Old Mar 27, 19, 10:12 am
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zpaul
 
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Originally Posted by OskiBear View Post
Especially when inconsistent. On a trip between Chile and Argentina around 2010 or so, after the earthquake, Chile had imposed a different DST timeline than before. It was havoc flying between the two countries as I was always unsure whether I’d be late or super-early for a flight.
Chile actually decides on and publishes their DST/ST dates year by year so there's rarely consistency (it's the Ministry of Energy, to be exact). One year they did away with DST fully, and then reinstated it the next. Most of my flights around those times of year had incorrect in-flight times/dates, schedules were updated at the last minute, etc. I feel the OP's pain.

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