LAN – Starting at $153: US – Buenos Aires, Argentina via Mexico City. Roundtrip, including all Taxes

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LAN, the leading airline group in Latin America has an amazing fare from Mexico City to Buenos Aires. Mexico City is relatively easy to get to and position out of.

This will not last!!!

Update 11/7/2013 @ 10:00AM  Eastern – all gone.

Tango in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Photo: Gustavo Brazzalle , used under Creative Commons License (By 2.0)

Tango in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Photo: Gustavo Brazzalle , used under Creative Commons License (By 2.0)

 

H/T: WPJ on FlyerTalk

Sample Travel Date:

  • November 18th – 25th

Fare Availability:

  • Valid for travel until March 30th, 2014. December is blacked out. Must purchase by November 19th (definitely will not last until then)

How to Search for Availability:

Partner Fare Class:

  • N and L

Routing:

  • MEX – LIM (Lima) – EZE (Buenos Aires) – SCL (Santiago de Chile) – LIM – MEX. Avoid flights operated by Aeromexico if you want mileage with American.

Stopover:

Mileage:

  • 9,468 miles or 1.6 cents per mile. LAN is a member of the Oneworld Alliance and American partner. The segments between Mexico and South America is 100% mileage earning while intra-South America segments are 25% if they are N but 100% if they are in L. At minimum, you will earn over 6,000 miles when crediting to American.

How to Buy:

  • Support us by using our  Orbitz link to book with dates found on ITA Software Matrix Airfare Search. Make sure you select “Additional Search Options” and then “Narrow the search to my preferred airlines” and select LAN
  • If Orbitz fails, try other online travel agencies like Priceline, Expedia or AA.com. If you use AA.com, make sure you do “refine your search” and on selection 7, select all carriers.

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7 Responses to "LAN – Starting at $153: US – Buenos Aires, Argentina via Mexico City. Roundtrip, including all Taxes"

  1. xajn says:

    Also check the screamin’ deals from TIJ for this.

  2. Dennis says:

    Have the tickets already sold out?

  3. javier says:

    It is cheaper when you buy directly from the website LAN mexico

  4. Keegan says:

    If I wanted to leave the airport during my ~7 hour layovers in Santiago, Chile and Lima, Peru, to explore those cities for a few hours, do I need to obtain a visa for there too?

    • TFD says:

      @Keegan – you will need to pay for the visa if you are an American. It’s $160 payable on arrival in Chile. No visa is required for Peru.

  5. Jessica says:

    Yes, thanks for mentioning TJ. With some legwork on the matrix software, I booked a flight from Tijuana to Iguassu Falls, Brazil for $470 round trip. Hopefully it won’t be that different than flying out of San Diego

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