Chilean airline, SKY, has started operating its new Miami to Lima route.
The airline was established in Chile a over 20 years ago and this will be the carrier’s most memorable course interfacing South America with the United States.
“Our arrival in the United States is an important milestone within our plans for international expansion. We seek to bridge South America and the United States, helping travelers from both regions reach their destination with safe and accessible service using the newest fleet in the Americas,” said Jose Ignacio Dougnac, CEO of SKY Airline.
Airline agents said that at first, the route will use the A320 NEO airplane with limit with respect to 186 travelers with five weekly flights.
They said that the plans incorporate expanding trips to oblige a normal of 9,000 travelers each month by August.
Right now, SKY has two centers, one in Santiago, Chile, and the other in Lima, Peru.
The aircraft likewise travels to various objections from Chile and Peru to Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, the Dominican Republic, Mexico and presently the United States.