SKY begins to fly to Santiago de Chile from Jorge Newbery Airport
Initially there will be 2 weekly flights, in addition to the 7 weekly flights that depart from Ezeiza International Airport
SKY announced that it will begin flying to Santiago de Chile from the Jorge Newbery Metropolitan Airport as of December and that these flights will be complementary to the flights it currently has to the Chilean capital from the Ezeiza International Airport.
Initially, the company will offer 2 weekly flights from Jorge Newbery Airport and 7 weekly from Ezeiza Airport, and from mid-December the flights from Jorge Newbery Airport will be increased to 4 frequencies, with which there will be a total of 11 flights per week between the capitals of Argentina and Chile.
The initial rates offered will be in the order of US $ 32 per section, excluding fees and taxes. "We are happy to be able to operate in this airport, as it is highly demanded by our passengers," said the Country Manager of SKY Argentina, Andrea Jans.
"In this way we will be operating in the two Buenos Aires airports, increasing the frequencies that connect the Argentine capital with Santiago," he added. Tickets purchased for this new route are subject to SKY's new commercial policy, which allows you to endorse, cancel or reschedule your flights at no additional cost.