LATAM is really putting out some amazing premium fares!

Cabin Class

These are Round Trip Business Class Fares


May through September

Pricing From $1050 to $1255


Belo Horizonte (Brazil) (BHZ)
Brasilia (Brazil) (BSB)
Curitiba (Brazil) (CWB)
Florianopolis (Brazil) (FLN)
Goiania (Brazil) (GYN)
Porto Alegre (Brazil) (POA)
Rio De Janeiro (Brazil) (RIO)
Salvador (Brazil) (SSA)
Sao Paulo (Brazil) (SAO)


Lisbon (Portugal) Find Hotels Find Activities
Tel Aviv-Yafo (Israel) Find Hotels Find Activities


LATAM Airlines

Fare information

base fare: ZEEEV40E

Deals We Found

Miles Program Credits

Program Miles/Points
Finnair 9918
Alaska Airlines 9860
Miles & More 7395
S7 Airlines 7395
Cathay Pacific Airways 6163
Malaysia Airlines 6163
Japan Airlines 6163
British Airways 6163
Qatar Airways 6163
Iberia 6163
LATAM Airlines** 5026
American Airlines 4930
Qantas Airways 0

Courtesy of our friends at
** = revenue based program

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

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