Brazil's TAM signed an MOU with Airbus to order 32 A320s, including 22 A320neos, and also ordered two additional Boeing 777-300ERs.
A320neo. Courtesy, Airbus. Brazil's TAM signed an MOU with Airbus to order 32 A320s, including 22 A320neos, and also ordered two additional Boeing 777-300ERs. TAM becomes the third airline to commit to Airbus's re-engined narrowbody slated for a 2016 EIS, following Virgin America, which has a firm order for 30 A320neos, and Indian LCC IndiGo, which has signed an MOU to place an order for 150 (ATW Daily News, Jan. 19). As was the case with the previous two, TAM did not ...
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