Together with partners KLM, Air France can cover most of the South American continent as well as Central America and the Caribbean. They boast several cabin classes, each with its own individual style.
You can fly with Air France to Latin America out of one of 10 UK local airports and connect via its hub Charles de Gaulle International Airport, Paris. Fly to Bogota; Brasilia; Buenos Aires; Caracas; Lima; Montevideo; Panama; Rio;
Sao Paulo; Santiago; Cayenne; Havana; Santo Domingo; Mexico.
Air France is part of the SkyTeam Alliance - you can accumulate air miles with all SkyTeam partners.
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Hannah Waterhouse - Travel Consultant
Hannah had an early introduction to Latin America when her family moved to Ecuador and she returned to study in Buenos Aires for a year before backpacking across the continent.
Paul Winrow-Giffin - Travel Consultant
After graduating in Computer Science, Paul spent seven months travelling from Colombia to Argentina and came home hooked on Latin America.
Carrie Gallagher - Travel Consultant
A former JLA tour leader, Carrie brings a wealth of on-the-ground experience to our London-based Escorted Groups team.
Ben Line - Travel Consultant
Ben fell in love with Latin America on a six month backpacking trip from Colombia to Mexico in 1995. Since then he has explored most of South America, including living in Peru for a year. He is now Manager of the Tailor-made Department.
Jamie Swan - Product & Marketing
Jamie backpacked across Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina and Brazil before joining us; he has a degree in politics and is also a keen sportsman..
Jim Ashworth - Product & Marketing
Jim first caught the Latin American travel bug in 2001 when he decided at the last minute to join a friend travelling around Central America – he hasn't looked back since.