TAM to Fly Daily Between Brazil and Germany

    Brazil TAM's magazine

    Brazil TAM's magazine Leading Brazilian airline TAM has been officially authorized by the Brazilian Civil Aviation Authority (ANAC – Agência Nacional de Aviação Civil) to operate four additional weekly frequencies to Germany, totaling seven weekly flights to that country.

    The company should start daily operations to Frankfurt by the end of the year. In preparation for the new routes, TAM signed a Memorandum of Understanding with German airline Lufthansa three months ago to implement codesharing on national and international routes.

    TAM has been increasing its market share on international routes. It ended July with a 64.3% share among the Brazilian companies that operate internationally.

    In Europe, it already has direct flights to Paris (three flights per day, two from São Paulo and one from Rio de Janeiro); London (one flight per day) and Milan (one flight per day).

    In the United States it flies to Miami (three flights per day, two from São Paulo and one from Manaus) and to New York (two flights per day).

    It also serves various destinations within South America: Buenos Aires and Cordoba (Argentina), Santiago (Chile), Asuncion and Ciudad del Este (Paraguay), and Santa Cruz de la Sierra and Cochabamba (Bolivia).

    The company has already announced the beginning of daily flights to Caracas (Venezuela) in September, Montevideo (Uruguay) in October, and Madrid (Spain) in December.

    TAM has been the leader in the Brazilian domestic market since July 2003, and held a 50.6% domestic market share and 64.3% international market share at the end of July 2007.

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    • João da Silva

      Forrest
      [quote]i guess the minister of tourism
      wants to make the brasilian goverment money off the importation of europeans
      for the sex trade ,
      [/quote]

      You forgot that she is a Sexologist.Her orders are clear.Bring in as many sex tourists as possible!! That is the reason why I said that she gets the job done.

    • shuebydoo

      Good for German-Brazilians
      TAM must have German-Brazilians decision makers in it’s executive suite. As we all know, there is a huge German population in Brazil (including Gisele Bundchen) and now people from both countries can re-establish familial relationships. I say it is a good thing for that reason alone. I also think that it would be a profitable route given TAM’s history.

    • forrest Brown

      joao
      last time i flew up i
      put a sign on the door to tell people
      to put it in the tolit
      it worked at the one i used

      i wrote to the people at boing and air buss to ask themm to place signs in all there planes

    • João da Silva

      ch.c
      [quote]…I just remind you that you already have “nearly Germans” cities….in YOUR SOUTH…for many decades !
      It also happens they are the most developed in your country !
      [/quote]

      Thanks for the compliments 😉

    • João da Silva

      Forrest
      [quote]so what do you think will happen when a bunch of brasilians get on a flight from brasil to germany and when they go to the tolit
      and just throw there used paper on the floor as they do to flights to the states .[/quote]

      You are very observant,Admiral ,about the toilet tissues being thrown on the floor.You obsever everything and comment only here
      😉

    • forrest Brown

      in air we trust , dont know about the airport
      so what do you think will happen when a bunch of brasilians get on a flight from brasil to germany and when they go to the tolit
      and just throw there used paper on the floor as they do to flights to the states .

      or they get so drunk they cant even stand up going through customs , as soon as they get off the plane they start to smoke and use the phone in places
      where they are not susposed to .

      and the german polits will not tolrate any lax in ACT protcall as most polits have gotton use to comming to brasil
      and the brasilian polits talking to german ATC

    • ch.c.

      continued……..
      …it will be also fun to see what Air Carrier Brazilians citizens will chose from/to Brazil/Germany and Germany/Brazil !!!!!!
      Lufthansa or another German air carrier or TAM ?

      Eventually TAM will lose money on every ticket just to increase foreign exchange reserves for the Great Bin (as you say) Lula Gang ….to undercut the price/quality/security of German companies ! Or try to include some taxes to German Companies and not to TAM !!!!! Or discreetly subsidizing through various direct or indirect means TAM !

      Hey Hey !

    • ch.c.

      to Brazilian Dude……
      It was not a critic on you….but just a remainder !

      But as you know me…..I like to be sarcastic and acid ! But saying the truth is not bashing….contrary to what I am accused of !

