South America is the boot of the Americas and Chile was known in the past as
the shoestring of South America because Chile is a long and narrow strip
(2,700 miles long and 150 miles at it widest point) between the Pacific
Ocean and the majestic Andes Mountain range. The north section of the
country is all deserts and begins to get green towards the center, then
forests towards the south and icy at the Antarctic.
Many of the airports are quite removed from the towns and serve the
surrounding mining industry. In real life I have landed at some of the
fields in this Charter and when no one is there to greet you, it is you, the
aircraft, and a lot of desert. Another real life bit of info is that flying
across the Atacama Desert between noon and 4 pm, is like riding in a
cocktail shaker (severe turbulence!).
These 15 flights will take you the whole length of Chile crisscrossing the
country between the Pacific and the Andes. To learn more about Chile’s
geography follow this link