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Need a LAN visit South America Airpass, book with LAN or AA?

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I have elite status with AA and 99% of my tickets are bought from AA directly, these tickets usually involve a combination of AA flights and One World flights on the same ticket. For my upcoming trip to South America I will be flying on AA to South America and will be buying a LAN visit South America Airpass. Obviously, the airpass won't include any AA flights, but I am debating if I run into problems once in South America which airline will be better to contact to sort out the problems. What are the advantages/disadvantage to book the airpass with either carrier? Any thoughts?

Thanks in advance.

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