Sale: Cheap Business Class fares to South America from $1297

It seems like there’s always a focus for travel to Europe or Asia when it comes to Business Class fares, but people tend to forget that as you travel down to the southern tip of South America, you’re flying just as long if not longer than a flight to Europe or Asia. Flying business class is such a treat, and taking a vacation where you don’t have any more than one or two hours difference in time zones makes jet lag non existent. We’re seeing a business class sale right now to South American cities.

Aeromexico

Aeromexico runs 787 Dreamliners down to most of their South American destinations. We’ve flown on them numerous times and have had nothing but positive experiences. If you’re looking to credit to Delta or Skyteam, this is a win.

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Sample Fares

Here’s a few of the awesome deals that we’ve seen:

  • Vancouver to Sao Paulo – $1297
  • Toronto to Sao Paulo – $1556
  • Vancouver to Santiago – $1571
  • San Francisco to Santiago – $1881
  • Boston to Santiago – $1925

Aeromexico Business Class

Play around with your cities and destinations, but the best deals are out of Canada and the West Coast. The cheapest fares are to SCL and GRU. Yesterday I was seeing even cheaper fares and today they’re slightly higher. This is definitely one of those deals where you should book today and then figure it out later. Don’t forget that you’ve got 24 hours to cancel a ticket after you buy it, so you can grab the deal and then ask your significant other later!

Once you get to GRU or SCL you can always use your British Avios for short haul destinations all over South America. Those transfer from both Ultimate Rewards and Amex Membership Rewards.

Aeromexico Dreamliner 787, Photo credit to Andrés Bravo Herrera from Airlines.net

Are you a buyer at this price? Heading to South America?

Author: Jon Nickel-D'Andrea

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  1. I took Aeromexico business ORD to LIM for $500 error fare. It felt like I was flying Spirit. Never again.

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    • OK yea that’s a big stretch. Spirit is nowhere close to any business class product in the world. I think you’re exaggerating a bit.

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