ANA to Expand Partnership with TAM Airlines

By Jesse Sokolow on 7 October 2014
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ANA aircraft in Tokyo

An ANA aircraft in Tokyo

All Nippon Airways announced that it plans to expand its codeshare agreement with Brazilian carrier TAM Airlines later this month.

Beginning October 26, ANA will be allowed to place its code on TAM-operated flights to São Paulo from both Paris and Frankfurt.  Along with the transatlantic routes, the carrier will also put its code on five additional TAM routes from São Paulo.

The airline currently offers codeshare flights with TAM between London and São Paulo, as well as additional codeshares to Brazil with United Airlines and Lufthansa.

All Nippon Airways was founded in 1952, and is based in Tokyo.  The carrier is a member of Star Alliance, and currently serves over 70 destinations worldwide.

TAM Airlines was founded in 1961, and is part of the Latam Airlines Group, which also includes LAN Airlines, LAN Argentina, LAN Colombia, LAN Ecuador, and LAN Peru.  The airline left Star Alliance and became a member of oneworld on March 31 this year.

(Photo: Accura Media Group)

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