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Business Class Tickets & Airfares to South America

South America is one big continent with several countries and cities. Travelers from across the world visit different destinations in South America. Of late, however, many of its cities have gained the distinction of business cities catering to the corporate world. With an increase in the number business destinations, South America is fast turning into a popular host for official meetings, conferences, and conventions.

South American cites are very well connected to the United States and the rest of the world. Many airlines operate daily and non-stop service to different destinations and fly hundreds of passengers from various corners of the US. It is easy to book cheap flights as there are many options available for the corporates. TAM Airlines, LAN Airlines, TAM Linhas Aéreas, and Aerolineas Argentinas offer service between New York John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and Buenos Aires Airport Jorge Newbery (AEP). US Airways, Air Canada, Aeromexico, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, and Lufthansa connect San Francisco International Airport (SFO) with Sao Paulo Guarulhos Airport (GRU). Aeromexico is the flagship carrier of Mexico and one of the most prominent airlines connecting the continent with the United States.

There are business class options also available to fly from the US to different South American cities. Passengers can book with Delta Air Lines and travel between Washington Ronald Reagan Airport (DCA) and Rio De Janeiro International Airport (GIG). British Airways also provides one-stop service from Seattle / Tacoma International Airport (SEA) to Rio de Janeiro.

Many airlines also provide first class flights to the South American destinations. TAM Airlines operates direct flights between New York and Sao Paulo. Other airlines, which fly to the Brazilian city, include Air France, and US Airways. Traveling in this class is a refreshing and a pleasurable experience.

São Paulo, Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro, Bogotá, Lima, Santiago, Caracas, and Medellín are the most preferred business cities. Due to the meteoric rise in the demand for business hotels, the hospitality industry has seen an equal meteoric rise in the past few years. Corporates are not willing to compromise on the service, food, and quality offered at these plush hotels, indirectly pushing up competition. Swissôtel in Lima, Peru, Caesar Park Hotel in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Copacabana Palace in Brazil, Grand Hyatt in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Hotel Oro Verde Guayaquil in Ecuador, Hotel San Fernando Plaza in Medellín, Colombia, JW Marriott Hotel in Lima, Peru are some of the best business hotels in South America. Other popular names include Miraflores Park Hotel in Peru, Radisson Royal Bogotá Hotel in Colombia and The Ritz-Carlton in Santiago, Chile.

Even when on a business trip it would make sense to steal away a few personal moments to explore the exotic beauty hidden in these cities. Some of the best places of interest in Sao Paulo include São Paulo Museum of Art, Hopi Hari, and Theatro Municipal. Lima boasts of Historic Centre of Lima, Cathedral of Lima, and Plaza Mayor. Buenos Aires is proud of Teatro Colón, Casa Rosada, and Luna Park. Likewise Bogota comprises Gold Museum, Colombian National Museum, and Bolívar Square. Similarly, Medellin consists of Los Katíos National Park, Cerro El Volador, and Aburrá Valley.