LATAM Peru has issued an interesting fare for nonstop business class travel between Madrid and Lima. For €963 you can cross the Atlantic Ocean twice in a lie-flat business class seat. Flights are available in November and December 2021.
There is a huge catch in this Covid-19 ravaged times – these fares allow a refund, but LATAM is currently undergoing bankruptcy under chapter 11. If this does not work out, your money is almost possibly gone – so make sure you book directly on LATAM’s website with a credit card so that you can request a chargeback if all goes wrong.
These tickets are not covered by any eased up rebooking rules.
Worldwide travel restrictions are in place to slow the spread of Covid-19. We strongly recommend gathering detailed information about the travel and quarantine restrictions that apply to your desired origin and destination.
A good start is the International Air Transport Association (IATA) website. It provides current updates on a country’s immigration policies. Even better, the Covid-19 Travel Regulations Map is one of the most useful tools you can find.
LATAM sells these tickets for €963 on their website, but offers no regulations to ease rebooking or cancellations. There, you can as wells check out the prices of online travel agencies, which charge up to €70 less.
You can expect a LATAM Boeing 787, with 2-2-2 seating upfront carrying you across the Atlantic.
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Fare rules for this deal are rather specific. Tickets are officially on sale until September 28, 2021 and all travel has to be completed by December 31, 2021. On this day, your inbound flight needs to land in Europe. In addition, a minimum stay of seven days between departing Madrid and leaving Lima applies.
Google Flights (instructions) displays these fares correctly (without the 20% discount being applied). You can buy tickets directly on LATAM’s website. If you use our calendar above, the discount code will be directly applied – we really couldn’t have made it any easier for you.
LATAM issues these tickets in booking class Z. Partners are few, but they do credit a lot in this booking class:
- 23,676 Award Miles + 11,838 Tier Miles on Alaska Mileage Plan
- 17,760 Miles on S7 Airlines Priority Club
- 17,758 Miles on Delta SkyMiles
- 17,758 Miles on Miles&More
- 14,800 Miles on Japan Airlines Mileage Bank
- 14,798 Avios on British Airways Executive Club
- 14,798 Miles on Qatar Privilege Club
- 14,798 Miles on Asia Miles
- 5,082 Miles on LATAM Pass
Depending on which alliance you generally fly with, different programs may be the best choice for you. If you usually fly SkyTeam, your only option is Delta SkyMiles. For the Star Alliance, you can credit your miles at Miles&More. And Oneworld frequent flyers have Alaska Mileage Plan.
Information & Tips for Lima
Lima is the largest city and capital of Peru. Counting more than 8 million inhabitants, it is the second largest city in South America (after Sao Paulo). It is located directly of the shores of the Pacific Ocean and features classical colonial architecture in the city centre as well as temporary buildings in its Miraflores district.
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