TAM Airlines

Full Service Carrier
International and Domestic
In service


TAM Linhas Aereas SA, operating as LATAM Airlines Brasil, was established in 1961 as ‘Táxi Aéreo Marília’ (TAM). The Brazilian full-service carrier provides an extensive network of domestic and international services to destinations throughout Central and South America, as well as to the US and Europe, utilising a fleet of narrow and wide-body Airbus and Boeing aircraft. LATAM Airlines Brasil operates from its primary hub at Sao Paulo Guarulhos International Airport, with secondary hubs at Rio de Janeiro Galeão International Airport and Brasilia International Airport. The airline forms part of LATAM Airlines Group SA, the result of a merger between the former TAM and LAN airline groups, finalised in Jun-2012. It was previously a member of the Star Alliance, ending its relationship on 30-Mar-2014 and joining oneworld the following day.

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