American LAX to Bolivia $699, Copa $665

American Airlines has Bolivia on sale from Los Angeles LAX for as low as $699 round trip for travel in May 2015 and Copa Airlines is even lower at $665. These deals are only posted for travel departures by May 31.

LAX-VVI Santa Cruz Bolivia AA May 15

American Airlines to Santa Cruz, Bolivia VVI is $699 round trip. La Paz LPB Bolivia is also $699. These economy class fares are booking class O. This booking class earns 100% flight miles as redeemable miles and 0.5 elite qualifying points for 11,249 AAdvantage miles to either La Paz or Santa Cruz since the American Airlines flights make a one-way circuit Miami MIA – La Paz LPB – Santa Cruz VVI – Miami MIA.

Copa Airlines $665 Los Angeles LAX-LPB La Paz Bolivia and 50% United Mileage Plus miles.

Copa Airlines flies LAX to Panama City PTY with a connecting flight to La Paz Bolivia LPB. Copa economy L booking class earns 50% flight miles as redeemable miles in United Mileage Plus for 5,156 redeemable frequent flyer miles.

LAX-VVI Santa Cruz Bolivia Copa May 15 $665

American and Tam have good deals LAX to Brazil

American put Brazil on sale earlier this week at $600 to $650 from Miami and around $800 from SFO and LAX. Today these fares have dropped to the upper $600s for LAX departures to airports all over Brazil. The real deal here are low fares to remote places in Brazil at the same ticket price as flying to Rio de Janeiro GIG and Sao Paulo GRU.

American puts Brazil on sale $600 to $793 into June 2015, many departure airports (April 7)

Google Flights LAX-Brazil may13-20-2015

Google Flights shows many cities around Brazil in the $600s. American Airlines routes price correctly. The low TAM prices came out about $100 more than shown.

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Ric Garrido of Monterey, California started Loyalty Traveler in 2006 for traveler education on hotel and air travel, primarily using frequent flyer and frequent guest loyalty programs for bargain travel. Loyalty Traveler joined BoardingArea.com in 2008.

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