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Calafate and Ushuaia on same award?

Calafate and Ushuaia on same award?

Old Jul 21, 16, 8:40 am
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Calafate and Ushuaia on same award?

We are currently planning to travel from Buenos Aires (AEP/EZE) down to Calafate (FTE) and then on to Ushuaia (USH) on miles. I am trying to figure out if we can get a stopover for free in Ushuaia or if we need to do 3 one ways or an open jaw with a one way between Calafate and Ushuaia.

Does anyone have any experience booking this route? Im thinking LAN kms are going to be the best option. Delta could work as a backup but has higher costs and I am not sure about their policy for stopovers on LATAM.

Thanks!
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Old Jul 27, 16, 6:40 pm
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Originally Posted by domthegreat View Post
We are currently planning to travel from Buenos Aires (AEP/EZE) down to Calafate (FTE) and then on to Ushuaia (USH) on miles. I am trying to figure out if we can get a stopover for free in Ushuaia or if we need to do 3 one ways or an open jaw with a one way between Calafate and Ushuaia.

Does anyone have any experience booking this route? Im thinking LAN kms are going to be the best option. Delta could work as a backup but has higher costs and I am not sure about their policy for stopovers on LATAM.

Thanks!
Do you have Avios? If so, they work well on LATAM short haul flights. I use them from time to time in South America..
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Old Jul 31, 16, 12:20 pm
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DL no longer permits stopovers on award tickets unless one pays more miles. Other SkyTeam programs, for AR flights, might have different rules.
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