Latin American Airlines Archive

Very Few Virus Cases in Latin America (So Far)

March 16 Update – Any article about the COVID-19 Coronavirus is out of date a day later as the disease keeps spreading and countries that weren’t testing properly (especially the USA) have had a lack of proper reporting. Much of what was written just 8 days ago below now seems downright rosy in comparison to [&hellip

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A Vacation in Belize on Us!

  Sorry, but this contest ended February 29. Sign up for our e-mail newsletter or follow us on Facebook for similar opportunities in the future. Would you rather be kicking back on that Belize island above right now? Snorkeling in those warm waters and sunning on the beach? That’s Ray Caye, one of two stunning [&hellip

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Latin American Destinations Where Business Class Flights Are a Deal

Most frequent fliers try to rack up points in a loyalty program so they can upgrade to the front of the plane instead of enduring a cramped economy seat. What if you could actually just buy that business class flight instead though, and rack up more miles in the process? Maybe even get into the [&hellip

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Latin American Airlines: LATAM

There used to be a patchwork of airlines serving South America, but over the years they have consolidated and we’re left with three. The largest one is LATAM Airlines, based in Chile. Like all the others LATAM will nearly always give you a superior flying experience if you choose them over their U.S. counterparts flying [&hellip

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Buy Your Way Into Airport Lounge Access in Latin America

Even if you have spent enough and flown enough to hit elite status on one of the big international airlines, chances are you’re out of luck when you’re flying into and around Latin America. You won’t find airport lounges from United, AA, Delta, or British Air. Instead, you’ll see lounges for their dominant airlines: LATAM, [&hellip

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Travel Price Inflation Is Limited in Latin America

More people are traveling each year and the world is getting richer. That means rising prices around the globe, but the good news is, travel rates are rising less in Latin America. Last month Travel Pulse posted a story called Strong Local Economy Means Higher Travel Prices. We Americans have been insulated a bit from [&hellip

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