July/05 data show that TAM is the leader in 75% of the airports in which it operates in Brazil (i.e. the leader in 35 airports). TAM has a market share of 44% of the Brazilian domestic market.
Of the major Brazilian airports, TAM is not the leader in GRU, POA, MAO, and FLN, all of which TAM is no. 2. TAM is no. 3 in GIG (after RG and G3).
TAM's most important airports in Brazil (total pax traffic) are, in order:
CGH, BSB, SDU, CNF, SSA, CWB, FOR, REC, VIX and GYN.
On 1 September/05 TAM received another A320 which makes its fleet size 75 aircraft (2nd biggest airline in Latin America, after RG).
Until the end of the year TAM will receive another A320 (+ 4 in 2006)and one A330 (+ 3 in 2006). TAM is the biggest operator of Airbuses in Latin America. All of TAM's F100 will be phased out by 2007/08.