scheme (‘Pase de Movilidad’). You may obtain a Mobility Pass if you fulfil the eligibility criteria on the Chile Government’s
    MeVacuno website. This will generate a QR-code after entering your personal information. This permit can only be requested 14-days after completing a full COVID-19 vaccination course in Chile (i.e. after the second dose for a two-dose course COVID-19 vaccine such as AstraZeneca, Pfizer, etc).
    From 1 November, interregional travellers without a Mobility Pass will be required to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel. This test must be carried out in Chile. You should be aware that you are not allowed interregional travel if you are in quarantine after arriving in Chile.
    Be aware that if you wish to travel to Magallanes Region, you might be required to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel. You should get in contact with your transport operator.
    *Paso a Paso Strategy: The Chilean government’s strategy to manage COVID-19 is called ‘Paso A Paso’. It has five stages:
    • Stage 1 – Restriction
    • Stage 2 – Transition
    • Stage 3 – Preparation
    • Stage 4 – Initial Reopening
    • Stage 5 – Advanced Reopening
    Individual comunas will move forwards or backwards between these stages, depending on the level of COVID-19 infections in the region. Changes to the stage of a ‘comuna’ can be announced by the government at any time and come into force shortly after. All rules for each Stage (Paso) will apply seven-days a week.
    In those areas under Stage 1 ‘Restriction’ you are only allowed to leave your residence under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food or medical supplies, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual. Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish.
    For further detailed information on rules for every Stage, you should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website.
    *Public places and services: Chilean authorities require the use of facemasks in all public spaces, that you keep to social distancing rules; self-isolate immediately if you suspect you have been in contact with a confirmed COVID case irrespective of the ‘Paso a Paso’ stage.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.

    Read more
    05.11.2021
  • Chile Latest News: Government announces plans to reopen borders to visitors ahead of Southern Hemisphere summer (Reuters, 15.09.2021)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry rules in response to coronavirus: The Chilean Government has a ‘Fronteras Protegidas’ (Protected Borders) Strategy.
    You are allowed to enter Chile if you are:
    • a Chilean national or a resident foreign national; or
    • a non-resident foreign national only if you have proof of vaccination validated by the Chilean authorities prior to travel. To do this, you must apply online to have your vaccination validated and receive a Chilean “Pase de Movilidad” (Mobility pass) by visiting MeVacuno website . This process may take up to 30 days.
    • or you fall into one of the ‘exceptions’ listed in Decree 102. You should contact the nearest Chilean Consulate/Embassy prior to travel.
    • and hold travel insurance covering a minimum of $30,000 USD for COVID-related issues. This also applies for authorised non-resident foreigners listed in Decree 102.
    The borders entry points currently open for those who meet these entry requirements are:
    • Arturo Merino Benítez airport
    • Iquique airport
    • Antofagasta airport
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 status: Chile will accept the proof of COVID-19 recovery and vaccination record. You will need to use this to apply for a Chilean Mobility Pass (‘Pase de Movilidad’) on the Chile Government’s MeVacuno website in order to be able to enter the country. Your appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.
    *Public health measures on arrival in Chile: All travellers (including Chileans, resident and authorised non-resident foreign nationals) require a negative PCR test SARS-COV2 (rapid PCR or antigen tests will not be accepted) taken within 72-hours of boarding the flight to enter Chile. Children under 2 years old are exempt.
    Upon arrival, travellers, will be required to undergo anothe PCR test. This is in addition to the negative test they undertook prior to travel Health authorities at Santiago Airport will require completion of a follow-up online form for 14 days from the arrival date.
    Quarantine requirements for all travellers: Strict quarantine in private or declared residence or at a hotel. Transit hotels are no longer an option to quarantine.
    • Quarantine of 5 days for travellers with a Mobility Pass. From 1 November, this quarantine period can be lifted if the result of the PCR test carried out by health authorities on arrival comes out negative.
    • Quarantine of 7 days for travellers without a Mobility Pass.
    • From 1 November, quarantine of 7 days will also apply for children under 6 years old and their travel companions, including those who are vaccinated.
    • If traveller chooses to quarantine in a hotel, they cannot leave the hotel room
    • All other residents at the registered quarantine address must also quarantine for the same length of time
    • Travellers must use private transportation to get to the registered address.
    • The traveller may be required to undergo a PCR or antigen test at any time during the 14 days following arrival.
    You should arrange to take a private test.
    For more details please contact the Chilean COVID Health-line 6003607777 option 0.
    You are allowed to leave Chile if you are:
    • a Chilean or a resident foreign national holding either
    • A valid ‘Mobility Pass’. Children who do not hold a ‘Mobility Pass’ may request a special permit (Autorización Extraordinaria de Viaje al Extranjero) on the Comisaría virtual website. From 1 November, children under 6 years old will be allowed to leave if they and their travelling companions complete a 7-day quarantine in the same location on their return to Chile.
    • A special permit (Autorización Extraordinaria de Viaje al Extranjero) issued on the Comisaría Virtual website; or if you are
    • a non-resident foreign national holding a valid passport from your country of origin.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Chile: Travellers arriving in Chile should be aware that local authorities frequently move municipalities (comunas) back and forth through the government Stages Plan (Paso a Paso). You should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website to check which stage your ‘comuna’ is in.
    If you are travelling from or to the airport to catch a flight from or to one of the areas under quarantine, presenting your passport and boarding pass will permit you to cross any checkpoints. Use a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permissions.
    *Mobility Pass and Health Passport: Until 31 October, interregional travellers will need to have a “Health Passport” prior to travel and present it at any checkpoint.
    From 1 November, the health passport will not be required, only the Mobility Pass will be requested for interregional travel. From 1 November, a Mobility Pass will be requested for children from age 12 and up. More details on accepted vaccines and the process to apply for the Mobility Pass, including the documents required to validate the vaccination, is available here (in Spanish).
    The Chilean government allows Chileans, foreigners resident in Chile and non-resident foreigners who have been vaccinated overseas to register for Chile’s Mobility Pass scheme (‘Pase de Movilidad’). You may obtain a Mobility Pass if you fulfil the eligibility criteria on the Chile Government’s
    MeVacuno website. This will generate a QR-code after entering your personal information. This permit can only be requested 14-days after completing a full COVID-19 vaccination course in Chile (i.e. after the second dose for a two-dose course COVID-19 vaccine such as AstraZeneca, Pfizer, etc).
    From 1 November, interregional travellers without a Mobility Pass will be required to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel. This test must be carried out in Chile. You should be aware that you are not allowed interregional travel if you are in quarantine after arriving in Chile.
    Be aware that if you wish to travel to Magallanes Region, you might be required to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel. You should get in contact with your transport operator.
    *Paso a Paso Strategy: The Chilean government’s strategy to manage COVID-19 is called ‘Paso A Paso’. It has five stages:
    • Stage 1 – Restriction
    • Stage 2 – Transition
    • Stage 3 – Preparation
    • Stage 4 – Initial Reopening
    • Stage 5 – Advanced Reopening
    Individual comunas will move forwards or backwards between these stages, depending on the level of COVID-19 infections in the region. Changes to the stage of a ‘comuna’ can be announced by the government at any time and come into force shortly after. All rules for each Stage (Paso) will apply seven-days a week.
    In those areas under Stage 1 ‘Restriction’ you are only allowed to leave your residence under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food or medical supplies, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual. Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish.
    For further detailed information on rules for every Stage, you should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website.
    *Public places and services: Chilean authorities require the use of facemasks in all public spaces, that you keep to social distancing rules; self-isolate immediately if you suspect you have been in contact with a confirmed COVID case irrespective of the ‘Paso a Paso’ stage.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.

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    20.10.2021
  • Chile Entry Requirements November 1, 2021:
    1. Proof of vaccination needs to be validated before arrival to Chile at mevacuno.gob.cl

    2. Visitors are required to fill out an online affidavit minimum of 48 hours of arrival at C19.cl

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    Chile Eases Entry Requirements Effective November 1, 2021
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    Vaccinated visitors have been allowed to enter Chile from October 1, 2021, but they must spend the first five nights in quarantine. This will change from November 1.

    Visitors who are fully vaccinated need to undergo a PCR-RT test upon arrival in Chile at one of three airports ready for international flights and then isolate until the test result comes through, which can take up to 24 hours.

    You can access Chile’s website for tourism here.

    Entry Requirements November 1, 2021:
    1. Proof of vaccination needs to be validated before arrival to Chile at mevacuno.gob.cl

    2. Visitors are required to fill out an online affidavit minimum of 48 hours of arrival at C19.cl

    3. Negative PCR-RT test that is not more than 72 hours old before boarding the flight (unclear if it applies to the first flight or the flight to Chile)

    4. Travel insurance with a minimum of $30,000 coverage for health-related issues (including Covid-19 infection)

    5. PCR-RT test at the airport upon arrival in Chile

    6. Must stay in isolation until the result from the airport test is ready (can take up to 24 hours)

    7. Visitors are required to promptly reply to the daily email that they will receive for two weeks

    8. Only three airports can accept international arrivals: Iquique, Antofagasta, and Arturo Merino Benítez

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    11.10.2021
  • Chile Latest News: Government announces plans to reopen borders to visitors ahead of Southern Hemisphere summer (Reuters, 15.09.2021)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry rules in response to coronavirus: From 1 October, the Chilean government’s new ‘Fronteras Protegidas’ (Protected Borders) Plan will be in force.
    From 1 October, you will be allowed to enter Chile if you are:
    • a Chilean national or a resident foreign national; or
    • a non-resident foreign national only if you
    • hold a valid Chilean Mobility Pass ‘Pase de Movilidad’
    or you fall into one of the ‘exceptions’ listed in Decree 102.
    • and hold travel insurance covering a minimum of $30,000 USD for COVID-related issues
    Borders open for travel from 1 October for those who meet entry requirements:
    • Arturo Merino Benítez airport
    • Iquique airport
    • Antofagasta airport
    *Public health measures on arrival in Chile: All travellers (including Chileans, resident and authorised non-resident foreign nationals) require a negative PCR test SARS-COV2 (rapid PCR or antigen tests will not be accepted) taken within 72-hours of boarding the flight to enter Chile. Children under 2 years old are exempt.
    Additionally, an affidavit (Declaración Jurada) must be completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown on arrival.
    Upon arrival, travellers may be required to undergo a PCR or antigen test, even when they can hold a negative PCR test result. All passengers are required to have their temperature taken on arrival.
    You should be aware that Chilean authorities require the use of facemasks in all public spaces, including the airport and in public transport. You risk a significant fine for not wearing a mask in public.
    All travellers arriving until 30 September (including Chileans, resident and authorised non-resident foreign nationals) must complete a mandatory 7 -day quarantine on arrival in Chile. From 1 October, this quarantine period will be reduced to 5 days for those who have a valid Chilean Mobility Pass. Health authorities at Santiago Airport will require completion of a follow-up online form for 14 days from the arrival date.
    From 1 October, the Chilean government will allow all travellers (Chileans, resident foreign nationals in Chile and non-resident foreign nationals) who have been vaccinated overseas to register for Chile’s Mobility Pass scheme (‘Pase de Movilidad’). You may obtain a Mobility Pass if you fulfil the eligibility criteria on the Chile Government’s MeVacuno website. More details on accepted vaccines and the process to apply for the Mobility Pass, including the documents required to validate the vaccination, is available here (in Spanish).
    Travellers must complete mandatory quarantine at their private residence or at a hotel if they prefer. Transit hotels will no longer be an option.
    Entry and quarantine requirements for all travellers:
    • Strict quarantine in private or declared residence
    • Quarantine of 5 days for travellers with a Mobility Pass
    • Quarantine of 7 days travellers without a Mobility Pass
    • If traveller chooses to quarantine in a hotel, they cannot leave the hotel room
    • All other residents at the registered quarantine address must also quarantine for the same length of time
    • Travellers must use private transportation to get to the registered address without interacting or spending the night with other.
    • The traveller may be required to undergo a PCR or antigen test at any time during the 14 days following arrival, including at the airport.
    You should arrange to take a private test.
    For more details please contact the Chilean COVID Health-line 6003607777 option 0.
    The Chilean authorities have closed all ports to cruise liners.
    *You are allowed to leave Chile if you are: a Chilean or a resident foreign national holding either
    A valid ‘Mobility Pass’ Pase de Movilidad. Children who do not hold a ‘Mobility Pass’ may request a special permit (Autorización Extraordinaria de Viaje al Extranjero) on the Comisaría virtual website.
    • A special permit (Autorización Extraordinaria de Viaje al Extranjero) issued on the Comisaría Virtual website; or if you are
    • a non-resident foreign national holding a valid passport from your country of origin.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Chile: Travellers arriving in Santiago should be aware that local authorities frequently move municipalities (comunas) back and forth through the quarantine Stages Plan (Paso a Paso). You should review the
    Chilean Government Paso a Paso website.
    If you are travelling from or to the airport to catch a flight from or to one of the areas under quarantine or curfew, presenting your passport and boarding pass will permit you to cross any checkpoints. Use a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permissions.
    Chilean authorities require the use of facemasks in all public spaces / public transport, including the airport. You risk a significant fine for not wearing a mask in public.
    There are 2 curfew regimes depending on the public health situation and the numbers of vaccinated residents in each region. One curfew is from 10pm to 5am and the other from midnight to 5am (regions with less of 150 active COVID-19 cases and more than 80% vaccinated residents). You should check this information with local health authorities or on the
    Ministry of Health website, which is updated daily. If you have a medical emergency or funeral during curfew times, you must
    request a permit (Salvoconducto) online.
    Be aware that if you wish to travel to Magallanes Region, you might be required to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel. You should get in contact with your transport operator.
    The Chilean government has introduced a four stage plan,
    “Plan Paso A Paso”, for managing and explaining changes in restrictions applied in different regions.
    Additional the government has introduced a special mobility pass (‘Pase de Movilidad’) for vaccinated residents in ‘comunas’ in ‘Cuarentena’ (Stage 1) and ‘Transition’ (Stage 2). You can request the ‘Pase de Movilidad’ on the
    ‘MeVacuno’ website. This will generate a QR-code after entering your personal information. This permit can only be requested 14-days after completing a full COVID-19 vaccination course in Chile (i.e. after the second dose for a two-dose course COVID-19 vaccine such as AstraZeneca, Pfizer, etc).
    The Chilean government is allowing Chileans and foreigners resident in Chile who have been vaccinated overseas to register for Chile’s Mobility Pass scheme (‘Pase de Movilidad’). You may obtain a Mobility Pass if you fulfil the eligibility criteria on the Chile Government’s MeVacuno website. More details on accepted vaccines and the process to apply for the Mobility Pass, including the documents required to validate the vaccination, is available here (in Spanish).
    From 1 November onwards, a Mobility Pass will be requested for children from age 12 and up.
    The COVID MODE Strategy should be followed in all stages and requires that you respect national/local/regional restrictions at all times: wear face masks on public transport and in: public spaces including shops and supermarkets; keep to social distancing rules; self-isolate immediately if you suspect you have been in contact with a confirmed COVID case.
    The mobility rules and permitted numbers for gatherings will vary depending on whether you hold a mobility pass (Pase de Movilidad) and the ‘Paso a Paso’ stage of the ‘comuna’:
    All rules for each ‘paso’ will apply seven days a week. There will be no prohibition of movement.
    Stage 1: Quarantine. Mobility Pass holders: free movement only within the ‘comuna’; restricted gathering capacity on funerals, weddings and religion ceremonies; outdoor exercise activities are allowed at any time. Non-Mobility Pass holders: restricted mobility; permits required for essential activity; a maximum of two a week including one only at weekends. You should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website.
    Stage 2: Transition. Quarantine remains in place at weekends and bank holidays. Mobility Pass holders: free mobility at any time; interregional travels are allowed to any other ‘comuna’; social gatherings are allowed with maximum 10 people (all Mobility Pass holders); out/indoor exercise activities are allowed. Non-Mobility Pass holders: social gatherings of no more than five people allowed inside. You should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website.
    Stage 3: Preparation. Under this stage there are no mobility restrictions within the comuna; Mobility Pass holders: free movement among comunas and interregional travel is allowed; social gathering with maximum 20 people (all Mobility Pass holders); in/outdoor exercise activities are allowed at any time. Non Mobility Pass holders: social gatherings capped at 10 people. You should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website.
    Stage 4: Initial opening. Significant step that aims to re-open certain low risk activities and to avoid crowds and physical contact. Social gatherings with no more than 40 people permitted if all are Mobility Pass holders; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 25% capacity; restaurants and cafés allowed to open to the public at 25% capacity. You should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website for more details.
    The Government’s ‘Paso a Paso’ website outlines which phase-out stage each comuna of Chile is under the heading (‘Situación Comunal’).
    In those areas under Stage 1 ‘quarantine’ you are only allowed to leave your residence under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food or medical supplies, you must get a permit from the
    Comisaria Virtual . Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish.
    Individuals that wish to pass the sanitary cordons must obtain a
    “Salvoconducto” permit and a
    “Health Passport”< /a> (“pasaporte sanitario”) (under “viajeros regionales” for residents or “viajeros regionales” for foreign visitors), at least 24 hours before.
    Information on the areas of Chile that have sanitary cordons is available on the Government’s
    ‘Plan de Acción’.
    Checkpoints for health inspections are in force at various points around Santiago and elsewhere. In addition to checking the health of persons passing through, these checkpoints will be used to confirm that specific individuals who have been ordered to quarantine by medical authorities are not violating their quarantine. You will need to get a “Health Passport” prior to travel and present it at any checkpoint.
    From 1 October a health passport (pasaporte sanitario C19) will only be required for interregional travel on public transport (plane, bus or train), and will be required by the operator. From 1 November the health passport will not be required, only the Mobility Pass will be requested.
    *Public places and services: Chilean authorities require the use of facemasks in all public spaces, irrespective of what stage of the plan ‘Paso a Paso’ the comuna is in.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.

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    01.10.2021
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    24.09.2021
  • Chile Latest News: Government announces plans to reopen borders to visitors ahead of Southern Hemisphere summer (Reuters, 15.09.2021)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry rules in response to coronavirus: From 1 October, the Chilean government’s new ‘Fronteras Protegidas’ ( Protected Borders) Plan will be in force.
    From 1 October, you will be allowed to enter Chile if you are:
    • a Chilean national or a resident foreign national; or
    • a non-resident foreign national only if you
    • hold a valid Chilean Mobility Pass ‘Pase de Movilidad’
    hold a Special Entry Permit (Salvoconducto) issued by a
    Chilean Consulate.
    or you fall into one of the ‘exceptions’ listed in Decree 102
    Borders open for travel from 1 October for those who meet entry requirements:
    • Arturo Merino Benítez airport
    • Iquique airport
    • Antofogasta airport
    *Public health measures on arrival in Chile: All travellers (including Chileans, resident and authorised non-resident foreign nationals) require a negative PCR test SARS-COV2 (rapid PCR or antigen tests will not be accepted) taken within 72-hours of boarding the flight to enter Chile. Children under 2 years old are exempt.
    Additionally, an affidavit (Declaración Jurada)
    must be completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown on arrival.
    Upon arrival, travellers may be required to undergo a PCR or antigen test, even when they can hold a negative PCR test result. All passengers are required to have their temperature taken on arrival.
    You should be aware that Chilean authorities require the use of facemasks in all public spaces, including the airport and in public transport. You risk a significant fine for not wearing a mask in public.
    All travellers arriving until 30 September (including Chileans, resident and authorised non-resident foreign nationals) must complete a mandatory 7 -day quarantine on arrival in Chile. From 1 October, this quarantine period will be reduced to 5 days for those who have a valid Chilean Mobility Pass Health authorities at Santiago Airport will require completion of a follow-up online form for 14 days from the arrival date.
    From 1 October, the Chilean government will allow all travellers (Chileans, resident foreign nationals in Chile and non-resident foreign nationals) who have been vaccinated overseas to register for Chile’s Mobility Pass scheme (‘Pase de Movilidad’). You may obtain a Mobility Pass if you fulfil the eligibility criteria on the Chile Government’s MeVacuno website. More details on accepted vaccines and the process to apply for the Mobility Pass, including the documents required to validate the vaccination, is available here (in Spanish).
    Travellers must complete mandatory quarantine at their private residence or at a hotel if they prefer. Transit hotels will no longer be an option.
    Entry and quarantine requirements for all travellers:
    • Strict quarantine in private or declared residence
    • Quarantine of 5 days for travellers with a Mobility Pass
    • Quarantine of 7 days travellers without a Mobility Pass
    • If traveller chooses to quarantine in a hotel, they cannot leave the hotel room
    All other residents at the registered quarantine address must also quarantine for the same length of time
    • Travellers must use private transportation to get to the registered address without interacting or spending the night with other.
    You should arrange to take a private test.
    For more details please contact the Chilean COVID Health-line 6003607777 option 0.
    The Chilean authorities have closed all ports to cruise liners.
    *You are allowed to leave Chile if you are:
    • a Chilean or a resident foreign national holding either
    • A valid ‘Mobility Pass’ Pase de Movilidad . Children who do not hold a ‘Mobility Pass’ may request a special permit (Autorización Extraordinaria
    de Viaje al Extranjero) on the Comisaría virtual website.
    • A special permit (Autorización Extraordinaria de Viaje al Extranjero) issued on the Comisaria Virtual website; or if
    you are
    • a non-resident foreign national holding a valid passport from your country of origin.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Chile: Travellers arriving in Santiago should be aware that local authorities frequently move municipalities (comunas) back and forth through the quarantine Stages Plan (Paso a Paso). You should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website.
    If you are travelling from or to the airport to catch a flight from or to one of the areas under quarantine or curfew, presenting your passport and boarding pass will permit you to cross any checkpoints. Use a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permissions.
    Chilean authorities require the use of facemasks in all public spaces / public transport, including the airport. You risk a significant fine for not wearing a mask in public.
    From 15 July, there will be two curfew regimes depending on the public health situation and the numbers of vaccinated residents in each region. One curfew is from 10pm to 5am and the other from midnight to 5am (regions with less of 150 active COVID-19 cases and more than 80% vaccinated residents). You should check this information with local health authorities or on the Ministry of Health website, which is updated daily. If you have a medical emergency or funeral during curfew times, you must request a permit (Salvoconducto) online.
    Be aware that if you wish to travel to Magallanes Region, you might be required to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel. You should get in contact with your transport operator.
    The Chilean government has introduced a four stage plan, “Plan Paso A Paso”, for managing and explaining changes in restrictions applied in different regions.

    Additional the government has introduced a special mobility pass (‘Pase de Movilidad’) for vaccinated residents in ‘comunas’ in ‘Cuarentena’ (Stage 1) and ‘Transition’ (Stage 2). You can request the ‘Pase de Movilidad’ on the ‘MeVacuno’ website. This will generate a QR-code after entering your personal information. This permit can only be requested 14-days after completing a full COVID-19 vaccination course in Chile (i.e. after the second dose for a two-dose course COVID-19 vaccine such as AstraZeneca, Pfizer, etc).

    From Friday 6 August 2021 onwards, the Chilean government is allowing Chileans and foreigners resident in Chile who have been vaccinated overseas to register for Chile’s Mobility Pass scheme (‘Pase de Movilidad’). You may obtain a Mobility Pass if you fulfil the eligibility criteria on the Chile Government’s MeVacuno website. More details on accepted vaccines and the process to apply for the Mobility Pass, including the documents required to validate the vaccination, is here (in Spanish).

    The COVID MODE Strategy should be followed in all stages and requires that you respect national/local/regional restrictions at all times: wear face masks on public transport and in: public spaces including shops and supermarkets; keep to social distancing rules; self-isolate immediately if you suspect you have been in contact with a confirmed COVID case.

    The mobility rules and permitted numbers for gatherings will vary depending on whether you hold a mobility pass (Pase de Movilidad) and the ‘Paso a Paso’ stage of the ‘comuna’:

    Stage 1: Quarantine. Mobility Pass holders: free movement only within the ‘comuna’; restricted gathering capacity on funerals, weddings and religion ceremonies; outdoor exercise activities are allowed at any time. Non-Mobility Pass holders: restricted mobility; permits required for essential activity; a maximum of two a week including one only at weekends; Evening curfew between 10pm to 5am social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75, except on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays between 9am to 11am for 60 minutes or between 4pm to 6pm; prohibition of movement to secondary home. Outdoor exercise activities are allowed from Monday to Friday between 5am to 9am and on weekends and bank holidays between 5am to 10am. You should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website.

    Stage 2: Transition. Quarantine remains in place at weekends and bank holidays. Mobility Pass holders: free mobility at any time; interregional travels are allowed to any other ‘comuna’; social gatherings are allowed with maximum 10 people (all Mobility Pass holders); out/indoor exercise activities are allowed. Non-Mobility Pass holders: social gatherings of no more than five people allowed inside; Evening curfew regime depends on regional health situation, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place and a prohibition on movement to other regions. Outdoor exercise activities are allowed from Monday to Friday at any time (except on curfew). On weekends and bank holidays between 5am to 10am. You should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website.

    Stage 3: Preparation. Under this stage there are no mobility restrictions within the comuna; Mobility Pass holders: free movement among comunas and interregional travel is allowed; social gathering with maximum 20 people (all Mobility Pass holders); in/outdoor exercise activities are allowed at any time. Non Mobility Pass holders: social gatherings capped at 10 people; Evening curfew regime depends on regional health situation social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; and interregional travel is only allowed to regions in Stage 3, 4 and 5. In/Outdoor activities are allowed. You should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website.

    Stage 4: Initial opening. Significant step that aims to re-open certain low risk activities and to avoid crowds and physical contact. Social gatherings with no more than 40 people permitted if all are Mobility Pass holders; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 25% capacity; restaurants and cafés allowed to open to the public at 25% capacity; Evening curfew regime depends on regional health situation , social distancing still required; pubs and clubs remain closed; Interregional travel is only allowed to regions in Stage 3 and 4. You should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website for more details.

    The Government’s ‘Paso a Paso’ website outlines which phase-out stage each comuna of Chile is under the heading (‘Situación Comunal’).
    In those areas under Stage 1 ‘quarantine’ you are only allowed to leave your residence under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food or medical supplies, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual. Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish.

    You should be aware that the ‘Pase de Movilidad’ may allow you to move freely among ‘comunas’ in Stage 1 and 2 and interregional travel between ‘comunas’ in Stage 2, 3 and 4.

    Individuals that wish to pass the sanitary cordons must obtain a “Salvoconducto” permit
    and a “Health Passport” (“pasaporte sanitario”) (under “viajeros regionales” for residents or “viajeros regionales” for foreign visitors), at least 24 hours before.

    Information on the areas of Chile that have sanitary cordons is available on the Government’s ‘Plan de Acción’.

    Checkpoints for health inspections are in force at various points around Santiago and elsewhere. In addition to checking the health of persons passing through, these checkpoints will be used to confirm that specific individuals who have been ordered to quarantine by medical authorities are not violating their quarantine. You will need to get a “Health Passport” prior to travel and present it at any checkpoint.

    *Public places and services: Chilean authorities require the use of facemasks in all public spaces, irrespective of what stage of the plan ‘Paso a Paso’ the comuna is in.

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    21.09.2021
  • Chile Latest News: Country to open borders to nationals and foreign residents that have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 on 26 July (24.07.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry rules in response to coronavirus: From 26 July, you are allowed to enter Chile if you are:
    • a Chilean national or a resident foreign national; or
    • a non-resident foreign national only if you
    • hold a Special Entry Permit (Salvoconducto) issued by a Chilean Consulate.
    • or you fall into one of the ‘exceptions’ listed in Decree 102.
    All other non-resident foreign nationals are not allowed to enter Chile until further notice.
    All travellers must comply with the following sanitary measures:
    • negative PCR test SARS-COV-2 (rapid and antigen tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago.

    an Affidavit (Declaración Jurada), completed up to 48 hours before boarding . This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. Health authorities at Santiago Airport may require completion of a follow-up email form for 14 days from the arrival date.
    • Only for Authorised Non-Resident foreign nationals: health or travel insurance that covers COVID-related medical care up to a minimum of US $30,000 for the duration of your visit
    • a mandatory 10-day quarantine from arrival date.
    You should arrange to take a private test.
    All passengers will be required to have their temperature taken on arrival.
    For more details please contact the Chilean COVID Health-line 6003607777 option 0.
    The Chilean authorities have closed all ports to cruise liners.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Chile: Travellers arriving in Santiago should be aware that local authorities frequently move municipalities (comunas) back and forth through the quarantine Stages Plan (Paso a Paso). You should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website.
    If you are travelling from or to the airport to catch a flight from or to one of the areas under quarantine or curfew, presenting your passport and boarding pass will permit you to cross any checkpoints. Use a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permissions.
    Chilean authorities require the use of facemasks in all public spaces / public transport, including the airport. You risk a significant fine for not wearing a mask in public.
    From 15 July, there will be two curfew regimes depending on the public health situation and the numbers of vaccinated residents in each region. One curfew is from 10pm to 5am and the other from midnight to 5am (regions with less of 150 active COVID-19 cases and more than 80% vaccinated residents). You should check this information with local health authorities or on the Ministry of Health website, which is updated daily. If you have a medical emergency or funeral during curfew times, you must request a permit (Salvoconducto) online.
    Be aware that if you wish to travel to Magallanes Region, you might be required to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel. You should get in contact with your transport operator.
    The Chilean government has introduced a four stage plan, “Plan Paso A Paso”, for managing and explaining changes in restrictions applied in different regions.

    Additional the government has introduced a special mobility pass (‘Pase de Movilidad’) for vaccinated residents in ‘comunas’ in ‘Cuarentena’ (Stage 1) and ‘Transition’ (Stage 2). You can request the ‘Pase de Movilidad’ on the ‘MeVacuno’ website. This will generate a QR-code after entering your personal information. This permit can only be requested 14-days after completing a full COVID-19 vaccination course in Chile (i.e. after the second dose for a two-dose course COVID-19 vaccine such as AstraZeneca, Pfizer, etc).

    From Friday 6 August 2021 onwards, the Chilean government is allowing Chileans and foreigners resident in Chile who have been vaccinated overseas to register for Chile’s Mobility Pass scheme (‘Pase de Movilidad’). You may obtain a Mobility Pass if you fulfil the eligibility criteria on the Chile Government’s MeVacuno website. More details on accepted vaccines and the process to apply for the Mobility Pass, including the documents required to validate the vaccination, is here (in Spanish).

    The COVID MODE Strategy should be followed in all stages and requires that you respect national/local/regional restrictions at all times: wear face masks on public transport and in: public spaces including shops and supermarkets; keep to social distancing rules; self-isolate immediately if you suspect you have been in contact with a confirmed COVID case.

    The mobility rules and permitted numbers for gatherings will vary depending on whether you hold a mobility pass (Pase de Movilidad) and the ‘Paso a Paso’ stage of the ‘comuna’:

    Stage 1: Quarantine. Mobility Pass holders: free movement only within the ‘comuna’; restricted gathering capacity on funerals, weddings and religion ceremonies; outdoor exercise activities are allowed at any time. Non-Mobility Pass holders: restricted mobility; permits required for essential activity; a maximum of two a week including one only at weekends; Evening curfew between 10pm to 5am social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75, except on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays between 9am to 11am for 60 minutes or between 4pm to 6pm; prohibition of movement to secondary home. Outdoor exercise activities are allowed from Monday to Friday between 5am to 9am and on weekends and bank holidays between 5am to 10am. You should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website.

