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New York to Brazil in business class for $1,679 roundtrip on TAM this summer

by on Fri June 5, 2015 • No Comment
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TAM Airlines is selling some very cheap business class fares to Brazil right now if you’re departing New York.

Flights to Rio and Sao Paolo are pricing around $1,600 roundtrip, with some as low as $1,560, depending on the day you travel.

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The fare appears good for departures until the end of August, with returns as late as 2016, including returns during the peak holiday season.

Some other notes…

  • It’s bookable on TAM.com, but finding it on other sources is spotty.
  • We can’t find a formal fare filed for this – so act fast.
  • The lowest published fare at the moment is over $2,500 roundtrip.
  • Only New York departures seem to work at this price.
  • Dallas, Miami, and Los Angeles all price much higher.
  • It’s a ‘Z’ fare which earns 100% base miles, plus a 25% class of service bonus with American AAdvantage.
  • TAM’s business class is pretty spartan. Seats were supposed to be refreshed to (apparently) be full lie flat by now, though there is no official word that has completed. As best we know, an ottoman was added to the existing angled lie flat seats to improve the comfort.

So book it while you can if Brazil is in your plans and you want to take advantage of a great exchange rate and off season deals.

 

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