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Presidente Riesco 5711

20th Floor

Las Condes



Phone: 56 2 565 2525


er market. Competition: In Ecuador, the company’s principal competitors are TAME, Aerogal and Icaro. Operations within Colombia LAN Colombia continued to expand its routes inside Colombia in 2013, using a network of 20 domestic destinations to transport approximately 4.2 million passengers during the year. As of December 2013, LAN Colombia serviced its domestic destinations with 7 Airbus A320 aircraft, 4 Boeing B737 aircraft and 8 Dash-200 aircraft. In regard to service, during 2013 the company launched a new VIP lounge in the El Dorado Airport in Bogotá. Competition: The company competes with Avianca. Other competitors in the domestic market are Copa, Viva Colombia, EasyFly and Satena. Operations within Brazil TAM Linhas Aereas is the domestic passenger airline in Brazil. As of January 31, 2014 TAM Linhas Aereas has flights to 40 destinations (42 airports) within Brazil, as well as some seasonal destinations. As of January 31, 2014, the company operated an average fleet of 120 aircraft in the Brazilian domestic market. Competition: During 2013, TAM S.A.’s (TAM) main competitors in the domestic market were GOL, the merged airlines Trip and Azul, and Avianca Brazil. Passenger Alliances and Commercial Agreements oneworld: oneworld is a global marketing alliance comprising of LAN Peru, LAN Argentina, LAN Ecuador, Air Berlin, American Airlines Group, British Airways, Cathay Pacific Airlines, Finnair, Iberia, Japan Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Qantas Airways, S.A.S. (Qantas), Qatar, Royal Jordanian and S7. Together, the members of the oneworld alliance, including the company, plus the other airlines that have committed to join the alliance, would serve approximately 950 airports across 160 countries, operating 13,000 daily departures. American Airlines Group: Through this alliance, the company offers service to thirty additional destinations in the United States and Canada. Iberia: The company has a code-share agreement with Iberia, pursuant to which it offers passengers between 10 and 14 non-stop frequencies per week between Santiago and Madrid. Qantas: In 2002, the company initiated a code-share agreement with Qantas to operate between Santiago, Chile and Sydney, Australia with a stopover in Auckland, New Zealand. As of March 31, this code-share agreement includes 6 Santiago-Auckland-Sydney flights operated by the company and 3 non-stop Santiago-Sydney flights offered by Qantas. British Airways: The company has a code-share agreement with British Airways on flights between Sao Paulo and Santiago to provide service for British Airways passengers traveling from London to Santiago through a connection in Sao Paulo. This code-share agreement also includes British Airways’ flights between Madrid and London. Lufthansa and Swiss Air: TAM has a code-share agreement with Lufthansa and Swiss, pursuant to which TAM offers its customers long haul flights from Brazil to Germany, inside Germany to 7 destinations and within Europe to 6 destinations operated by Lufthansa and Swiss Air. Lufthansa and Swiss Air likewise offer customers seats on TAM’s flights from Brazil to Germany, inside Brazil to 11 destinations and within South America to 3 destinations. Aeromexico: The company expanded its previous alliance with Aeromexico and the code-sharing agreement includes all of the company’s passenger airlines. Under this alliance, the company code-share in flights to Mexico from Chile and Peru, as well as to 18 domestic destinations in Mexico. Additionally, its code-sharing agreement provides its passengers with benefits, such as easier connections and reciprocal accrual and redemption of frequent flyer program rewards. In 2012, TAM also implemented a code-share agreement with Aeromexico between Sao Paulo and Mexico City. This code-share agreement also includes 9 destinations in Brazil, and 9 destinations in Mexico. All Nippon Airways: In 2010, TAM initiated a code-share agreement with All Nippon Airways to operate between Sao Paulo and Narita, through connections in London. From March 30, 2014, All Nippon Airways switches its operation to Haneda Airport, giving its passengers access to the prefe


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