    Stage 2: Transition. Quarantine remains in place at weekends and bank holidays. Mobility Pass holders: free mobility at any time; interregional travels are allowed to any other ‘comuna’; social gatherings are allowed with maximum 10 people (all Mobility Pass holders); out/indoor exercise activities are allowed. Non-Mobility Pass holders: social gatherings of no more than five people allowed inside; Evening curfew regime depends on regional health situation, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place and a prohibition on movement to other regions. Outdoor exercise activities are allowed from Monday to Friday at any time (except on curfew). On weekends and bank holidays between 5am to 10am. You should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website.

    Stage 3: Preparation. Under this stage there are no mobility restrictions within the comuna; Mobility Pass holders: free movement among comunas and interregional travel is allowed; social gathering with maximum 20 people (all Mobility Pass holders); in/outdoor exercise activities are allowed at any time. Non Mobility Pass holders: social gatherings capped at 10 people; Evening curfew regime depends on regional health situation social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; and interregional travel is only allowed to regions in Stage 3, 4 and 5. In/Outdoor activities are allowed. You should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website.

    Stage 4: Initial opening. Significant step that aims to re-open certain low risk activities and to avoid crowds and physical contact. Social gatherings with no more than 40 people permitted if all are Mobility Pass holders; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 25% capacity; restaurants and cafés allowed to open to the public at 25% capacity; Evening curfew regime depends on regional health situation , social distancing still required; pubs and clubs remain closed; Interregional travel is only allowed to regions in Stage 3 and 4. You should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website for more details.

    The Government’s ‘Paso a Paso’ website outlines which phase-out stage each comuna of Chile is under the heading (‘Situación Comunal’).
    In those areas under Stage 1 ‘quarantine’ you are only allowed to leave your residence under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food or medical supplies, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual. Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish.

    You should be aware that the ‘Pase de Movilidad’ may allow you to move freely among ‘comunas’ in Stage 1 and 2 and interregional travel between ‘comunas’ in Stage 2, 3 and 4.

    Individuals that wish to pass the sanitary cordons must obtain a “Salvoconducto” permit
    and a “Health Passport” (“pasaporte sanitario”) (under “viajeros regionales” for residents or “viajeros regionales” for foreign visitors), at least 24 hours before.

    Information on the areas of Chile that have sanitary cordons is available on the Government’s ‘Plan de Acción’.

    Checkpoints for health inspections are in force at various points around Santiago and elsewhere. In addition to checking the health of persons passing through, these checkpoints will be used to confirm that specific individuals who have been ordered to quarantine by medical authorities are not violating their quarantine. You will need to get a “Health Passport” prior to travel and present it at any checkpoint.

    *Public places and services: Chilean authorities require the use of facemasks in all public spaces, irrespective of what stage of the plan ‘Paso a Paso’ the comuna is in.

    Read more
    26.08.2021
  • Chile Latest News: Country to open borders to nationals and foreign residents that have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 on 26 July (24.07.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry rules in response to coronavirus: From 26 July, you are allowed to enter Chile if you are:
    • a Chilean national or a resident foreign national; or
    • a non-resident foreign national only if you
    • hold a Special Entry Permit (Salvoconducto) issued by a Chilean Consulate.
    • or you fall into one of the ‘exceptions’ listed in Decree 102.
    All other non-resident foreign nationals are not allowed to enter Chile until further notice.
    All travellers must comply with the following sanitary measures:
    • negative PCR test SARS-COV-2 (rapid and antigen tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago.

    an Affidavit (Declaración Jurada), completed up to 48 hours before boarding . This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. Health authorities at Santiago Airport may require completion of a follow-up email form for 14 days from the arrival date.
    • Only for Authorised Non-Resident foreign nationals: health or travel insurance that covers COVID-related medical care up to a minimum of US $30,000 for the duration of your visit
    • a mandatory 10-day quarantine from arrival date.
    You should arrange to take a private test.
    All passengers will be required to have their temperature taken on arrival.
    For more details please contact the Chilean COVID Health-line 6003607777 option 0.
    The Chilean authorities have closed all ports to cruise liners.


    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Chile: Travellers arriving in Santiago should be aware that local authorities frequently move municipalities (comunas) back and forth through the quarantine Stages Plan (Paso a Paso). You should review the
    Chilean Government Paso a Paso website .
    If you are travelling from or to the airport to catch a flight from or to one of the areas under quarantine or curfew, presenting your passport and boarding pass will permit you to cross any checkpoints. Use a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permissions.
    Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces / public transport, including the airport. You risk a significant fine for not wearing a mask in public.
    From 15 July, there will be two curfew regimes depending on the public health situation and the numbers of vaccinated residents in each region. One curfew is from 10pm to 5am and the other from midnight to 5am (regions with less of 150 active COVID-19 cases and more than 80% vaccinated residents). You should check this information with local health authorities or on the Ministry of Health website, which is updated daily. If you have a medical emergency or funeral during curfew times, you must
    request a permit (Salvoconducto) online.
    Be aware that if you wish to travel to Magallanes Region, you might be required to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel. You should get in contact with your transport operator.
    On 28 July 2020, the Chilean government introduced a five stage plan, “Plan Paso A Paso”, for managing and explaining changes in restrictions applied in different regions.
    On Wednesday 26 May 2021, the government introduced a special mobility pass (‘Pase de Movilidad’) for vaccinated residents in ‘comunas’ in ‘Cuarentena’ (Stage 1) and ‘Transition’ (Stage 2). You can request the ‘Pase de Movilidad’ on the ‘MeVacuno’ website. This will generate a QR-code after entering your personal information. This permit can only be requested 14-days after completing a full COVID-19 vaccination course in Chile (ie after the second dose for a two-dose course COVID-19 vaccine such as AstraZenica, Pfizer, etc).
    The COVID MODE Strategy should be followed in all stages and requires that you respect national/local/regional restrictions at all times: wear face masks on public transport and in: public spaces including shops and supermarkets; keep to social distancing rules; self-isolate immediately if you suspect you have been in contact with a confirmed COVID case.
    From 15 July, the mobility rules and permitted numbers for gatherings will vary depending on whether you hold a mobility pass (Pase de Movilidad) and the ‘Paso a Paso’ stage of the ‘comuna’:
    Stage 1: Quarantine. Mobility Pass holders: free movement only within the ‘comuna’; restricted gathering capacity on funerals, weddings and religion ceremonies; outdoor exercise activities are allowed at any time. Non-Mobility Pass holders: restricted mobility; permits required for essential activity; a maximum of two a week including one only at weekends; Evening curfew between 10pm to 5am social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75, except on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays between 9am to 11am for 60 minutes or between 4pm to 6pm; prohibition of movement to secondary home. Outdoor exercise activities are allowed from Monday to Friday between 5am to 9am and on weekends and bank holidays between 5am to 10am. You should review the
    Chilean Government Paso a Paso website.
    Stage 2: Transition. Quarantine remains in place at weekends and bank holidays. Mobility Pass holders: free mobility at any time; interregional travels are allowed to any other ‘comuna’; social gatherings are allowed with maximum 10 people (all Mobility Pass holders); out/indoor exercise activities are allowed. Non-Mobility Pass holders: social gatherings of no more than five people allowed inside; Evening curfew regime depends on regional health situation , social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place and a prohibition on movement to other regions. Outdoor exercise activities are allowed from Monday to Friday at any time (except on curfew). On weekends and bank holidays between 5am to 10am. You should review the
    Chilean Government Paso a Paso website.
    Stage 3: Preparation. Under this stage there are no mobility restrictions within the comuna; Mobility Pass holders: free movement among comunas and interregional travel is allowed; social gathering with maximum 20 people (all Mobility Pass holders); in/outdoor exercise activities are allowed at any time. Non Mobility Pass holders: social gatherings capped at 10 people; Evening curfew regime depends on regional health situation social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; and interregional travel is only allowed to regions in Stage 3, 4 and 5. In/Outdoor activities are allowed. You should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website.
    Stage 4: Initial opening. Significant step that aims to re-open certain low risk activities and to avoid crowds and physical contact. Social gatherings with no more than 40 people permitted if all are Mobility Pass holders; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 25% capacity; restaurants and cafés allowed to open to the public at 25% capacity; Evening curfew regime depends on regional health situation , social distancing still required; pubs and clubs remain closed; Interregional travel is only allowed to regions in Stage 3 and 4. You should review the
    Chilean Government Paso a Paso website for more details.
    The Government’s
    ‘Paso a Paso’ website outlines which phase-out stage each comuna of Chile is under the heading (‘Situación Comunal’).
    In those areas under Stage 1 ‘quarantine’ you are only allowed to leave your residence under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food or medical supplies, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual. Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish.
    You should be aware that the ‘Pase de Movilidad’ may allow you to move freely among ‘comunas’ in Stage 1 and 2 and interregional travel between ‘comunas’ in Stage 2, 3 and 4.
    Individuals that wish to pass the sanitary cordons must obtain a “Salvoconducto”permit and a “Health Passport”
    (“pasaporte sanitario”) (under “viajeros regionales” for residents or “viajeros regionales” for foreign visitors), at least 24 hours before.
    Information on the areas of Chile that have sanitary cordons is available on the Government’s
    ‘Plan de Acción’.
    Checkpoints for health inspections are in force at various points around Santiago and elsewhere. In addition to checking the health of persons passing through, these checkpoints will be used to confirm that specific individuals who have been ordered to quarantine by medical authorities are not violating their quarantine. You will need to get a
    “Health Passport” prior to travel and present it at any checkpoint.
    *Public places and services: Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces, irrespective of what stage of the quarantine phase-out a comuna is in.
    *Be prepared for your plans to change: No travel is risk-free during COVID. Countries may further restrict travel or bring in new rules at short notice, for example due to a new COVID-19 variant. Check with your travel company or airline for any transport changes which may delay your journey home.
    If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.
    Plan ahead and make sure you: can access money; understand what your insurance will cover; can make arrangements to extend your stay and be away for longer than planned.
    *Public health measures on arrival in Chile: All travellers (including Chileans, resident and authorised non-resident foreign nationals) require a negative PCR test SARS-COV2 (rapid PCR or antigen tests will not be accepted) taken within 72-hours of boarding the flight to enter Chile.
    Additionally, an affidavit (Declaración Jurada) must be completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown on arrival. See Entry Requirements.
    Upon arrival, travellers may be required to undergo a PCR or antigen test, even when they can hold a negative PCR test result. All passengers are required to have their temperature taken on arrival.
    You should be aware that Chilean authorities require the use of facemasks in all public spaces, including the airport and in public transport. You risk a significant fine for not wearing a mask in public.
    All travellers (including Chileans, resident and non-resident foreign nationals) must complete a mandatory 10-day quarantine on arrival in Chile and health authorities at Santiago Airport will require completion of a follow-up email form for 14 days from the arrival date.
    From Friday 6 August 2021 onwards, the Chilean government is allowing Chileans and foreigners resident in Chile who have been vaccinated overseas to register for Chile’s Mobility Pass scheme (‘Pase de Movilidad’). You may obtain a Mobility Pass if you fulfil the eligibility criteria on the Chile Government’s MeVacuno website
    . More details on accepted vaccines and the process to apply for the Mobility Pass, including the documents required to validate the vaccination, is available here (in Spanish).
    Travellers must complete mandatory quarantine at their private residence or at a ‘transit’ hotel depending on their circumstances.
    At private residences: only travellers holding a valid ‘Mobility Pass’ (Pase de Movilidad) and families with under age children. The latter group must provide the same address for all family members.
    • all travellers must use private transportation to get to the registered address directly within a 5-hour maximum. You are allowed to take taxis and shuttles (not sharing beyond your traveller group) that are Santiago Airport affiliated. You should be aware that the use of shared public transport, including buses, train and planes is prohibited.
    • all other residents at the registered quarantine address must also quarantine for 10 days, along with the travellers.
    all the residents details at the quarantine address must also be registered in the affidavit (Declaración jurada) prior to entry. See Entry requirements.
    At transit hotel (Hotel de tránsito): Obligatory for adults who do not hold a valid Mobility Pass at the time of entry.
    • Travellers holding a Mobility Pass who do not have a quarantine address within 5 hours travelling time in private transport.
    You can book a transit hotel on the affidavit (Declaracion Jurada)
    you must complete prior to your departure to Chile.
    • The cost of the stay in a transit hotel must be paid by the traveller, even if you left Chile before 28 March.
    • Travellers will be transferred to the chosen transit hotel by the health authorities (SEREMI) at the airport.
    Authorised non-resident foreigners who have been vaccinated overseas cannot apply for a Mobility Pass and must quarantine in a transit hotel.
    Please note that Chilean authorities may make surprise checks at your quarantine residence to ensure compliance. They may also request you to carry out further tests during the quarantine period and if positive, they will require you to isolate in a transit hotel.
    Check the Santiago Airport official website (in English) for further information.
    If you plan to return to the UK, make sure you have not overstayed on your Chilean visa – this could affect your departure. If you have any concerns about visa renewal, visit the Chilean Immigration Office website for further information.

    Read more
    11.08.2021
  • Chile Latest News: Country to open borders to nationals and foreign residents that have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 on 26 July (24.07.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry rules in response to coronavirus: From 26 July, you are allowed to enter Chile if you are:
    • a Chilean national or a resident foreign national; or
    • a non-resident foreign national only if you
    • hold a Special Entry Permit (Salvoconducto) issued by a Chilean Consulate.
    • or you fall into one of the ‘exceptions’ listed in Decree 102.
    All other non-resident foreign nationals are not allowed to enter Chile until further notice.
    All travellers must comply with the following sanitary measures:
    • negative PCR test SARS-COV-2 (rapid and antigen tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago.

    an Affidavit (Declaración Jurada), completed up to 48 hours before boarding . This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. Health authorities at Santiago Airport may require completion of a follow-up email form for 14 days from the arrival date.
    • Only for Authorised Non-Resident foreign nationals: health or travel insurance that covers COVID-related medical care up to a minimum of US $30,000 for the duration of your visit
    • a mandatory 10-day quarantine from arrival date.
    You should arrange to take a private test.
    All passengers will be required to have their temperature taken on arrival.
    For more details please contact the Chilean COVID Health-line 6003607777 option 0.
    The Chilean authorities have closed all ports to cruise liners.


    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Chile: Travellers arriving in Santiago should be aware that local authorities frequently move municipalities (comunas) back and forth through the quarantine Stages Plan (Paso a Paso). You should review the
    Chilean Government Paso a Paso website .
    If you are travelling from or to the airport to catch a flight from or to one of the areas under quarantine or curfew, presenting your passport and boarding pass will permit you to cross any checkpoints. Use a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permissions.
    Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces / public transport, including the airport. You risk a significant fine for not wearing a mask in public.
    From 15 July, there will be two curfew regimes depending on the public health situation and the numbers of vaccinated residents in each region. One curfew is from 10pm to 5am and the other from midnight to 5am (regions with less of 150 active COVID-19 cases and more than 80% vaccinated residents). You should check this information with local health authorities or on the Ministry of Health website, which is updated daily. If you have a medical emergency or funeral during curfew times, you must
    request a permit (Salvoconducto) online.
    Be aware that if you wish to travel to Magallanes Region, you might be required to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel. You should get in contact with your transport operator.
    On 28 July 2020, the Chilean government introduced a five stage plan, “Plan Paso A Paso”, for managing and explaining changes in restrictions applied in different regions.
    On Wednesday 26 May 2021, the government introduced a special mobility pass (‘Pase de Movilidad’) for vaccinated residents in ‘comunas’ in ‘Cuarentena’ (Stage 1) and ‘Transition’ (Stage 2). You can request the ‘Pase de Movilidad’ on the ‘MeVacuno’ website. This will generate a QR-code after entering your personal information. This permit can only be requested 14-days after completing a full COVID-19 vaccination course in Chile (ie after the second dose for a two-dose course COVID-19 vaccine such as AstraZenica, Pfizer, etc).
    The COVID MODE Strategy should be followed in all stages and requires that you respect national/local/regional restrictions at all times: wear face masks on public transport and in: public spaces including shops and supermarkets; keep to social distancing rules; self-isolate immediately if you suspect you have been in contact with a confirmed COVID case.
    From 15 July, the mobility rules and permitted numbers for gatherings will vary depending on whether you hold a mobility pass (Pase de Movilidad) and the ‘Paso a Paso’ stage of the ‘comuna’:
    Stage 1: Quarantine. Mobility Pass holders: free movement only within the ‘comuna’; restricted gathering capacity on funerals, weddings and religion ceremonies; outdoor exercise activities are allowed at any time. Non-Mobility Pass holders: restricted mobility; permits required for essential activity; a maximum of two a week including one only at weekends; Evening curfew between 10pm to 5am social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75, except on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays between 9am to 11am for 60 minutes or between 4pm to 6pm; prohibition of movement to secondary home. Outdoor exercise activities are allowed from Monday to Friday between 5am to 9am and on weekends and bank holidays between 5am to 10am. You should review the
    Chilean Government Paso a Paso website.
    Stage 2: Transition. Quarantine remains in place at weekends and bank holidays. Mobility Pass holders: free mobility at any time; interregional travels are allowed to any other ‘comuna’; social gatherings are allowed with maximum 10 people (all Mobility Pass holders); out/indoor exercise activities are allowed. Non-Mobility Pass holders: social gatherings of no more than five people allowed inside; Evening curfew regime depends on regional health situation , social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place and a prohibition on movement to other regions. Outdoor exercise activities are allowed from Monday to Friday at any time (except on curfew). On weekends and bank holidays between 5am to 10am. You should review the
    Chilean Government Paso a Paso website.
    Stage 3: Preparation. Under this stage there are no mobility restrictions within the comuna; Mobility Pass holders: free movement among comunas and interregional travel is allowed; social gathering with maximum 20 people (all Mobility Pass holders); in/outdoor exercise activities are allowed at any time. Non Mobility Pass holders: social gatherings capped at 10 people; Evening curfew regime depends on regional health situation social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; and interregional travel is only allowed to regions in Stage 3, 4 and 5. In/Outdoor activities are allowed. You should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website.
    Stage 4: Initial opening. Significant step that aims to re-open certain low risk activities and to avoid crowds and physical contact. Social gatherings with no more than 40 people permitted if all are Mobility Pass holders; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 25% capacity; restaurants and cafés allowed to open to the public at 25% capacity; Evening curfew regime depends on regional health situation , social distancing still required; pubs and clubs remain closed; Interregional travel is only allowed to regions in Stage 3 and 4. You should review the
    Chilean Government Paso a Paso website for more details.
    The Government’s
    ‘Paso a Paso’ website outlines which phase-out stage each comuna of Chile is under the heading (‘Situación Comunal’).
    In those areas under Stage 1 ‘quarantine’ you are only allowed to leave your residence under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food or medical supplies, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual. Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish.
    You should be aware that the ‘Pase de Movilidad’ may allow you to move freely among ‘comunas’ in Stage 1 and 2 and interregional travel between ‘comunas’ in Stage 2, 3 and 4.
    Individuals that wish to pass the sanitary cordons must obtain a “Salvoconducto”permit and a “Health Passport”
    (“pasaporte sanitario”) (under “viajeros regionales” for residents or “viajeros regionales” for foreign visitors), at least 24 hours before.
    Information on the areas of Chile that have sanitary cordons is available on the Government’s
    ‘Plan de Acción’.
    Checkpoints for health inspections are in force at various points around Santiago and elsewhere. In addition to checking the health of persons passing through, these checkpoints will be used to confirm that specific individuals who have been ordered to quarantine by medical authorities are not violating their quarantine. You will need to get a
    “Health Passport” prior to travel and present it at any checkpoint.
    *Public places and services: Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces, irrespective of what stage of the quarantine phase-out a comuna is in.
    *Be prepared for your plans to change: No travel is risk-free during COVID. Countries may further restrict travel or bring in new rules at short notice, for example due to a new COVID-19 variant. Check with your travel company or airline for any transport changes which may delay your journey home.
    If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.
    Plan ahead and make sure you: can access money; understand what your insurance will cover; can make arrangements to extend your stay and be away for longer than planned

    Read more
    28.07.2021
  • Chile Latest News: Country to open borders to nationals and foreign residents that have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 on 26 July (24.07.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry rules in response to coronavirus: From 26 July, you are allowed to enter Chile if you are:
    • a Chilean national or a resident foreign national; or
    • a non-resident foreign national only if you
    • hold a Special Entry Permit (Salvoconducto) issued by a Chilean Consulate.
    • or you fall into one of the ‘exceptions’ listed in Decree 102.
    All other non-resident foreign nationals are not allowed to enter Chile until further notice.
    All travellers must comply with the following sanitary measures:
    • negative PCR test SARS-COV-2 (rapid and antigen tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago.

    an Affidavit (Declaración Jurada), completed up to 48 hours before boarding . This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. Health authorities at Santiago Airport may require completion of a follow-up email form for 14 days from the arrival date.
    • Only for Authorised Non-Resident foreign nationals: health or travel insurance that covers COVID-related medical care up to a minimum of US $30,000 for the duration of your visit
    • a mandatory 10-day quarantine from arrival date.
    You should arrange to take a private test.
    All passengers will be required to have their temperature taken on arrival.
    For more details please contact the Chilean COVID Health-line 6003607777 option 0.
    The Chilean authorities have closed all ports to cruise liners.


    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Chile: Travellers arriving in Santiago should be aware that local authorities frequently move municipalities (comunas) back and forth through the quarantine Stages Plan (Paso a Paso). You should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website.
    If you are travelling from or to the airport to catch a flight from or to one of the areas under quarantine or curfew, presenting your passport and boarding pass will permit you to cross any checkpoints. Use a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permissions.
    Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces / public transport, including the airport. You risk a significant fine for not wearing a mask in public.
    From 15 July, there will be two curfew regimes depending on the public health situation and the numbers of vaccinated residents in each region. One curfew is from 10pm to 5am and the other from midnight to 5am (regions with less of 150 active COVID-19 cases and more than 80% vaccinated residents). You should check this information with local health authorities or on the Ministry of Health website, which is updated daily. If you have a medical emergency or funeral during curfew times, you must request a permit (Salvoconducto) online .
    Be aware that if you wish to travel to Magallanes Region, you might be required to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel. You should get in contact with your transport operator.
    On 28 July 2020, the Chilean government introduced a five stage plan, “Plan Paso A Paso”, for managing and explaining changes in restrictions applied in different regions.
    On Wednesday 26 May 2021, the government introduced a special mobility pass (‘Pase de Movilidad’) for vaccinated residents in ‘comunas’ in ‘Cuarentena’ (Stage 1) and ‘Transition’ (Stage 2). You can request the ‘Pase de Movilidad’ on the ‘MeVacuno’ website. This will generate a QR-code after entering your personal information. This permit can only be requested 14-days after completing a full COVID-19 vaccination course in Chile (ie after the second dose for a two-dose course COVID-19 vaccine such as AstraZenica, Pfizer, etc).
    The COVID MODE Strategy should be followed in all stages and requires that you respect national/local/regional restrictions at all times: wear face masks on public transport and in: public spaces including shops and supermarkets; keep to social distancing rules; self-isolate immediately if you suspect you have been in contact with a confirmed COVID case.
    From 15 July, the mobility rules and permitted numbers for gatherings will vary depending on whether you hold a mobility pass (Pase de Movilidad) and the ‘Paso a Paso’ stage of the ‘comuna’:
    Stage 1: Quarantine. Mobility Pass holders: free movement only within the ‘comuna’; restricted gathering capacity on funerals, weddings and religion ceremonies; outdoor exercise activities are allowed at any time. Non-Mobility Pass holders: restricted mobility; permits required for essential activity; a maximum of two a week including one only at weekends; Evening curfew between 10pm to 5am social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75, except on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays between 9am to 11am for 60 minutes or between 4pm to 6pm; prohibition of movement to secondary home. Outdoor exercise activities are allowed from Monday to Friday between 5am to 9am and on weekends and bank holidays between 5am to 10am. You should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website.
    Stage 2: Transition. Quarantine remains in place at weekends and bank holidays. Mobility Pass holders: free mobility at any time; interregional travels are allowed to any other ‘comuna’; social gatherings are allowed with maximum 10 people (all Mobility Pass holders); out/indoor exercise activities are allowed. Non-Mobility Pass holders: social gatherings of no more than five people allowed inside; Evening curfew regime depends on regional health situation , social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place and a prohibition on movement to other regions. Outdoor exercise activities are allowed from Monday to Friday at any time (except on curfew). On weekends and bank holidays between 5am to 10am. You should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website.

    Stage 3: Preparation. Under this stage there are no mobility restrictions within the comuna; Mobility Pass holders: free movement among comunas and interregional travel is allowed; social gathering with maximum 20 people (all Mobility Pass holders); in/outdoor exercise activities are allowed at any time. Non Mobility Pass holders: social gatherings capped at 10 people; Evening curfew regime depends on regional health situation social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; and interregional travel is only allowed to regions in Stage 3, 4 and 5. In/Outdoor activities are allowed. You should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website.
    Stage 4: Initial opening. Significant step that aims to re-open certain low risk activities and to avoid crowds and physical contact. Social gatherings with no more than 40 people permitted if all are Mobility Pass holders; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 25% capacity; restaurants and cafés allowed to open to the public at 25% capacity; Evening curfew regime depends on regional health situation , social distancing still required; pubs and clubs remain closed; Interregional travel is only allowed to regions in Stage 3 and 4. You should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website for more details.
    The Government’s ‘Paso a Paso’ website outlines which phase-out stage each comuna of Chile is under the heading (‘Situación Comunal’).
    In those areas under Stage 1 ‘quarantine’ you are only allowed to leave your residence under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food or medical supplies, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual. Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish.
    You should be aware that the ‘Pase de Movilidad’ may allow you to move freely among ‘comunas’ in Stage 1 and 2 and interregional travel between ‘comunas’ in Stage 2, 3 and 4. This permit will not allow you to travel abroad.
    Individuals that wish to pass the sanitary cordons must obtain a “Salvoconducto” permit
    and a “Health Passport” (“pasaporte sanitario”) (under “viajeros regionales” for residents or “viajeros regionales” for foreign visitors), at least 24 hours before.
    Information on the areas of Chile that have sanitary cordons is available on the Government’s ‘Plan de Acción’ .
    Checkpoints for health inspections are in force at various points around Santiago and elsewhere. In addition to checking the health of persons passing through, these checkpoints will be used to confirm that specific individuals who have been ordered to quarantine by medical authorities are not violating their quarantine. You will need to get a “Health Passport” prior to travel and present it at any checkpoint.
    *Public places and services: Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces, irrespective of what stage of the quarantine phase-out a comuna is in.

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    25.07.2021
  • Chile Latest News: Government will lift lockdown restrictions in Santiago Metropolitan Region, other towns on 8 July (Xinhua, 06.07.2021). Borders will remain closed until 30 June in bid to contain COVID-19 (US Embassy, 08.06.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry rules in response to coronavirus: Entry prohibited to all non-resident foreign nationals who in the last 14 days have been in the United Kingdom or any other country with community transmission of SARS-CoV-2 or cases caused by variants of concern, as determined by the World Health Organisation
    Upon arrival in Chile, all travellers will have to undergo a PCR or antigen test, even when passengers can present a negative PCR test result.
    Chilean authorities are currently prohibiting all non-essential overseas travel to Chileans and resident foreign nationals. There will be some exceptions that must be requested via Comisaria Virtual website.
    Direct Chile-UK flights have been suspended until further notice.
    From 31 March, all travellers (including Chileans, resident and non-resident foreign nationals) must complete a mandatory 10-day quarantine on arrival in Chile. This can be shortened 5 days once the passenger has undergone a PCR test with a negative result.
    Travellers will be transferred to a ‘transitory’ hotel or hotel authorised by SEREMI (Chilean health authority), and will need to take a PCR test. They must remain there for five days. After staying at the hotel for five days and having obtained a negative PCR test result, passengers are allowed to leave the hotel to continue to their final destination.
    If the PCR test result is positive, the passenger will have to remain in a ‘Residencia Sanitaria’ (quarantine hotel). All costs related to transfer, transitory hotel, quarantine hotel and PCR test may be charged to the passenger prior to boarding the flight to Chile when filling in the ‘Pasaporte Sanitario’ or on arrival in Chile.
    Check the Santiago Airport official website (in English) for further information.
    Additionally, any traveller who tests positive for COVID within the first 14 days from arrival must complete a further period of 11 days in a quarantine hotel.
    From 7 January 2021, all travellers (including Chileans, resident and non-resident foreign nationals) require a negative PCR test (rapid PCR tests will not be accepted) taken within 72-hours of boarding the flight to enter Chile. The mandatory 10-day quarantine will remain in place.
    *Non-resident foreign nationals: Entry prohibited to all non-resident foreign nationals who in the last 14 days have been in the United Kingdom or any other country with community transmission of SARS-CoV-2 or cases caused by variants of concern, as determined by the World Health Organisation.
    You may be allowed to enter Chile if you have a special permit or visa issued by a
    Chilean Consulate. Travellers must comply with the following sanitary measures:
    • negative PCR test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago
    a declaration form
    Pasaporte Sanitario, completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. Health authorities at Santiago Airport may require completion of a follow-up email form for 14 days from the arrival date
    • health or travel insurance that covers COVID-related medical care up to a minimum of US $30,000 for the duration of your visit
    since 31 December, a mandatory 10-day quarantine from arrival date.
    *Chileans and resident foreign nationals:
    • from 7 January 2021 a negative PCR test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken no more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago)
    a declaration form ‘Pasaporte Sanitario’ , completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry.Health authorities at Santiago Airport may require completion of a follow-up email form for 14 days from the arrival date.
    Please confirm additional requirements with your airline. A declaration form
    Pasaporte Sanitario, must be completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. You should arrange to take a private test.
    All passengers will be required to have their temperature taken on arrival.
    For more details please contact the Chilean COVID Health-line 6003607777 option 0.
    The Chilean authorities have closed all ports to cruise liners.


    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Chile: Travellers arriving in Santiago should be aware that local authorities frequently move municipalities (comunas) back and forth through the quarantine Stages Plan (Paso a Paso). You should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website.
    If you are travelling from or to the airport to catch a flight from or to one of the areas under quarantine or curfew, presenting your passport and boarding pass will permit you to cross any checkpoints. Use a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permissions.
    Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces / public transport, including the airport. You risk a significant fine for not wearing a mask in public.
    From 15 July, there will be two curfew regimes depending on the public health situation and the numbers of vaccinated residents in each region. One curfew is from 10pm to 5am and the other from midnight to 5am (regions with less of 150 active COVID-19 cases and more than 80% vaccinated residents). You should check this information with local health authorities or on the Ministry of Health website, which is updated daily. If you have a medical emergency or funeral during curfew times, you must request a permit (Salvoconducto) online .
    Be aware that if you wish to travel to Magallanes Region, you might be required to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel. You should get in contact with your transport operator.
    On 28 July 2020, the Chilean government introduced a five stage plan, “Plan Paso A Paso”, for managing and explaining changes in restrictions applied in different regions.
    On Wednesday 26 May 2021, the government introduced a special mobility pass (‘Pase de Movilidad’) for vaccinated residents in ‘comunas’ in ‘Cuarentena’ (Stage 1) and ‘Transition’ (Stage 2). You can request the ‘Pase de Movilidad’ on the ‘MeVacuno’ website. This will generate a QR-code after entering your personal information. This permit can only be requested 14-days after completing a full COVID-19 vaccination course in Chile (ie after the second dose for a two-dose course COVID-19 vaccine such as AstraZenica, Pfizer, etc).
    The COVID MODE Strategy should be followed in all stages and requires that you respect national/local/regional restrictions at all times: wear face masks on public transport and in: public spaces including shops and supermarkets; keep to social distancing rules; self-isolate immediately if you suspect you have been in contact with a confirmed COVID case.
    From 15 July, the mobility rules and permitted numbers for gatherings will vary depending on whether you hold a mobility pass (Pase de Movilidad) and the ‘Paso a Paso’ stage of the ‘comuna’:
    Stage 1: Quarantine. Mobility Pass holders: free movement only within the ‘comuna’; restricted gathering capacity on funerals, weddings and religion ceremonies; outdoor exercise activities are allowed at any time. Non-Mobility Pass holders: restricted mobility; permits required for essential activity; a maximum of two a week including one only at weekends; Evening curfew between 10pm to 5am social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75, except on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays between 9am to 11am for 60 minutes or between 4pm to 6pm; prohibition of movement to secondary home. Outdoor exercise activities are allowed from Monday to Friday between 5am to 9am and on weekends and bank holidays between 5am to 10am. You should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website.
    Stage 2: Transition. Quarantine remains in place at weekends and bank holidays. Mobility Pass holders: free mobility at any time; interregional travels are allowed to any other ‘comuna’; social gatherings are allowed with maximum 10 people (all Mobility Pass holders); out/indoor exercise activities are allowed. Non-Mobility Pass holders: social gatherings of no more than five people allowed inside; Evening curfew regime depends on regional health situation , social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place and a prohibition on movement to other regions. Outdoor exercise activities are allowed from Monday to Friday at any time (except on curfew). On weekends and bank holidays between 5am to 10am. You should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website.

