TAM increases US flights

TAM will operate a new daily flight (round-trip) between Orlando and São Paulo (Brazil) as of August 2nd, doubling the frequency on the route. The aim of the new flight is to meet the high and rising demand of passengers between both cities. Currently, TAM is the only carrier to fly non-stop and daily between Orlando and Brazil.
 
The Airbus A330 flying the Orlando-São Paulo route will offer 221 seats that includes a First Class cabin with four seat units that have been designed for the passenger’s maximum privacy and comfort. TAM Airbus offers a further 34 seats in Business Class and 183 in Economy Class.
 
Until August 1st TAM scheduled one extra daily flight between Orlando and São Paulo to meet the increased demand that is expected during the peak season.

TAM began flying from Brazil to Orlando in November 2008 and are offering fourteen weekly frequencies between the US city and São Paulo. The airline also operates flights to Miami and New York.


City.Mobi

Also in the South America today, City.Mobi is celebrating the success of its new guide to Brazil.

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Brasilia.mobi is the latest in this illustrious line up, offering click to call functionality – which means no scribbling down telephone numbers.

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