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| As major international airports go, Santiago is fairly small, with both international and domestic departures under the same roof. There's no international - domestic or domestic - international transfer, for these you have to leave airside on the bottom floor, and then go back up to the top floor to go through security again (international and domestic are at opposite ends). While a perfectly functional airport with solid facilities and short queues for the most part, there's one major exception: immigration for international arrivals. Arrive at the wrong time (when, say, the three overnight flights from Madrid are coming in), and this can be chaotic, confusing, and present very long queues for foreigners. I was at the back of the queue, and only just made my connection to a domestic flight thanks to the desks for local nationals clearing and being made available to foreigners, which was lucky for me, but someone stuck in the middle of the foreigners queue might not have been so happy to see so many people get through immigration faster then they did.