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Cabin Class

These are Round Trip Economy Fares and include your checked bag and early seat selection.


To SAO: February though May.
To BUE: April through June, August through December.

Pricing From $540 to 560


Tampa (United States) (TPA)


Sao Paulo (Brazil) Find Hotels Find Activities
Buenos Aires (Argentina) Find Hotels Find Activities


COPA Airlines

Fare information

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Deals We Found

Miles Program Credits

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** = revenue based program

This data is based on an example itinerary of Tampa – Sao Paulo Round Trip

Program Miles/Points
SAS Scandinavian Airlines 4482
Air Canada 4482
Aeromexico 3606
Asiana 3138
Turkish Airlines 2241
EVA Airways 2241
Thai Airways 2241
COPA Airlines 2241
United Airlines 2241
South African Airways 2241
Singapore Airlines 2241
Gol Transportes Aéreos 2241
All Nippon Airways 2241
Aegean Airlines 2241
Ethiopian Airlines 2241
Air China 1803
Flying Blue 1121
Avianca 1121

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