    Stage 3: Preparation. Under this stage there are no mobility restrictions within the comuna; Mobility Pass holders: free movement among comunas and interregional travel is allowed; social gathering with maximum 20 people (all Mobility Pass holders); in/outdoor exercise activities are allowed at any time. Non Mobility Pass holders: social gatherings capped at 10 people; Evening curfew regime depends on regional health situation social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; and interregional travel is only allowed to regions in Stage 3, 4 and 5. In/Outdoor activities are allowed. You should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website.
    Stage 4: Initial opening. Significant step that aims to re-open certain low risk activities and to avoid crowds and physical contact. Social gatherings with no more than 40 people permitted if all are Mobility Pass holders; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 25% capacity; restaurants and cafés allowed to open to the public at 25% capacity; Evening curfew regime depends on regional health situation , social distancing still required; pubs and clubs remain closed; Interregional travel is only allowed to regions in Stage 3 and 4. You should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website for more details.
    The Government’s ‘Paso a Paso’ website outlines which phase-out stage each comuna of Chile is under the heading (‘Situación Comunal’).
    In those areas under Stage 1 ‘quarantine’ you are only allowed to leave your residence under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food or medical supplies, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual. Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish.
    You should be aware that the ‘Pase de Movilidad’ may allow you to move freely among ‘comunas’ in Stage 1 and 2 and interregional travel between ‘comunas’ in Stage 2, 3 and 4. This permit will not allow you to travel abroad.
    Individuals that wish to pass the sanitary cordons must obtain a “Salvoconducto” permit
    and a “Health Passport” (“pasaporte sanitario”) (under “viajeros regionales” for residents or “viajeros regionales” for foreign visitors), at least 24 hours before.
    Information on the areas of Chile that have sanitary cordons is available on the Government’s ‘Plan de Acción’ .
    Checkpoints for health inspections are in force at various points around Santiago and elsewhere. In addition to checking the health of persons passing through, these checkpoints will be used to confirm that specific individuals who have been ordered to quarantine by medical authorities are not violating their quarantine. You will need to get a “Health Passport” prior to travel and present it at any checkpoint.
    *Public places and services: Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces, irrespective of what stage of the quarantine phase-out a comuna is in.

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    14.07.2021
  • Chile Latest News: Borders will remain closed until 30 June in bid to contain COVID-19 (US Embassy, 08.06.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry rules in response to coronavirus: Entry prohibited to all non-resident foreign nationals who in the last 14 days have been in the United Kingdom or any other country with community transmission of SARS-CoV-2 or cases caused by variants of concern, as determined by the World Health Organisation.
    Upon arrival in Chile, all travellers will have to undergo a PCR or antigen test, even when passengers can present a negative PCR test result.
    Chilean authorities are currently prohibiting all non-essential overseas travel to Chileans and resident foreign nationals. There will be some exceptions that must be requested via Comisaria Virtual website.
    Direct Chile-UK flights have been suspended until further notice.
    From 31 March, all travellers (including Chileans, resident and non-resident foreign nationals) must complete a mandatory 10-day quarantine on arrival in Chile. This can be shortened 5 days once the passenger has undergone a PCR test with a negative result.
    Travellers will be transferred to a ‘transitory’ hotel or hotel authorised by SEREMI (Chilean health authority), and will need to take a PCR test. They must remain there for five days. After staying at the hotel for five days and having obtained a negative PCR test result, passengers are allowed to leave the hotel to continue to their final destination.
    If the PCR test result is positive, the passenger will have to remain in a ‘Residencia Sanitaria’ (quarantine hotel). All costs related to transfer, transitory hotel, quarantine hotel and PCR test may be charged to the passenger prior to boarding the flight to Chile when filling in the ‘Pasaporte Sanitario’ or on arrival in Chile.
    Check the Santiago Airport official website (in English) for further information.
    Additionally, any traveller who tests positive for COVID within the first 14 days from arrival must complete a further period of 11 days in a quarantine hotel.
    From 7 January 2021, all travellers (including Chileans, resident and non-resident foreign nationals) require a negative PCR test (rapid PCR tests will not be accepted) taken within 72-hours of boarding the flight to enter Chile. The mandatory 10-day quarantine will remain in place.
    *Non-resident foreign nationals: Entry prohibited to all non-resident foreign nationals who in the last 14 days have been in the United Kingdom or any other country with community transmission of SARS-CoV-2 or cases caused by variants of concern, as determined by the World Health Organisation.
    You may be allowed to enter Chile if you have a special permit or visa issued by a
    Chilean Consulate. Travellers must comply with the following sanitary measures:
    • negative PCR test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago
    a declaration form
    Pasaporte Sanitario, completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. Health authorities at Santiago Airport may require completion of a follow-up email form for 14 days from the arrival date
    • health or travel insurance that covers COVID-related medical care up to a minimum of US $30,000 for the duration of your visit
    since 31 December, a mandatory 10-day quarantine from arrival date.
    *Chileans and resident foreign nationals:
    • from 7 January 2021 a negative PCR test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken no more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago)
    a declaration form ‘Pasaporte Sanitario’ , completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry.Health authorities at Santiago Airport may require completion of a follow-up email form for 14 days from the arrival date.
    Please confirm additional requirements with your airline. A declaration form
    Pasaporte Sanitario, must be completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. You should arrange to take a private test.
    All passengers will be required to have their temperature taken on arrival.
    For more details please contact the Chilean COVID Health-line 6003607777 option 0.
    The Chilean authorities have closed all ports to cruise liners.


    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Chile: Travellers arriving in Santiago should be aware that local authorities frequently move municipalities (comunas) back and forth through the quarantine Stages Plan (Paso a Paso). You should review the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website.
    If you are travelling from or to the airport to catch a flight from or to one of the areas under quarantine or curfew, presenting your passport and boarding pass will permit you to cross any checkpoints. Use a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permissions. Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces / public transport, including the airport. You risk a significant fine for not wearing a mask in public.
    Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces / public transport, including the airport. You risk a significant fine for not wearing a mask in public.
    Quarantine orders and sanitary cordons are in place in Santiago and in other parts of the country. There is currently a nationwide curfew between 10pm and 5am, seven days a week. If you have a medical emergency or funeral during curfew times, you must request a permit (Salvoconducto) online.
    Be aware that if you wish to travel to Magallanes Region, you might be required to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel. You should get in contact with your transport operator.
    On 28 July 2020, the Chilean government introduced a five stage plan, “Plano Paso A Paso”, for managing and explaining changes in restrictions applied in different regions. The rules on mobility in each stage are as follows:
    Stage 1: Quarantine. Restricted mobility; permits required for essential activity; a maximum of two a week including one only at weekends; Evening curfew between 10pm to 5am social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75, except on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays between 9am to 11am for 60 minutes or between 4pm to 6pm; prohibition of movement to secondary home. Outdoor exercise activities are allowed from Monday to Friday between 5am to 9am and on weekends and bank holidays between 5am to 10am.
    Stage 2: Transition. Quarantine remains in place at weekends and bank holidays social gatherings of no more than five people allowed inside; Evening curfew between 10pm to 5am, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place and a prohibition on movement to other regions. Outdoor exercise activities are allowed from Monday to Friday at any time (except on curfew). On weekends and bank holidays between 5am to 10am.
    Stage 3: Preparation. Under this stage there are no mobility restrictions within the comuna; social gatherings capped at 15 people; Evening curfew between 10pm to 5am social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; and interregional travel is only allowed to regions in Stage 3, 4 and 5. In/Outdoor activities are allowed.
    Stage 4:Initial opening. Significant step that aims to re-open certain low risk activities and to avoid crowds and physical contact. Establishment of a new way of living: COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 30 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 25% capacity; restaurants and cafés allowed to open to the public at 25% capacity; Evening curfew between 10pm to 5am (from 5 April), social distancing still required; pubs and clubs remain closed; over 75’s allowed to leave their homes for 60 minutes per day; Interregional travel is only allowed to regions in Stage 3, 4 and 5.
    Stage 5: Advanced opening. This step relies on the population becoming accustomed to activities in COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 150 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 75% capacity; gyms, pubs and clubs can function at 50% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments. Social distancing of 1 metre; free movement for those over 75 and movement to secondary homes allowed.
    The Government’s‘Paso a Paso’ website outlines which phase-out stage each comuna of Chile is under the heading (‘Situación Comunal’).
    In those areas under Stage 1 ‘quarantine’ you are only allowed to leave your residence under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food or medical supplies, you must get a permit from theComisaria Virtual . Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish.
    From Wednesday 26 May, the government has introduced a special mobility pass (‘Pase de Movilidad’) for residents in comunas in ‘Cuarentena’ (Stage 1) and ‘Transition’ (Stage 2). You can request the ‘Pase de Movilidad’ on the ‘MeVacuno’ website. This will generate a QR-code after entering your personal information. This permit can only be requested 14-days after completing a full COVID-19 vaccination course (ie after the second dose for a two-dose course COVID-19 vaccine such as AstraZenica, Pfizer, etc).
    You should be aware that the ‘Pase de Movilidad’ may allow you to move freely among ‘comunas’ in Stage 1 and 2 and interregional travel between ‘comunas’ in Stage 2, 3 and 4. This permit will not allow you to travel abroad.
    Individuals that wish to pass the sanitary cordons must obtain a “Salvoconducto” permit
    and a “Health Passport” (“pasaporte sanitario”) (under “viajeros regionales” for residents or “viajeros regionales” for foreign visitors), at least 24 hours before.
    Information on the areas of Chile that have sanitary cordons is available on the Government’s ‘Plan de Acción’.
    Checkpoints for health inspections are in force at various points around Santiago and elsewhere. In addition to checking the health of persons passing through, these checkpoints will be used to confirm that specific individuals who have been ordered to quarantine by medical authorities are not violating their quarantine. You will need to get a “Health Passport” prior to travel and present it at any checkpoint.
    *Public places and services: Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces, irrespective of what stage of the quarantine phase-out a comuna is in.

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    28.06.2021
  • Chile Latest News: Chile: Government closes borders, all international flights suspended from 5 April because of surge in COVID-19 cases (Simple Flying, 02.04.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry rules in response to coronavirus: Since 5 April, all non-resident foreign nationals are not permitted to enter Chile. The only exception is for non-resident foreign nationals with specific permits or visas issued by a Chilean Consulate allowing you to enter during this specific period. The Chilean authorities will reassess this restriction at the end of May. See Coronavirus. Additionally, since 5 April at 5am, all Chilean borders (including Santiago Airport) are closed and Chilean authorities are currently prohibiting all non-essential overseas travel to Chileans and resident foreign nationals. There will be some exceptions that must be requested via the Comisaria Virtual website.
    All non-resident foreign nationals – who have been in the United Kingdom during the last 14 days – are not currently permitted to enter Chile. Direct UK-Chile flights have been suspended until further notice. See Coronavirus.
    From 31 March at 5am, all travellers (including Chileans, resident and non-resident foreign nationals) must complete a mandatory 10-day quarantine on arrival in Chile. This cannot be avoided under any circumstances, such as with a proof of C19 vaccine. You will not be able to leave quarantine early with a negative PCR.
    All travellers will be transferred to a ‘transitory’ hotel, and will have to take a PCR test. They must remain there for five days. After staying at the ‘transitory’ hotel for five days and having obtained a negative PCR test result, passengers are allowed to leave the ‘transitory’ hotel to continue to their final destination where they will have to complete the remaining five-day of quarantine. If the PCR test result is positive, the passenger will have to remain in a ‘Residencia Sanitaria’ (quarantine hotel). All costs related to transfer, transitory hotel, quarantine hotel and PCR test may be charged to the passenger prior to boarding the flight to Chile when filling in the ‘Pasaporte Sanitario’ or on arrival in Chile. Check the Santiago Airport official website (in English) for further information.
    From Thursday, 25 March at 5am to 31 March at 5am, all travellers (including Chileans, resident and non-resident foreign nationals) must complete a mandatory 10-day quarantine on arrival in Chile. There is no way to shorten this, even with a negative PCR test result.
    Additionally, any traveller who tests positive for COVID within the first 14 days from arrival must complete a further period of 11 days in a quarantine hotel. Furthermore, any traveller at an arrival point in Chile who presents one or two COVID symptoms will have to enter a quarantine hotel until local health authorities give the all clear. From 7 January 2021, all travellers (including Chileans, resident and non-resident foreign nationals) require a negative PCR test (rapid PCR tests will not be accepted) taken within 72-hours of boarding the flight to enter Chile. The mandatory 10-day quarantine will remain in place.
    From 11 March 2021, all passengers arriving from Brazil, or who have visited Brazil during the last 14 days, will be transferred to a ‘transitory’ hotel, and will have to take a PCR test. They must remain there for at least 72 hours, even if the PCR test result is negative. After staying at the ‘transitory’ hotel for 72 hours and having obtained a negative PCR test result, passengers may leave the hotel to continue to their final destination where a 10-day mandatory quarantine must be completed. If the PCR test result is positive, the passenger will have to remain in a quarantine hotel. All costs related to transfer, transitory hotel and PCR test must be paid by the passenger prior to boarding the flight to Chile when filling in the ‘Pasaporte Sanitario’. You should be aware that Chilean health authorities at Santiago Airport are selecting passengers on arrival for random PCR testing, even when passengers have complied with the requirement to hold a negative PCR test on arrival.
    *Non-resident foreign nationals: Since 5 April, all non-resident foreign nationals are not permitted to enter Chile. This measure remains in place for the whole of May. You may be allowed to enter Chile if you have a special permit or visa issued by a Chilean Consulate. Only non-resident foreigners with specific permits or visas may be allowed entry at the air border at Santiago Airport. In addition, those travellers must comply with the following sanitary measures:
    • negative PCR test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago
    • a declaration form Pasaporte Sanitario, completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. Health authorities at Santiago Airport may require completion of a follow-up email form for 14 days from the arrival date
    • health or travel insurance that covers COVID-related medical care up to a minimum of US $30,000 for the duration of your visit
    since 31 December, a mandatory 10-day quarantine from arrival date. See Coronavirus.
    *Chileans and resident foreign nationals: since 31 December, an obligatory 10-day quarantine from arrival date. You should be aware that an obligatory 14-day quarantine from arrival is currently required, if you have been in the UK for the last 14 days. See Coronavirus.
    • from 7 January 2021 a negative PCR test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken no more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago)
    • a declaration form ‘Pasaporte Sanitario’, completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. Health authorities at Santiago Airport may require completion of a follow-up email form for 14 days from the arrival date.
    Please confirm additional requirements with your airline. A declaration form Pasaporte Sanitario, must be completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. You should arrange to take a private test.
    All passengers will be required to have their temperature taken on arrival. For more details please contact the Chilean COVID Health-line 6003607777 option 0. The Chilean authorities have closed all ports to cruise liners.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Chile: Travellers arriving in Santiago should be aware that local authorities are frequently moving municipalities (comunas) back and forward through the quarantine Stages Plan (Paso a Paso). You should check on the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website.
    If you are travelling from or to the airport to catch a flight from or to one of the areas under quarantine or curfew, presenting your passport and boarding pass will permit you to cross any checkpoints. Use a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permissions. Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces / public transport, including the airport. You risk a significant fine for not wearing a mask in public.
    Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces / public transport, including the airport. You risk a significant fine for not wearing a mask in public.
    Quarantine orders and sanitary cordons are in place in Santiago and in other parts of the country. There is currently a nationwide curfew between 9pm and 5am, seven days a week. If you have a medical emergency or funeral during curfew times, you must issue a permit (Salvoconducto) online.
    Be aware that if you wish to travel to Magallanes Region, you will need to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel.
    Chile is deploying a flexible approach to bringing municipal areas (called comunas) in and out of quarantine/sanitary cordons. New measures can be announced by the government at any time and come into force shortly after.
    On 28 July, local areas (“comunas”) in Chile that were under lockdown, as part of the Chilean government’s 5stage plan, began to move from quarantine (Stage 1) into less restrictive stages. The rules on mobility in each stage are as follows:
    Stage 1: Quarantine. Restricted mobility; permits required for essential activity only from Monday to Friday; Evening curfew between 9pm to 5am social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75, except on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays between 9am to11am for 60 minutes or between 4pm to 6pm; prohibition of movement to secondary home. Outdoor exercise activities are allowed from Monday to Friday between 5am to 9am and on weekends and bank holidays between 5am to10am.
    Stage 2: Transition. Quarantine remains in place at weekends and bank holidays social gatherings of no more than 5 people allowed inside; Evening curfew between 9pm to 5am, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place and a prohibition on movement to other regions. Outdoor exercise activities are allowed from Monday to Friday at any time (except on curfew). On weekends and bank holidays between 5am to 10am.
    Stage 3: Preparation. Under this stage there are no mobility restrictions within the comuna; social gatherings capped at 15 people; Evening curfew between 9pm to 5am social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; and interregional travel is only allowed to regions in Stage 3, 4 and 5. In/Outdoor activities are allowed.
    Stage 4: Initial opening. Significant step that aims to re-open certain low risk activities and to avoid crowds and physical contact. Establishment of a new way of living: COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 30 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 25% capacity; restaurants and cafés allowed to open to the public at 25% capacity; Evening curfew between 9pm to 5am (from 5 April), social distancing still required; pubs and clubs remain closed; over 75’s allowed to leave their homes for 60 minutes per day; Interregional travel is only allowed to regions in Stage 3, 4 and 5. You require a special holiday permit if you are travelling to a secondary home located on a region in Stage 2.
    Stage 5: Advanced opening. This step relies on the population becoming accustomed to activities in COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 150 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 75% capacity; gyms, pubs and clubs can function at 50% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments. Social distancing of 1 metre; free movement for those over 75 and movement to secondary homes allowed.
    The Government’s ‘Paso a Paso’ website utlines which phase-out stage each comuna of Chile is under the heading (‘Situación Comunal’). In areas in quarantine you are only allowed to leave your residence under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food supplies or medical reasons, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual. Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish.
    The government has introduced a special holiday permit (until 31 March 2021) for residents in comunas in ‘Transition’ or Stage 2. This does not apply to tourists or non-resident foreign nationals, only to Chileans and foreign residents. For more information, please see the official Chilean advice. Individuals that wish to pass the sanitary cordons must obtain a “Salvoconducto” permit and a “Health Passport” (“pasaporte sanitario”) (under “viajeros regionales” for residents or “viajeros regionales” for foreign visitors), at least 24 hours before.
    Information on the areas of Chile that have sanitary cordons is available on the Government’s ‘Plan de Acción’.
    Checkpoints for health inspections are in force at various points around Santiago and elsewhere. In addition to checking the health of persons passing through, these checkpoints will be used to confirm that specific individuals who have been ordered to quarantine by medical authorities are not violating their quarantine. You will need to get a “Health Passport” prior to travel and present it at any checkpoint.
    *Public places and services: Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces, irrespective of what stage of the quarantine phase-out a comuna is in.

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    29.04.2021
  • Chile Latest News: Authorities extend COVID-19 related lockdown in Santiago to slow spread of infections (Reuters, 25.03.2021). Authorities extend COVID-19 related lockdown in Santiago (Reuters, 25.03.2021)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry rules in response to coronavirus: From 5 April, all non-resident foreign nationals will not be permitted to enter Chile. The only exception would be for non-resident foreign nationals with specific permits or visas issued by a Chilean Consulate allowing you to enter during this specific period. This measure will be in place for the whole of April. The Chilean authorities will reassess this restriction at the end of April. Additionally, from 5 April at 5am, all Chilean borders (including Santiago Airport) will close for the whole of April. Chilean authorities will prohibit all non-essential overseas travel to Chileans and resident foreign nationals. There will be some exceptions that must be requested via the Comisaria Virtual website. All non-resident foreign nationals – who have been in the United Kingdom during the last 14 days – are not currently permitted to enter Chile. From 31 March at 0500, all travellers (including Chileans, resident and non-resident foreign nationals) must complete a mandatory 10-day quarantine on arrival in Chile. This cannot be avoided under any circumstances, such as with a proof of C19 vaccine. You will not be able to leave quarantine early with a negative PCR. All travellers will be transferred to a ‘transitory’ hotel, and will have to take a PCR test. They must remain there for five days. After staying at the ‘transitory’ hotel for five days and having obtained a negative PCR test result, passengers are allowed to leave the ‘transitory’ hotel to continue to their final destination where they will have to complete the remaining five-day of quarantine. If the PCR test result is positive, the passenger will have to remain in a ‘Residencia Sanitaria’ (quarantine hotel). All costs related to transfer, transitory hotel, quarantine hotel and PCR test may be charged to the passenger prior to boarding the flight to Chile when filling in the ‘Pasaporte Sanitario’ or on arrival in Chile. Check the Santiago Airport official website (in English) for further information. From Thursday, 25 March at 5am to 31 March at 5am, all travellers (including Chileans, resident and non-resident foreign nationals) must complete a mandatory 10-day quarantine on arrival in Chile. There is no way to shorten this, even with a negative PCR test result. Additionally, any traveller who tests positive for COVID within the first 14 days from arrival must complete a further period of 11 days in a quarantine hotel. Furthermore, any traveller at an arrival point in Chile who presents one or two COVID symptoms will have to enter a quarantine hotel until local health authorities give the all clear.
    From 7 January 2021, all travellers (including Chileans, resident and non-resident foreign nationals) require a negative PCR test (rapid PCR tests will not be accepted) taken within 72-hours of boarding the flight to enter Chile. The mandatory 10-day quarantine will remain in place. From 11 March 2021, all passengers arriving from Brazil, or who have visited Brazil during the last 14 days, will be transferred to a ‘transitory’ hotel, and will have to take a PCR test. They must remain there for at least 72 hours, even if the PCR test result is negative. After staying at the ‘transitory’ hotel for 72 hours and having obtained a negative PCR test result, passengers may leave the hotel to continue to their final destination where a 10-day mandatory quarantine must be completed. If the PCR test result is positive, the passenger will have to remain in a quarantine hotel. All costs related to transfer, transitory hotel and PCR test must be paid by the passenger prior to boarding the flight to Chile when filling in the ‘Pasaporte Sanitario’. You should be aware that Chilean health authorities at Santiago Airport are selecting passengers on arrival for random PCR testing, even when passengers have complied with the requirement to hold a negative PCR test on arrival.
    *Non-resident foreign nationals: From 5 April, all non-resident foreign nationals will not be permitted to enter Chile. This measure will be in place for the whole of April. You may be allowed to enter Chile if you have a special permit or visa issued by a Chilean Consulate. The Chilean authorities will reassess this restriction at the end of April. Only non-resident foreigners with specific permits or visas will be allowed entry at the air border at Santiago Airport. In addition, those travellers must comply with the following sanitary measures:
    • negative PCR test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago;
    • a declaration form Pasaporte Sanitario, completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. Health authorities at Santiago Airport may require completion of a follow-up email form for 14 days from the arrival date;
    • health or travel insurance that covers COVID-related medical care up to a minimum of US $30,000 for the duration of your visit;
    • since 31 December, a mandatory 10-day quarantine from arrival date.
    *Chileans and resident foreign nationals:
    • since 31 December, an obligatory 10-day quarantine from arrival date. You should be aware that an obligatory 14-day quarantine from arrival is currently required, if you have been in the UK for the last 14 days;

    • from 7 January 2021 a negative PCR test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken no more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago);
    • a declaration form ‘Pasaporte Sanitario’, completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. Health authorities at Santiago Airport may require completion of a follow-up email form for 14 days from the arrival date.
    Please confirm additional requirements with your airline. A declaration form Pasaporte Sanitario, must be completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. All passengers will be required to have their temperature taken on arrival. For more details please contact the Chilean COVID Health-line 6003607777 option 0. The Chilean authorities have closed all ports to cruise liners.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Chile: Travellers arriving in Santiago should be aware that local authorities are frequently moving municipalities (comunas) back and forward through the quarantine Stages Plan (Paso a Paso). You should check on the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website.
    If you are travelling from or to the airport to catch a flight from or to one of the areas under quarantine or curfew, presenting your passport and boarding pass will permit you to cross any checkpoints. Use a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permissions. Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces / public transport, including the airport. You risk a significant fine for not wearing a mask in public.
    Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces / public transport, including the airport. You risk a significant fine for not wearing a mask in public.
    Quarantine orders and sanitary cordons are in place in Santiago and in other parts of the country. There is currently a nationwide curfew (between 10pm and 5am, seven days a week). You should be aware that from 5 April, a nationwide curfew will be in place between 9pm and 5am, seven days a week. If you have a medical emergency or funeral during curfew times, you must issue a permit (Salvoconducto) online.
    Be aware that if you wish to travel to Magallanes Region, you will need to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel.
    Chile is deploying a flexible approach to bringing municipal areas (called comunas) in and out of quarantine/sanitary cordons. New measures can be announced by the government at any time and come into force shortly after.
    On 28 July, local areas (“comunas”) in Chile that were under lockdown, as part of the Chilean government’s 5stage plan, began to move from quarantine (Stage 1) into less restrictive stages. The rules on mobility in each stage are as follows:
    Stage 1: Quarantine. Restricted mobility; permits required for essential activity only from Monday to Friday; Evening curfew between 2100-0500 (from 5 April), social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75, except on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays between 0900-1100 for 60 minutes or between 1600-1800; prohibition of movement to secondary home. Outdoor exercise activities are allowed from Monday to Sunday between 0600-0900.
    Stage 2: Transition. Quarantine remains in place at weekends and bank holidays social gatherings of no more than 5 people allowed inside; Evening curfew between 2100-0500 (from 5 April), social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place and a prohibition on movement to other regions. Outdoor exercise activities are allowed from Monday to Sunday between 0600-0900.
    Stage 3: Preparation. Under this stage there are no mobility restrictions within the comuna; social gatherings capped at 15 people; Evening curfew between 2100-0500(from 5 April), social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; and interregional travel is only allowed to regions in Stage 3, 4 and 5. In/Outdoor activities are allowed.
    Stage 4: Initial opening. Significant step that aims to re-open certain low risk activities and to avoid crowds and physical contact. Establishment of a new way of living: COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 30 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 25% capacity; restaurants and cafés allowed to open to the public at 25% capacity; Evening curfew between 2100-0500 (from 5 April), social distancing still required; pubs and clubs remain closed; over 75’s allowed to leave their homes for 60 minutes per day; Interregional travel is only allowed to regions in Stage 3, 4 and 5. You require a special holiday permit if you are travelling to a secondary home located on a region in Stage 2.
    Stage 5: Advanced opening. This step relies on the population becoming accustomed to activities in COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 150 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 75% capacity; gyms, pubs and clubs can function at 50% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments.
    Social distancing of 1 metre; free movement for those over 75 and movement to secondary homes allowed.
    The Government’s ‘Paso a Paso’ website outlines which phase-out stage each comuna of Chile is under the heading (‘Situación Comunal’).
    In areas in quarantine you are only allowed to leave your residence under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food supplies or medical reasons, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual. Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish.
    The government has introduced a special holiday permit (until 31 March 2021) for residents in comunas in ‘Transition’ or Stage 2. This does not apply to tourists or non-resident foreign nationals, only to Chileans and foreign residents. For more information, please see the official Chilean advice.
    Individuals that wish to pass the sanitary cordons must obtain a“Salvoconducto” permit and a“Health Passport” (“pasaporte sanitario”) (under “viajeros regionales” for residents or “viajeros regionales” for foreign visitors), at least 24 hours before.
    Information on the areas of Chile that have sanitary cordons is available on the Government’s‘Plan de Acción’.
    Checkpoints for health inspections are in force at various points around Santiago and elsewhere. In addition to checking the health of persons passing through, these checkpoints will be used to confirm that specific individuals who have been ordered to quarantine by medical authorities are not violating their quarantine. You will need to get a“Health Passport” prior to travel and present it at any checkpoint.
    *Public places and services: Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces, irrespective of what stage of the quarantine phase-out a comuna is in.

