Brazil’s dominant international carrier TAM Airlines is up-gauging its double daily Airbus A330 service between Sao Paulo and Miami to a Boeing 777-300ER as domestic rival GOL Linhas Aereas Inteligentes prepares to add the same route to its network. The aircraft change, which will occur in the second quarter, when TAM adds more 362-seat 777s to its fleet, increases the carrier’s daily capacity by 278 seats for a total gain of 1,946 seats each week. GOL, meanwhile, plans to operate its ...
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