So, here is the truth. Let’s go behind the curtain for a moment. We don’t cover many flight deals here at Travel Off Path because the reality is many of them are overhyped.
But this one is just too good to pass up! With summer winding down, people are wondering where to go for their next getaways in the fall and winter.
This flight sale should answer that question. Some of the top destinations across Latin America are on sale this week for ridiculously low prices.
New York to El Salvador for $44? Cha-ching!
Fort Lauderdale to Brazil in the $90’s? Yep!
Washington DC to Costa Rica under $100? You betcha!
We’re not talking rinky-dink airports either. Most of the airports in the route network are major hubs, such as Boston, Miami and Dallas to name a select few.
And there are dozens more worth checking out. Avianca is a Colombian airline based in Bogota, but not all routes pass through Colombia.
The lack of stopovers on certain routes makes their Red Sale even more appealing.
Super Cheap Flights To Latin America
Before going through some of the best flight deals, it’s important to note prices can change at any moment at any time. Some flights might be limited at these price points. Once they’re gone, they’re gone.
Avianca’s sale ends August 28, so it’s best to book as soon as possible if any of these flights stand out to you!
For the listed sale prices, flights can be booked from August 28, 2023 through May 31, 2024. Rates start as low as $44 for one-way flights and $133 for round trips.
These rates include taxes and the XS bag policy. If you don’t see your airport, it might be best to go treasure hunting yourself at Avianca’s official website.
If you do, make sure you click on the green blocks on the calendar for the best prices.
The Best Deals
Now, for the goodies. These are some of the most noteworthy flights that stood out from the crowd in terms of value, but there may be more gems to uncover.
Best one-way trips:
- New York – San Salvador – $44
- Washington DC – San Salvador – $58
- Miami – Managua – $57
- Los Angeles – Guatemala City – $83
- Miami – Quito $84
- Ontario – San Salvador – $87
- Fort Lauderdale to Belo Horizonte (Brazil) – $92
- Washington DC – Tegucigalpa – $98
- San Francisco – San Salvador $103
- Dallas – San Salvador $104
- Orlando – Guayaquil – $105
- Houston – Managua – $108
- New York – San Jose (Costa Rica) – $115
- Miami – Rio De Janiero – $132
- Miami – Manaus – $132
- Miami – Cusco – $147
- Boston – Medellin – $151
- New York – Medellin – $157
- Miami – La Paz and Santa Cruz de la Sierra (Bolivia) – $171
- New York – Rio de Janeiro – $198
- New York – San Salvador – $133
- New York – Guatemala City – $148
- Miami – Bogota – $167
- New York – San Pedro Sula – $174
- Los Angeles – San Salvador – $179
- New York – Costa Rica $184
- Los Angeles – Guatemala City – $194
- Houston – Guatemala City – $195
- Fort Lauderdale – Belo Horizonte (Brazil) – $199
- Washington DC – Guatemala City – $203
- Orlando – Bogota – $211
- Washington DC – San Jose (Costa Rica) – $212
- New York – Cartagena – $262
- Miami – Lima – $271
- Washington DC – Cartagena – $273
- Miami – Sao Paulo – $281
- Miami – Rio de Janiero – $281
- Dallas – San Salvador – $288
- Los Angeles – Bogota – $296
- Miami – Montevideo – $407
Is Avianca Safe?
American travelers typically stick to what they know in terms of traveling, and understandably so. When you hop on board a metal tube jetting off into the clouds, you want to feel secure.
Taking a lesser-known airline may not be at the top of your mind. But with savings like these, that can make someone flip a switch real quick.
The good news is Avianca has a very safe reputation. They have clearance to obviously fly in America’s skies, as well as Europe.
The Colombia-based airline has a perfect 7 out of 7 safety rating according to airlineratings.com and meets all the criteria to be certified as a 3-star airline.
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