Economy is over $1000 bucks, anyway…
Having a trip in the diary is always an exciting pleasure, but when that trip is to an incredible city like Buenos Aires in the luxury of all things business class, excitement isn’t even the right word. Avianca is offering flat beds to Argentina for the price most people pay for economy, so it’s high time to experience the charm and wonder of the South American city, with all the world class steaks and wines that come with it!
The Flight Deal
Avianca is offering excellent prices from New York, Miami and Orlando to Buenos Aires. These deals feature a stop in Bogota, which potentially makes for a great Colombian side trip, or just a quick layover depending on how you like to play it. Look for flights with Airbus A330 or Boeing 787 Dreamliner’s to secure the best flat bed experience to ensure total comfort the whole way. Whatever business class seat you end up in, it sure beats economy!
From New York’s JFK Airport, you can find the lowest $1,293 prices in September, October and November of 2018. In January and March 2019 there are lots of dates available for $1,468. From Orlando dates are virtually wide open between early August to late November for $1,699. Miami departures are available on Sundays from August 2018 thru March 2019. Not every single date will be available, but we’ve made easy to use Google Flights links, taking you directly to the best deals.
How To Book
Booking is easy! Google Flights shows you the full range of dates that are available at the best prices on one calendar, making the booking experience (almost) completely hassle free. Buenos Aires is a great city and definitely worth the trip, here are some options from both cities: $1,293 New York to Buenos Aires, $1,699 Orlando to Buenos Aires and $1680 Miami to Buenos Aires. Just click around to find the best dates for you. And don’t forget to earn miles with your favorite Star Alliance program.
Thanks for reporting on business class fares (for those of us who are older and need a week’s recovery time if we overnight in economy.)
Thanks for the heads up 🙂 Booked for 10 nights. Planning on splitting between Buenos Aires and Mendoza for the wife’s birthday. Shout out to Spencer for pointing me here.
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