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    01.04.2021
  • Chile Latest News: Authorities extend COVID-19 related lockdown in Santiago to slow spread of infections (Reuters, 25.03.2021). Authorities extend COVID-19 related lockdown in Santiago (Reuters, 25.03.2021)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry rules in response to coronavirus: From 31 March at 0500, all travellers (including Chileans, resident, and non-resident foreign nationals) must complete a mandatory 10-day quarantine on arrival in Chile. This cannot be avoided under any circumstances, such as with a proof of C19 vaccine. You will not be able to leave quarantine early with a negative PCR. All non-resident foreign nationals – who have been in the UK during the last 14 days – are not currently permitted to enter Chile. All travellers will be transferred to a ‘transitory’ hotel and will have to take a PCR test. They must remain there for five days. After staying at the ‘transitory’ hotel for five days and having obtained a negative PCR test result, passengers are allowed to leave the ‘transitory’ hotel to continue to their final destination where they will have to complete the remaining five-day of quarantine. If the PCR test result is positive, the passenger will have to remain in a ‘Residencia Sanitaria’ (quarantine hotel). All costs related to transfer, transitory hotel, quarantine hotel and PCR test may be charged to the passenger prior to boarding the flight to Chile when filling in the ‘Pasaporte Sanitario’ or on arrival in Chile. Check the Santiago Airport official website (in English) for further information.
    From Thursday, 25 March at 5am to 31 March at 5am, all travellers (including Chileans, resident and non-resident foreign nationals) must complete a mandatory 10-day quarantine on arrival in Chile. There is no way to shorten this, even with a negative PCR test result.
    Additionally, any traveller who tests positive for COVID within the first 14 days from arrival must complete a further period of 11 days in a quarantine hotel.
    Furthermore, any traveller at an arrival point in Chile who presents one or two COVID symptoms will have to enter a quarantine hotel until local health authorities give the all clear.
    From 7 January 2021, all travellers (including Chileans, resident and non-resident foreign nationals) require a negative PCR test (rapid PCR tests will not be accepted) taken within 72-hours of boarding the flight to enter Chile. The mandatory 10-day quarantine will remain in place.
    From 11 March 2021, all passengers arriving from Brazil, or who have visited Brazil during the last 14 days, will be transferred to a ‘transitory’ hotel, and will have to take a PCR test. They must remain there for at least 72 hours, even if the PCR test result is negative. After staying at the ‘transitory’ hotel for 72 hours and having obtained a negative PCR test result, passengers may leave the hotel to continue to their final destination where a 10-day mandatory quarantine must be completed. If the PCR test result is positive, the passenger will have to remain in a quarantine hotel. All costs related to transfer, transitory hotel and PCR test must be paid by the passenger prior to boarding the flight to Chile when filling in the here ‘Pasaporte Sanitario’. You should be aware that Chilean health authorities at Santiago Airport are selecting passengers on arrival for random PCR testing, even when passengers have complied with the requirement to hold a negative PCR test on arrival.
    *Non-resident foreign nationals: The air border at Santiago Airport allows the entry of non-resident foreigners, who comply with the following sanitary measures: negative PCR test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago; a declaration form here Pasaporte Sanitario, completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. Health authorities at Santiago Airport may require completion of a follow-up email form for 14 days from the arrival date; health or travel insurance that covers COVID-related medical care up to a minimum of US $30,000 for the duration of your visit; since 31 December, a mandatory 10-day quarantine from arrival date.
    *Chileans and resident foreign nationals: since 31 December, an obligatory 10-day quarantine from arrival date. You should be aware that an obligatory 14-day quarantine from arrival is currently required, if you have been in the UK for the last 14 days; from 7 January 2021 a negative PCR test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken no more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago); a declaration form‘Pasaporte Sanitario’, completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. Health authorities at Santiago Airport may require completion of a follow-up email form for 14 days from the arrival date. Please confirm additional requirements with your airline. A declaration form Pasaporte Sanitario, must be completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry.
    All passengers will be required to have their temperature taken on arrival. For more details please contact the Chilean COVID Health-line 6003607777 option 0. The Chilean authorities have closed all ports to cruise liners.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Chile: Travellers arriving in Santiago should be aware that local authorities are frequently moving municipalities (comunas) back and forward through the quarantine Stages Plan (Paso a Paso). You should check on the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website.
    If you are travelling from or to the airport to catch a flight from or to one of the areas under quarantine or curfew, presenting your passport and boarding pass will permit you to cross any checkpoints. Use a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permissions. The government has introduced a special holiday permit (Permiso de vacaciones) (until 31 March 2021) for residents in comunas in ‘Transition’ or Stage 2. This does not apply to tourists or non-resident foreign nationals, only to Chileans and foreign residents. For more information, please see the official Chilean advice.
    Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces / public transport, including the airport. You risk a significant fine for not wearing a mask in public.
    Quarantine orders and sanitary cordons are in place in Santiago and in other parts of the country. There is currently a nationwide curfew (between 10pm and 5am, seven days a week). If you have a medical emergency or funeral during curfew times, you must issue a permit (Salvoconducto) online.
    Be aware that if you wish to travel to Magallanes Region, you will need to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel.
    Chile is deploying a flexible approach to bringing municipal areas (called comunas) in and out of quarantine/sanitary cordons. New measures can be announced by the government at any time and come into force shortly after.
    On 28 July, local areas (“comunas”) in Chile that were under lockdown, as part of the Chilean government’s 5stage plan, began to move from quarantine (Stage 1) into less restrictive stages. The rules on mobility in each stage are as follows:
    Stage 1: Quarantine. Restricted mobility; permits required for essential activity only from Monday to Friday; Evening curfew between 2200-0500, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75, except on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays between 0900-1100 for 60 minutes or between 1600-1800; prohibition of movement to secondary home. Outdoor exercise activities are allowed from Monday to Friday between 0700-0830. On weekends and bank holidays between 0600-0900.
    Stage 2: Transition. Quarantine remains in place at weekends and bank holidays social gatherings of no more than 5 people allowed inside; Evening curfew between 2200-0500, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place and a prohibition on movement to other regions. You can travel to other regions or ‘comunas’ only with a special holiday permit until 31 March 2021. Outdoor exercise activities are allowed from Monday to Friday. On weekends and bank holidays between 0600-0900.
    Stage 3: Preparation. Under this stage there are no mobility restrictions within the comuna; social gatherings capped at 15 people; Evening curfew between 2200-0500, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; and interregional travel is only allowed to regions in Stage 3, 4 and 5. You require a special holiday permit if you are travelling to a secondary home located in a region in Stage 2. In/Outdoor activities are allowed.
    Stage 4: Initial opening. Significant step that aims to re-open certain low risk activities and to avoid crowds and physical contact. Establishment of a new way of living: COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 30 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 25% capacity; restaurants and cafés allowed to open to the public at 25% capacity; Evening curfew between 2200-0500, social distancing still required; pubs and clubs remain closed; over 75’s allowed to leave their homes for 60 minutes per day;. Interregional travel is only allowed to regions in Stage 3, 4 and 5. You require a special holiday permit if you are travelling to a secondary home located on a region in Stage 2.
    Stage 5: Advanced opening. This step relies on the population becoming accustomed to activities in COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 150 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 75% capacity; gyms, pubs and clubs can function at 50% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments. Social distancing of 1 metre; free movement for those over 75 and movement to secondary homes allowed.
    The Government’s ‘Paso a Paso’ website outlines which phase-out stage each comuna of Chile is under the heading (‘Situación Comunal’).
    In areas in quarantine you are only allowed to leave your residence under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food supplies or medical reasons, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual. Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish.
    The government has introduced a special holiday permit (until 31 March 2021) for residents in comunas in ‘Transition’ or Stage 2. This does not apply to tourists or non-resident foreign nationals, only to Chileans and foreign residents. For more information, please see the official Chilean advice
    Individuals that wish to pass the sanitary cordons must obtain a “Salvoconducto” permit and a “Health Passport” (“pasaporte sanitario”) (under “viajeros regionales” for residents or “viajeros regionales” for foreign visitors), at least 24 hours before.
    Information on the areas of Chile that have sanitary cordons is available on the Government’s ‘Plan de Acción’.
    Checkpoints for health inspections are in force at various points around Santiago and elsewhere. In addition to checking the health of persons passing through, these checkpoints will be used to confirm that specific individuals who have been ordered to quarantine by medical authorities are not violating their quarantine. You will need to get a “Health Passport” prior to travel and present it at any checkpoint.
    *Public places and services: Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces, irrespective of what stage of the quarantine phase-out a comuna is in.

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    29.03.2021
  • Chile Latest News: Government tightens travel restrictions (ONT, 21.03.2021)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry into Chile: All non-resident foreign nationals – who have been in the United Kingdom during the last 14 days – are not currently permitted to enter Chile. Direct UK-Chile flights have been suspended until further notice. All other travellers (including Chileans, resident and non-resident foreign nationals) must complete a mandatory 10-day quarantine on arrival in Chile. After day 7, there is an option to take a local PCR test to potentially shorten the quarantine. If the result is negative, quarantine may be lifted.
    From 7 January 2021, all travellers (including Chileans, resident and non-resident foreign nationals) require a negative PCR test (rapid PCR tests will not be accepted) taken within 72-hours of boarding the flight to enter Chile. The mandatory 10-day quarantine will remain in place.
    From 11 March 2021, all passengers arriving from Brazil or who have been there during the last 14 days, will be compulsorily transferred to a quarantine hotel. Once in the hotel, they will have to take a PCR test. If the result is negative, they may continue to their final destination where an 11-day quarantine must be completed. If the PCR result is positive, the passenger will have to remain in the quarantine hotel until they have received a negative result and health authorities confirm they are allowed to end quarantine.
    You should be aware that Chilean health authorities at Santiago Airport are selecting passengers on arrival for random PCR testing, even when passengers have complied with the requirement to hold a negative PCR test on arrival.
    *Non-resident foreign nationals: The air border at Santiago Airport allows the entry of non-resident foreigners, who comply with the following sanitary measures:

    • negative PCR test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago;

    • a declaration form Pasaporte Sanitario, completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. Health authorities at Santiago Airport may require completion of a follow-up email form for 14 days from the arrival date;

    • health or travel insurance that covers COVID-related medical care up to a minimum of US $30,000 for the duration of your visit;

    • since 31 December, a mandatory 10-day quarantine from arrival date.

    *Chileans and resident foreign nationals:

    • since 31 December, an obligatory 10-day quarantine from arrival date. You should be aware that an obligatory 14-day quarantine from arrival is currently required, if you have been in the UK for the last 14 days.
    • from 7 January 2021 a negative PCR test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken no more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago). Please confirm additional requirements with your airline. A declaration form Pasaporte Sanitario, must be completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. All passengers will be required to have their temperature taken on arrival.
    For more details please contact the Chilean COVID Health-line 6003607777 option 0. The Chilean authorities have closed all ports to cruise liners.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Chile: Travellers arriving in Santiago should be aware that local authorities are frequently moving municipalities (comunas) back and forward through the quarantine Stages Plan (Paso a Paso). You should check on the Chilean Government Paso a Paso website.
    If you are travelling from or to the airport to catch a flight from or to one of the areas under quarantine or curfew, presenting your passport and boarding pass will permit you to cross any checkpoints. Use a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permissions. The government has introduced a special holiday permit (Permiso de vacaciones) (until 31 March 2021) for residents in comunas in ‘Transition’ or Stage 2. This does not apply to tourists or non-resident foreign nationals, only to Chileans and foreign residents. For more information, please see the official Chilean advice.
    Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces / public transport, including the airport. You risk a significant fine for not wearing a mask in public.
    Quarantine orders and sanitary cordons are in place in Santiago and in other parts of the country. There is currently a nationwide curfew (between 10pm and 5am, seven days a week). If you have a medical emergency or funeral during curfew times, you must issue a permit (Salvoconducto) online.
    Be aware that if you wish to travel to Magallanes Region, you will need to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel.
    Chile is deploying a flexible approach to bringing municipal areas (called comunas) in and out of quarantine/sanitary cordons. New measures can be announced by the government at any time and come into force shortly after.
    On 28 July, local areas (“comunas”) in Chile that were under lockdown, as part of the Chilean government’s 5stage plan, began to move from quarantine (Stage 1) into less restrictive stages. The rules on mobility in each stage are as follows:
    Stage 1: Quarantine. Restricted mobility; permits required for essential activity only from Monday to Friday; Evening curfew between 2200-0500, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75, except on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays between 0900-1100 for 60 minutes or between 1600-1800; prohibition of movement to secondary home. Outdoor exercise activities are allowed from Monday to Friday between 0700-0830. On weekends and bank holidays between 0600-0900.
    Stage 2: Transition. Quarantine remains in place at weekends and bank holidays social gatherings of no more than 5 people allowed inside; Evening curfew between 2200-0500, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place and a prohibition on movement to other regions. You can travel to other regions or ‘comunas’ only with a special holiday permit until 31 March 2021. Outdoor exercise activities are allowed from Monday to Friday. On weekends and bank holidays between 0600-0900.
    Stage 3: Preparation. Under this stage there are no mobility restrictions within the comuna; social gatherings capped at 15 people; Evening curfew between 2200-0500, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; and interregional travel is only allowed to regions in Stage 3, 4 and 5. You require a special holiday permit if you are travelling to a secondary home located in a region in Stage 2. In/Outdoor activities are allowed.
    Stage 4: Initial opening. Significant step that aims to re-open certain low risk activities and to avoid crowds and physical contact. Establishment of a new way of living: COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 30 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 25% capacity; restaurants and cafés allowed to open to the public at 25% capacity; Evening curfew between 2200-0500, social distancing still required; pubs and clubs remain closed; over 75’s allowed to leave their homes for 60 minutes per day;. Interregional travel is only allowed to regions in Stage 3, 4 and 5. You require a special holiday permit if you are travelling to a secondary home located on a region in Stage 2.
    Stage 5: Advanced opening. This step relies on the population becoming accustomed to activities in COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 150 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 75% capacity; gyms, pubs and clubs can function at 50% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments. Social distancing of 1 metre; free movement for those over 75 and movement to secondary homes allowed.
    The Government’s ‘Paso a Paso’ website outlines which phase-out stage each comuna of Chile is under the heading (‘Situación Comunal’). In areas in quarantine you are only allowed to leave your residence under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food supplies or medical reasons, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual. Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish. The government has introduced a special holiday permit (until 31 March 2021) for residents in comunas in ‘Transition’ or Stage 2. This does not apply to tourists or non-resident foreign nationals, only to Chileans and foreign residents. For more information, please see the official Chilean advice. Individuals that wish to pass the sanitary cordons must obtain a “Salvoconducto” permit and a “Health Passport” (“pasaporte sanitario”) (under “viajeros regionales” for residents or “viajeros regionales” for foreign visitors), at least 24 hours before.
    Information on the areas of Chile that have sanitary cordons is available on the Government’s ‘Plan de Acción’.
    Checkpoints for health inspections are in force at various points around Santiago and elsewhere. In addition to checking the health of persons passing through, these checkpoints will be used to confirm that specific individuals who have been ordered to quarantine by medical authorities are not violating their quarantine. You will need to get a “Health Passport” prior to travel and present it at any checkpoint.
    *Public places and services: Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces, irrespective of what stage of the quarantine phase-out a comuna is in.

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    24.03.2021
  • Chile Latest News: New measures were announced by the Chilean government on February 1, set to begin Thursday, February 4 at 5:00 a.m. (OSAC, 01.02.2021). Chilean announces that from Tuesday, 22 December at 00:00 hrs, non-resident foreign nationals that have been in the UK during the last 14 days, will not be allowed entry to Chile. Direct UK-Chile flights have been suspended until further notice (Gov.UK, 21.12.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    All non-resident foreign nationals – who have been in the United Kingdom during the last 14 days – are not currently permitted to enter Chile. Direct UK-Chile flights have been suspended until further notice. See Coronavirus.
    All other travellers (including Chileans, resident and non-resident foreign nationals) must complete a mandatory 10-day quarantine on arrival in Chile. After day 7, there is an option to take a local PCR test to potentially shorten the quarantine. If the result is negative, quarantine may be lifted. See Coronavirus and Entry Requirements sections).
    From 7 January 2021, all travellers (including Chileans, resident and non-resident foreign nationals) require a negative PCR test (rapid PCR tests will not be accepted) taken within 72-hours of boarding the flight to enter Chile. The mandatory 10-day quarantine will remain in place.
    From 11 March 2021, all passengers arriving from Brazil or who have been there during the last 14 days, will be compulsorily transferred to a quarantine hotel. Once in the hotel, they will have to take a PCR test. If the result is negative, they may continue to their final destination where an 11-day quarantine must be completed. If the PCR result is positive, the passenger will have to remain in the quarantine hotel until they have received a negative result and health authorities confirm they are allowed to end quarantine.
    You should be aware that Chilean health authorities at Santiago Airport are selecting passengers on arrival for random PCR testing, even when passengers have complied with the requirement to hold a negative PCR test on arrival.
    *Non-resident foreign nationals: The air border at Santiago Airport allows the entry of non-resident foreigners, who comply with the following sanitary measures: • negative PCR test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago; • a declaration form Pasaporte Sanitario, completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. Health authorities at Santiago Airport may require completion of a follow-up email form for 14 days from the arrival date; • health or travel insurance that covers COVID-related medical care up to a minimum of US $30,000 for the duration of your visit; • since 31 December, a mandatory 10-day quarantine from arrival date.


    *Chileans and resident foreign nationals: • since 31 December, an obligatory 10-day quarantine from arrival date. You should be aware that an obligatory 14-day quarantine from arrival is currently required, if you have been in the UK for the last 14 days
    • from 7 January 2021 a negative PCR test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken no more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago). Please confirm additional requirements with your airline. A declaration form Pasaporte Sanitario, must be completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. All passengers will be required to have their temperature taken on arrival.
    For more details please contact the Chilean COVID Health-line 6003607777 option 0. The Chilean authorities have closed all ports to cruise liners.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Chile: If you are travelling to the airport to catch a flight from one of the areas under quarantine or curfew, presenting your passport and boarding pass will permit you to cross any checkpoints. Use a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permissions. The government has introduced a special holiday permit (Permiso de vacaciones) (until 31 March 2021) for residents in comunas in ‘Transition’ or Stage 2. This does not apply to tourists or non-resident foreign nationals, only to Chileans and foreign residents. For more information, please see theofficial Chilean advice. Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces / public transport, including the airport. You risk a significant fine for not wearing a mask in public. Quarantine orders and sanitary cordons are in place in Santiago and in other parts of the country. There is currently a nationwide curfew (between 10pm and 5am, seven days a week). If you have a medical emergency or funeral during curfew times, you must issue a permit (Salvoconducto) online. Be aware that if you wish to travel to Magallanes Region, you will need to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel. Chile is deploying a flexible approach to bringing municipal areas (called comunas) in and out of quarantine/sanitary cordons. New measures can be announced by the government at any time and come into force shortly after. On 28 July, local areas (“comunas”) in Chile that were under lockdown, as part of the Chilean government’s 5stage plan, began to move from quarantine (Stage 1) into less restrictive stages. The rules on mobility in each stage are as follows: Stage 1: : Quarantine. Restricted mobility; permits required for essential activity; Evening curfew from 10pm to 5am, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75, except on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays between 9am and 11am for 60 minutes or between 4pm and 6pm; prohibition of movement to secondary home. Outdoor exercise activities are allowed from 7am to 8:30am every day.
    Stage 2: Transition. Quarantine remains in place at weekends and bank holidays; social gatherings of no more than 5 people allowed inside; Evening curfew from 10pm to 5am, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place and a prohibition on movement to other regions until 31 March 2021. You are allowed to travel to other regions or ‘comunas’ only with a special holiday permit. Outdoor exercise activities are allowed from Monday to Friday, weekends and bank holidays only, from 7am to 8:30am.
    Stage 3: Preparation. Under this stage there are no mobility restrictions within the comuna; social gatherings capped at 15 people; Evening curfew from 10pm to 5am, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; and interregional travel is only allowed to regions in Stage 3, 4 and 5. You require a special holiday permit if you are travelling to a secondary home located in a region in Stage 2. In/Outdoor activities are allowed.
    Stage 4: Initial opening. Significant step that aims to re-open certain low risk activities and to avoid crowds and physical contact. Establishment of a new way of living: COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 30 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 25% capacity; restaurants and cafés allowed to open to the public at 25% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments (Education Ministry plans and health situation permitting). Evening curfew from 10pm to 5am, social distancing still required; pubs and clubs remain closed; over 75’s allowed to leave their homes for 60 minutes per day; Interregional travel is only allowed to regions in Stage 3, 4 and 5. You require a special holiday permit if you are travelling to a secondary home located on a region in Stage 2.
    Stage 5: Advanced opening. This step relies on the population becoming accustomed to activities in COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 150 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 75% capacity; gyms, pubs and clubs can function at 50% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments. Social distancing of 1 metre; free movement for those over 75 and movement to secondary homes allowed.
    The Government’s ‘Paso a Paso’ website outlines which phase-out stage each comuna of Chile is under the heading (‘Situación Comunal’). In areas in quarantine you are only allowed to leave your residence under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food supplies or medical reasons, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual. Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish. The government has introduced a special holiday permit (until 31 March 2021) for residents in comunas in ‘Transition’ or Stage 2. This does not apply to tourists or non-resident foreign nationals, only to Chileans and foreign residents. For more information, please see the official Chilean advice. Individuals that wish to pass the sanitary cordons must obtain a “Salvoconducto” permit and a “Health Passport” (“pasaporte sanitario”) (under “viajeros regionales” for residents or “viajeros regionales” for foreign visitors), at least 24 hours before. Information on the areas of Chile that have sanitary cordons is available on the Government’s ‘Plan de Acción’. Checkpoints for health inspections are in force at various points around Santiago and elsewhere. In addition to checking the health of persons passing through, these checkpoints will be used to confirm that specific individuals who have been ordered to quarantine by medical authorities are not violating their quarantine. You will need to get a > “Health Passport” *Public places and services: Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces, irrespective of what stage of the quarantine phase-out a comuna is in.

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    12.03.2021
  • Chile Latest News: New measures were announced by the Chilean government on February 1, set to begin Thursday, February 4 at 5:00 a.m. (OSAC, 01.02.2021). Chilean announces that from Tuesday, 22 December at 00:00 hrs, non-resident foreign nationals that have been in the UK during the last 14 days, will not be allowed entry to Chile (Gov.UK, 21.12.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry rules in response to coronavirus: All non-resident foreign nationals – who have been in the United Kingdom during the last 14 days – are not currently permitted to enter Chile. Direct UK-Chile flights have been suspended until further notice. See Coronavirus.
    All other travellers (including Chileans, resident and non-resident foreign nationals) must complete a mandatory 10-day quarantine on arrival in Chile. After day 7, there is an option to take a local PCR test to potentially shorten the quarantine. If the result is negative, quarantine may be lifted. See Coronavirus and Entry Requirements sections).
    From 7 January 2021, all travellers (including Chileans, resident and non-resident foreign nationals) require a negative PCR test (rapid PCR tests will not be accepted) taken within 72-hours of boarding the flight to enter Chile. The mandatory 10-day quarantine will remain in place.
    From 11 March 2021, all passengers arriving from Brazil or who have been there during the last 14 days, will be compulsorily transferred to a quarantine hotel. Once in the hotel, they will have to take a PCR test. If the result is negative, they may continue to their final destination where an 11-day quarantine must be completed. If the PCR result is positive, the passenger will have to remain in the quarantine hotel until they have received a negative result and health authorities confirm they are allowed to end quarantine.
    You should be aware that Chilean health authorities at Santiago Airport are selecting passengers on arrival for random PCR testing, even when passengers have complied with the requirement to hold a negative PCR test on arrival.
    *Non-resident foreign nationals: The air border at Santiago Airport allows the entry of non-resident foreigners, who comply with the following sanitary measures: • negative PCR test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago; • a declaration form Pasaporte Sanitario, completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. Health authorities at Santiago Airport may require completion of a follow-up email form for 14 days from the arrival date; • health or travel insurance that covers COVID-related medical care up to a minimum of US $30,000 for the duration of your visit; • since 31 December, a mandatory 10-day quarantine from arrival date.

    *Chileans and resident foreign nationals: • since 31 December, an obligatory 10-day quarantine from arrival date. You should be aware that an obligatory 14-day quarantine from arrival is currently required, if you have been in the UK for the last 14 days
    • from 7 January 2021 a negative PCR test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken no more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago). Please confirm additional requirements with your airline. A declaration form Pasaporte Sanitario, must be completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. All passengers will be required to have their temperature taken on arrival.
    For more details please contact the Chilean COVID Health-line 6003607777 option 0. The Chilean authorities have closed all ports to cruise liners.

    Internal Restrictions:
    The following new measures were announced by the Chilean government on February 15: The imposition of a quarantine for the following comunas (begins Thursday, February 18 at 5:00 am): Licantén (VII Region), Pencahue (VII Region), Futrono (XIV Region), Mariquina (XIV Region).
    The upgrading of the following comunas from Phase 1 (Quarantine) to Phase 2 (Transition). This includes the lifting of quarantine Monday-Friday (begins Tuesday, February 16 at 5:00 am): Iquique (I Region), Alto Hospicio (I Region), Antofagasta (II Region), Copiapó (III Region), Diego de Almagro (III Region), Laja (VIII Region), Pucón (IX Region), Castro (X Region), Puyehue (X Region), Río Negro (X Region), Puerto Varas (X Region), Quellón (X Region), Dalcahue (X Region), Fresia (X Region), Puerto Montt (X Region), Osorno (X Region), San Pablo (X Region), Quinchao (X Region), Quemchi (X Region), San Juan de la Costa (X Region), Ancud (X Region), Puerto Octay (X Region), Curaco de Vélez (X Region.).
    The upgrading of the following comunas from Phase 2 (Transition) to Phase 3 (Preparation). This includes the lifting of quarantine on the weekends and holidays (Thursday, Feburary 18 at 5:00 am): Petorca (V Region), Olivar (VI Region), Santa Cruz (VI Region), Rancagua (VI Region), Nancagua (VI Region), Coltauco (VI Region), Coinco (VI Region), Rauco (VII Region), Curacautín (IX Region), Futaleufú (X Region), Aysén (XI Region), Porvenir (XII Region).
    The downgrading of the following comunas from Phase 3 (Preparation) to Phase 2 (Transition). This includes the reimposition of quarantines on the weekends and holidays (begins Thursday, February 18 at 5:00 am): El Quisco (V Region) El Tabo (V Region) Placilla (VI Region) Marchigüe (VI Region) Chimbarongo (VI Region) Pichidegua (VI Region) Ninhue (XVI Region) Ranquil (XVI Region) Ñiquén (XVI Region) Coelemu (XVI Region) Quilleco (VIII Region) Ercilla (IX Region) Renaico (IX Region).
    *Travel in Chile: If you are travelling to the airport to catch a flight from one of the areas under quarantine or curfew, presenting your passport and boarding pass will permit you to cross any checkpoints. Use a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permissions. The government has introduced a special holiday permit (Permiso de vacaciones) (until 31 March 2021) for residents in comunas in ‘Transition’ or Stage 2. This does not apply to tourists or non-resident foreign nationals, only to Chileans and foreign residents. For more information, please see the official Chilean advice . Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces / public transport, including the airport. You risk a significant fine for not wearing a mask in public. Quarantine orders and sanitary cordons are in place in Santiago and in other parts of the country. There is currently a nationwide curfew (between 22:00- 0500, seven days a week).
    Be aware that if you wish to travel to Magallanes Region, you will need to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel. Chile is deploying a flexible approach to bringing municipal areas (called comunas) in and out of quarantine/sanitary cordons. New measures can be announced by the government at any time and come into force shortly after, although changes are typically announced every Wednesday and are applied from Fridays onwards. On 28 July, local areas (“comunas”) in Chile that were under lockdown, as part of the Chilean government’s 5stage plan, began to move from quarantine (Stage 1) into less restrictive stages. The rules on mobility in each stage are as follows:
    Stage 1: Quarantine. Restricted mobility; permits required for essential activity; Evening curfew from 10pmto 5am, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75, except on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays between 10am and midday or between 4pm and 6pm; prohibition of movement to secondary home. Outdoor exercise activities are allowed from 7am to 8:30am every day.
    Stage 2: Transition. Quarantine remains in place at weekends and bank holidays; social gatherings of no more than 5 people allowed inside; Evening curfew from 10pm to 5am, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; and a prohibition on movement to other regions.. You are allowed to travel to other regions or ‘comunas’ only with a special holiday permit. Outdoor exercise activities are allowed from 7am to 8:30am only from Monday to Friday.
    Stage 3: Preparation. Under this stage there are no mobility restrictions within the comuna; social gatherings capped at 15 people; Evening curfew from 10am to 5am., social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place;; and interregional travel is only allowed to regions in Stage 3, 4 and 5. You require a special holiday permit if you are travelling to a secondary home located in a region in Stage 2. In/Outdoor activities are allowed.
    Stage 4: Initial opening. Significant step that aims to re-open certain low risk activities and to avoid crowds and physical contact. Establishment of a new way of living: COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 30 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 25% capacity; restaurants and cafés allowed to open to the public at 25% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments (Education Ministry plans and health situation permitting). Evening curfew from 10pmto 5am.; social distancing still required; pubs and clubs remain closed; over 75’s allowed to leave their homes for 60 minutes per day;. Interregional travel is only allowed to regions in Stage 3, 4 and 5. You require a special holiday permit if you are travelling to a secondary home located on a region in Stage 2.
    Stage 5: Advanced opening. This step relies on the population becoming accustomed to activities in COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 150 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 75% capacity; gyms, pubs and clubs can function at 50% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments. Social distancing of 1 metre; free movement for those over 75 and movement to secondary homes allowed.
    The Government’s ‘Paso a Paso’ website
    outlines which phase-out stage each comuna of Chile is under the heading (‘Situación Comunal’).
    In areas in quarantine you are only allowed to leave your residence under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food supplies or medical reasons, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual. Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish.
    The government has introduced a special holiday permit (until 31 March 2021) for residents in comunas in ‘Transition’ or Stage 2. This does not apply to tourists or non-resident foreign nationals, only to Chileans and foreign residents. For more information, please see the official Chilean advice.
    Individuals that wish to pass the sanitary cordons must obtain a “Salvoconducto” permit and a “Health Passport”
    (“pasaporte sanitario”) (under “viajeros regionales” for residents or “viajeros regionales” for foreign visitors), at least 24 hours before.
    Information on the areas of Chile that have sanitary cordons is available on the Government’s ‘Plan de Acción’.
    Checkpoints for health inspections are in force at various points around Santiago and elsewhere. In addition to checking the health of persons passing through, these checkpoints will be used to confirm that specific individuals who have been ordered to quarantine by medical authorities are not violating their quarantine. You will need to get a “Health Passport” prior to travel and present it at any checkpoint.
    *Public places and services: Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces, irrespective of what stage of the quarantine phase-out a comuna is in.

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    10.03.2021
  • Chile Latest News: New measures were announced by the Chilean government on February 1, set to begin Thursday, February 4 at 5:00 a.m. (OSAC, 01.02.2021). Chilean announces that from Tuesday, 22 December at 00:00 hrs, non-resident foreign nationals that have been in the UK during the last 14 days, will not be allowed entry to Chile (Gov.UK, 21.12.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry rules in response to coronavirus: All non-resident foreign nationals – who have been in the United Kingdom during the last 14 days – are not currently permitted to enter Chile. All other travellers (including Chileans, resident and non-resident foreign nationals) must complete a mandatory 10-day quarantine on arrival in Chile. After day 7, there is an option to take a local PCR test to potentially shorten the quarantine. If the result is negative, quarantine may be lifted. From 7 January 2021, all travellers (including Chileans, resident and non-resident foreign nationals) require a negative PCR test (rapid PCR tests will not be accepted) taken within 72-hours of boarding the flight to enter Chile. The mandatory 10-day quarantine will remain in place. You should be aware that Chilean health authorities at Santiago Airport are selecting passengers on arrival for random PCR testing, even when passengers have complied with the requirement to hold a negative PCR test on arrival.
    *Non-resident foreign nationals: The air border at Santiago Airport allows the entry of non-resident foreigners, who comply with the following sanitary measures: • negative PCR test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago; • a declaration form Pasaporte Sanitario, completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. Health authorities at Santiago Airport may require completion of a follow-up email form for 14 days from the arrival date; • health or travel insurance that covers COVID-related medical care up to a minimum of US $30,000 for the duration of your visit; • since 31 December, a mandatory 10-day quarantine from arrival date.

    *Chileans and resident foreign nationals: • since 31 December, an obligatory 10-day quarantine from arrival date. You should be aware that an obligatory 14-day quarantine from arrival is currently required, if you have been in the UK for the last 14 days
    • from 7 January 2021 a negative PCR test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken no more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago). Please confirm additional requirements with your airline. A declaration form Pasaporte Sanitario, must be completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. All passengers will be required to have their temperature taken on arrival.
    For more details please contact the Chilean COVID Health-line 6003607777 option 0. The Chilean authorities have closed all ports to cruise liners.

