US Airways and Brazil’s TAM have both officially joined the oneworld alliance, greatly expanding the global airline grouping’s network in the Americas. The two carriers exited Star Alliance at the end of the day on March 30 and officially began services as oneworld members on the morning of March 31. The alliance switch was driven by mergers: TAM’s with oneworld member LAN Airlines in June 2012 to form LATAM Airlines Group and US Airways’ with oneworld’s ...

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