TAM took delivery of a second A340-500 last week. Aircraft is configured with 42 business class seats and 225 in economy. TAM now operates 15 A319s, 66 A320s, three A321s, 10 A330s, two A340s, 11 F100s and three MD-11s. It expects to return five F100s and take delivery of three A320s and two A330s before year end. Separately, TAM will add six weekly frequencies to its daily services from Buenos Aires to Salvador (with A320s) and Florianopolis (with A319s) Dec. 15-March 2.
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