    Internal Restrictions:
    The following new measures were announced by the Chilean government on February 15: The imposition of a quarantine for the following comunas (begins Thursday, February 18 at 5:00 am): Licantén (VII Region), Pencahue (VII Region), Futrono (XIV Region), Mariquina (XIV Region).
    The upgrading of the following comunas from Phase 1 (Quarantine) to Phase 2 (Transition). This includes the lifting of quarantine Monday-Friday (begins Tuesday, February 16 at 5:00 am): Iquique (I Region), Alto Hospicio (I Region), Antofagasta (II Region), Copiapó (III Region), Diego de Almagro (III Region), Laja (VIII Region), Pucón (IX Region), Castro (X Region), Puyehue (X Region), Río Negro (X Region), Puerto Varas (X Region), Quellón (X Region), Dalcahue (X Region), Fresia (X Region), Puerto Montt (X Region), Osorno (X Region), San Pablo (X Region), Quinchao (X Region), Quemchi (X Region), San Juan de la Costa (X Region), Ancud (X Region), Puerto Octay (X Region), Curaco de Vélez (X Region.).
    The upgrading of the following comunas from Phase 2 (Transition) to Phase 3 (Preparation). This includes the lifting of quarantine on the weekends and holidays (Thursday, Feburary 18 at 5:00 am): Petorca (V Region), Olivar (VI Region), Santa Cruz (VI Region), Rancagua (VI Region), Nancagua (VI Region), Coltauco (VI Region), Coinco (VI Region), Rauco (VII Region), Curacautín (IX Region), Futaleufú (X Region), Aysén (XI Region), Porvenir (XII Region).
    The downgrading of the following comunas from Phase 3 (Preparation) to Phase 2 (Transition). This includes the reimposition of quarantines on the weekends and holidays (begins Thursday, February 18 at 5:00 am): El Quisco (V Region) El Tabo (V Region) Placilla (VI Region) Marchigüe (VI Region) Chimbarongo (VI Region) Pichidegua (VI Region) Ninhue (XVI Region) Ranquil (XVI Region) Ñiquén (XVI Region) Coelemu (XVI Region) Quilleco (VIII Region) Ercilla (IX Region) Renaico (IX Region).
    *Travel in Chile: If you are travelling to the airport to catch a flight from one of the areas under quarantine or curfew, presenting your passport and boarding pass will permit you to cross any checkpoints. Use a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permissions. The government has introduced a special holiday permit (Permiso de vacaciones) (until 31 March 2021) for residents in comunas in ‘Transition’ or Stage 2. This does not apply to tourists or non-resident foreign nationals, only to Chileans and foreign residents. For more information, please see the official Chilean advice . Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces / public transport, including the airport. You risk a significant fine for not wearing a mask in public. Quarantine orders and sanitary cordons are in place in Santiago and in other parts of the country. There is currently a nationwide curfew (between 22:00- 0500, seven days a week).
    Be aware that if you wish to travel to Magallanes Region, you will need to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel. Chile is deploying a flexible approach to bringing municipal areas (called comunas) in and out of quarantine/sanitary cordons. New measures can be announced by the government at any time and come into force shortly after, although changes are typically announced every Wednesday and are applied from Fridays onwards. On 28 July, local areas (“comunas”) in Chile that were under lockdown, as part of the Chilean government’s 5stage plan, began to move from quarantine (Stage 1) into less restrictive stages. The rules on mobility in each stage are as follows:
    Stage 1: Quarantine. Restricted mobility; permits required for essential activity; Evening curfew from 10pmto 5am, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75, except on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays between 10am and midday or between 4pm and 6pm; prohibition of movement to secondary home. Outdoor exercise activities are allowed from 7am to 8:30am every day.
    Stage 2: Transition. Quarantine remains in place at weekends and bank holidays; social gatherings of no more than 5 people allowed inside; Evening curfew from 10pm to 5am, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; and a prohibition on movement to other regions.. You are allowed to travel to other regions or ‘comunas’ only with a special holiday permit. Outdoor exercise activities are allowed from 7am to 8:30am only from Monday to Friday.
    Stage 3: Preparation. Under this stage there are no mobility restrictions within the comuna; social gatherings capped at 15 people; Evening curfew from 10am to 5am., social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place;; and interregional travel is only allowed to regions in Stage 3, 4 and 5. You require a special holiday permit if you are travelling to a secondary home located in a region in Stage 2. In/Outdoor activities are allowed.
    Stage 4: Initial opening. Significant step that aims to re-open certain low risk activities and to avoid crowds and physical contact. Establishment of a new way of living: COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 30 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 25% capacity; restaurants and cafés allowed to open to the public at 25% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments (Education Ministry plans and health situation permitting). Evening curfew from 10pmto 5am.; social distancing still required; pubs and clubs remain closed; over 75’s allowed to leave their homes for 60 minutes per day;. Interregional travel is only allowed to regions in Stage 3, 4 and 5. You require a special holiday permit if you are travelling to a secondary home located on a region in Stage 2.
    Stage 5: Advanced opening. This step relies on the population becoming accustomed to activities in COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 150 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 75% capacity; gyms, pubs and clubs can function at 50% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments. Social distancing of 1 metre; free movement for those over 75 and movement to secondary homes allowed.
    The Government’s ‘Paso a Paso’ website
    outlines which phase-out stage each comuna of Chile is under the heading (‘Situación Comunal’).
    In areas in quarantine you are only allowed to leave your residence under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food supplies or medical reasons, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual. Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish.
    The government has introduced a special holiday permit (until 31 March 2021) for residents in comunas in ‘Transition’ or Stage 2. This does not apply to tourists or non-resident foreign nationals, only to Chileans and foreign residents. For more information, please see the official Chilean advice.
    Individuals that wish to pass the sanitary cordons must obtain a “Salvoconducto” permit and a “Health Passport”
    (“pasaporte sanitario”) (under “viajeros regionales” for residents or “viajeros regionales” for foreign visitors), at least 24 hours before.
    Information on the areas of Chile that have sanitary cordons is available on the Government’s ‘Plan de Acción’.
    Checkpoints for health inspections are in force at various points around Santiago and elsewhere. In addition to checking the health of persons passing through, these checkpoints will be used to confirm that specific individuals who have been ordered to quarantine by medical authorities are not violating their quarantine. You will need to get a “Health Passport” prior to travel and present it at any checkpoint.
    *Public places and services: Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces, irrespective of what stage of the quarantine phase-out a comuna is in.

    Read more
    17.02.2021
  • Chile Latest News: New measures were announced by the Chilean government on February 1, set to begin Thursday, February 4 at 5:00 a.m. (OSAC, 01.02.2021). Chilean announces that from Tuesday, 22 December at 00:00 hrs, non-resident foreign nationals that have been in the UK during the last 14 days, will not be allowed entry to Chile (Gov.UK, 21.12.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry rules in response to coronavirus: All non-resident foreign nationals – who have been in the United Kingdom during the last 14 days – are not currently permitted to enter Chile. All other travellers (including Chileans, resident and non-resident foreign nationals) must complete a mandatory 10-day quarantine on arrival in Chile. After day 7, there is an option to take a local PCR test to potentially shorten the quarantine. If the result is negative, quarantine may be lifted. From 7 January 2021, all travellers (including Chileans, resident and non-resident foreign nationals) require a negative PCR test (rapid PCR tests will not be accepted) taken within 72-hours of boarding the flight to enter Chile. The mandatory 10-day quarantine will remain in place. You should be aware that Chilean health authorities at Santiago Airport are selecting passengers on arrival for random PCR testing, even when passengers have complied with the requirement to hold a negative PCR test on arrival.
    *Non-resident foreign nationals: The air border at Santiago Airport allows the entry of non-resident foreigners, who comply with the following sanitary measures: • negative PCR test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago; • a declaration form Pasaporte Sanitario, completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. Health authorities at Santiago Airport may require completion of a follow-up email form for 14 days from the arrival date; • health or travel insurance that covers COVID-related medical care up to a minimum of US $30,000 for the duration of your visit; • since 31 December, a mandatory 10-day quarantine from arrival date.

    *Chileans and resident foreign nationals: • since 31 December, an obligatory 10-day quarantine from arrival date. You should be aware that an obligatory 14-day quarantine from arrival is currently required, if you have been in the UK for the last 14 days
    • from 7 January 2021 a negative PCR test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken no more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago). Please confirm additional requirements with your airline. A declaration form Pasaporte Sanitario, must be completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. All passengers will be required to have their temperature taken on arrival.
    For more details please contact the Chilean COVID Health-line 6003607777 option 0. The Chilean authorities have closed all ports to cruise liners.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Chile: If you are travelling to the airport to catch a flight from one of the areas under quarantine or curfew, presenting your passport and boarding pass will permit you to cross any checkpoints. Use a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permissions. The government has introduced a special holiday permit (Permiso de vacaciones) (until 31 March 2021) for residents in comunas in ‘Transition’ or Stage 2. This does not apply to tourists or non-resident foreign nationals, only to Chileans and foreign residents. For more information, please see the official Chilean advice. Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces / public transport, including the airport. You risk a significant fine for not wearing a mask in public.
    Quarantine orders and sanitary cordons are in place in Santiago and in other parts of the country. There is currently a nationwide curfew (between 22:00- 0500, seven days a week). Be aware that if you wish to travel to Magallanes Region, you will need to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel. Chile is deploying a flexible approach to bringing municipal areas (called comunas) in and out of quarantine/sanitary cordons. New measures can be announced by the government at any time and come into force shortly after, although changes are typically announced every Wednesday and are applied from Fridays onwards.
    On 28 July, local areas (“comunas”) in Chile that were under lockdown, as part of the Chilean government’s 5stage plan, began to move from quarantine (Stage 1) into less restrictive stages. The rules on mobility in each stage are as follows:
    Stage 1: Quarantine. Restricted mobility; permits required for essential activity; Evening curfew from 10pmto 5am, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75, except on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays between 10am and midday or between 4pm and 6pm; prohibition of movement to secondary home. Outdoor exercise activities are allowed from 7am to 8:30am every day.
    Stage 2: Transition. Quarantine remains in place at weekends and bank holidays; social gatherings of no more than 5 people allowed inside; Evening curfew from 10pm to 5am, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; and a prohibition on movement to other regions.. You are allowed to travel to other regions or ‘comunas’ only with a special holiday permit. Outdoor exercise activities are allowed from 7am to 8:30am only from Monday to Friday.
    Stage 3: Preparation. Under this stage there are no mobility restrictions within the comuna; social gatherings capped at 15 people; Evening curfew from 10am to 5am., social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place;; and interregional travel is only allowed to regions in Stage 3, 4 and 5. You require a special holiday permit if you are travelling to a secondary home located in a region in Stage 2. In/Outdoor activities are allowed.
    Stage 4: Initial opening. Significant step that aims to re-open certain low risk activities and to avoid crowds and physical contact. Establishment of a new way of living: COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 30 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 25% capacity; restaurants and cafés allowed to open to the public at 25% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments (Education Ministry plans and health situation permitting). Evening curfew from 10pmto 5am.; social distancing still required; pubs and clubs remain closed; over 75’s allowed to leave their homes for 60 minutes per day;. Interregional travel is only allowed to regions in Stage 3, 4 and 5. You require a special holiday permit if you are travelling to a secondary home located on a region in Stage 2.
    Stage 5: Advanced opening. This step relies on the population becoming accustomed to activities in COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 150 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 75% capacity; gyms, pubs and clubs can function at 50% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments. Social distancing of 1 metre; free movement for those over 75 and movement to secondary homes allowed.
    The Government’s ‘Paso a Paso’ website outlines which phase-out stage each comuna of Chile is under the heading (‘Situación Comunal’).
    In areas in quarantine you are only allowed to leave your residence under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food supplies or medical reasons, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual. Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish.
    The government has introduced a special holiday permit (until 31 March 2021) for residents in comunas in ‘Transition’ or Stage 2. This does not apply to tourists or non-resident foreign nationals, only to Chileans and foreign residents. For more information, please see the official Chilean advice.
    Individuals that wish to pass the sanitary cordons must obtain a “Salvoconducto” permit“Health Passport” (“pasaporte sanitario”) (under “viajeros regionales” for residents or “viajeros regionales” for foreign visitors), at least 24 hours before.
    Information on the areas of Chile that have sanitary cordons is available on the Government’s ‘Plan de Acción’
    Checkpoints for health inspections are in force at various points around Santiago and elsewhere. In addition to checking the health of persons passing through, these checkpoints will be used to confirm that specific individuals who have been ordered to quarantine by medical authorities are not violating their quarantine. You will need to get a “Health Passport” prior to travel and present it at any checkpoint.
    *Public places and services: Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces, irrespective of what stage of the quarantine phase-out a comuna is in.

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    16.02.2021
  • Chile Latest News: New measures were announced by the Chilean government on February 1, set to begin Thursday, February 4 at 5:00 a.m. (OSAC, 01.02.2021). Chilean announces that from Tuesday, 22 December at 00:00 hrs, non-resident foreign nationals that have been in the UK during the last 14 days, will not be allowed entry to Chile (Gov.UK, 21.12.2020). The government of Chile announces new quarantine measures (OSAC,14.12.2020). Government reopens main border crossing, principal airport to foreign visitors on Monday 23 November (Dayton Daily News, 23.11.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry rules in response to coronavirus: All non-resident foreign nationals – who have been in the United Kingdom during the last 14 days – are not currently permitted to enter Chile. All other travellers (including Chileans, resident and non-resident foreign nationals) must complete a mandatory 10-day quarantine on arrival in Chile. After day 7, there is an option to take a local PCR test to potentially shorten the quarantine. If the result is negative, quarantine may be lifted. From 7 January 2021, all travellers (including Chileans, resident and non-resident foreign nationals) require a negative PCR test (rapid PCR tests will not be accepted) taken within 72-hours of boarding the flight to enter Chile. The mandatory 10-day quarantine will remain in place. You should be aware that Chilean health authorities at Santiago Airport are selecting passengers on arrival for random PCR testing, even when passengers have complied with the requirement to hold a negative PCR test on arrival.
    *Non-resident foreign nationals: The air border at Santiago Airport allows the entry of non-resident foreigners, who comply with the following sanitary measures: • negative PCR test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago; • a declaration form Pasaporte Sanitario, completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. Health authorities at Santiago Airport may require completion of a follow-up email form for 14 days from the arrival date; • health or travel insurance that covers COVID-related medical care up to a minimum of US $30,000 for the duration of your visit; • since 31 December, a mandatory 10-day quarantine from arrival date.

    *Chileans and resident foreign nationals: • since 31 December, an obligatory 10-day quarantine from arrival date. You should be aware that an obligatory 14-day quarantine from arrival is currently required, if you have been in the UK for the last 14 days
    • from 7 January 2021 a negative PCR test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken no more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago). Please confirm additional requirements with your airline. A declaration form Pasaporte Sanitario, must be completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. All passengers will be required to have their temperature taken on arrival.
    For more details please contact the Chilean COVID Health-line 6003607777 option 0. The Chilean authorities have closed all ports to cruise liners.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Chile: If you are travelling to the airport to catch a flight from one of the areas under quarantine or curfew, presenting your passport and boarding pass will permit you to cross any checkpoints. Use a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permissions. The government has introduced a special holiday permit (until 31 March 2021) for residents in comunas in ‘Transition’ or Stage 2. This does not apply to tourists or non-resident foreign nationals, only to Chileans and foreign residents. For more information, please see the official Chilean advice. Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces / public transport, including the airport. You risk a significant fine for not wearing a mask in public. Quarantine orders and sanitary cordons are in place in Santiago and in other parts of the country. There is currently a nationwide curfew (between 22:00- 0500, seven days a week). If you are planning to continue your trip from Santiago Airport to other regions in Chile, be aware that since 10 December a restriction for travelling from Santiago to other regions is in place and you will not be allowed to continue your journey outside of Santiago
    Be aware that if you wish to travel to Magallanes Region, you will need to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel. Chile is deploying a flexible approach to bringing municipal areas (called comunas) in and out of quarantine/sanitary cordons. New measures can be announced by the government at any time and come into force shortly after, although changes are typically announced every Wednesday and are applied from Fridays onwards.
    On 28 July, local areas (“comunas”) in Chile that were under lockdown, as part of the Chilean government’s 5stage plan, began to move from quarantine (Stage 1) into less restrictive stages. The rules on mobility in each stage are as follows:
    -Stage 1: Quarantine. Restricted mobility; permits required for essential activity; evening curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; prohibition of movement to secondary home.
    -Stage 2: Transition. Quarantine remains in place at weekends and bank holidays; social gatherings of no more than 10 people allowed inside; evening curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; and a prohibition on movement to other regions. This remains the status for much of Santiago city.
    -Stage 3: Preparation. Under this stage there will be no more mobility restrictions within the comuna; social gatherings capped at 50 people; evening curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; and a prohibition on movement to a secondary home.
    -Stage 4: Initial opening. Significant step that aims to re-open certain low risk activities and to avoid crowds and physical contact. Establishment of a new way of living: COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 50 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 25% capacity; restaurants and cafés allowed to open to the public at 25% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments (Education Ministry plans and health situation permitting). Evening curfew and cordon sanitaire dependent on local authority decision; social distancing still required; pubs and clubs remain closed; over 75’s allowed to leave their homes for 60 minutes per day; prohibition of movement to secondary home. Re-opening of borders.
    -Stage 5: Advanced opening. This step relies on the population becoming accustomed to activities in COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 150 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 75% capacity; gyms, pubs and clubs can function at 50% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments. Social distancing of 1 metre; free movement for those over 75 and movement to secondary homes allowed.
    The Government’s “Chile Atiende” website outlines which phase-out stage each comuna of Chile is in under the first heading (“En qué lugares de Chile hay cuarantena?”).
    In areas in quarantine you are only allowed to leave your residence under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food supplies or medical reasons, you must get a permit from theComisaria Virtual . Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish. The government has introduced a special holiday permit (until 31 March 2021) for residents in comunas in ‘Transition’ or Stage 2. This does not apply to tourists or non-resident foreign nationals, only to Chileans and foreign residents. For more information, please see theofficial Chilean advice“Salvoconducto” permit and a“Health Passport” (“pasaporte sanitario”) (under “viajeros regionales” for residents or “viajeros regionales” for foreign visitors), at least 24 hours before. Information on the areas of Chile that have sanitary cordons is available on the Government’s “Chile Atiende” website under the seventh heading (“Dónde hay aduanas sanitarias y cordones sanitarios?”). Checkpoints for health inspections are in force at various points around Santiago and elsewhere. In addition to checking the health of persons passing through, these checkpoints will be used to confirm that specific individuals who have been ordered to quarantine by medical authorities are not violating their quarantine. You will need to get a“Health Passport” prior to travel and present it at any checkpoint.
    *Public places and services: Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces, irrespective of what stage of the quarantine phase-out a comuna is in.

    The government of Chile has implemented measures to limit the spread of COVID-19. The following new measures were announced by the Chilean government on February 8: The imposition of a quarantine for the following comunas (begins Thursday, February 11 at 5:00 am):
    o Vichuquén (VII Region)
    o Empedrado (VII Region)
    o Parral (VII Region)
    o Purén (IX Region)
    o Collipulli (IX Region)
    o Melipeuco (IX Region)
    o Loncoche (IX Region)
    The upgrading of the following comunas from Phase 1 (Quarantine) to Phase 2 (Transition). This includes the lifting of quarantine Monday-Friday (begins Thursday, February 11 at 5:00 am):
    o Huara (I Region)
    o San Vicente (VI Region)
    o Romeral (VII Region)
    o Curicó (VII Region)
    o Maule (VII Region)
    o Molina (VII Region)
    o Teno (VII Region)
    o San Javier (VII Region)
    o Tomé (VIII Region)
    o Coronel (VIII Region)
    o Hualpén (VIII Region)
    o Penco (VIII Region)
    o Talcahuano (VIII Region)
    o Chiguayante (VIII Region)
    o Hualqui (VIII Region)
    o San Pedro de la Paz (VIII Region)
    o Concepción (VIII Region)
    o Nacimiento (VIII Region)
    o Mulchén (VIII Region)
    o Negrete (VIII Region)
    o Galvarino (IX Region)
    o Temuco (IX Region)
    o Vilcún (IX Region)
    o Valdivia (XIV Region)
    o Paillaco (XIV Region)
    The upgrading of the following comunas from Phase 2 (Transition) to Phase 3 (Preparation). This includes the lifting of quarantine on the weekends and holidays (Thursday, Feburary 11 at 5:00 am):
    o Concón (V Region)
    o Villa Alemana (V Region)
    o Quilpué (V Region)
    o Recoleta (RM)
    o Santiago Centro (RM)
    o La Florida (RM)
    o San Ramón (RM)
    o La Granja (RM)
    o La Pintana (RM)
    o Puente Alto (RM)
    o Machalí (VI Region)
    o Freire (IX Region)
    o Angol (IX Region)
    The upgrading of the following comunas from Phase 3 (Preparation) to Phase 4 (Initial Opening). This the resumption of indoor dining in restaruants, as well as the reopening of theaters and cinemas with limited capacity (begins Monday, February 8 at 5:00 am):
    San Pedro (RM), Tiltil (RM), Alhué (RM).
    The downgrading of the following comunas from Phase 3 (Preparation) to Phase 2 (Transition). This includes the reimposition of quarantines on the weekends and holidays (begins Thursday, February 11 at 5:00 am):
    La Ligua (V Region), Doñihue (VI Region), Palmilla (VI Region), San Nicolás (XVI Region), Contulmo (VIII Region), Tucapel (VIII Region), Carahue (IX Region).

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    08.02.2021
  • Chile Latest News: New measures were announced by the Chilean government on February 1, set to begin Thursday, February 4 at 5:00 a.m. (OSAC, 01.02.2021). Chilean announces that from Tuesday, 22 December at 00:00 hrs, non-resident foreign nationals that have been in the UK during the last 14 days, will not be allowed entry to Chile (Gov.UK, 21.12.2020). The government of Chile announces new quarantine measures (OSAC,14.12.2020). Government reopens main border crossing, principal airport to foreign visitors on Monday 23 November (Dayton Daily News, 23.11.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry rules in response to coronavirus: All non-resident foreign nationals – who have been in the United Kingdom during the last 14 days – are not currently permitted to enter Chile. All other travellers (including Chileans, resident and non-resident foreign nationals) must complete a mandatory 10-day quarantine on arrival in Chile. After day 7, there is an option to take a local PCR test to potentially shorten the quarantine. If the result is negative, quarantine may be lifted. From 7 January 2021, all travellers (including Chileans, resident and non-resident foreign nationals) require a negative PCR test (rapid PCR tests will not be accepted) taken within 72-hours of boarding the flight to enter Chile. The mandatory 10-day quarantine will remain in place. You should be aware that Chilean health authorities at Santiago Airport are selecting passengers on arrival for random PCR testing, even when passengers have complied with the requirement to hold a negative PCR test on arrival.
    *Non-resident foreign nationals: The air border at Santiago Airport allows the entry of non-resident foreigners, who comply with the following sanitary measures: • negative PCR test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago; • a declaration form Pasaporte Sanitario, completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. Health authorities at Santiago Airport may require completion of a follow-up email form for 14 days from the arrival date; • health or travel insurance that covers COVID-related medical care up to a minimum of US $30,000 for the duration of your visit; • since 31 December, a mandatory 10-day quarantine from arrival date.

    *Chileans and resident foreign nationals: • since 31 December, an obligatory 10-day quarantine from arrival date. You should be aware that an obligatory 14-day quarantine from arrival is currently required, if you have been in the UK for the last 14 days
    • from 7 January 2021 a negative PCR test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken no more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago). Please confirm additional requirements with your airline. A declaration form Pasaporte Sanitario, must be completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. All passengers will be required to have their temperature taken on arrival.
    For more details please contact the Chilean COVID Health-line 6003607777 option 0. The Chilean authorities have closed all ports to cruise liners.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Chile: If you are travelling to the airport to catch a flight from one of the areas under quarantine or curfew, presenting your passport and boarding pass will permit you to cross any checkpoints. Use a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permissions. The government has introduced a special holiday permit (until 31 March 2021) for residents in comunas in ‘Transition’ or Stage 2. This does not apply to tourists or non-resident foreign nationals, only to Chileans and foreign residents. For more information, please see the official Chilean advice. Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces / public transport, including the airport. You risk a significant fine for not wearing a mask in public. Quarantine orders and sanitary cordons are in place in Santiago and in other parts of the country. There is currently a nationwide curfew (between 22:00- 0500, seven days a week). If you are planning to continue your trip from Santiago Airport to other regions in Chile, be aware that since 10 December a restriction for travelling from Santiago to other regions is in place and you will not be allowed to continue your journey outside of Santiago
    Be aware that if you wish to travel to Magallanes Region, you will need to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel. Chile is deploying a flexible approach to bringing municipal areas (called comunas) in and out of quarantine/sanitary cordons. New measures can be announced by the government at any time and come into force shortly after, although changes are typically announced every Wednesday and are applied from Fridays onwards.
    On 28 July, local areas (“comunas”) in Chile that were under lockdown, as part of the Chilean government’s 5stage plan, began to move from quarantine (Stage 1) into less restrictive stages. The rules on mobility in each stage are as follows:
    -Stage 1: Quarantine. Restricted mobility; permits required for essential activity; evening curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; prohibition of movement to secondary home.
    -Stage 2: Transition. Quarantine remains in place at weekends and bank holidays; social gatherings of no more than 10 people allowed inside; evening curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; and a prohibition on movement to other regions. This remains the status for much of Santiago city.
    -Stage 3: Preparation. Under this stage there will be no more mobility restrictions within the comuna; social gatherings capped at 50 people; evening curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; and a prohibition on movement to a secondary home.
    -Stage 4: Initial opening. Significant step that aims to re-open certain low risk activities and to avoid crowds and physical contact. Establishment of a new way of living: COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 50 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 25% capacity; restaurants and cafés allowed to open to the public at 25% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments (Education Ministry plans and health situation permitting). Evening curfew and cordon sanitaire dependent on local authority decision; social distancing still required; pubs and clubs remain closed; over 75’s allowed to leave their homes for 60 minutes per day; prohibition of movement to secondary home. Re-opening of borders.
    -Stage 5: Advanced opening. This step relies on the population becoming accustomed to activities in COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 150 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 75% capacity; gyms, pubs and clubs can function at 50% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments. Social distancing of 1 metre; free movement for those over 75 and movement to secondary homes allowed.
    The Government’s “Chile Atiende” website outlines which phase-out stage each comuna of Chile is in under the first heading (“En qué lugares de Chile hay cuarantena?”).
    In areas in quarantine you are only allowed to leave your residence under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food supplies or medical reasons, you must get a permit from theComisaria Virtual . Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish. The government has introduced a special holiday permit (until 31 March 2021) for residents in comunas in ‘Transition’ or Stage 2. This does not apply to tourists or non-resident foreign nationals, only to Chileans and foreign residents. For more information, please see theofficial Chilean advice“Salvoconducto” permit and a“Health Passport” (“pasaporte sanitario”) (under “viajeros regionales” for residents or “viajeros regionales” for foreign visitors), at least 24 hours before. Information on the areas of Chile that have sanitary cordons is available on the Government’s “Chile Atiende” website under the seventh heading (“Dónde hay aduanas sanitarias y cordones sanitarios?”). Checkpoints for health inspections are in force at various points around Santiago and elsewhere. In addition to checking the health of persons passing through, these checkpoints will be used to confirm that specific individuals who have been ordered to quarantine by medical authorities are not violating their quarantine. You will need to get a“Health Passport” prior to travel and present it at any checkpoint.
    *Public places and services: Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces, irrespective of what stage of the quarantine phase-out a comuna is in.

    The government of Chile has implemented measures to limit the spread of COVID-19. The following new measures were announced by the Chilean government on 1 February: The imposition of a quarantine for the following comunas (begins Thursday, February 4 at 5:00 am): o Arica (XV Region); o Tierra Amarilla (III Region); o Perquenco (IX Region); o Quinchao (X Region); o Curaco de Vélez (X Region); o Chonchi (X Region); o Quemchi (X Region); o Coyhaique (XI Region). The upgrading of the following comunas from Phase 2 (Transition) to Phase 3 (Preparation). This includes the lifting of quarantine on the weekends and holidays (begins Thursday, February 4 at 5:00 am): o Providencia (RM); o Las Condes (RM); o Vitacura (RM); o Lo Barnechea (RM); o Maipú (RM); o Yerbas Buenas (VII Region); o Renaico (IX Region); o Chile Chico (XI Region). The downgrading of the following comunas from Phase 3 (Preparation) to Phase 2 (Transition). This includes the reimposition of quarantines on the weekends and holidays (begins Thursday, February 4 at 5:00 am): o María Elena (II Region) o Freirina (III Region) o Huasco (III Region) o Cartagena (V Region) o Petorca (V Region) o Olmué (V Region) o Colina (RM) o Pirque (RM) o Isla de Maipo (RM) o Coinco (VI Region) o Nancagua (VI Region) o San Fernando (VI Region) o Mostazal (VI Region) o Peralillo (VI Region) o San Rafael (VII Region) o Pencahue (VII Region) o Vichuquén (VII Region) o Licantén (VII Region) o Río Claro (VII Region) o San Ignacio (XVI Region) o Bulnes (XVI Region). The upgrading of the following comunas from Phase 1 (Quarantine) to Phase 2 (Transition). This includes the lifting of quarantine Monday-Friday (begins Thursday, February 4 at 5:00 am): Aysén (XI Region)

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    02.02.2021
  • Chile Latest News: Chilean announces that from Tuesday, 22 December at 00:00 hrs, non-resident foreign nationals that have been in the UK during the last 14 days, will not be allowed entry to Chile (Gov.UK, 21.12.2020). The government of Chile announces new quarantine measures (OSAC,14.12.2020). Government reopens main border crossing, principal airport to foreign visitors on Monday 23 November (Dayton Daily News, 23.11.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry rules in response to coronavirus: All non-resident foreign nationals – that have been in the United Kingdom during the last 14 days – are not currently permitted to enter Chile. Direct UK-Chile flights have been suspended until further notice.
    All travellers (including Chileans, resident and non-resident foreign nationals) must complete a mandatory 10-day quarantine on arrival in Chile. After day 7 there is an option to take a local PCR test to potentially shorten the quarantine. If the result is negative, quarantine may be lifted. From 7 January 2021 at 0500, all travellers (including Chileans, resident and non-resident foreign nationals) will require a negative PCR test (rapid PCR tests will not be accepted) taken within 72-hours of boarding the flight to enter Chile. The mandatory 10-day quarantine will remain in place.
    Airlines may require all passengers to have filled-in a “Pasaporte Sanitario” to be allowed to board their flights. This government form requests information on recent countries visited and coronavirus-related health. Once submitted, you will receive a PDF of the completed form that you can store on your phone or print.
    From 7 January 2021 at 05:00, all travellers (including Chileans, resident and non-resident foreign nationals) will require a negative PCR test (rapid PCR tests will not be accepted) taken within 72-hours of boarding the flight to enter Chile. The mandatory 10-day quarantine will remain in place.
    *Non-resident foreign nationals: The air border at Santiago Airport allows the entry of non-resident foreigners, who comply with the following sanitary measures: negative PCR test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago. A declaration form Pasaporte Sanitario, completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. Health authorities at Santiago Airport may require completion of a follow-up email form for 14 days from the arrival date. Health or travel insurance that covers COVID-related medical care up to a minimum of US $30,000 for the duration of your visit. Since 31 December, a mandatory 10-day quarantine from arrival date.
    *Chileans and resident foreign nationals: • from 31 December, an obligatory 10-day quarantine from arrival date. Your airline may require a negative PCR Sars-Covid2 test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago). Please confirm requirements with your airline. declaration form Pasaporte Sanitario, completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. All passengers will be required to have their temperature taken on arrival. For more details please contact the Chilean COVID Health-line 6003607777 option 0. The Chilean authorities have closed all ports to cruise liners.

