Baggage check through on seperate pnr

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Old Mar 6, 19, 10:33 pm
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Baggage check through on seperate pnr

Want to know if LAN will check my baggage through

Current ticket is JFK 22.40 - 06.20 LIM
Want to buy separate ticket which is LIM 08.00 - 13.35 SCL

LAN does sell these flights as one ticket but will they check my bags in at JFK direct to SCL and just let me transit in LIM or do i need to collect bags and check in again which rules out the flight i mentioned.

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Old Mar 7, 19, 10:50 am
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LATAM doesn't allow baggage through on separate tickets Bag interlining issues and OW policy changes (Combined threads)

Less than two hours is very tight since you would have to clear inmigrations, check your baggage and then clear inmigrations again
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Old Mar 7, 19, 11:39 am
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I have a similar situation. But I don't mind if I need to check in bags again. I only care about protection in case the first flight is delayed and then I miss the second one. Does LATAM offer protection in such cases and will reroute me in a different flight? Or will consider it a non show, even when it was because of a delay of another LATAM flight?
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Old Mar 7, 19, 8:59 pm
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Originally Posted by Semphyra View Post
LATAM doesn't allow baggage through on separate tickets Bag interlining issues and OW policy changes (Combined threads)

Less than two hours is very tight since you would have to clear inmigrations, check your baggage and then clear inmigrations again
Thanks that is what i thought about check through baggage and check in and out be way too risky.
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Old Mar 7, 19, 9:00 pm
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I have a similar situation. But I don't mind if I need to check in bags again. I only care about protection in case the first flight is delayed and then I miss the second one. Does LATAM offer protection in such cases and will reroute me in a different flight? Or will consider it a non show, even when it was because of a delay of another LATAM flight?
I would be suprised if LATAM or any airline took responsibility or offered protection.
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