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Answer. Yes, but you have to purchase a particular fare that is not usually advertised (a oneworld global explorer fare, sometimes called a xGLOBx fare, to be distinguished from the more usual oneworld explorer fare, an xONEx). Any competent travel agent can arrange this for you, if you know what to ask. No internet site is capable of pricing xGLOBx fares, ...


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Lonely Planet has information on this. There are flights from/to Santiago and from/to Papeete. Some people choose this connection just to travel between France and Tahiti by avoiding annoyances of a transit through the USA. Lan Airlines (100-920; Av Atamu Tekena s/n; 9am-4:30pm Mon-Fri & 9am-12:30pm Sat), near Av Pont, is the only airline serving ...


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I can (from personal experience) confirm that it is absolutely possible to walk around the island at night alone. However, please inform your hosts before you leave and also inform them where you plan to wander around. Just in case. There are some closed areas which are only accessible with guides though (nature preservation and archeological sites), so ...


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The reason why you're seeing exorbitant rates on one-way tickets is because most one-way ticket buyers are businessmen who are price-insensitive. The reasonable approach (employed by many businessmen as well) is to buy a return ticket and throwaway the other leg. This is called throwaway ticketing. A return flight in September on the PPT-IPC route comes out ...


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I was in the airport on Easter Island in August of 2015. The only airline counter there is LAN (LATAM). No other airlines have any facilities. LAN offers daily flights from Santiago and weekly (some web sites say twice a week) from Tahiti. These are your only options. The Wikipedia page for the airport says there is seasonal service (also by LAN) from Lima ...


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