• 5/26/2016 7:26 AM
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HOT ERROR FARE! Business Class from US to many destinations in Latin America starting at $300!


(UPDATE) What a deal! Fly with Avianca from Houston, Chicago, Miami, Fort Lauderdale, L.A. or Washington D.C. to many Central and South American destinations in Business Class from only $300!

Lima, the capital of Peru, ancient city full of rich flavors, great experiences, and the magic representation of past and the present. In this beautiful city, built upon a valley surrounded by an extremely arid desert, you will find many historic monuments as well as modern and stylish architecture.

Old Inca capital, Cuzco will stun you with its measure of contradiction. Ornate cathedrals squat over Inca temples, massage hawkers ply the narrow cobblestone streets, a woman in traditional skirt and bowler offers bottled water to a pet llama while the finest boutiques sell alpaca knits for small fortunes. The foremost city of the Inca civilization is now the undisputed archaeological capital of the South America, as well as the gateway to world-famous Machu Picchu…

Travel dates:
June 2016

Sample dates:
June 7-13, 14-20, 22-26

Outbound: Miami, Chicago, Washington D.C., Houston, L.A., Fort Lauderdale
Inbound: Lima, Cuzco, Bogota, Panama City, San Jose, Belize City

How to book:
Visit Momondo or follow the links below and adjust the travel dates

Fare Class: Business (D)

Baggage policy:
2 pieces of checked luggage with a maximum weight for each piece of 32kg and 1 x 10kg carry-on baggage.

Sample reservations:
Chicago – Panama City – Chicago >>>


Houston – Lima – Houston >>>



For example, in Lima we encourage you to stay in Casa Bella Miraflores for $63/night with breakfast and good reviews.


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