    Internal Restrictions:
    As of January 28, the Ministry of Health has confirmed 714,143 cases of COVID-19 in Chile. The government of Chile has implemented measures to limit the spread of COVID-19. The following new measures were announced by the Chilean government on January 28: · The imposition of a quarantine for the following comunas (begins Saturday, January 30 at 5:00 am): o Diego de Almagro (III Region); o San Clemente (VII Region); o Padre Las Casas (IX Region); o Vilcún (IX Region); o Purranque (XIV Region).· The upgrading of the following comunas from Phase 2 (Transition) to Phase 3 (Preparation). This includes the lifting of quarantine on the weekends and holidays (begins Monday, February 1 at 5:00 am). o Ñuñoa (RM); o La Reina (RM); o Peñalolén (RM).· The downgrading of the following comunas from Phase 3 (Preparation) to Phase 2 (Transition). This includes the reimposition of quarantines on the weekends and holidays (begins Saturday, January 30 at 5:00 am): o Pichilemu (VI Region); o Graneros (VI Region); o Quirihue (IV Region); o La Serena (XVI Region); o Santa Juana (VIII Region); o Santa Bárbara (VIII Region); o Cunco (IX Region); o Collipulli (IX Region); o Palena (X Region); o Chaitén (VI Region); o Futaleufú (VI Region).

    *Travel in Chile: If you are travelling to the airport to catch a flight from one of the areas under quarantine or curfew, presenting your passport and boarding pass will permit you to cross any checkpoints. Use a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permissions. The government has introduced a special holiday permit (until 31 March 2021) for residents in comunas in ‘Transition’ or Stage 2. This does not apply to tourists or non-resident foreign nationals, only to Chileans and foreign residents. For more information, please see the official Chilean advice. Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces / public transport, including the airport. You risk a significant fine for not wearing a mask in public.
    Quarantine orders and sanitary cordons are in place in Santiago and in other parts of the country. There is currently a nationwide curfew (between 22:00- 0500, seven days a week). If you are planning to continue your trip from Santiago Airport to other regions in Chile, be aware that since 10 December a restriction for travelling from Santiago to other regions is in place and you will not be allowed to continue your journey outside of Santiago. Be aware that if you wish to travel to Magallanes Region, you will need to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel.
    Chile is deploying a flexible approach to bringing municipal areas (called comunas) in and out of quarantine/sanitary cordons. New measures can be announced by the government at any time and come into force shortly after, although changes are typically announced every Wednesday and are applied from Fridays onwards. On 28 July, local areas (“comunas”) in Chile that were under lockdown, as part of the Chilean government’s 5stage plan, began to move from quarantine (Stage 1) into less restrictive stages. The rules on mobility in each stage are as follows:
    Stage 1: Quarantine. Restricted mobility; permits required for essential activity; evening curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; prohibition of movement to secondary home.
    Stage 2: Transition. Quarantine remains in place at weekends and bank holidays; social gatherings of no more than 10 people allowed inside; evening curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; and a prohibition on movement to other regions. This remains the status for much of Santiago city.
    Stage 3: Preparation. Under this stage there will be no more mobility restrictions within the comuna; social gatherings capped at 50 people; evening curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; and a prohibition on movement to a secondary home.
    Stage 4: Initial opening. Significant step that aims to re-open certain low risk activities and to avoid crowds and physical contact. Establishment of a new way of living: COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 50 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 25% capacity; restaurants and cafés allowed to open to the public at 25% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments (Education Ministry plans and health situation permitting). Evening curfew and cordon sanitaire dependent on local authority decision; social distancing still required; pubs and clubs remain closed; over 75’s allowed to leave their homes for 60 minutes per day; prohibition of movement to secondary home. Re-opening of borders.
    Stage 5: Advanced opening. This step relies on the population becoming accustomed to activities in COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 150 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 75% capacity; gyms, pubs and clubs can function at 50% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments. Social distancing of 1 metre; free movement for those over 75 and movement to secondary homes allowed.
    The Government’s “Chile Atiende” website outlines which phase-out stage each comuna of Chile is in under the first heading (“En qué lugares de Chile hay cuarantena?”).
    In areas in quarantine you are only allowed to leave your residence under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food supplies or medical reasons, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual . Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish. Individuals that wish to pass the sanitary cordons must obtain a “Salvoconducto” permit and a “Health Passport” (“pasaporte sanitario”) (under “viajeros regionales” for residents or “viajeros regionales” for foreign visitors), at least 24 hours before. Information on the areas of Chile that have sanitary cordons is available on the Government’s “Chile Atiende” website under the seventh heading (“Dónde hay aduanas sanitarias y cordones sanitarios?”). Checkpoints for health inspections are in force at various points around Santiago and elsewhere. In addition to checking the health of persons passing through, these checkpoints will be used to confirm that specific individuals who have been ordered to quarantine by medical authorities are not violating their quarantine. You will need to get a “Health Passport” prior to travel and present it at any checkpoint.
    *Public places and services: Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces, irrespective of what stage of the quarantine phase-out a comuna is in.

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    28.01.2021
  • Chile Latest News: Chilean announces that from Tuesday, 22 December at 00:00 hrs, non-resident foreign nationals that have been in the UK during the last 14 days, will not be allowed entry to Chile (Gov.UK, 21.12.2020). The government of Chile announces new quarantine measures (OSAC,14.12.2020). Government reopens main border crossing, principal airport to foreign visitors on Monday 23 November (Dayton Daily News, 23.11.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry rules in response to coronavirus: All non-resident foreign nationals – that have been in the United Kingdom during the last 14 days – are not currently permitted to enter Chile. Direct UK-Chile flights have been suspended until further notice.
    All travellers (including Chileans, resident and non-resident foreign nationals) must complete a mandatory 10-day quarantine on arrival in Chile. After day 7 there is an option to take a local PCR test to potentially shorten the quarantine. If the result is negative, quarantine may be lifted. From 7 January 2021 at 0500, all travellers (including Chileans, resident and non-resident foreign nationals) will require a negative PCR test (rapid PCR tests will not be accepted) taken within 72-hours of boarding the flight to enter Chile. The mandatory 10-day quarantine will remain in place.
    Airlines may require all passengers to have filled-in a “Pasaporte Sanitario” to be allowed to board their flights. This government form requests information on recent countries visited and coronavirus-related health. Once submitted, you will receive a PDF of the completed form that you can store on your phone or print.
    From 7 January 2021 at 05:00, all travellers (including Chileans, resident and non-resident foreign nationals) will require a negative PCR test (rapid PCR tests will not be accepted) taken within 72-hours of boarding the flight to enter Chile. The mandatory 10-day quarantine will remain in place.
    *Non-resident foreign nationals: The air border at Santiago Airport allows the entry of non-resident foreigners, who comply with the following sanitary measures: negative PCR test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago. A declaration form Pasaporte Sanitario, completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. Health authorities at Santiago Airport may require completion of a follow-up email form for 14 days from the arrival date. Health or travel insurance that covers COVID-related medical care up to a minimum of US $30,000 for the duration of your visit. Since 31 December, a mandatory 10-day quarantine from arrival date.
    *Chileans and resident foreign nationals: • from 31 December, an obligatory 10-day quarantine from arrival date. Your airline may require a negative PCR Sars-Covid2 test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago). Please confirm requirements with your airline. declaration form Pasaporte Sanitario, completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. All passengers will be required to have their temperature taken on arrival. For more details please contact the Chilean COVID Health-line 6003607777 option 0. The Chilean authorities have closed all ports to cruise liners.

    Internal Restrictions:
    The government of Chile has implemented measures to limit the spread of COVID-19. The following new measures were announced by the Chilean government on January 25:
    The imposition of a quarantine for the following comunas (begins Thursday, January 28 at 5:00 a.m.):
    • Huara (I Region)
    • Constitucion (VII Region)
    • San Carlos (XVI Region)
    • Cabrero (VIII Region)
    • Tirua (VIII Region)
    • Lautaro (IX Region)
    • Pucon (VIII Region)
    • Lago Ranco (XIV Region)
    • Frutillar (X Region)
    • Los Muermos (X Region)
    • San Pablo (X Region)

    The upgrading of the following comunas from Phase 2 (Transition) to Phase 3 (Preparation). This includes the lifting of quarantine on the weekends and holidays (begins Thursday, January 28 at 5:00 a.m.):
    • San Antonio (V Region)
    • Curacavi (RM)· The downgrading of the following comunas from Phase 3 (Preparation) to Phase 2 (Transition).

    This includes the reimposition of quarantines on the weekends and holidays (begins Thursday, January 28 at 5:00 a.m.):
    • Caldera (III Region)
    • Los Vilos (IV Region)
    • Coquimbo (IV Region)
    • La Serena (IV Region)
    • Rengo (VI Region)
    • Algarrobo (V Region)
    • Til Til (RM)
    • Maria Pinto (RM)
    • Peumo (VI Region)
    • Quinta de Tilcoco (VI Region)
    • Requinoa (VI Region)
    • Olivar (VI Region)
    • Rancagua (VI Region)
    • Machali (VI Region)
    • Rauco (VII Region)
    • Parral (VII Region)
    • Puren (IX Region)
    • Curarrehue (IX Region)
    • Teodoro Schmidt (IX Region)
    • Panguipulli (X Region)

    *Travel in Chile: If you are travelling to the airport to catch a flight from one of the areas under quarantine or curfew, presenting your passport and boarding pass will permit you to cross any checkpoints. Use a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permissions. The government has introduced a special holiday permit (until 31 March 2021) for residents in comunas in ‘Transition’ or Stage 2. This does not apply to tourists or non-resident foreign nationals, only to Chileans and foreign residents. For more information, please see the official Chilean advice. Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces / public transport, including the airport. You risk a significant fine for not wearing a mask in public.
    Quarantine orders and sanitary cordons are in place in Santiago and in other parts of the country. There is currently a nationwide curfew (between 22:00- 0500, seven days a week). If you are planning to continue your trip from Santiago Airport to other regions in Chile, be aware that since 10 December a restriction for travelling from Santiago to other regions is in place and you will not be allowed to continue your journey outside of Santiago. Be aware that if you wish to travel to Magallanes Region, you will need to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel.
    Chile is deploying a flexible approach to bringing municipal areas (called comunas) in and out of quarantine/sanitary cordons. New measures can be announced by the government at any time and come into force shortly after, although changes are typically announced every Wednesday and are applied from Fridays onwards. On 28 July, local areas (“comunas”) in Chile that were under lockdown, as part of the Chilean government’s 5stage plan, began to move from quarantine (Stage 1) into less restrictive stages. The rules on mobility in each stage are as follows:
    Stage 1: Quarantine. Restricted mobility; permits required for essential activity; evening curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; prohibition of movement to secondary home.
    Stage 2: Transition. Quarantine remains in place at weekends and bank holidays; social gatherings of no more than 10 people allowed inside; evening curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; and a prohibition on movement to other regions. This remains the status for much of Santiago city.
    Stage 3: Preparation. Under this stage there will be no more mobility restrictions within the comuna; social gatherings capped at 50 people; evening curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; and a prohibition on movement to a secondary home.
    Stage 4: Initial opening. Significant step that aims to re-open certain low risk activities and to avoid crowds and physical contact. Establishment of a new way of living: COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 50 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 25% capacity; restaurants and cafés allowed to open to the public at 25% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments (Education Ministry plans and health situation permitting). Evening curfew and cordon sanitaire dependent on local authority decision; social distancing still required; pubs and clubs remain closed; over 75’s allowed to leave their homes for 60 minutes per day; prohibition of movement to secondary home. Re-opening of borders.
    Stage 5: Advanced opening. This step relies on the population becoming accustomed to activities in COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 150 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 75% capacity; gyms, pubs and clubs can function at 50% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments. Social distancing of 1 metre; free movement for those over 75 and movement to secondary homes allowed.
    The Government’s “Chile Atiende” website outlines which phase-out stage each comuna of Chile is in under the first heading (“En qué lugares de Chile hay cuarantena?”).
    In areas in quarantine you are only allowed to leave your residence under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food supplies or medical reasons, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual . Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish. Individuals that wish to pass the sanitary cordons must obtain a “Salvoconducto” permit and a “Health Passport” (“pasaporte sanitario”) (under “viajeros regionales” for residents or “viajeros regionales” for foreign visitors), at least 24 hours before. Information on the areas of Chile that have sanitary cordons is available on the Government’s “Chile Atiende” website under the seventh heading (“Dónde hay aduanas sanitarias y cordones sanitarios?”). Checkpoints for health inspections are in force at various points around Santiago and elsewhere. In addition to checking the health of persons passing through, these checkpoints will be used to confirm that specific individuals who have been ordered to quarantine by medical authorities are not violating their quarantine. You will need to get a “Health Passport” prior to travel and present it at any checkpoint.
    *Public places and services: Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces, irrespective of what stage of the quarantine phase-out a comuna is in.

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    25.01.2021
  • Chile Latest News: Chilean announces that from Tuesday, 22 December at 00:00 hrs, non-resident foreign nationals that have been in the UK during the last 14 days, will not be allowed entry to Chile (Gov.UK, 21.12.2020). The government of Chile announces new quarantine measures (OSAC,14.12.2020). Government reopens main border crossing, principal airport to foreign visitors on Monday 23 November (Dayton Daily News, 23.11.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry rules in response to coronavirus: All non-resident foreign nationals – that have been in the United Kingdom during the last 14 days – are not currently permitted to enter Chile. Direct UK-Chile flights have been suspended until further notice.
    All travellers (including Chileans, resident and non-resident foreign nationals) must complete a mandatory 10-day quarantine on arrival in Chile. After day 7 there is an option to take a local PCR test to potentially shorten the quarantine. If the result is negative, quarantine may be lifted. From 7 January 2021 at 0500, all travellers (including Chileans, resident and non-resident foreign nationals) will require a negative PCR test (rapid PCR tests will not be accepted) taken within 72-hours of boarding the flight to enter Chile. The mandatory 10-day quarantine will remain in place.
    Airlines may require all passengers to have filled-in a “Pasaporte Sanitario” to be allowed to board their flights. This government form requests information on recent countries visited and coronavirus-related health. Once submitted, you will receive a PDF of the completed form that you can store on your phone or print.
    From 7 January 2021 at 05:00, all travellers (including Chileans, resident and non-resident foreign nationals) will require a negative PCR test (rapid PCR tests will not be accepted) taken within 72-hours of boarding the flight to enter Chile. The mandatory 10-day quarantine will remain in place.
    *Non-resident foreign nationals: The air border at Santiago Airport allows the entry of non-resident foreigners, who comply with the following sanitary measures: negative PCR test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago. A declaration form Pasaporte Sanitario, completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. Health authorities at Santiago Airport may require completion of a follow-up email form for 14 days from the arrival date. Health or travel insurance that covers COVID-related medical care up to a minimum of US $30,000 for the duration of your visit. Since 31 December, a mandatory 10-day quarantine from arrival date.
    *Chileans and resident foreign nationals: • from 31 December, an obligatory 10-day quarantine from arrival date. Your airline may require a negative PCR Sars-Covid2 test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago). Please confirm requirements with your airline. declaration form Pasaporte Sanitario, completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. All passengers will be required to have their temperature taken on arrival. For more details please contact the Chilean COVID Health-line 6003607777 option 0. The Chilean authorities have closed all ports to cruise liners.

    Internal Restrictions:
    The government of Chile has implemented measures to limit the spread of COVID-19. The following new measures were announced by the Chilean government on January 21:
    · The imposition of a quarantine for the following comunas (begins Saturday, January 23 at 5:00 am):
    o Pozo Almonte (I Region)
    o Talca (VII Region)
    o Chillán (XVI Region)
    o Chillán Veijo (XVI Region)
    o Tirúa (VIII Region)
    o Los Álamos (VIII Region)
    o Lebu (VIII Region)
    o Lumaco (IX Region)
    o Traiguén (IX Region)
    o Nueva Imperial (IX Region)
    o Cholchol (IX Region)
    o Río Negro (X Region)
    o San Juan de la Costa (X Region)
    o Puyehue (X Region)
    · The upgrading of the following comunas from Phase 1 (Quarantine) to Phase 2 (Transition). This includes the removal of quarantine from Monday-Friday (begins Monday, January 25 at 5:00 am):
    o Los Ángeles (VIII Region)
    o Renaico (IX Region)
    o Angol (IX Region)
    · The upgrading of the following comunas from Phase 2 (Transition) to Phase 3 (Preparation). This includes the lifting of quarantine on the weekends and holidays (begins Monday, January 25 at 5:00 am).
    o San José de Maipo (RM)
    o La Ligua (V Region)
    o Cochrane (XI Region)
    · The downgrading of the following comunas from Phase 3 (Preparation) to Phase 2 (Transition). This includes the reimposition of quarantines on the weekends and holidays (begins Saturday, January 23 at 5:00 am):
    o Huara (I Region)
    o Tocopilla (II Region)
    o Cabildo (V Region)
    o Paine (RM)
    o Rengo (VI Region)
    o Coltauco (VI Region)
    o Pelarco (VII Region)
    o Colbún (VII Region)
    o Corral (XIV Region)
    o Lanco (XIV Region)
    o Coyhaique (XI Region)

    *Travel in Chile: If you are travelling to the airport to catch a flight from one of the areas under quarantine or curfew, presenting your passport and boarding pass will permit you to cross any checkpoints. Use a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permissions. The government has introduced a special holiday permit (until 31 March 2021) for residents in comunas in ‘Transition’ or Stage 2. This does not apply to tourists or non-resident foreign nationals, only to Chileans and foreign residents. For more information, please see the official Chilean advice. Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces / public transport, including the airport. You risk a significant fine for not wearing a mask in public.
    Quarantine orders and sanitary cordons are in place in Santiago and in other parts of the country. There is currently a nationwide curfew (between 22:00- 0500, seven days a week). If you are planning to continue your trip from Santiago Airport to other regions in Chile, be aware that since 10 December a restriction for travelling from Santiago to other regions is in place and you will not be allowed to continue your journey outside of Santiago. Be aware that if you wish to travel to Magallanes Region, you will need to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel.
    Chile is deploying a flexible approach to bringing municipal areas (called comunas) in and out of quarantine/sanitary cordons. New measures can be announced by the government at any time and come into force shortly after, although changes are typically announced every Wednesday and are applied from Fridays onwards. On 28 July, local areas (“comunas”) in Chile that were under lockdown, as part of the Chilean government’s 5stage plan, began to move from quarantine (Stage 1) into less restrictive stages. The rules on mobility in each stage are as follows:
    Stage 1: Quarantine. Restricted mobility; permits required for essential activity; evening curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; prohibition of movement to secondary home.
    Stage 2: Transition. Quarantine remains in place at weekends and bank holidays; social gatherings of no more than 10 people allowed inside; evening curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; and a prohibition on movement to other regions. This remains the status for much of Santiago city.
    Stage 3: Preparation. Under this stage there will be no more mobility restrictions within the comuna; social gatherings capped at 50 people; evening curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; and a prohibition on movement to a secondary home.
    Stage 4: Initial opening. Significant step that aims to re-open certain low risk activities and to avoid crowds and physical contact. Establishment of a new way of living: COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 50 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 25% capacity; restaurants and cafés allowed to open to the public at 25% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments (Education Ministry plans and health situation permitting). Evening curfew and cordon sanitaire dependent on local authority decision; social distancing still required; pubs and clubs remain closed; over 75’s allowed to leave their homes for 60 minutes per day; prohibition of movement to secondary home. Re-opening of borders.
    Stage 5: Advanced opening. This step relies on the population becoming accustomed to activities in COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 150 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 75% capacity; gyms, pubs and clubs can function at 50% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments. Social distancing of 1 metre; free movement for those over 75 and movement to secondary homes allowed.
    The Government’s “Chile Atiende” website outlines which phase-out stage each comuna of Chile is in under the first heading (“En qué lugares de Chile hay cuarantena?”).
    In areas in quarantine you are only allowed to leave your residence under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food supplies or medical reasons, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual . Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish. Individuals that wish to pass the sanitary cordons must obtain a “Salvoconducto” permit and a “Health Passport” (“pasaporte sanitario”) (under “viajeros regionales” for residents or “viajeros regionales” for foreign visitors), at least 24 hours before. Information on the areas of Chile that have sanitary cordons is available on the Government’s “Chile Atiende” website under the seventh heading (“Dónde hay aduanas sanitarias y cordones sanitarios?”). Checkpoints for health inspections are in force at various points around Santiago and elsewhere. In addition to checking the health of persons passing through, these checkpoints will be used to confirm that specific individuals who have been ordered to quarantine by medical authorities are not violating their quarantine. You will need to get a “Health Passport” prior to travel and present it at any checkpoint.
    *Public places and services: Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces, irrespective of what stage of the quarantine phase-out a comuna is in.

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    22.01.2021
  • Chile Latest News: Chilean announces that from Tuesday, 22 December at 00:00 hrs, non-resident foreign nationals that have been in the UK during the last 14 days, will not be allowed entry to Chile (Gov.UK, 21.12.2020). The government of Chile announces new quarantine measures (OSAC,14.12.2020). Government reopens main border crossing, principal airport to foreign visitors on Monday 23 November (Dayton Daily News, 23.11.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry rules in response to coronavirus: All non-resident foreign nationals – that have been in the United Kingdom during the last 14 days – are not currently permitted to enter Chile. Direct UK-Chile flights have been suspended until further notice.
    All travellers (including Chileans, resident and non-resident foreign nationals) must complete a mandatory 10-day quarantine on arrival in Chile. After day 7 there is an option to take a local PCR test to potentially shorten the quarantine. If the result is negative, quarantine may be lifted. From 7 January 2021 at 0500, all travellers (including Chileans, resident and non-resident foreign nationals) will require a negative PCR test (rapid PCR tests will not be accepted) taken within 72-hours of boarding the flight to enter Chile. The mandatory 10-day quarantine will remain in place.
    Airlines may require all passengers to have filled-in a “Pasaporte Sanitario” to be allowed to board their flights. This government form requests information on recent countries visited and coronavirus-related health. Once submitted, you will receive a PDF of the completed form that you can store on your phone or print.
    From 7 January 2021 at 05:00, all travellers (including Chileans, resident and non-resident foreign nationals) will require a negative PCR test (rapid PCR tests will not be accepted) taken within 72-hours of boarding the flight to enter Chile. The mandatory 10-day quarantine will remain in place.
    *Non-resident foreign nationals: The air border at Santiago Airport allows the entry of non-resident foreigners, who comply with the following sanitary measures: negative PCR test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago. A declaration form Pasaporte Sanitario, completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. Health authorities at Santiago Airport may require completion of a follow-up email form for 14 days from the arrival date. Health or travel insurance that covers COVID-related medical care up to a minimum of US $30,000 for the duration of your visit. Since 31 December, a mandatory 10-day quarantine from arrival date.
    *Chileans and resident foreign nationals: • from 31 December, an obligatory 10-day quarantine from arrival date. Your airline may require a negative PCR Sars-Covid2 test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago). Please confirm requirements with your airline. declaration form Pasaporte Sanitario, completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. All passengers will be required to have their temperature taken on arrival. For more details please contact the Chilean COVID Health-line 6003607777 option 0. The Chilean authorities have closed all ports to cruise liners.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Chile: If you are travelling to the airport to catch a flight from one of the areas under quarantine or curfew, presenting your passport and boarding pass will permit you to cross any checkpoints. Use a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permissions. The government has introduced a special holiday permit (until 31 March 2021) for residents in comunas in ‘Transition’ or Stage 2. This does not apply to tourists or non-resident foreign nationals, only to Chileans and foreign residents. For more information, please see the official Chilean advice. Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces / public transport, including the airport. You risk a significant fine for not wearing a mask in public.
    Quarantine orders and sanitary cordons are in place in Santiago and in other parts of the country. There is currently a nationwide curfew (between 22:00- 0500, seven days a week). If you are planning to continue your trip from Santiago Airport to other regions in Chile, be aware that since 10 December a restriction for travelling from Santiago to other regions is in place and you will not be allowed to continue your journey outside of Santiago. Be aware that if you wish to travel to Magallanes Region, you will need to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel.
    Chile is deploying a flexible approach to bringing municipal areas (called comunas) in and out of quarantine/sanitary cordons. New measures can be announced by the government at any time and come into force shortly after, although changes are typically announced every Wednesday and are applied from Fridays onwards. On 28 July, local areas (“comunas”) in Chile that were under lockdown, as part of the Chilean government’s 5stage plan, began to move from quarantine (Stage 1) into less restrictive stages. The rules on mobility in each stage are as follows:
    Stage 1: Quarantine. Restricted mobility; permits required for essential activity; evening curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; prohibition of movement to secondary home.
    Stage 2: Transition. Quarantine remains in place at weekends and bank holidays; social gatherings of no more than 10 people allowed inside; evening curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; and a prohibition on movement to other regions. This remains the status for much of Santiago city.
    Stage 3: Preparation. Under this stage there will be no more mobility restrictions within the comuna; social gatherings capped at 50 people; evening curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; and a prohibition on movement to a secondary home.
    Stage 4: Initial opening. Significant step that aims to re-open certain low risk activities and to avoid crowds and physical contact. Establishment of a new way of living: COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 50 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 25% capacity; restaurants and cafés allowed to open to the public at 25% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments (Education Ministry plans and health situation permitting). Evening curfew and cordon sanitaire dependent on local authority decision; social distancing still required; pubs and clubs remain closed; over 75’s allowed to leave their homes for 60 minutes per day; prohibition of movement to secondary home. Re-opening of borders.
    Stage 5: Advanced opening. This step relies on the population becoming accustomed to activities in COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 150 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 75% capacity; gyms, pubs and clubs can function at 50% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments. Social distancing of 1 metre; free movement for those over 75 and movement to secondary homes allowed.
    The Government’s “Chile Atiende” website outlines which phase-out stage each comuna of Chile is in under the first heading (“En qué lugares de Chile hay cuarantena?”).
    In areas in quarantine you are only allowed to leave your residence under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food supplies or medical reasons, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual . Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish. Individuals that wish to pass the sanitary cordons must obtain a “Salvoconducto” permit and a “Health Passport” (“pasaporte sanitario”) (under “viajeros regionales” for residents or “viajeros regionales” for foreign visitors), at least 24 hours before. Information on the areas of Chile that have sanitary cordons is available on the Government’s “Chile Atiende” website under the seventh heading (“Dónde hay aduanas sanitarias y cordones sanitarios?”). Checkpoints for health inspections are in force at various points around Santiago and elsewhere. In addition to checking the health of persons passing through, these checkpoints will be used to confirm that specific individuals who have been ordered to quarantine by medical authorities are not violating their quarantine. You will need to get a “Health Passport” prior to travel and present it at any checkpoint.
    *Public places and services: Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces, irrespective of what stage of the quarantine phase-out a comuna is in.

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    05.01.2021
  • Chile Latest News: Chilean announces that from Tuesday, 22 December at 00:00 hrs, non-resident foreign nationals that have been in the UK during the last 14 days, will not be allowed entry to Chile (Gov.UK, 21.12.2020). The government of Chile announces new quarantine measures (OSAC,14.12.2020). Government reopens main border crossing, principal airport to foreign visitors on Monday 23 November (Dayton Daily News, 23.11.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry rules in response to coronavirus: The Chilean government announced that from 22 December at 12am, non-resident foreign nationals that have been in the United Kingdom during the previous 14 days, will not be allowed entry to Chile. Additionally, all direct flights between the UK and Chile have been, suspended. This suspension will be reviewed two weeks from that date. In addition, the Chilean government has announced that from Thursday, 31 December, all other travellers including Chileans, resident and non-resident foreign nationals have to complete a mandatory 10-day quarantine on arrival in Chile. After seven days of mandatory quarantine, travellers may take a PCR test, remaining in quarantine while awaiting the result. If the result is negative, quarantine may be lifted.
    *Non-resident foreign nationals: The air border at Santiago Airport reopened on 23 November, allowing the entry of non-resident foreigners, who comply with the following sanitary measures:
    • negative PCR Sars-Covid2 test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago);
    • declaration form Pasaporte Sanitario, completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. Health authorities at Santiago Airport may require completion of a follow-up email form for 14 days from the arrival date;
    • health or travel insurance that covers COVID-related medical care up to a minimum of US$ 30,000 for the duration of your visit;
    • from 31 December, a mandatory 10-day quarantine from arrival date.
    *Chileans and resident foreign nationals: • from 31 December, an obligatory 10-day quarantine from arrival date. Your airline may require a negative PCR Sars-Covid2 test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago). Please confirm requirements with your airline. declaration form Pasaporte Sanitario, completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. All passengers will be required to have their temperature taken on arrival. For more details please contact the Chilean COVID Health-line 6003607777 option 0. The Chilean authorities have closed all ports to cruise liners.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Chile: If you are travelling to the airport to catch a flight from one of the areas under quarantine or curfew, presenting your passport and boarding pass will permit you to cross any checkpoints. Use a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permissions. Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces/public transport, including the airport. Quarantine orders and sanitary cordons are in place in Santiago and in other parts of the country. A nationwide curfew (currently running between midnight and 5am) has been in place since 22 March. If you are planning to continue your trip from Santiago Airport to other regions in Chile, be aware that since 10 December a restriction for travelling from Santiago to other regions is in place and you will not be allowed to continue your journey outside of Santiago .Be aware that if you wish to travel to Magallanes Region, you will need to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel. Chile is deploying a flexible approach to bringing municipal areas (called comunas) in and out of quarantine/sanitary cordons. New measures can be announced by the government at any time and come into force shortly after, although changes are typically announced every Wednesday and are applied from Fridays onwards. On 28 July, local areas (“comunas”) in Chile that were under lockdown, as part of the Chilean government’s 5stage plan, began to move from quarantine (Stage 1) into less restrictive stages. The rules on mobility in each stage are as follows:
    Stage 1: Quarantine. Restricted mobility; permits required for essential activity; evening curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; prohibition of movement to secondary home.
    Stage 2: Transition. Quarantine remains in place at weekends and bank holidays; social gatherings of no more than 10 people allowed inside; evening curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; and a prohibition on movement to other regions. This remains the status for much of Santiago city.
    Stage 3: Preparation. Under this stage there will be no more mobility restrictions within the comuna; social gatherings capped at 50 people; evening curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; and a prohibition on movement to a secondary home.
    Stage 4: Initial opening. Significant step that aims to re-open certain low risk activities and to avoid crowds and physical contact. Establishment of a new way of living: COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 50 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 25% capacity; restaurants and cafés allowed to open to the public at 25% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments (Education Ministry plans and health situation permitting). Evening curfew and cordon sanitaire dependent on local authority decision; social distancing still required; pubs and clubs remain closed; over 75’s allowed to leave their homes for 60 minutes per day; prohibition of movement to secondary home. Re-opening of borders.
    Stage 5: Advanced opening. This step relies on the population becoming accustomed to activities in COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 150 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 75% capacity; gyms, pubs and clubs can function at 50% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments. Social distancing of 1 metre; free movement for those over 75 and movement to secondary homes allowed.
    The Government’s “Chile Atiende” website outlines which phase-out stage each comuna of Chile is in under the first heading (“En qué lugares de Chile hay cuarantena?”).
    In areas in quarantine you are only allowed to leave your residence under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food supplies or medical reasons, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual . Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish. Individuals that wish to pass the sanitary cordons must obtain a “Salvoconducto” permit and a “Health Passport” (“pasaporte sanitario”) (under “viajeros regionales” for residents or “viajeros regionales” for foreign visitors), at least 24 hours before. Information on the areas of Chile that have sanitary cordons is available on the Government’s “Chile Atiende” website under the seventh heading (“Dónde hay aduanas sanitarias y cordones sanitarios?”). Checkpoints for health inspections are in force at various points around Santiago and elsewhere. In addition to checking the health of persons passing through, these checkpoints will be used to confirm that specific individuals who have been ordered to quarantine by medical authorities are not violating their quarantine. You will need to get a “Health Passport” prior to travel and present it at any checkpoint.
    *Public places and services: Chilean authorities require the use of face masks in all public spaces, irrespective of what stage of the quarantine phase-out a comuna is in.

