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by Michael J. Shapiro | April 07, 2010

Chile's Santiago International Airport, which suffered damage to its terminals in February's earthquake, is now operating 95 percent of scheduled flights, according to Turismo Chile. The main terminal has been reopened for all travel, although currently only passengers are allowed in the building. Domestic flights on LAN Airlines still are operating on a limited schedule. All passengers should contact their airline to confirm flights and schedules. All major Santiago hotels are open and operational except the Radisson Hotel Santiago North, which remains closed because of structural damage.  Additional information is available through Turismo Chile, at ofitur@embassyofchile.org.