TAM Airlines orders 25 new Airbus’

TAM Airlines, Brazil’s largest airline, recently signed an order for 25 new Airbus aircrafts.

The airline announced that it ordered 20 A320 planes and five A350’s, according to the company website, which brings the total number of Airbus’ ordered by the company to 176.

The new planes will replace older aircraft that has been part of the fleet for six years. TAM Airlines is committed to keeping the average age of its fleet at six years.

“We are extremely pleased with TAM’s continued confidence in Airbus and appreciate the great partnership we have established over the past decade,” said John Leahy, the company’s chief operating officer. “The A320 Family is recognized as being the most modern and efficient single-aisle aircraft around and through continuous investments the best keeps getting better. TAM’s repeat order underlines this aircraft’s leadership position in the market.”

TAM Airlines is headquartered in Sao Paolo, Brazil, and offers flights to Argentina, Chile, Venezuela, England, France, Spain(,) Italy and Germany, according to the company website.


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