Chile is to re-open for international travel on October 1 albeit under strict COVID-19 health protocols requiring mandatory quarantines and negative PCR tests.

According to guidelines published by the country’s health ministry, those eligible to depart from and arrive in Chile include citizens and foreigners residing in the country, and (with limitations) non-resident foreigners. Entry requirements include a mobility health pass containing vaccination details, electronic affidavits submitted 48 hours before boarding, a negative PCR test done no later than 72 hours before departure, proof of travel medical insurance, and mandatory seven-day quarantine on arrival. Quarantine is limited to five days for passengers with a mobility pass, but arrivals are subject to mandatory daily health and location screening.

Entry into Chile will be possible through the following international airports: Iquique, Antofagasta, and Santiago de Chile Int'l.

According to the ch-aviation capacities module, airlines running international schedules to/from Santiago include LATAM Airlines, which holds 45% of the market share at the airport in terms of weekly airline seats, followed by American Airlines, Panama's Copa Airlines, SKY Airline (Chile), Iberia (Spain), Colombia's Avianca Airlines, JetSMART , United Airlines, Air France, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Aeroméxico, and Aerolineas Argentinas.

Bolivia's Amaszonas is the only airline providing international services to Iquique with its weekly service to Santa Cruz Viru Viru, the ch-aviation schedules module reveals.