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85 Minute D>I transfer in SCL. Possible?

85 Minute D>I transfer in SCL. Possible?

Old Nov 1, 16, 5:15 pm
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85 Minute D>I transfer in SCL. Possible?

Hey all,

I will be flying Sky Airlines from Calama to Santiago de Chile, due to land at 13:45

I will then need to catch another Sky Airlines flight from Santiago to Lima, Peru, which leaves at 15:10

This leaves me approx 1 hour 25 minutes (not including de-planing etc) to make the connection. I will have no checked luggage and just my carry on luggage in my possession.

Will this be too tight a connection?

Thanks for any help in advance
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Old Nov 1, 16, 5:33 pm
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Welcome to FT, Airborne87!

I am moving your question to the South America forum where I hope you will receive an answer.

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Old Nov 2, 16, 6:35 am
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Welcome to FT!

I had a 100-minute D>I connection (also arriving from CJC, as it happens, though departing to the U.S.) at SCL in March. As best I recall eight months later, it was leisurely, with plenty of time to hang out in the LAN departure lounge before heading to the gate. It's all one building, with international flights on one side and domestic on the other, so no concerns about transfer buses/trains/etc. Assuming you arrive close to on time, and if you don't no amount of planning can protect you, I'm sure you'll be fine.
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