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(CNN Spanish) - LATAM, the main airline of Chile, announced this morning via Twitter that they continue to affect the operation due to “the current situation of demonstrations in Chile” and recommends that their customers check if their flight has been canceled before heading to the airport.
The airline made available a link to reschedule online flights canceled on October 20 and 21.
[3:00] 📢 # AtentosPasajeros: We are still affected by the operation. If your flight has been canceled https://t.co/f12WSmSg8h please do not go to the airport and reschedule it here: https://t.co/szYPMGIqWV
- LATAM Chile (@LATAM_CHI) October 21, 2019
For its part, the Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport in Santiago communicated through its Twitter account that it is assisting passengers stranded in the air terminal with water, food and blankets.
Receiving this tremendous support: water, blankets, food ... Thanks to @LATAM_CHI @carozzimencanta @mop_chile and @NuevoPudahuel we will assist passengers who stay in the AMB airport for the #toquequequeda. pic.twitter.com/EVKig6mKMf
- SCL Airport (AMB) (@NewPudahuel) October 21, 2019
To access the Santiago airport, passengers and taxi drivers must previously request “safe-conduct in the police stations” of the Chilean police.