Business Class – American/LAN: New York – Easter Island, Chile. $1,009. Roundtrip, including all Taxes

We had an awesome time in Easter Island when we visited in November, 2011. The Business Class deal that we had earlier to Santiago de Chile is also available to Easter Island. This is cheaper than the coach ticket!

Easter Island, Chile. (c) 2011 The Fight Deal

Easter Island, Chile. (c) 2011 The Fight Deal

Sample Travel Date:

  • April 25th – May 2nd

Fare Availability:

  • Valid for travel from April 1st – June 12th for Monday through Thursday departures. Matrix by ITA Software is not pricing this fare correctly. However, if you go on AA.COM and use the booking instructions below and go through the calendar, you will see this fare. Must purchase by February 26th
  • Beginner’s Guide on How to Use Matrix by ITA Software


  • LGA – MIA (Miami) – SCL (Santiago de Chile) – IPC (Easter Island) – SCL – MIA – LGA


  • 15,101 miles or 6.6 cents per mile. LAN  is a member of the oneworld alliance and partners with American. This fare will earn 100% mileage with American in addition to 25% Business Class bonus.


[Update 2/18/2013 @ 7:30PM Eastern – fare gone]

How to Book:

  • Use dates found at ITA Software Matrix Airfare Search and book on – on section 6, make sure you select “Business/First” and on section 7, make sure you select “
  • Receive $1 back for using or Mr. Rebates prior to booking on
  • American Airline’s risk free cancellation policy here

Background Information:

  • Visa: US Citizens – Entry Fee on Arrival – $160. Other nationals, check the TIMATIC Visa Database
  • Currency: Chilean Peso (CLP). $1USD = 471 CLP

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4 Responses to "Business Class – American/LAN: New York – Easter Island, Chile. $1,009. Roundtrip, including all Taxes"

  1. robin says:

    Aloha, is there any way you can have a stopover in SCL for a few days or does this fare restrict you to going all of the way to IPC?
    thanks, robin

    • TFD says:

      @robin, the fare rule does not allow for a stopover in SCL, only NY, MIA, ORD, LAX and DFW. your best bet is to buy nyc -> ipc // scl-nyc or nyc-> scl // ipc-nyc as an open jaw. then use BA avios for one segment.

  2. Jon says:

    Having some trouble locating any flights middle of May. Are the fares all gone?


    • TFD says:

      @Jon, it seems to be all gone. The fare is still in the database, but seems like all the seats are sold.

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