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Airbus - TAM Linhas A?reas order


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Airbus
: 23 January, 2008  (Company News)
Leading Brazilian carrier TAM Linhas Aéreas has firmed up its order for 22 A350 XWBs and for four additional A330-200s. The airline based in São Paulo has furthermore added another 20 A320 Family aircraft to the initial order. TAM, Airbus' biggest customer in the southern hemisphere, now has the largest A350 XWB fleet. This agreement raises the number of orders for the A350 XWB to 314 aircraft.
With a fleet of 102 Airbus aircraft, including 15 A319s, 70 A320s, three A321s, twelve A330-200s and two A340-500s, TAM operates not only the largest Airbus Fleet in Latin America, but also comprising the most Airbus models of any fleet in the region.

'Airbus aircraft help to build on our reputation of excellence through outstanding passenger comfort. The A350 XWB will provide state of the art passenger comfort, while assuring lowest operating costs and low emissions. We add professionalism and know how,' said David Barioni Neto, President of TAM, 'The A350XWB will allow us to continue the successful expansion we have already achieved with our A330s and A320s.'

'We are very proud to have TAM, one of the most internationally renowned airlines, as the launch customer for our new A350XWB programme in South America', said John Leahy, Airbus Chief Operating Officer, Customers. 'This contract is a confirmation of the trust that TAM puts in our successful partnership. We cannot value this confidence highly enough, and are certain this repeat order will also further boost TAM's impressive development.'
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