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luggage destination

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  1. Ralph F

    I’m traveling (business class)SCL to MIA with a stop in BOG. I”m using different airlines, Latam and Avianca. When I call Latam they tell me I have to pick up my luggage at BOG. When I call Orbitz they tell me that both airlines have an agreement and I will pick up my luggage at its final destination. What should I do?

  2. David W

    If they have an interline agreement, then LATAM [I]should[/I] be able to check your bags thru. But this also depends on the check-in agent you get and if they know how to/can/are willing to do it.

    How long is your layover?

  3. David W

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  4. Ralph F

    [QUOTE=”David W, post: 29468, member: 29″]If they have an interline agreement, then LATAM [I]should[/I] be able to check your bags thru. But this also depends on the check-in agent you get and if they know how to/can/are willing to do it.

    How long is your layover?[/QUOTE]
    2 1/2 hrs.

  5. David W

    I’d like to think that’s enough time to connect if you need to recheck bags considering your flights on LATAM and Avianca operate from the same part of the airport terminal.

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