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Various US Cities to Brazil for the following RT airfares. Travel availability October thru March 2018 on United Airlines, LATAM, Avianca, Copa, or Aeromexico.

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Rio de Janeiro (GIG):
Boston (BOS) - $723
Fort Lauderdale (FLL) - $676
Los Angeles (LAX) - $793
Washington DC (IAD) - $744
San Francisco (SFO) - $741

Sao Paulo (GRU):
Atlanta (ATL) - $717
Austin (AUS) - $717
Boston (BOS) - $717
Chicago (ORD) - $743*
Denver (DEN) - $757
Detroit (DTW) - $717
Houston (IAH) - $743*
Las Vegas (LAS) - $717
Los Angeles (LAX) - $770
Miami (MIA) - $705
Minneapolis (MSP) - $717
Orlando (MCO) - $717
Salt Lake City (SLC) - $717
San Francisco (SFO) - $688
Seattle (SEA) - $717

* - nonstop
So....here's how to book it.
Thanks, Scotts Cheap Flights

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Been looking for a flight from Austin to Sao Paolo for Feb 8-18. However, prices are as normal, not sure where you're getting 700s from, $863 RT for me.
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I've flown to Brasil on PanAm, Braniff, Varig and TWA.....all dead now! Must be me!
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$813 is cheapest I see, Chicago to Sao Paulo
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Not sure why anyone would want to go there.
I wouldn't go to Rio it's really bad there at the moment. But São Paulo isn't bad. I just got back last weekend
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Not sure why anyone would want to go there.

Just don't go. I bet there are so many very nice places and things to do. Rio can be dangerous in certain places and times as any other BIG city but it has a bunch of things to do, see and eat
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I wouldn't go to Rio it's really bad there at the moment. But São Paulo isn't bad. I just got back last weekend
What's wrong with Rio ? I thought it was a touristic area
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FYI, you need Visa. It costs $160.
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I've flown to Brasil on PanAm, Braniff, Varig and TWA.....all dead now! Must be me!
LOL. Please take United this time.. Applause
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Avoid Rio: High crime area and very tourist-centric. Sao Paulo is a better bet for great food and nightlife, if you can live without the beach.
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Don't fly United Airlines. Just got back from a trip where United rebooked me for an earlier flight without telling me. The website I booked them from got me a flight back the next day but United told the website I bought the flight from that I had missed my flight. Paid an extra $150 for a last min hotel and food.

United had contacted me before for late flights but I guess if they overbook or something you are on your own (but they will keep your money).
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Don't fly United Airlines. Just got back from a trip where United rebooked me for an earlier flight without telling me. The website I booked them from got me a flight back the next day but United told the website I bought the flight from that I had missed my flight. Paid an extra $150 for a last min hotel and food.

United had contacted me before for late flights but I guess if they overbook or something you are on your own (but they will keep your money).
That's not exclusive to United. AA has done to me before as well...
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Better yet, fly into São Paulo then fly on Azul or Tam to either the northeast or far south of Brazil. Fortaleza in the north for beaches. Perhaps iguazu falls or curichiba in the south. Sao Paulo is like the New York of Brazil. It is not very pretty but there is a lot of restaurants and shopping. Rio is usually quite nice but there are probably better times to go there than now.
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Better yet, fly into São Paulo then fly on Azul or Tam to either the northeast or far south of Brazil. Fortaleza in the north for beaches. Perhaps iguazu falls or curichiba in the south. Sao Paulo is like the New York of Brazil. It is not very pretty but there is a lot of restaurants and shopping. Rio is usually quite nice but there are probably better times to go there than now.
Iguazu falls (or Iguaçu falls) are simply amazing. So many things to do. It's on the border with Argentina and Paraguay, so you can visit three countries in a single trip!heartheartheart
Avoid Rio de Janeiro and you are safe.

ps: brazilian here
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