Interesting fare with some interesting routing options (at least with a few searches) between Amsterdam and Chile. It is a Lufthansa P fare but since no Lufthansa group airlines are flying to SCL, it gives some flexibility on LATAM, Air Canada or United for Intra-Americas flying in D class.
Or you can go with just United, Austrian and LATAM via IAH and JFK.
Here is a sample of the fare rules:
TRAVEL FROM TURNAROUND MUST COMMENCE NO EARLIER THAN 7 DAYS AFTER ARRIVAL AT TURNAROUND.
TRAVEL FROM LAST STOPOVER MUST COMMENCE NO LATER THAN 12 MONTHS AFTER DEPARTURE FROM FARE ORIGIN.
1 STOPOVER PERMITTED IN EACH DIRECTION AT EUR 100.00 EACH. CHILD/INFANT DISCOUNTS APPLY.
UNLIMITED TRANSFERS PERMITTED ON THE FARE COMPONENT FARE BREAK SURFACE SECTORS NOT PERMITTED AND EMBEDDED
SURFACE SECTORS PERMITTED ON THE FARE COMPONENT.
THE HIGHER INTERMEDIATE POINT RULE DOES NOT APPLY FOR STOPOVERS.