Photograph: TAM's domestic capacity has increased 140% in the past four years. The carrier, which currently operates a fleet composed largely of Fokker-made aircraft, such as this Fokker 100, has orders and options for nearly 90 Airbus transports, including up to 78 A319/320s. TAM Strong economic growth, market liberalization and airline privatization are sending traffic soaring to/from and within Latin America, particularly in Brazil, which accounts for about one-third of the ...
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