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Trip Report: My Mexico City and Santiago Mileage Run Vacation Part 2

This might seem a little bit repetitive, but I just did a Mexico City and Santiago mileage run vacation back in November and wrote a whole trip report about it. I will be writing about the same mileage run fare which was $316.50. This time, I explore different places throughout Mexico City and experienced different things in Santiago, Chile. I also got upgraded to Aeromexico’s Premier Clase (Business Class) throughout my journey which was pleasant.

Introduction to Mexico City and Santiago Chile Part 2
LAX Airport Air Canada Maple Leaf T2 Star Alliance Lounge
Aeromexico LAX-MEX 737-700 Business Class
The Sights and Sounds of Colonia Roma in Mexico City
The Sights and Sounds of Colonia Condesa in Mexico City
Aeromexico MEX-SCL 767-300ER Business Class
The Sights and Sounds of Barrio Bellavista in Santiago Chile Part 2
The Sights and Sounds of Downtown Santiago Chile Part 3
Aeromexico SCL-MEX 767-300ER Business Class
Le Meridien Mexico City Hotel Review
The Sights and Sounds of Bosque de Chapultepec in Mexico City
The Sights and Sounds of Centro Historico in Mexico City Part 2
Aeromexico MEX-LAX 737-700 Business Class

My routing was as follows: LAX-MEX-SCL-MEX-LAX:

I earned 11,275 miles at a rate of 2.8cpm which was fantastic. I credited my Aeromexico flights to Delta Airlines and my Alaska segment to American Airlines. My miles eventually posted on Delta, but not without a fight. I wrote about Aeromexico Flights Not Automatically Crediting on Delta Air Lines.


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