South America > Chile > Santiago
Before You Get Off the Plane
- Car Custody
- parking per hour
- car rentals
- Airport Tax
- public information
- National Service of Tourism
Before You Get Off the Plane
- Duty Free Zone/Duty Pay Zone
- post office
- courier service
- baggage carts
- safe-keeping service for baggage
- banking services
- automated teller machines
- Money Exchange Offices
- Lost and Found
- Telephone service
- first aid
- travel insurance
- shoe polish
* Currency conversions are subject to change.
- 1 American Dollar = 596.8420 Chilean Pesos
- 1 Australian Dollar = 318.6640 Chilean Pesos
- 1 British Pound = 868.2260 Chilean Pesos
- 1 Canadian Dollar = 394.5220 Chilean Pesos
- 1 Japanese Yen = 4.9747 Chilean Pesos
- For more or updated currency conversions, please go to: http://dest.travelocity.com/DestGuides/currency_standalone_start/1,2788,TRAVELOCITY,00.html
- Car Custody costs $2.180 pesos. This service allows space for 950 cars plus suitable and safe systems for long trip passengers are provided.
- There is parking per hour, which is $540 pesos for two hours, and $110 pesos for each additional hour. The parking area is in front of the National and the International Terminals.
- Two companies offer minibuses at the airport; every minibus has an approximate 9-passenger capacity.
- The National and the International Terminals offer 24-hour ,taxi service payable by either dollars or pesos. Cab counters are located on the first level, Arrival Area in the International Terminal, and the Arrival Area in the National Terminal.
- Six companies offer car rentals in both Terminals. Car rental counters are on the first level of the Terminals. For the National Terminal, car rental is at the Arrival Area.
- All passengers must pay an Airport Tax; the tax will vary according to the destinations. The tax can be paid directly at the check-in when purchasing your ticket.
- Public information counters are located in the International Terminal on the first and third level. For the National Terminal the counter is located in from of the airline counters.
- A National Service of Tourism has an information counter situated in the International area before Customs check.
- In both the National and International Terminals are a variety of shops that offer products such as: newspapers, magazines, jewelry, typical Chilean handicraft, wines, Chilean products, and so on. These shops are all located at the Boarding Zone.
- The Duty Free Zone is located in the arrival and departure areas at the International Terminal. The Duty Pay Zone is at the National Terminal. In both zones products can be found such as: perfumes and cosmetics, liquors, chocolates, pencils, kids items, wines, and Chilean products.
- On the second level of the National Terminal there is a restaurant, a cafeteria, and many stores, which offer natural juices. On the boarding lounge there is a bar and also another cafeteria. The International Terminal, like the National, has fast food, sandwiches, salads, desserts, ice creams, natural juices, coffee shops, and cake shops. In the boarding lounge there is also a bar-restaurant and a coffee shop.
- On the second level of the International Terminal is a post office in which passengers can send letters, Telex, Telegrams, and do much more.
- Approximately 17 companies offer courier service.
- Baggage carts are available 24 hours a day for free in both the National and International Departures and Arrivals area.
- The safe-keeping service for baggage is offered 24 hours a day on the first level of the International Terminal. Baggage can be kept for a maximum of 60 days. Prices vary from $600 to $3.000 pesos.
- Banking services are offered Mondays to Fridays 9am-2pm at the National and International Terminals.
- Automated Teller Machines are situated on all levels of the International Terminal, and also in the boarding lounge. For the National Terminals the ATMs are on the first level of the Public Zone, and also in the boarding lounge.
- The International Terminal has three Money Exchange Offices located just before the Customs check, and on the first and second level. For the National Terminal there is one Money Exchange Office on the first level.
- The airport offers a Lost and Found office. To claim lost items call 690-1707 anytime, any day. For further information you may want to consult your airline.
- 24-hour Telephone service is in the International Terminal on the second and third levels. The National Terminal has this service on the first level in the Public Sector.
- First Aid is provided by the Instituto de Seguridad del Trabajador (IST) in a First Aid room. This service is equipped with an ambulance ready 24 hours for any medical emergency. It is at the west side of the first level in the International Terminal.
- There are two travel insurance companies at the International Terminal which offer different insurance services depending on the passenger's necessities. They are both located at the arrival lounge on the third level of Public Sector.
- A shoe polish service is offered at the third level of the International Terminal.