TAM reported second-quarter net income of BRL97.1 million ($44.4 million), a strong improvement over a net loss of BRL24.7 million in the year-ago quarter, on a 38.9% increase in revenues to BRL1.73 billion. The carrier said its leading domestic market share averaged 45.9% in the quarter, including 47.6% in June, as it continued to boost operational performance. Fleet utilization rose to 12 block hr. per day, up from 10.7 hr. in the year-ago quarter. Second-quarter operating income was ...

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