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Cheap flights to Santiago (PAC)

Get started finding a cheap flight to Santiago on Expedia by either choosing a deal on this page or entering into the search bar your travel dates, origin airport, and whether you want roundtrip or one-way airfare. You can filter for flexibility, number of stops, airline, and departure/arrival times to find the best flight for you.

We recommend using the ‘Flexible Dates’ calendar at the top of the page to see the price of plane tickets on the surrounding dates. This allows you to pick the cheapest days to fly if your trip allows flexibility and score cheap flight deals to Santiago.

Roundtrip prices range from - , and one-ways to Santiago start as low as .

Be aware that choosing a non-stop flight can sometimes be more expensive while saving you time. And routes with connections may be available at a cheaper rate.

Airlines that fly to Santiago (PAC)

You have several options for which airline you choose to travel with to Santiago. There are airlines flying into PAC: . 

Cheap plane tickets may be available from different airlines at different times and with unique terms. It’s best to understand the details of each airline’s offer before judging its value.

For example, if you plan to check a bag or bring a carry-on, check whether the cheap airfare deal includes a baggage allowance. If not, verify whether the baggage fee is higher than the difference of other airline plane ticket deals offering free checked/carry-on baggage in exchange for a slightly higher airfare. 

Additionally, your preferred frequent flyer membership programs may influence your choice of cheap airline. Expedia allows you to enter your membership numbers during checkout to earn points from your airline and Expedia Rewards—all while getting a great deal and planning all your travel in one online platform.

Find the best deals

At Expedia, we source many flight deals from multiple providers, so you can easily find the best deals that are right for you. A great strategy for getting the best deals can be to make sure you book and travel at the optimal times. Airfare to Santiago (PAC) varies throughout the year based on seasonal demand. You’ll see the lowest rates for roundtrips to PAC in and in for one-ways.

Cancellation & flexibility

To change or cancel eligible flights, go to ‘My Trips’ and navigate to your itinerary. If you booked within the last 24-hours, you might be able to cancel your flight for free. Learn more about flight changes or cancellations from our customer service portal. Some plane tickets are available with no change fees, which you can filter for during your search.

Frequently asked questions

Where can I learn more about changing or canceling my flight to Santiago?
For more information about updating your flight to Santiago or canceling it, head over to our Customer Service Portal.
How do I find cheap flights to Santiago that have flexible change policies?
Many airlines offer the option to reschedule your flight without a change fee. All you pay is the difference between the original flight and the new flight you select. When you’re searching for flights to Santiago, you’ll see a “no change fees” filter for you to select.
Can I fly to Santiago now?
To find out the latest facts about flying to Santiago, visit our Covid-19 Travel Advisor. Here, you’ll learn about any travel restrictions currently in place and if quarantine is required as soon as you touch down.
What is the name of Santiago's airport?
If you’re arriving by air, you won’t have to worry which airport to choose. Santiago has just one – Tocumen Intl. Airport (PTY).
How many airlines fly to Santiago?
There are 18 air carriers that jet into Santiago from 81 worldwide airports.
Which airlines fly to Santiago?
In general, travelers opt to fly with Copa Airlines, AVIANCA and Turkish Airlines when going to Santiago. The biggest proportion of these flights originate in Bogotá, with Copa Airlines operating this route the most.
How many nonstop flights are there to Santiago?
Flying to someplace new is much simpler when there aren’t any annoying stopovers. If you’re heading to Santiago, the fantastic news is that there are approximately 1,145 direct flights each week.
Where are the most popular flights to Santiago departing from?
The most popular flights to Santiago depart from Bogotá, Miami and San Jose airports.
How long is the flight to Santiago Airport?
If you’re flying to Santiago from Bogotá, you’ll have a flight time of 1 hour and 47 minutes. Those leaving from Miami can expect to be airborne for 3 hours and 10 minutes. From San Jose it’s approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes away.
How to book the cheapest flight to Santiago?
We’ve all come across those fortunate jet-setters who manage to score super cheap plane tickets whenever they fly. Want to know how to do it for your Santiago vacation? Don’t wait until the very last minute to lock in your flight. Also, look around online and compare your options. If your destination has a few airports, you may be able to score a better price by flying into a less busy terminal. And finally, remember that the early bird catches the worm. Know what a typical airfare costs and be ready to secure your seat as soon as you spot an unbeatable bargain. The sweetest deals never last long.
How to survive the flight to Santiago?
No matter where you’re coming from, flying can be a seamless experience if you’re well prepared. Follow these handy travel tips that will get your Santiago escape started on the right note.What to pack in your hand luggage:

  • Flying can be a cruisy experience if you bring the right things. First of all you’ll need toiletry items, such as a toothbrush and hairbrush, a fresh set of clothes and a good novel. Secondly, find room in your hand luggage for your electronic devices, chargers, medications and perhaps a blow-up neck pillow too. Lastly, be sure to bring your passport, travel papers and your credit cards.

Do not pack the following items in your hand luggage:

  • Double-check that you don’t have sharp objects (like a pocket knife) hiding in the bottom of your carry-on luggage. Other prohibited items include explosive or flammable goods, such as aerosol cans and fuel, and liquids and gels in containers with a capacity of more than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters).

What to wear on a flight:

  • Your goal here is to make yourself as comfortable as possible. Layer up with loose, natural-fiber clothing and bring a jacket in case it gets cool. Always opt for roomy, flat shoes as it’s possible that your feet and ankles will swell a little during the flight. Leave the stilettos and hiking boots in your main luggage.
  • The result of sustained periods of immobility, deep vein thrombosis (DVT) is a serious condition that can affect passengers on long-distance flights. The great news is there are numerous ways to reduce your risk of developing it. Stay well hydrated, walk up and down the aisles as much as you can and wear compression tights or socks.

How to get through airport security fast when flying to Santiago?
The answer is — be prepared. We’ve pulled together some useful tips for a stress-free trip through security. Look out Santiago, here you come:

  • Your travel documents and passport will need to be presented to airport security personnel. Keep them handy so you don’t hold up the line.
  • The X-ray machine is up next. Remove anything metal on you that is likely to beep. This includes items like headphones or earphones, as well as bulky coats or jackets. They’ll need to be placed on the conveyor belt for screening.
  • All electronic gadgets, including your phone and laptop, are also required to be separately scanned.
  • Don’t forget to remove liquids and gels from your carry-on luggage. They often need to be sent through the X-ray separately. Each item should be in a container no larger than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters) and everything must fit inside a single quart-size (one liter), clear zip-close bag.
  • Slip-on shoes are a practical footwear choice as you’re less likely to be required to remove them when passing through security. Safety boots and heavier-style shoes are often subjected to additional screening.
  • Sharp items like knives can’t be taken on board. They’ll be seized at security, so put them in your checked suitcase.

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