Oneworld members Iberia and LATAM team up to bring you from Milan-Malpensa to Mataveri on Easter Island with two stops in Madrid and Santiago de Chile. This deal includes six business class flights that add up to a total price of €1,937. If you’re making this trip, you can earn Oneworld Sapphire status on a single ticket, since you will earn the 600 tier points needed in British Airways Executive Club on just the long haul segments.
You will board an Airbus A321 from Milan to Madrid. An Iberia A340-600 will host you on your 12+ hour flight to Santiago de Chile. The last leg is operated by an LATAM Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner. Flights between Santiago and Easter Island take around four and a half hours.
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According to fare rules, these flights are available until July 30, 2019. They have no minimum stay, meaning you theoretically take the same plane back to Santiago you’ve just arrived with. Maximum stay is one year. This fare is only valid for travel beginning and ending in August 2019. You can use our availability calendar to find suiting travel dates up to a two week trip:
You can add a stopover in Santiago de Chile at no addtional cost.
Iberia tickets all flight segments in booking class I. Even without tier bonuses, at least 125% of the enormous travel distance is credited in most Oneworld frequent flyer programs.
- 39,040 on Finnair Plus
- 29,110 on Iberia Plus
- 24,250 on Qatar Airways Privilege Club
- 24,250 on Royal Jordanian Royal Club
- 24,250 on Asia Miles
- 24,250 on LATAM Pass
- 24,250 on S7 Airlines Priority Club
- 24,250 on Royal Air Maroc Safar Flyer
- 24,250 on Malaysia Airlines Enrich
- 24,250 on SriLankan FlySmiles
- 13,580 on Japan Airlines Mileage Bank
Further, you will earn 680 tier points on British Airways Executive Club with this itinerary, which will instantly grant you Oneworld Sapphire status.
Iberia’s Business Class
Iberia’s business class layout is 1-2-1, which means that every seat has direct access to an a
Easter Island is a political part of Chile. Most European citizens may enter the country without a visa.
While Easter Island is an excellent destination for aviation enthusiants (it is the most remote commerical airport on the planet) and fans of stone masonery, it has little to offer besides the Moai statues it is famous for. Isla Pascua (spanish for Easter Island) has only a single beach suitable for tanning and swimming and it is far off the island’s only settlement. Since almost every good has to be imported, living costs are high as well. You’ll seldom find a simple meal (meat and fries) for less than €12 in a restaurant.