I have been flying B737 routes out of SCEL with some success all over South America, and right up to the edge of their range into the Caribbean basin. I have been able to get high LFs and decent returns on all the routes, except for SCEL-MROC. The flying time is shorter than other routes I run with the B737, and there is no competition on the route, yet the LF has been consistently below 30%. CI is currently 51%.
Some details: SCEL-MROC 2315-0425
The outbound arrival times are no different from other similar length sectors, which show LFs well above 80%. e.g.SCEL-SVMI 2115-0425
Can one of the accredited masters of AWScraft (or indeed sami) help with this? It's the first time I've seen such odd behaviour. I'm going to try a different time of day, and will return with details when I have been able to make a comparison.
The airport on Easter Island (IPC/SCIP) seems a bit unusual in the range of aircraft it can handle when compared with airports with similar runways:
Incidentally, SCIP was listed as an emergency landing strip for the space shuttle, after having its runway extended in the 1980s. LAN presently flies the route with 767-300ERs. Can this airport be upgraded to match its RL capability?