The government of the Falkland Islands, the UK possession in the South Atlantic, has chosen Santiago-based LATAM Airlines to operate the second air route to the remote island group. The government of the islands, known as the Malvinas in Argentina, which fought a short, bloody war with the UK in 1982 over the archipelago, said July 26 it had chosen LATAM as “preferred operator” for the new service, which will operate weekly to Sao Paulo, Brazil. Currently, there is a weekly ...

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