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    30.12.2020
  • Chile Latest News: Chilean announces that from Tuesday, 22 December at 00:00 hrs, non-resident foreign nationals that have been in the UK during the last 14 days, will not be allowed entry to Chile (Gov.UK, 21.12.2020). The government of Chile announces new quarantine measures (OSAC,14.12.2020). Government reopens main border crossing, principal airport to foreign visitors on Monday 23 November (Dayton Daily News, 23.11.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *Non-resident foreign nationals: Since 23 November, the air border at Santiago Airport has reopened, allowing the entry of non-resident foreigners, who comply with the following sanitary measures. However, from Tuesday, 22 December at 00:00 hrs, non-resident foreign nationals that have been in the United Kingdom during the last 14 days, will not be allowed entry to Chile. Additionally, all direct flights between the UK and Chile will be suspended from that date. This suspension will be in place for two weeks until it is re-assessed.
    • negative PCR Sars-Covid2 test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago). • declaration form Pasaporte Sanitario, completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. Health authorities at Santiago Airport may require completion of a follow-up email form for 14 days from the arrival date. • Health or travel insurance that covers COVID-related medical care up to a minimum of US$ 30,000 for the duration of your visit. Since 8 December, all travellers entering Chile are exempt from quarantine restrictions but they will still have to comply with the requirements for the three documents described above.
    *Chileans and resident foreign nationals: • 14-day quarantine or negative PCR Sars-Covid2 test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago). Alternatively a negative PCR test while undergoing quarantine in Chile, remaining in quarantine until the negative result is available. • declaration form Pasaporte Sanitario, completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. Health authorities at Santiago Airport may require completion of a follow-up email form for 14 days from the arrival date. All passengers will be required to have their temperature taken on arrival. For more details please contact the Chilean COVID Health-line 6003607777 option 0. The Chilean authorities have closed all ports to cruise liners.

    Internal Restrictions:
    The following new measures were announced by the Chilean government on December 14:
    · The upgrading of the following comunas to Phase 4 (Initial Opening). This includes the opening of cinemas, theaters, and indoor dining in restaruants with limited capacity (begins Thursday, December 17 at 5:00 a.m.): All comunas in the Atacama Region.
    · The upgrading of the following comunas from Phase 1 (Quarantine) to Phase 2 (Transition). This includes the lifting of quarantine from Monday-Friday (begins Thursday, December 17 at 5:00 a.m.): Punta Arenas (XII Region). Beginning Thursday, December 17, curfew in the Magallanes Region of Chile (including Punta Arenas and Puerto Natales) will begin at 10:00 p.m. instead of 8:00 p.m.
    *Travel in Chile: If you are travelling to the airport to catch a flight from one of the areas under quarantine or curfew, presenting your passport and boarding pass will permit you to cross any checkpoints. Use a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permissions. Chilean authorities require the use of masks in all public spaces/public transport, including the airport.
    Quarantine orders and sanitary cordons are in place in Santiago and in other parts of the country. A nationwide curfew (now running between midnight and 5am) has been in place since 22 March.
    If you are planning to continue your trip from Santiago Airport to other regions, be aware that since 10 December a restriction for travelling from Santiago to other regions is in place and you will not be allowed to continue your journey outside of Santiago.
    Be aware that if you wish to travel to Magallanes Region, you will need to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel. Chile is deploying a flexible approach to bringing municipal areas (called comunas) in and out of quarantine/sanitary cordons. New measures can be announced by the government at any time and come into force shortly after, although changes are typically announced every Wednesday and are applied from Fridays onwards. On 28 July, as part of the Chilean government’s step-by-step, five stage plan for the parts of Chile under quarantine orders to emerge in a phased manner from lockdown, comunas across Chile began to move from quarantine (Stage 1) into later stages. The rules on mobility in each stage are as follows:
    Stage 1: Quarantine. Restricted mobility; permits required for essential activity; curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; prohibition of movement to secondary home. This remains the status for much of the country.
    Stage 2: Transition. Quarantine remains in place at weekends and bank holidays; social gatherings of no more than 10 people allowed; curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; and a prohibition on movement to a secondary home. Stage 3: Preparation. Under this stage there will be no more mobility restrictions within the comuna; social gatherings capped at 50 people; curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; and a prohibition on movement to a secondary home. Stage 4: Initial opening. Significant step that aims to re-open certain low risk activities and to avoid crowds and physical contact. Establishment of a new way of living: COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 50 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 25% capacity; restaurants and cafés allowed to open to the public at 25% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments (Education Ministry plans and health situation permitting). Curfew and cordon sanitaire dependent on local authority decision; social distancing still required; pubs and clubs remain closed; over 75’s allowed to leave their homes for 60 minutes per day; prohibition of movement to secondary home. Re-opening of borders.
    Stage 5: Advanced opening. This step relies on the population becoming accustomed to activities in COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 150 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 75% capacity; gyms, pubs and clubs can function at 50% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments. Social distancing of 1 metre; free movement for those over 75 and movement to secondary homes allowed. The Government’s “Chile Atiende” website outlines which phase-out stage each comuna of Chile is in under the first heading (“En qué lugares de Chile hay cuarantena?”). In areas in quarantine you are only allowed to leave your residence under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food supplies or medical reasons, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual. Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish. Individuals that wish to pass the sanitary cordons must obtain a “Salvoconducto” permit and a“Health Passport” (“pasaporte sanitario”) (under “viajeros regionales” for residents or “viajeros regionales” for foreign visitors), at least 24 hours before.
    Information on the areas of Chile that have sanitary cordons is available on the Government’s “Chile Atiende” website under the seventh heading (“Dónde hay aduanas sanitarias y cordones sanitarios?”).
    Checkpoints for health inspections are in force at various points around Santiago and elsewhere. In addition to checking the health of persons passing through, these checkpoints will be used to confirm that specific individuals who have been ordered to quarantine by medical authorities are not violating their quarantine. You will need to get a “Health Passport” prior to travel and present it at any checkpoint.
    *Public places and services: Chilean authorities require the use of masks in all public spaces, irrespective of what stage of the quarantine phase-out a comuna is in.

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    21.12.2020
  • Chile Latest News: The government of Chile announces new quarantine measures (OSAC,14.12.2020). Government reopens main border crossing, principal airport to foreign visitors on Monday 23 November (Dayton Daily News, 23.11.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *Non-resident foreign nationals: Since 23 November, the air border at Santiago Airport has reopened, allowing the entry of non-resident foreigners, who comply with the following sanitary measures: • negative PCR Sars-Covid2 test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago). • declaration form Pasaporte Sanitario, completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. Health authorities at Santiago Airport may require completion of a follow-up email form for 14 days from the arrival date. • Health or travel insurance that covers COVID-related medical care up to a minimum of US$ 30,000 for the duration of your visit. Since 8 December, all travellers entering Chile are exempt from quarantine restrictions but they will still have to comply with the requirements for the three documents described above.
    *Chileans and resident foreign nationals: • 14-day quarantine or negative PCR Sars-Covid2 test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago). Alternatively a negative PCR test while undergoing quarantine in Chile, remaining in quarantine until the negative result is available. • declaration form Pasaporte Sanitario, completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. Health authorities at Santiago Airport may require completion of a follow-up email form for 14 days from the arrival date. All passengers will be required to have their temperature taken on arrival. For more details please contact the Chilean COVID Health-line 6003607777 option 0. The Chilean authorities have closed all ports to cruise liners.

    Internal Restrictions:
    The following new measures were announced by the Chilean government on December 14:
    · The upgrading of the following comunas to Phase 4 (Initial Opening). This includes the opening of cinemas, theaters, and indoor dining in restaruants with limited capacity (begins Thursday, December 17 at 5:00 a.m.): All comunas in the Atacama Region.
    · The upgrading of the following comunas from Phase 1 (Quarantine) to Phase 2 (Transition). This includes the lifting of quarantine from Monday-Friday (begins Thursday, December 17 at 5:00 a.m.): Punta Arenas (XII Region). Beginning Thursday, December 17, curfew in the Magallanes Region of Chile (including Punta Arenas and Puerto Natales) will begin at 10:00 p.m. instead of 8:00 p.m.
    *Travel in Chile: If you are travelling to the airport to catch a flight from one of the areas under quarantine or curfew, presenting your passport and boarding pass will permit you to cross any checkpoints. Use a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permissions. Chilean authorities require the use of masks in all public spaces/public transport, including the airport.
    Quarantine orders and sanitary cordons are in place in Santiago and in other parts of the country. A nationwide curfew (now running between midnight and 5am) has been in place since 22 March.
    If you are planning to continue your trip from Santiago Airport to other regions, be aware that since 10 December a restriction for travelling from Santiago to other regions is in place and you will not be allowed to continue your journey outside of Santiago.
    Be aware that if you wish to travel to Magallanes Region, you will need to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel. Chile is deploying a flexible approach to bringing municipal areas (called comunas) in and out of quarantine/sanitary cordons. New measures can be announced by the government at any time and come into force shortly after, although changes are typically announced every Wednesday and are applied from Fridays onwards. On 28 July, as part of the Chilean government’s step-by-step, five stage plan for the parts of Chile under quarantine orders to emerge in a phased manner from lockdown, comunas across Chile began to move from quarantine (Stage 1) into later stages. The rules on mobility in each stage are as follows:
    Stage 1: Quarantine. Restricted mobility; permits required for essential activity; curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; prohibition of movement to secondary home. This remains the status for much of the country.
    Stage 2: Transition. Quarantine remains in place at weekends and bank holidays; social gatherings of no more than 10 people allowed; curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; and a prohibition on movement to a secondary home. Stage 3: Preparation. Under this stage there will be no more mobility restrictions within the comuna; social gatherings capped at 50 people; curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; and a prohibition on movement to a secondary home. Stage 4: Initial opening. Significant step that aims to re-open certain low risk activities and to avoid crowds and physical contact. Establishment of a new way of living: COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 50 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 25% capacity; restaurants and cafés allowed to open to the public at 25% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments (Education Ministry plans and health situation permitting). Curfew and cordon sanitaire dependent on local authority decision; social distancing still required; pubs and clubs remain closed; over 75’s allowed to leave their homes for 60 minutes per day; prohibition of movement to secondary home. Re-opening of borders.
    Stage 5: Advanced opening. This step relies on the population becoming accustomed to activities in COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 150 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 75% capacity; gyms, pubs and clubs can function at 50% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments. Social distancing of 1 metre; free movement for those over 75 and movement to secondary homes allowed. The Government’s “Chile Atiende” website outlines which phase-out stage each comuna of Chile is in under the first heading (“En qué lugares de Chile hay cuarantena?”). In areas in quarantine you are only allowed to leave your residence under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food supplies or medical reasons, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual. Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish. Individuals that wish to pass the sanitary cordons must obtain a “Salvoconducto” permit and a“Health Passport” (“pasaporte sanitario”) (under “viajeros regionales” for residents or “viajeros regionales” for foreign visitors), at least 24 hours before.
    Information on the areas of Chile that have sanitary cordons is available on the Government’s “Chile Atiende” website under the seventh heading (“Dónde hay aduanas sanitarias y cordones sanitarios?”).
    Checkpoints for health inspections are in force at various points around Santiago and elsewhere. In addition to checking the health of persons passing through, these checkpoints will be used to confirm that specific individuals who have been ordered to quarantine by medical authorities are not violating their quarantine. You will need to get a “Health Passport” prior to travel and present it at any checkpoint.
    *Public places and services: Chilean authorities require the use of masks in all public spaces, irrespective of what stage of the quarantine phase-out a comuna is in.

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    15.12.2020
  • Chile Latest News: The government of Chile announces new quarantine measures (OSAC,10.12.2020). Government reopens main border crossing, principal airport to foreign visitors on Monday 23 November (Dayton Daily News, 23.11.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *Non-resident foreign nationals: Since 23 November, the air border at Santiago Airport has reopened, allowing the entry of non-resident foreigners, who comply with the following sanitary measures: • negative PCR Sars-Covid2 test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago). • declaration form Pasaporte Sanitario, completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. Health authorities at Santiago Airport may require completion of a follow-up email form for 14 days from the arrival date. • Health or travel insurance that covers COVID-related medical care up to a minimum of US$ 30,000 for the duration of your visit. Since 8 December, all travellers entering Chile are exempt from quarantine restrictions but they will still have to comply with the requirements for the three documents described above.
    *Chileans and resident foreign nationals: • 14-day quarantine or negative PCR Sars-Covid2 test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago). Alternatively a negative PCR test while undergoing quarantine in Chile, remaining in quarantine until the negative result is available. • declaration form Pasaporte Sanitario, completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. Health authorities at Santiago Airport may require completion of a follow-up email form for 14 days from the arrival date. All passengers will be required to have their temperature taken on arrival. For more details please contact the Chilean COVID Health-line 6003607777 option 0. The Chilean authorities have closed all ports to cruise liners.

    Internal Restrictions:
    The following new measures were announced by the Chilean government on December 10:
    · The imposition of a quarantine for the following comunas (begins Saturday, December 12 at 5:00 am):
    o Los Ángeles (VIII Region); o Paillaco (XIV Region); o Río Bueno (XIV Region)
    · The upgrading of the following comunas from Phase 1 (Quarantine) to Phase 2 (Transition). This includes the removal of quarantine from Monday-Friday (begins Monday, December 14 at 5:00 am):
    o Futrono (XIV Region); o Los Lagos (XIV Region); o Puqueldón (X Region);
    · The upgrading of the following comunas from Phase 2 (Transition) to Phase 3 (Preparation). This includes the lifting of quarantine on the weekends and holidays (begins December 14 at 5:00 am):
    o Quillón (XVI Region); o Parral (VII Region); o Río Negro (X Region)
    · The downgrading of the following comunas from Phase 4 (Initial Opening) to Phase 3 (Initial Preparation). This includes the closure of cinemas and theaters, as well as indoor dining at restaurants (begins Saturday, December 12 at 5:00 am):
    o Combaralá (IV Region); o Punitaqui (IV Region); o Monte Patria (IV Region); o Río Hurtado (IV Region)
    · The downgrading of the following comunas from Phase 3 (Preparation) to Phase 2 (Transition). This includes the reimposition of quarantines on the weekends and holidays (begins Saturday, December 12 at 5:00 am):
    o Ovalle (IV Region); o Cabrero (VIII Region); o Yumbel (VIII Region); o Laja (VIII Region); o Tirúa (VIII Region); o Penco (VIII Region); o San José de la Mariquina (XIV Region)
    Beginning Thursday, December 10, restaurants in comunas in Paso 2 will be allowed to operate with outdoor seating only. Note that for comunas in Pasos 1 and 2, interregional trips are prohibited.
    *Travel in Chile: If you are travelling to the airport to catch a flight from one of the areas under quarantine or curfew, presenting your passport and boarding pass will permit you to cross any checkpoints. Use a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permissions. Chilean authorities require the use of masks in all public spaces/public transport, including the airport.
    Quarantine orders and sanitary cordons are in place in Santiago and in other parts of the country. A nationwide curfew (now running between 11pm to 5am) has been in place since 22 March.
    Be aware that if you wish to travel to Magallanes Region, you will need to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel. Chile is deploying a flexible approach to bringing municipal areas (called comunas) in and out of quarantine/sanitary cordons. New measures can be announced by the government at any time and come into force shortly after, although changes are typically announced every Wednesday and are applied from Fridays onwards. On 28 July, as part of the Chilean government’s step-by-step, five stage plan for the parts of Chile under quarantine orders to emerge in a phased manner from lockdown, comunas across Chile began to move from quarantine (Stage 1) into later stages. The rules on mobility in each stage are as follows: Stage 1: Quarantine. Restricted mobility; permits required for essential activity; curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; prohibition of movement to secondary home. This remains the status for much of the country. Stage 2: Transition. Quarantine remains in place at weekends and bank holidays; social gatherings of no more than 10 people allowed; curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; and a prohibition on movement to a secondary home. Stage 3: Preparation. Under this stage there will be no more mobility restrictions within the comuna; social gatherings capped at 50 people; curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; and a prohibition on movement to a secondary home. Stage 4: Initial opening. Significant step that aims to re-open certain low risk activities and to avoid crowds and physical contact. Establishment of a new way of living: COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 50 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 25% capacity; restaurants and cafés allowed to open to the public at 25% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments (Education Ministry plans and health situation permitting). Curfew and cordon sanitaire dependent on local authority decision; social distancing still required; pubs and clubs remain closed; over 75’s allowed to leave their homes for 60 minutes per day; prohibition of movement to secondary home. Re-opening of borders.
    Stage 5: Advanced opening. This step relies on the population becoming accustomed to activities in COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 150 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 75% capacity; gyms, pubs and clubs can function at 50% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments. Social distancing of 1 metre; free movement for those over 75 and movement to secondary homes allowed. The Government’s “Chile Atiende” website outlines which phase-out stage each comuna of Chile is in under the first heading (“En qué lugares de Chile hay cuarantena?”). In areas in quarantine you are only allowed to leave your residence under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food supplies or medical reasons, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual. Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish. Individuals that wish to pass the sanitary cordons must obtain a “Salvoconducto” permit and a“Health Passport” (“pasaporte sanitario”) (under “viajeros regionales” for residents or “viajeros regionales” for foreign visitors), at least 24 hours before.
    Information on the areas of Chile that have sanitary cordons is available on the Government’s “Chile Atiende” website under the seventh heading (“Dónde hay aduanas sanitarias y cordones sanitarios?”).
    Checkpoints for health inspections are in force at various points around Santiago and elsewhere. In addition to checking the health of persons passing through, these checkpoints will be used to confirm that specific individuals who have been ordered to quarantine by medical authorities are not violating their quarantine. You will need to get a “Health Passport” prior to travel and present it at any checkpoint.
    *Public places and services: Chilean authorities require the use of masks in all public spaces, irrespective of what stage of the quarantine phase-out a comuna is in.

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    11.12.2020
  • Chile Latest News: Government reopens main border crossing, principal airport to foreign visitors on Monday 23 November (Dayton Daily News, 23.11.2020). Government to allow entry of international travelers from 23 November (Simple Flying, 14.11.2020). New changes in COVID-19 quarantine measures from 5 November (02.11.2020). Santiago area gradually emerges from COVID-19 lockdown.Currently, 15 boroughs in the metropolitan area are still under lockdown. (Xinhua, 08.09.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *Non-resident foreign nationals: Since 23 November, the air border at Santiago Airport has reopened, allowing the entry of non-resident foreigners, who comply with the following sanitary measures: • negative PCR Sars-Covid2 test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago). • declaration form Pasaporte Sanitario, completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. Health authorities at Santiago Airport may require completion of a follow-up email form for 14 days from the arrival date. • Health or travel insurance that covers COVID-related medical care up to a minimum of US$ 30,000 for the duration of your visit. Since 8 December, all travellers entering Chile are exempt from quarantine restrictions but they will still have to comply with the requirements for the three documents described above.
    *Chileans and resident foreign nationals: • 14-day quarantine or negative PCR Sars-Covid2 test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago). Alternatively a negative PCR test while undergoing quarantine in Chile, remaining in quarantine until the negative result is available. • declaration form Pasaporte Sanitario, completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. Health authorities at Santiago Airport may require completion of a follow-up email form for 14 days from the arrival date. All passengers will be required to have their temperature taken on arrival. For more details please contact the Chilean COVID Health-line 6003607777 option 0. The Chilean authorities have closed all ports to cruise liners.

    Internal Restrictions:
    The following new measures were announced by the Chilean government on December 7:
    · The downgrading of the following comunas from Phase 3 (Preparation) to Phase 2 (Transition). This includes the imposition of a quarantine on the weekends and during holidays (begins Thursday, December 10 at 5:00 a.m.):
    • All comunas in the Metropolitan Region (RM) of Santiago
    • Renaico (IX Region)
    · The imposition of a quarantine for the following comunas (begins Thursday, December 10 at 5:00 a.m.):
    • Arauco (VIII Region)
    • Los Sauces (IX Region)
    • Angol (IX Region) Puerto Williams (XII Region)
    Beginning Thursday, December 10, restaurants in comunas in Paso 2 will be allowed to operate with outdoor seating only. Note that for comunas in Pasos 1 and 2, interregional trips are prohibited.
    *Travel in Chile: If you are travelling to the airport to catch a flight from one of the areas under quarantine or curfew, presenting your passport and boarding pass will permit you to cross any checkpoints. Use a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permissions. Chilean authorities require the use of masks in all public spaces/public transport, including the airport.
    Quarantine orders and sanitary cordons are in place in Santiago and in other parts of the country. A nationwide curfew (now running between 11pm to 5am) has been in place since 22 March.
    Be aware that if you wish to travel to Magallanes Region, you will need to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel. Chile is deploying a flexible approach to bringing municipal areas (called comunas) in and out of quarantine/sanitary cordons. New measures can be announced by the government at any time and come into force shortly after, although changes are typically announced every Wednesday and are applied from Fridays onwards. On 28 July, as part of the Chilean government’s step-by-step, five stage plan for the parts of Chile under quarantine orders to emerge in a phased manner from lockdown, comunas across Chile began to move from quarantine (Stage 1) into later stages. The rules on mobility in each stage are as follows: Stage 1: Quarantine. Restricted mobility; permits required for essential activity; curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; prohibition of movement to secondary home. This remains the status for much of the country. Stage 2: Transition. Quarantine remains in place at weekends and bank holidays; social gatherings of no more than 10 people allowed; curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; and a prohibition on movement to a secondary home. Stage 3: Preparation. Under this stage there will be no more mobility restrictions within the comuna; social gatherings capped at 50 people; curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; and a prohibition on movement to a secondary home. Stage 4: Initial opening. Significant step that aims to re-open certain low risk activities and to avoid crowds and physical contact. Establishment of a new way of living: COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 50 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 25% capacity; restaurants and cafés allowed to open to the public at 25% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments (Education Ministry plans and health situation permitting). Curfew and cordon sanitaire dependent on local authority decision; social distancing still required; pubs and clubs remain closed; over 75’s allowed to leave their homes for 60 minutes per day; prohibition of movement to secondary home. Re-opening of borders.
    Stage 5: Advanced opening. This step relies on the population becoming accustomed to activities in COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 150 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 75% capacity; gyms, pubs and clubs can function at 50% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments. Social distancing of 1 metre; free movement for those over 75 and movement to secondary homes allowed. The Government’s “Chile Atiende” website outlines which phase-out stage each comuna of Chile is in under the first heading (“En qué lugares de Chile hay cuarantena?”). In areas in quarantine you are only allowed to leave your residence under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food supplies or medical reasons, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual. Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish. Individuals that wish to pass the sanitary cordons must obtain a “Salvoconducto” permit and a“Health Passport” (“pasaporte sanitario”) (under “viajeros regionales” for residents or “viajeros regionales” for foreign visitors), at least 24 hours before.
    Information on the areas of Chile that have sanitary cordons is available on the Government’s “Chile Atiende” website under the seventh heading (“Dónde hay aduanas sanitarias y cordones sanitarios?”).
    Checkpoints for health inspections are in force at various points around Santiago and elsewhere. In addition to checking the health of persons passing through, these checkpoints will be used to confirm that specific individuals who have been ordered to quarantine by medical authorities are not violating their quarantine. You will need to get a “Health Passport” prior to travel and present it at any checkpoint.
    *Public places and services: Chilean authorities require the use of masks in all public spaces, irrespective of what stage of the quarantine phase-out a comuna is in.

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    09.12.2020
  • Chile Latest News: Government reopens main border crossing, principal airport to foreign visitors on Monday 23 November (Dayton Daily News, 23.11.2020). Government to allow entry of international travelers from 23 November (Simple Flying, 14.11.2020). New changes in COVID-19 quarantine measures from 5 November (02.11.2020). Santiago area gradually emerges from COVID-19 lockdown.Currently, 15 boroughs in the metropolitan area are still under lockdown. (Xinhua, 08.09.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry rules in response to coronavirus for Chileans, residents and non-resident foreigners:
    *Non-resident foreign nationals: Since 23 November, the air border at Santiago Airport has reopened, allowing the entry of non-resident foreigners, who comply with the following sanitary measures: • negative PCR Sars-Covid2 test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago).declaration form Pasaporte Sanitario, completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. Health authorities at Santiago Airport may require completion of a follow-up email form for 14 days from the arrival date. Health or travel insurance that covers COVID-related medical care up to a minimum of US$ 30,000 for the duration of your visit. Since 8 December, all travellers entering Chile are exempt from quarantine restrictions but they will still have to comply with the requirements for the three documents described above.
    *Chileans and resident foreign nationals: • 14-day quarantine or negative PCR Sars-Covid2 test (rapid tests are not acceptable), taken not more than 72 hours before boarding the final flight into Santiago). Alternatively a negative PCR test while undergoing quarantine in Chile, remaining in quarantine until the negative result is available. • declaration form Pasaporte Sanitario, completed before entry. This will generate a QR-code by separate email, which must be shown at entry. Health authorities at Santiago Airport may require completion of a follow-up email form for 14 days from the arrival date.• health or travel insurance that covers COVID-related medical care up to a minimum of US$ 30,000 for the duration of your visit. All passengers will be required to have their temperature taken on arrival. For more details please contact the Chilean COVID Health-line 6003607777 option 0. The Chilean authorities have closed all ports to cruise liners.

    Internal Restrictions:
    The following new measures were announced by the Chilean government on December 7:
    · The downgrading of the following comunas from Phase 3 (Preparation) to Phase 2 (Transition). This includes the imposition of a quarantine on the weekends and during holidays (begins Thursday, December 10 at 5:00 a.m.):
    • All comunas in the Metropolitan Region (RM) of Santiago
    • Renaico (IX Region)
    · The imposition of a quarantine for the following comunas (begins Thursday, December 10 at 5:00 a.m.):
    • Arauco (VIII Region)
    • Los Sauces (IX Region)
    • Angol (IX Region) Puerto Williams (XII Region)
    Beginning Thursday, December 10, restaurants in comunas in Paso 2 will be allowed to operate with outdoor seating only. Note that for comunas in Pasos 1 and 2, interregional trips are prohibited.
    *Travel in Chile: If you are travelling to the airport to catch a flight from one of the areas under quarantine or curfew, presenting your passport and boarding pass will permit you to cross any checkpoints. Use a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permissions. Chilean authorities require the use of masks in all public spaces/public transport, including the airport.
    Quarantine orders and sanitary cordons are in place in Santiago and in other parts of the country. A nationwide curfew (now running between 11pm to 5am) has been in place since 22 March.
    Be aware that if you wish to travel to Magallanes Region, you will need to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel. Chile is deploying a flexible approach to bringing municipal areas (called comunas) in and out of quarantine/sanitary cordons. New measures can be announced by the government at any time and come into force shortly after, although changes are typically announced every Wednesday and are applied from Fridays onwards. On 28 July, as part of the Chilean government’s step-by-step, five stage plan for the parts of Chile under quarantine orders to emerge in a phased manner from lockdown, comunas across Chile began to move from quarantine (Stage 1) into later stages. The rules on mobility in each stage are as follows: Stage 1: Quarantine. Restricted mobility; permits required for essential activity; curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; prohibition of movement to secondary home. This remains the status for much of the country. Stage 2: Transition. Quarantine remains in place at weekends and bank holidays; social gatherings of no more than 10 people allowed; curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; and a prohibition on movement to a secondary home. Stage 3: Preparation. Under this stage there will be no more mobility restrictions within the comuna; social gatherings capped at 50 people; curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; and a prohibition on movement to a secondary home. Stage 4: Initial opening. Significant step that aims to re-open certain low risk activities and to avoid crowds and physical contact. Establishment of a new way of living: COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 50 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 25% capacity; restaurants and cafés allowed to open to the public at 25% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments (Education Ministry plans and health situation permitting). Curfew and cordon sanitaire dependent on local authority decision; social distancing still required; pubs and clubs remain closed; over 75’s allowed to leave their homes for 60 minutes per day; prohibition of movement to secondary home. Re-opening of borders.
    Stage 5: Advanced opening. This step relies on the population becoming accustomed to activities in COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 150 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 75% capacity; gyms, pubs and clubs can function at 50% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments. Social distancing of 1 metre; free movement for those over 75 and movement to secondary homes allowed. The Government’s “Chile Atiende” website outlines which phase-out stage each comuna of Chile is in under the first heading (“En qué lugares de Chile hay cuarantena?”). In areas in quarantine you are only allowed to leave your residence under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food supplies or medical reasons, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual. Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish. Individuals that wish to pass the sanitary cordons must obtain a “Salvoconducto” permit and a“Health Passport” (“pasaporte sanitario”) (under “viajeros regionales” for residents or “viajeros regionales” for foreign visitors), at least 24 hours before.
    Information on the areas of Chile that have sanitary cordons is available on the Government’s “Chile Atiende” website under the seventh heading (“Dónde hay aduanas sanitarias y cordones sanitarios?”).
    Checkpoints for health inspections are in force at various points around Santiago and elsewhere. In addition to checking the health of persons passing through, these checkpoints will be used to confirm that specific individuals who have been ordered to quarantine by medical authorities are not violating their quarantine. You will need to get a “Health Passport” prior to travel and present it at any checkpoint.
    *Public places and services: Chilean authorities require the use of masks in all public spaces, irrespective of what stage of the quarantine phase-out a comuna is in.

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    08.12.2020
  • Chile Latest News: Government reopens main border crossing, principal airport to foreign visitors on Monday 23 November (Dayton Daily News, 23.11.2020). Government to allow entry of international travelers from 23 November (Simple Flying, 14.11.2020). New changes in COVID-19 quarantine measures from 5 November (02.11.2020). Santiago area gradually emerges from COVID-19 lockdown.Currently, 15 boroughs in the metropolitan area are still under lockdown. (Xinhua, 08.09.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Chile: On 18 March 2020 the Chilean Government introduced a prohibition on entry into the country, except for Chilean nationals and foreign nationals with valid residency visas for Chile. However, if you can prove family connections with Chileans or foreigners resident in Chile, you can contact the nearest Chilean Consulate to request a ‘special permit to entry’ (Salvoconducto) prior to your travel. It is possible to transit through Chile, as long as you remain airside throughout your journey.
    *Quarantine requirements: Chile has a mandatory 14-day quarantine for all arrivals. If you are travelling by air, you will be handed a health form to fill in during the flight, to hand to authorities on arrival. At the airport, you will have your temperature checked. You will also need to confirm to authorities where you will be staying during quarantine and provide details of how you will be travelling to that location (including the name of the taxi company that you are using, if relevant). Since 19 October, Chilean nationals, foreign nationals with Chilean residency and non-residents carrying a special permit of entry (salvoconducto) issued by a Chilean Consulate overseas, can request a quarantine exemption on arrival if they can show a negative PCR-test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Chile. This test should be completed by a recognised laboratory licensed to do such tests. If travellers do not have a negative PCR-test on arrival, the 14-day quarantine restriction from arrival date is mandatory. Travellers with quarantine restrictions also have the option to take a PCR-test in Chile. This could reduce the time spent in quarantine. This request must be arranged by the traveller on arrival. The local health authorities will need to confirm the negative PCR-test result. You should be aware that health authorities are prioritising requests based on compassionate reasons. For more details please contact the Chilean COVID Health-line 6003607777 option 0. The Chilean authorities have closed all ports to cruise liners.

