Category:TAM Airlines

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TAM Airlines (Portuguese: TAM Linhas Aéreas) was the Brazilian brand of LATAM Airlines Group. The merger of TAM with LAN Airlines was completed on June 22, 2012. The company is currently the largest Brazilian airline by market share and fleet size, though it is not a flag carrier. Before the takeover, TAM was Brazil's and Latin America's largest airline. Its headquarters are in São Paulo, operating scheduled services to destinations within Brazil, as well as international flights to Europe and other parts of North and South America. Shares in the company were traded on the São Paulo Exchange (BM&F Bovespa) and New York Stock Exchange as "TAM". Prior to the merger with LAN, the company closed its capital, transferring its shares to Latam Airlines Group. However, in August 2015 it was announced that the two airlines would fully rebrand as LATAM, with one livery to be applied on all aircraft by 2018.

According to the National Civil Aviation Agency of Brazil (ANAC), between January and December 2014 TAM had 38.1% of the domestic and 78.82% of the international market shares in terms of passengers per kilometer flown, making it the largest airline in Brazil. The airline withdrew from the Star Alliance and joined Oneworld effective March 31, 2014.


This page contains all films, TV series, and video games that feature aircraft of TAM Airlines.

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Pages in category "TAM Airlines"

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