Ecuador's TAME Relaunches As Public Company, Targets Links With SkyTeam Partners

Ecuadorian airline TAME will enter the widebody and long-haul market with the introduction of its first Airbus A330-200 in July. TAME plans to operate the aircraft on the Quito-New York route exclusively, TAME CEO Rafael Farias told Aviation Week. The aircraft is on a six-year lease. “The nice thing...

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