LATAM & Iberia: €253 Non-Stop One-Way Tickets from Santiago de Chile to Madrid in November (€327 with Luggage)

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LATAM Airlines is currently selling one-way tickets from Santiago de Chile to Madrid for only €253. These flights are non-stop, operated by LATAM or Iberia, and a carry-on weighing up to 10 kg is included. If you need even more luggage, you can book the Standard fare for €327, which includes 23 kg of checked luggage. If you also want to fly back to Santiago, the round trip would cost €697 – but we’re going to focus on the one-way tickets in this deal.

Our calendar displays all available dates and will redirect you to LATAM’s booking site:

LA one way scl mad

LATAM has two daily flights between Santiago and Madrid, both of them being operated using Boeing 787 planes. The flight takes almost 13 hours. You will have complimentary food and drinks, and their seats have a video screen, as well as power outlets to charge your devices.

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This deal expires on June 1, 2024 and is valid for flights in November. Our calendar displays all available dates, as does Google Flights. We recommend to book this deal on LATAM’s website.

Miles & Points

These tickets are issued in LATAM’s booking class G, regardless of the operating airline. That means that crossing the Atlantic will get you:

  • 6,660 Points on Malaysia Airlines Enrich
  • 3,330 Miles on Japan Airlines Mileage Bank
  • 3,330 Avios on Finnair Plus
  • 1,998 Miles on Royal Jordanian Royal Club
  • 1,665 Avios on British Airways Executive Club
  • 1,665 Avios on Qatar Privilege Club
  • 1,665 Avios on Iberia Plus
  • 1,665 Miles on Alaska Mileage Plan
  • 1,665 Award Miles on Miles&More
  • 1,665 Award Miles + 25 Tier Points on Virgin Atlantic Flying Club
  • 1,665 RDM + 333 MQD on Delta SkyMiles
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Cover Picture: © LATAM Airlines Group

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