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AM J: JFK-MEX-SCL for $948

AM J: JFK-MEX-SCL for $948

Old Mar 27, 20, 9:49 am
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AM J: JFK-MEX-SCL for $948

Works in June, July, August, didn't check other dates. Lie flat from MEX-SCL.

https://www.google.com/flights?authu...;sd:1;ct:0;t:f

I searched and I don't think this has been posted before.
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Old Mar 27, 20, 9:59 am
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That's a great fare. Works for EZE, GRU also, didn't search other destinations but it seems wide available across south america.

It seems even worth positioning from Europe with such a price. That's a good and cheap Flying Blue XP/miles run, 787 all the way possible.

You can even route this through CUN or MTY, adding one more stops for those looking for XP's...

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Old Mar 27, 20, 10:13 am
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I think discussed here before but also from MIA for ~670USD. MIA-MEX only on 737 though
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Old Mar 27, 20, 10:14 am
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Originally Posted by IstKong View Post
That's a great fare. Works for EZE, GRU also, didn't search other destinations but it seems wide available across south america.

It seems even worth positioning from Europe with such a price. That's a good and cheap Flying Blue XP/miles run, 787 all the way possible.

You can even route this through CUN or MTY, adding one more stops for those looking for XP's...
When I try to route through CUN, my price jumps to $3500. Can you post an example?
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Old Mar 27, 20, 10:16 am
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Originally Posted by fly2dine View Post
When I try to route through CUN, my price jumps to $3500. Can you post an example?

Search on ITA Matrix, to GRU I see many many options. Tick unlimited stops.
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Old Mar 27, 20, 10:18 am
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Originally Posted by nilsrtw View Post
I think discussed here before but also from MIA for ~670USD. MIA-MEX only on 737 though
Note that JFK-MEX is just over 2000 miles, earning 24XP on Flying Blue, that's not the cas of southern US airports to MEX.

UPDATE : Works from YUL, also, but 737...
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Old Mar 27, 20, 10:31 am
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As low as $800 from Canadian cities
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Old Mar 27, 20, 10:46 am
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Nice one. I'm seeing mid-$900's from SFO
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Old Mar 27, 20, 2:38 pm
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This deal has been going on since last weekend, see these 2 here

https://www.flyertalk.com/forum/prem...-1400-cad.html (from Canada)

AM: LAX/SFO-LIM/GRU/Eze from $630 rt in J (from US)

In fact you can go as low as $670 with MIA-SCL.

Many people are still on the fence as we don't know how long the current travel restrictions will be in place and having to deal with AM's CSR shall anything go wrong (IRROP and cancellations ).

I'd only recommend this deal only if

1. Your travel date is after September (I'm not even sure about September at this point).
2. You need to meet certain credit card sign-on bonus spend and your time is running out.

I have both of above and even I'm not ready to pull the trigger (eye $667 MIA-SCL and hoping it stays for a while).
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Old Mar 28, 20, 3:47 pm
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thanks - i booked 2 pax late august JFK-EZE (via MEX) for $930pp with Amex Travel (lie flat on the 787 btwn MEX-EZE both ways). fingers crossed the world works itself out by then
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Old Mar 30, 20, 11:15 am
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I'm excited about this fare. I used the credit from a trip I had to cancel to MEX and now have a trip to SCL in December. Total cost was $932, but that included a $15 phone booking fee from Aeromexico.
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Old Apr 7, 20, 11:09 am
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I have never flown an AM flight -- can anyone please explain the difference between a "Comfort" & "Premier" fare class? Are both business class seats?
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Old Apr 7, 20, 11:24 am
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Originally Posted by metalblaze View Post
I have never flown an AM flight -- can anyone please explain the difference between a "Comfort" & "Premier" fare class? Are both business class seats?
Essentially FULLY Refundable /changeable

https://aeromexico.com/en-us/travel-...es-and-tickets
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Old Apr 7, 20, 2:47 pm
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Originally Posted by metalblaze View Post
I have never flown an AM flight -- can anyone please explain the difference between a "Comfort" & "Premier" fare class? Are both business class seats?
It is a bit odd terminology but when I purchase AM business class, it is usually a “Confort” business class ticket, and I have always been seated in a business class seat and received the proper amount of miles credited as tho I flew business class (which is what it is). There may be minor differences when crediting to another program such as skymiles, but the Delta mqd credit is the same (40%).
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Old Apr 7, 20, 3:42 pm
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Make sure your Credit Card company or travel insurance offer you refund protection if AM fail - their bonds are trading a prices that imply that a default on their financial debt is a virtual certainty
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