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TAM opens up southern Brazil with new flights

TAM opens up southern Brazil with new flights

With the addition of more flights to seven cities in the southern region of Brazil, TAM offers visiting international travellers more options with frequent connectivity.

The additional flights to Curitiba, Londrina, Foz do Iguacu, Joinville, Navegantes / Itajaí, Florianópolis and Porto Alegre have been added to the just under 800 daily flights by the leading Brazilian airline, connecting 42 destinations throughout Brazil.

Starting in December, TAM will add a fifth daily direct flight between Porto Alegre and Rio de Janeiro / Galeão.

The schedule will allow more options for international connections to and from Europe or America. Another new route for southern Brazil is the exclusive, non-stop flight between Joinville and Sao Paulo / Guarulhos announced earlier this year.

From Monday to Saturday, the route mainly serves the corporate segment of the industrial region of Joinville, the second largest city for metal fabrication in Brazil, and offers better options to connect domestically and internationally.

TAM has also decided to increase the frequency from two to three daily direct flights between Porto Alegre and Brasilia and one more on the route between Florianopolis and Rio de Janeiro / Galeão, thus reaching the six flights per week.

Passengers also have exclusive options like direct flights between Curitiba and Salvador and a flight that connects Foz do Iguaçu and São Paulo / Congonhas, both offered every day of the week.