Articles tagged “tam”

Airlines

Latam Airlines May Have Finally Got Back Its Momentum

This is good news for Latam but even better news for the region as it continues to deal with disappointment in Brazil and the complete failure of Venezuela.

Latam Airlines May Have Finally Got Back Its Momentum

Airlines

TAM Is the First Airline in the Americas to Get Airbus’ Next-Gen A350

A new plane is only as cool as the ambitions it reveals about the airline, and TAM is certainly ambitious right now.

TAM Is the First Airline in the Americas to Get Airbus’ Next-Gen A350

Airlines

Avianca Brasil Sits Out Rivals’ Fare Fight With Bet on Free Meals

Avianca Brasil won't make a profit this year but it is maintaining its share of corporate travel while Gol and Tam are struggling to attract business travelers and are resorting to discounting fares to fill seats.

Avianca Brasil Sits Out Rivals’ Fare Fight With Bet on Free Meals

Airlines

The Brazilian Economy Is Bad and That’s Good for Its Domestic Flyers

Is this the equivalent of the early 1980s in the U.S.? Or something unique altogether?

The Brazilian Economy Is Bad and That’s Good for Its Domestic Flyers

Airlines

TAM Airlines Celebrates Rio’s 450th Birthday With a Copacabana Paint Job

It's lovely to see an airline get into the spirit of local celebrations, especially one as significant as this. Parabéns, Rio de Janeiro! Os melhores desejos para os próximos 450 anos.

TAM Airlines Celebrates Rio’s 450th Birthday With a Copacabana Paint Job

Media and PR

5 Travel Brands Winning on Social Media for the Week Ending August 1, 2014

Instagram is becoming a clearer choice for airlines to reach new fans.

5 Travel Brands Winning on Social Media for the Week Ending August 1, 2014

Online Travel

Top 10 Most Popular Travel Brands on YouTube in May

Encourage your audience to revel in summer fun and dare them to broaden their cultural horizons.

Top 10 Most Popular Travel Brands on YouTube in May

Airlines

Azul Orders New Jets from Airbus to Prepare for Expansion to U.S.

Even if it's only one flight, the return of Neeleman to U.S. airports is significant enough to get rival execs looking over their shoulders.

Azul Orders New Jets from Airbus to Prepare for Expansion to U.S.

Airlines

TAM Airlines Adding 750 Flights for World Cup

TAM says it is adding 750 flights for the World Cup, and an additional 1,000 temporary workers to accommodate all of those soccer fans. The airline has had two years to plan for the World Cup, and for many passengers TAM will be their all-important introduction to Brazil and the championship. Let the flights and games begin.

TAM Airlines Adding 750 Flights for World Cup

Uncategorized

World Cup Fans in Brazil May Get Stuck Up in the Air

It's all about the operations this summer in Brazil.

World Cup Fans in Brazil May Get Stuck Up in the Air