      And about your comment “What I question is how these straight arrows will react when they see the mess Transportes Aéreos Mortais is, and when they start having accidents there too” …..the asnswer is quite simple : in most Aviation Trade Agreements…there is usually a reciprocity agreement.
      Therefore Germans will chose……LUFTHANSA and not TAM !
      But of course, Brazilian medias have so far told only one side of the story….as usual !

      I must suppose that LUFTHANSA will only asked German Authorities to have the right to raise the number of flights going to Brazil….and not to Brazilian Authorities ! Right ?
      That would be fair since based on the article TAM got the right to increase their flights to Germany….from Brazilian Authorities……and not from German Authorities !!!!! Right ?

      😉 😀

    • brazilian dude

      Ch.c…
      If you cool down a bit and read my posts you’ll see I truly apreciate those that like their things “in ordnung”, especially in the south of Brazil.What I question is how these straight arrows will react when they see the mess Transportes Aéreos Mortais is, and when they start having accidents there too.

    • ch.c.

      continued for…Brazilian Dude……
      …I just remind you that you already have “nearly Germans” cities….in YOUR SOUTH…for many decades !
      It also happens they are the most developed in your country !

    • ch.c.

      What a joke….these brazilians !
      1) No doubt in my mind got a permission from the German authorities to increase their flights to Germany….and not from Brazilian authorities ! Just think of it….if you can !
      2) on the subject of sex abuses with minors, funny that you point your fingers to the tip of the iceberg (10 %) but once more hide the reality for the bottom of the iceberg (90 %).
      A WELL KNOWN FACT THAT 90 % OF SEX ABUSES WITH MINORS…IN BRAZIL…..ARE MADE BY……B R A Z I L I A N S !!!!!!

      YESSSSS….PUT IN JAIL ALL FOREIGNERS DOING SUCH THINGS……BUT ALSO INCLUDE ALL BRAZILIANS……MOSTLY BUSINESSMEN,
      LOCAL, STATE AND FEDERAL POLITICIANS WHICH ALWAYS COME OUT WITH TOTAL…….IMPUNITY…..AS USUAL !

      Or does Brazil have 2 laws, one for foreigners and one for locals ?
      And if you have one law for all, why do you apply them for foreigners only and not to….LOCALS ??????

      Do you know that as per Brazilians stats (not even foreigners) thus subject to understatement, out or 5053 Brazilians municipalities, 970 have been recognizes of providing sex with minors ?????????
      Ohhhh that doesnt include yet NON municipalities….such as villages yet !

      And as per NON Brazilians sources,such as NGOs and International Organization for which Brazil is a member, the estimates are that 2 millions…..yesssssss 2’000’000 Brazilians children are forced into sex trade !!!!!!

      Would you mind standing up to the sad reality and change your fingerpointing direction by…180 degrees ??????

    • forrest Brown

      so how much tax for a child molster
      i guess the minister of tourism
      wants to make the brasilian goverment money off the importation of europeans
      for the sex trade ,

      i am not saying all of them will come for the children so will go for the older ones 15 to 19 if the senators dont have them at one of there parties !!

      think this german speaking english to a brasilian speaking english

      would love to here that raido call

      brasilian dude
      embraturs is just a way for the goverment to send out the lakeys to find a place to hide there stolen money

    • brazilian dude

      Someday …
      I’ll tell you about Embratur’s “projects”. Wonderful ways to send a bunch of handpicked vagabundos on freeloading tours around the world to supposedly promote brazil…
      Fantastic strategic planning. They don’t even know their portuguse, and have the gall to believe their english is first-rate.Pathetic fuuckers. 🙁

    • João da Silva

      German Dude
      [quote]Hi! I’m really looking forward having TAM here in Frankfurt!
      [/quote]

      To explore the Sexual Tourism? The obe=jectice is to “relaxar e gozar”

      I love my minister of tourism.She is so cute,dumb and an idiot,but she gets the job done.

    • brazilian dude

      to german dude…
      so I guess you’re an undertaker… 😉

    • German Dude

      Hi! I’m really looking forward having TAM here in Frankfurt!

    • Brazilian Dude

      Achtung!Achtung!
      So now we will share with the Deutchlanders our amazing disaster movie scenes! I wonder when one of the “well-maintained” airbuses from TAM (Tranportes Aéreos Mortais) will have its first failure over there, and what the Germans, who are so fond of everything “in ordnung” will do…

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