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Sun Nov 06, 2005 11:47 am

What about SCL and DL? I can't find much mention about it in any threads but I know is a profitable route. There may be empty seats but there is a hell of a lot of cargo on those 767-300s. I remember non-reving SCL-ATL and having to use my last S1-R to get out on a half-empty -300. A groups of S3s got left behind and Business-Elite was empty.

What do you all know?
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Sun Nov 06, 2005 12:15 pm

SCL-ATL will be increased from 7x to 10 x this southern summer, so I guess is not that bad.

DL also moved its Latin American call center to Santiago, and it has important participation among wholesalers for tourism in USA, connecting in ATL.

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