Air traffic has started to arrive in Santiago airport.
At the moment services are limited by the damage to the security infrastructure which means that airlines are dealing with the backlog of travellers rather than new arrivals.
Long delays have to be expected as the check in for domestic flights is now in a 4,000 square metre tent next to the main terminal.
Check in for international flights is now being handled in the domestic terminal.
In short, the quantity of flights that can be handled is strongly limited.
In Santiago power supply has been restored to about 90% of the city and the subway system is now working normally.
In the winelands to the south of Santiago (Colchagua being the main one from a visitor’s point of view) there is some serious damage.
Some wineries have had to close and are not able to receive visitors until all repair work is done.
The venerable Hacienda los Lingues seems to have suffered some serious damage and is shut for the foreseeable future.