Brazilian operator TAM has firmed its memorandum of understanding from the Berlin Air Show for 20 more Airbus narrowbodies and five more of the European manufacturer’s A350-900s. Airbus says new aircraft from its A320 family will replace existing Airbus narrowbodies operated by the Brazilian carrier. The DAILY previously reported that the A350s are part of an expedited replacement of TAM’s A330 fleet (DAILY, June 10). With this firm order, TAM’s Airbus orders increase to 134 aircraft ...

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