    Internal Restrictions:
    The following new measures were announced by the Chilean government on December 7:
    · The downgrading of the following comunas from Phase 3 (Preparation) to Phase 2 (Transition). This includes the imposition of a quarantine on the weekends and during holidays (begins Thursday, December 10 at 5:00 a.m.):
    • All comunas in the Metropolitan Region (RM) of Santiago
    • Renaico (IX Region)
    · The imposition of a quarantine for the following comunas (begins Thursday, December 10 at 5:00 a.m.):
    • Arauco (VIII Region)
    • Los Sauces (IX Region)
    • Angol (IX Region) Puerto Williams (XII Region)
    Beginning Thursday, December 10, restaurants in comunas in Paso 2 will be allowed to operate with outdoor seating only. Note that for comunas in Pasos 1 and 2, interregional trips are prohibited.
    *Travel in Chile: If you are travelling to the airport to catch a flight from one of the areas under quarantine or curfew, presenting your passport and boarding pass will permit you to cross any checkpoints. Use a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permissions. Chilean authorities require the use of masks in all public spaces/public transport, including the airport.
    Quarantine orders and sanitary cordons are in place in Santiago and in other parts of the country. A nationwide curfew (now running between 11pm to 5am) has been in place since 22 March.
    Be aware that if you wish to travel to Magallanes Region, you will need to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel. Chile is deploying a flexible approach to bringing municipal areas (called comunas) in and out of quarantine/sanitary cordons. New measures can be announced by the government at any time and come into force shortly after, although changes are typically announced every Wednesday and are applied from Fridays onwards. On 28 July, as part of the Chilean government’s step-by-step, five stage plan for the parts of Chile under quarantine orders to emerge in a phased manner from lockdown, comunas across Chile began to move from quarantine (Stage 1) into later stages. The rules on mobility in each stage are as follows: Stage 1: Quarantine. Restricted mobility; permits required for essential activity; curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; prohibition of movement to secondary home. This remains the status for much of the country. Stage 2: Transition. Quarantine remains in place at weekends and bank holidays; social gatherings of no more than 10 people allowed; curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; and a prohibition on movement to a secondary home. Stage 3: Preparation. Under this stage there will be no more mobility restrictions within the comuna; social gatherings capped at 50 people; curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; and a prohibition on movement to a secondary home. Stage 4: Initial opening. Significant step that aims to re-open certain low risk activities and to avoid crowds and physical contact. Establishment of a new way of living: COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 50 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 25% capacity; restaurants and cafés allowed to open to the public at 25% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments (Education Ministry plans and health situation permitting). Curfew and cordon sanitaire dependent on local authority decision; social distancing still required; pubs and clubs remain closed; over 75’s allowed to leave their homes for 60 minutes per day; prohibition of movement to secondary home. Re-opening of borders.
    Stage 5: Advanced opening. This step relies on the population becoming accustomed to activities in COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 150 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 75% capacity; gyms, pubs and clubs can function at 50% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments. Social distancing of 1 metre; free movement for those over 75 and movement to secondary homes allowed. The Government’s “Chile Atiende” website outlines which phase-out stage each comuna of Chile is in under the first heading (“En qué lugares de Chile hay cuarantena?”). In areas in quarantine you are only allowed to leave your residence under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food supplies or medical reasons, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual. Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish. Individuals that wish to pass the sanitary cordons must obtain a “Salvoconducto” permit and a“Health Passport” (“pasaporte sanitario”) (under “viajeros regionales” for residents or “viajeros regionales” for foreign visitors), at least 24 hours before.
    Information on the areas of Chile that have sanitary cordons is available on the Government’s “Chile Atiende” website under the seventh heading (“Dónde hay aduanas sanitarias y cordones sanitarios?”).
    Checkpoints for health inspections are in force at various points around Santiago and elsewhere. In addition to checking the health of persons passing through, these checkpoints will be used to confirm that specific individuals who have been ordered to quarantine by medical authorities are not violating their quarantine. You will need to get a “Health Passport” prior to travel and present it at any checkpoint.
    *Public places and services: Chilean authorities require the use of masks in all public spaces, irrespective of what stage of the quarantine phase-out a comuna is in.

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    07.12.2020
  • Chile Latest News: Government to allow entry of international travelers from 23 November (Simple Flying, 14.11.2020). New changes in COVID-19 quarantine measures from 5 November (02.11.2020). Santiago area gradually emerges from COVID-19 lockdown.Currently, 15 boroughs in the metropolitan area are still under lockdown. (Xinhua, 08.09.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Chile: On 18 March 2020 the Chilean Government introduced a prohibition on entry into the country, except for Chilean nationals and foreign nationals with valid residency visas for Chile. However, if you can prove family connections with Chileans or foreigners resident in Chile, you can contact the nearest Chilean Consulate to request a ‘special permit to entry’ (Salvoconducto) prior to your travel. It is possible to transit through Chile, as long as you remain airside throughout your journey.
    *Quarantine requirements: Chile has a mandatory 14-day quarantine for all arrivals. If you are travelling by air, you will be handed a health form to fill in during the flight, to hand to authorities on arrival. At the airport, you will have your temperature checked. You will also need to confirm to authorities where you will be staying during quarantine and provide details of how you will be travelling to that location (including the name of the taxi company that you are using, if relevant). Since 19 October, Chilean nationals, foreign nationals with Chilean residency and non-residents carrying a special permit of entry (salvoconducto) issued by a Chilean Consulate overseas, can request a quarantine exemption on arrival if they can show a negative PCR-test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Chile. This test should be completed by a recognised laboratory licensed to do such tests. If travellers do not have a negative PCR-test on arrival, the 14-day quarantine restriction from arrival date is mandatory. Travellers with quarantine restrictions also have the option to take a PCR-test in Chile. This could reduce the time spent in quarantine. This request must be arranged by the traveller on arrival. The local health authorities will need to confirm the negative PCR-test result. You should be aware that health authorities are prioritising requests based on compassionate reasons. For more details please contact the Chilean COVID Health-line 6003607777 option 0. The Chilean authorities have closed all ports to cruise liners.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Chile: If you are travelling to the airport to catch a flight from one of the areas under quarantine or curfew, presenting your passport and boarding pass will permit you to cross any checkpoints. Use a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permissions. Chilean authorities require the use of masks in all public spaces/public transport, including the airport.
    Quarantine orders and sanitary cordons are in place in Santiago and in other parts of the country. A nationwide curfew (now running between 11pm to 5am) has been in place since 22 March.
    Be aware that if you wish to travel to Magallanes Region, you will need to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel. Chile is deploying a flexible approach to bringing municipal areas (called comunas) in and out of quarantine/sanitary cordons. New measures can be announced by the government at any time and come into force shortly after, although changes are typically announced every Wednesday and are applied from Fridays onwards. On 28 July, as part of the Chilean government’s step-by-step, five stage plan for the parts of Chile under quarantine orders to emerge in a phased manner from lockdown, comunas across Chile began to move from quarantine (Stage 1) into later stages. The rules on mobility in each stage are as follows: Stage 1: Quarantine. Restricted mobility; permits required for essential activity; curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; prohibition of movement to secondary home. This remains the status for much of the country. Stage 2: Transition. Quarantine remains in place at weekends and bank holidays; social gatherings of no more than 10 people allowed; curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; and a prohibition on movement to a secondary home. Stage 3: Preparation. Under this stage there will be no more mobility restrictions within the comuna; social gatherings capped at 50 people; curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; and a prohibition on movement to a secondary home. Stage 4: Initial opening. Significant step that aims to re-open certain low risk activities and to avoid crowds and physical contact. Establishment of a new way of living: COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 50 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 25% capacity; restaurants and cafés allowed to open to the public at 25% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments (Education Ministry plans and health situation permitting). Curfew and cordon sanitaire dependent on local authority decision; social distancing still required; pubs and clubs remain closed; over 75’s allowed to leave their homes for 60 minutes per day; prohibition of movement to secondary home. Re-opening of borders.
    Stage 5: Advanced opening. This step relies on the population becoming accustomed to activities in COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 150 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 75% capacity; gyms, pubs and clubs can function at 50% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments. Social distancing of 1 metre; free movement for those over 75 and movement to secondary homes allowed. The Government’s “Chile Atiende” website outlines which phase-out stage each comuna of Chile is in under the first heading (“En qué lugares de Chile hay cuarantena?”). In areas in quarantine you are only allowed to leave your residence under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food supplies or medical reasons, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual. Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish. Individuals that wish to pass the sanitary cordons must obtain a “Salvoconducto” permit and a“Health Passport” (“pasaporte sanitario”) (under “viajeros regionales” for residents or “viajeros regionales” for foreign visitors), at least 24 hours before.
    Information on the areas of Chile that have sanitary cordons is available on the Government’s “Chile Atiende” website under the seventh heading (“Dónde hay aduanas sanitarias y cordones sanitarios?”).
    Checkpoints for health inspections are in force at various points around Santiago and elsewhere. In addition to checking the health of persons passing through, these checkpoints will be used to confirm that specific individuals who have been ordered to quarantine by medical authorities are not violating their quarantine. You will need to get a “Health Passport” prior to travel and present it at any checkpoint.
    *Public places and services: Chilean authorities require the use of masks in all public spaces, irrespective of what stage of the quarantine phase-out a comuna is in.

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    20.11.2020
  • Chile Latest News: Santiago area gradually emerges from COVID-19 lockdown.Currently, 15 boroughs in the metropolitan area are still under lockdown. (Xinhua, 08.09.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Chile: On 18 March 2020 the Chilean Government introduced a prohibition on entry into the country, except for Chilean nationals and foreign nationals with valid residency visas for Chile. However, if you can prove family connections with Chileans or foreigners resident in Chile, you can contact the nearest Chilean Consulate to request a ‘special permit to entry’ (Salvoconducto) prior to your travel. It is possible to transit through Chile, as long as you remain airside throughout your journey.
    *Quarantine requirements: Chile has a mandatory 14-day quarantine for all arrivals. If you are travelling by air, you will be handed a health form to fill in during the flight, to hand to authorities on arrival. At the airport, you will have your temperature checked. You will also need to confirm to authorities where you will be staying during quarantine and provide details of how you will be travelling to that location (including the name of the taxi company that you are using, if relevant). Since 19 October, Chilean nationals, foreign nationals with Chilean residency and non-residents carrying a special permit of entry (salvoconducto) issued by a Chilean Consulate overseas, can request a quarantine exemption on arrival if they can show a negative PCR-test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Chile. This test should be completed by a recognised laboratory licensed to do such tests. If travellers do not have a negative PCR-test on arrival, the 14-day quarantine restriction from arrival date is mandatory. Travellers with quarantine restrictions also have the option to take a PCR-test in Chile. This could reduce the time spent in quarantine. This request must be arranged by the traveller on arrival. The local health authorities will need to confirm the negative PCR-test result. You should be aware that health authorities are prioritising requests based on compassionate reasons. For more details please contact the Chilean COVID Health-line 6003607777 option 0. The Chilean authorities have closed all ports to cruise liners.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Chile: If you are travelling to the airport to catch a flight from one of the areas under quarantine or curfew, presenting your passport and boarding pass will permit you to cross any checkpoints. Use a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permissions. Chilean authorities require the use of masks in all public spaces/public transport, including the airport.
    Quarantine orders and sanitary cordons are in place in Santiago and in other parts of the country. A nationwide curfew (now running between 11pm to 5am) has been in place since 22 March.
    Be aware that if you wish to travel to Magallanes Region, you will need to provide proof of a negative PCR-test result given within 72 hours prior to travel. Chile is deploying a flexible approach to bringing municipal areas (called comunas) in and out of quarantine/sanitary cordons. New measures can be announced by the government at any time and come into force shortly after, although changes are typically announced every Wednesday and are applied from Fridays onwards. On 28 July, as part of the Chilean government’s step-by-step, five stage plan for the parts of Chile under quarantine orders to emerge in a phased manner from lockdown, comunas across Chile began to move from quarantine (Stage 1) into later stages. The rules on mobility in each stage are as follows: Stage 1: Quarantine. Restricted mobility; permits required for essential activity; curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; prohibition of movement to secondary home. This remains the status for much of the country. Stage 2: Transition. Quarantine remains in place at weekends and bank holidays; social gatherings of no more than 10 people allowed; curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; and a prohibition on movement to a secondary home. Stage 3: Preparation. Under this stage there will be no more mobility restrictions within the comuna; social gatherings capped at 50 people; curfew, social distancing and cordon sanitaire in place; obligatory quarantine for those over 75; and a prohibition on movement to a secondary home. Stage 4: Initial opening. Significant step that aims to re-open certain low risk activities and to avoid crowds and physical contact. Establishment of a new way of living: COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 50 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 25% capacity; restaurants and cafés allowed to open to the public at 25% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments (Education Ministry plans and health situation permitting). Curfew and cordon sanitaire dependent on local authority decision; social distancing still required; pubs and clubs remain closed; over 75’s allowed to leave their homes for 60 minutes per day; prohibition of movement to secondary home. Re-opening of borders.
    Stage 5: Advanced opening. This step relies on the population becoming accustomed to activities in COVID MODE. Social gatherings with no more than 150 people permitted; cinemas, theatres, restaurants and cafes allowed to function at 75% capacity; gyms, pubs and clubs can function at 50% capacity; gradual return to physical classes in education establishments. Social distancing of 1 metre; free movement for those over 75 and movement to secondary homes allowed. The Government’s “Chile Atiende” website outlines which phase-out stage each comuna of Chile is in under the first heading (“En qué lugares de Chile hay cuarantena?”). In areas in quarantine you are only allowed to leave your residence under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food supplies or medical reasons, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual. Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish. Individuals that wish to pass the sanitary cordons must obtain a “Salvoconducto” permit and a“Health Passport” (“pasaporte sanitario”) (under “viajeros regionales” for residents or “viajeros regionales” for foreign visitors), at least 24 hours before.
    Information on the areas of Chile that have sanitary cordons is available on the Government’s “Chile Atiende” website under the seventh heading (“Dónde hay aduanas sanitarias y cordones sanitarios?”).
    Checkpoints for health inspections are in force at various points around Santiago and elsewhere. In addition to checking the health of persons passing through, these checkpoints will be used to confirm that specific individuals who have been ordered to quarantine by medical authorities are not violating their quarantine. You will need to get a “Health Passport” prior to travel and present it at any checkpoint.
    *Public places and services: Chilean authorities require the use of masks in all public spaces, irrespective of what stage of the quarantine phase-out a comuna is in.

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    22.10.2020
  • Chile Latest News: Santiago area gradually emerges from COVID-19 lockdown.Currently, 15 boroughs in the metropolitan area are still under lockdown. (Xinhua, 08.09.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Chile: On 18 March 2020 the Chilean Government introduced a prohibition on entry into the country, except for Chilean nationals and foreign nationals with valid residency visas for Chile. It is possible to transit through Chile, as long as you remain airside throughout your journey.

    *Quarantine requirements: Chilean nationals and foreign nationals with Chilean residency who return to the country will be required to self-quarantine for 14 days. If you are returning by air, you will be handed a health form to fill in during the flight, to hand to authorities on arrival. At the airport you will have your temperature checked. You will also need to confirm to authorities where you will be conducting quarantine and provide details of how you will be travelling to that location (including the name of the taxi company that you are using, if relevant). Although this is not an entry requirement, if you wish to undertake a PCR test, you can do so by visiting a local doctor or hospital and obtaining a medical order (orden medica) for the test. Once you have done the test, you should receive the results within 72 hours. If the result is negative, you do not need to remain in quarantine. If the result is positive, you must remain in quarantine for 14 days from the day of the test. The Chilean authorities have closed all ports to cruise liners.

    Internal Restrictions:
    The government of Chile has implemented measures to limit the spread of COVID-19. The following new measures were announced by the Chilean government on October 15: The imposition of a quarantine for the following comunas (begins Saturday, October 17 at 5:00 am): Cañete (VIII Region); Galvarino (IX Region); Renaico (IX Region); Chonchi (X Region); o Purranque (X Region); The upgrading of the following comunas from Phase 1 (Quarantine) to Phase 2 (Transition). This includes the removal of quarantine from Monday-Friday (begins Monday, October 19 at 5:00 am). Molina (VII Region); Longaví (VII Region); Hualpén (VIII Region); Talcahuano (VIII Region); Concepción (VIII Region); Penco (VIII Region); San Pedro de la Paz (VIII Region); Chiguayante (VIII Region);
    The upgrading of the following comunas from Phase 2 (Transition) to Phase 3 (Preparation). This includes the lifting of quarantine on the weekends and holidays (begins Monday, October 19 at 5:00 am): Calama (II Region); Coquimbo (IV Region); La Serena (IV Region); Ovalle (IV Region); San Antonio (V Region); Renca (RM); Maipú (RM); San Joaquín (RM); Lo Espejo (RM); San Bernardo (RM); El Monte (RM); Paine (RM); Santa Cruz (VI Region); Panguipuilli (XIV Region).
    · The upgrading of the following comunas from Phase 3 (Preparation) to Phase 4 (Initial Opening). This includes the re-opening of cinemas and movie theaters, as well as indoor seating at restaurants at 50% capacity (begins Monday, October 19 at 5:00 am): Til Til (RM); María Pinto (RM); Curacaví (RM); Pirque (RM); Colina (RM)
    The downgrading of the following comunas from Phase 3 (Preparation) to Phase 2 (Transition). This includes the reimposition of quarantines on the weekends and holidays (begins Saturday, October 17 at 5:00 am):
    Mariquina (XIV Region); Los Lagos (XIV Region);La Unión (XIV Region);San Rosendo (VIII Region);Cabrero (VIII Region); Laja (VIII Region); Yumbel (VIII Region);Perquenco (IX Region); Freire (IX Region); Vilcún (IX Region)

    The establishment of sanitary cordons for the following locations (begins Friday, October 9 at 6:00 pm until Monday, October 12 at 11:00 pm). Interregional permisos will not be valid to cross these sanitary cordons: Metropolitan Region, Gran Valparaíso, Gran Concepción, Temuco/Padre las Casas.
    Beginning Friday, October 2, curfew for the Magallanes Region (including Punta Arenas) will be from 8:00 pm to 5:00 am.
    For a full list of measures implemented by the Chilean government, please visit the Embassy webpage on COVID-19. This webpage is updated daily, and includes a list of all comunas currently in quarantine.
    Information on zones in quarantine is available on this Google interactive map here . In those areas in quarantine, people are allowed to leave their residences only under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food supplies or medical reasons, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual here. Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish. It is not possible to leave or enter a sanitary cordon without a “salvoconducto” (police authorization), also obtained via the Comisaria Virtual. Checkpoints for health inspections are in force at various points around Santiago and elsewhere. In addition to checking the health of persons passing through, these checkpoints will be used to confirm that specific individuals who have been ordered to quarantine by medical authorities are not violating their quarantine. You will need to get a “Health Passport” prior to travel and present it at any checkpoint here.

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    15.10.2020
  • Chile Latest News: Santiago area gradually emerges from COVID-19 lockdown.Currently, 15 boroughs in the metropolitan area are still under lockdown. (Xinhua, 08.09.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Chile: On 18 March 2020 the Chilean Government introduced a prohibition on entry into the country, except for Chilean nationals and foreign nationals with valid residency visas for Chile. It is possible to transit through Chile, as long as you remain airside throughout your journey.

    *Quarantine requirements: Chilean nationals and foreign nationals with Chilean residency who return to the country will be required to self-quarantine for 14 days. If you are returning by air, you will be handed a health form to fill in during the flight, to hand to authorities on arrival. At the airport you will have your temperature checked. You will also need to confirm to authorities where you will be conducting quarantine and provide details of how you will be travelling to that location (including the name of the taxi company that you are using, if relevant). Although this is not an entry requirement, if you wish to undertake a PCR test, you can do so by visiting a local doctor or hospital and obtaining a medical order (orden medica) for the test. Once you have done the test, you should receive the results within 72 hours. If the result is negative, you do not need to remain in quarantine. If the result is positive, you must remain in quarantine for 14 days from the day of the test. The Chilean authorities have closed all ports to cruise liners.

    Internal Restrictions:
    The government of Chile has implemented measures to limit the spread of COVID-19. The government of Chile has implemented measures to limit the spread of COVID-19. The following new measures were announced by the Chilean government on October 1: The imposition of a quarantine for the following comunas (begins Saturday, October 3 at 5:00 am): Coihueco (XVI Region), Loncoche (IX Region), Carahue (IX Region), Puerto Saavedra (IX Region), Osorno (X Region), Frutillar (X Region), San Juan de la Costa (X Region), Río Negro (X Region).
    The following comunas move to Phase 2 (Transition). This includes the removal of quarantine from Monday-Friday (begins Saturday, October 3 at 5:00 am). Note: comunas in bold are being downgraded from Phase 3 to Phase 2, and will now be subject to quarantine on the weekends and holidays: Alto Hospicio (I Region), Iquique (I Region), Copiapó (III Region), Tierra Amarilla (III Region), Ovalle (IV Region), Calera (V Region), Renca (RM), Paine (RM), Santa Cruz (VI Region), Teno (VII Region), Maule (VII Region), Chillán (XVI Region), Chillán Viejo (XVI Region), Río Bueno (XIV Region), Corral (XIV Region), Valdivia (XIV Region), Paillaco (XIV Region), Angol (IX Region), Renaico (IX Region),Temuco (IX Region), Padre las Casas (IX Region), Villarrica (IX Region), Lautaro (IX Region), Galvarino (IX Region), Nueva Imperial (IX Region), Victoria (IX Region), Cunco (IX Region), Chol Chol (IX Region).
    The upgrading of the following comunas from Phase 2 (Transition) to Phase 3 (Preparation). This includes the lifting of quarantine on the weekends and holidays (begins Monday, October 5 at 5:00 am): Tocopilla (II Region), Colina (RM), Huechuraba (RM), Recoleta (RM), Quinta Normal (RM), Cerrillos (RM), El Bosque (RM), Curacaví (RM), María Pinto (RM).
    The establishment of sanitary cordons for the following locations (begins Friday, October 9 at 6:00 pm until Monday, October 12 at 11:00 pm). Interregional permisos will not be valid to cross these sanitary cordons: Metropolitan Region, Gran Valparaíso, Gran Concepción, Temuco/Padre las Casas.
    Beginning Friday, October 2, curfew for the Magallanes Region (including Punta Arenas) will be from 8:00 pm to 5:00 am.
    For a full list of measures implemented by the Chilean government, please visit the Embassy webpage on COVID-19. This webpage is updated daily, and includes a list of all comunas currently in quarantine.
    Information on zones in quarantine is available on this Google interactive map here . In those areas in quarantine, people are allowed to leave their residences only under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food supplies or medical reasons, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual here. Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish. It is not possible to leave or enter a sanitary cordon without a “salvoconducto” (police authorization), also obtained via the Comisaria Virtual. Checkpoints for health inspections are in force at various points around Santiago and elsewhere. In addition to checking the health of persons passing through, these checkpoints will be used to confirm that specific individuals who have been ordered to quarantine by medical authorities are not violating their quarantine. You will need to get a “Health Passport” prior to travel and present it at any checkpoint here.

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    02.10.2020
  • Chile Latest News: Santiago area gradually emerges from COVID-19 lockdown.Currently, 15 boroughs in the metropolitan area are still under lockdown. (Xinhua, 08.09.2020). State of catastrophe extended until 25 September because of COVID-19 (Urdu Point, 03.09.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Chile: On 18 March 2020 the Chilean Government introduced a prohibition on entry into the country, except for Chilean nationals and foreign nationals with valid residency visas for Chile. It is possible to transit through Chile, as long as you remain airside throughout your journey.

    *Quarantine requirements: Chilean nationals and foreign nationals with Chilean residency who return to the country will be required to self-quarantine for 14 days. If you are returning by air, you will be handed a health form to fill in during the flight, to hand to authorities on arrival. At the airport you will have your temperature checked. You will also need to confirm to authorities where you will be conducting quarantine and provide details of how you will be travelling to that location (including the name of the taxi company that you are using, if relevant). Although this is not an entry requirement, if you wish to undertake a PCR test, you can do so by visiting a local doctor or hospital and obtaining a medical order (orden medica) for the test. Once you have done the test, you should receive the results within 72 hours. If the result is negative, you do not need to remain in quarantine. If the result is positive, you must remain in quarantine for 14 days from the day of the test. The Chilean authorities have closed all ports to cruise liners.

    Internal Restrictions:
    The government of Chile has implemented measures to limit the spread of COVID-19. The following new measures were announced by the Chilean government on 16 September: the imposition of a quarantine for the following comunas (begins Friday, September 18 at 5:00 a.m.): Pichidehua (VI Region), Licanten ( VII Region), Curanilahue (VIII Region), Los Alamos (VIII Region), Lebu (VIII Region), Maullin (X Region). The imposition of a quarantine for the following comunas (begins Friday, September 25 at 11:00 pm): Ercilla (IX Region), Lonquimay (IX Region), Teodoro Schmidt (IX Region), Coyhaique (XI Region).
    The upgrading of the following comunas from Phase 1 (Quarantine) to Phase 2 (Transition). This includes the removal of quarantine from Monday-Friday (begins Monday, September 28 at 5:00 am): Pozo Almonte (I Region), Mejillones (II Region), Antofagasta (II Region), La Serena (IV Region), Coquimbo (IV Region), La Cruz (V Region), Quinta Normal (RM), Cerro Navia (RM), Lo Prado (RM), Conchalí (RM), Lo Espejo (RM), La Pintana (RM), Puente Alto (RM), Buin (RM), Linares (VII Region).
    The upgrading of the following comunas from Phase 2 (Transition) to Phase 3 (Preparation). This includes the lifting of quarantine on the weekends and holidays (begins Monday, September 28 at 5:00 am): Lampa (RM), Quilicura (RM), Lo Barnechea (RM), Santiago Centro (RM), Estación Central (RM), Pedro Aguirre Cerda RM), Peñalolén (RM), Padre Hurtado (RM), Calera de Tango (RM), Isla de Maipo (RM), Tiltil (RM), Talagante (RM).
    The downgrading of the following comunas from Phase 3 (Preparation) to Phase 2 (Transition). This includes the reimposition of quarantines on weekends and holidays (begins Friday, September 25 at 11:00 pm): Panguipulli (XIV Region), Lanco (XIV Region).
    For a full list of measures implemented by the Chilean government, please visit the Embassy website. This webpage is updated daily, and includes a list of all comunas currently in quarantine.
    Information on zones in quarantine is available on this Google interactive map here . In those areas in quarantine, people are allowed to leave their residences only under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food supplies or medical reasons, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual here. Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish. It is not possible to leave or enter a sanitary cordon without a “salvoconducto” (police authorization), also obtained via the Comisaria Virtual. Checkpoints for health inspections are in force at various points around Santiago and elsewhere. In addition to checking the health of persons passing through, these checkpoints will be used to confirm that specific individuals who have been ordered to quarantine by medical authorities are not violating their quarantine. You will need to get a “Health Passport” prior to travel and present it at any checkpoint here.

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    28.09.2020
  • Chile Latest News: Santiago area gradually emerges from COVID-19 lockdown.Currently, 15 boroughs in the metropolitan area are still under lockdown. (Xinhua, 08.09.2020). State of catastrophe extended until 25 September because of COVID-19 (Urdu Point, 03.09.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    There are currently commercial airline options. The Chilean Government maintais a prohibition on entry into the country, except for Chilean nationals and foreign nationals with valid residency visas for Chile. The restrictions do not apply to Chilean nationals or residents, diplomatic visa holders, or those providing humanitarian aid. All returning travellers are required to self-quarantine for 14 days. If travelling to the airport to catch a flight from one of the areas under quarantine or curfew, presenting passport and boarding pass will permit access across checkpoints. Use of a recognised taxi service or airport transfer whose driver should have the requisite permission. Chilean authorities require the use of masks in all public spaces/public transport, including the airport.

    Internal Restrictions:
    The government of Chile has implemented measures to limit the spread of COVID-19. The following new measures were announced by the Chilean government on 16 September: the imposition of a quarantine for the following comunas (begins Friday, September 18 at 5:00 a.m.): Pichidehua (VI Region), Licanten ( VII Region), Curanilahue (VIII Region), Los Alamos (VIII Region), Lebu (VIII Region), Maullin (X Region). The imposition of a quarantine for the following comunas (begins Friday, September 25 at 11:00 pm): Ercilla (IX Region), Lonquimay (IX Region), Teodoro Schmidt (IX Region), Coyhaique (XI Region).
    The upgrading of the following comunas from Phase 1 (Quarantine) to Phase 2 (Transition). This includes the removal of quarantine from Monday-Friday (begins Monday, September 28 at 5:00 am): Pozo Almonte (I Region), Mejillones (II Region), Antofagasta (II Region), La Serena (IV Region), Coquimbo (IV Region), La Cruz (V Region), Quinta Normal (RM), Cerro Navia (RM), Lo Prado (RM), Conchalí (RM), Lo Espejo (RM), La Pintana (RM), Puente Alto (RM), Buin (RM), Linares (VII Region).
    The upgrading of the following comunas from Phase 2 (Transition) to Phase 3 (Preparation). This includes the lifting of quarantine on the weekends and holidays (begins Monday, September 28 at 5:00 am): Lampa (RM), Quilicura (RM), Lo Barnechea (RM), Santiago Centro (RM), Estación Central (RM), Pedro Aguirre Cerda RM), Peñalolén (RM), Padre Hurtado (RM), Calera de Tango (RM), Isla de Maipo (RM), Tiltil (RM), Talagante (RM).
    The downgrading of the following comunas from Phase 3 (Preparation) to Phase 2 (Transition). This includes the reimposition of quarantines on weekends and holidays (begins Friday, September 25 at 11:00 pm): Panguipulli (XIV Region), Lanco (XIV Region).
    For a full list of measures implemented by the Chilean government, please visit the Embassy website. This webpage is updated daily, and includes a list of all comunas currently in quarantine.
    Information on zones in quarantine is available on this Google interactive map here . In those areas in quarantine, people are allowed to leave their residences only under certain circumstances, including for medical reasons, basic services, and public services. If you need to leave your residence for food supplies or medical reasons, you must get a permit from the Comisaria Virtual here. Foreigners may use their passport number to access the system. The pages are only in Spanish. It is not possible to leave or enter a sanitary cordon without a “salvoconducto” (police authorization), also obtained via the Comisaria Virtual. Checkpoints for health inspections are in force at various points around Santiago and elsewhere. In addition to checking the health of persons passing through, these checkpoints will be used to confirm that specific individuals who have been ordered to quarantine by medical authorities are not violating their quarantine. You will need to get a “Health Passport” prior to travel and present it at any checkpoint here.

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    24.09.2020
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    US State Dept. COVID-19 Country Specific Information/
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