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Expanded TAM / bmi codeshare agreement helps to link Ireland and Brazil

Ireland and Brazil find themselves a little bit closer together since 7 July thanks to an expanded codeshare agreement between TAM and bmi that includes Dublin. Through the agreement customers of TAM and bmi in Brazil and Ireland now enjoy simplified flight reservation procedures, convenient connections with just one ticket and the ability to check baggage through to the final destination.

The bilateral agreement allows for bmi and TAM, Brazil and the Southern Hemisphere’s largest airline, to expand services for customers travelling between Brazil, the United Kingdom and Ireland, resulting in more destination options and convenient connections to-and-from the largest cities in all the countries.

In this first phase of the agreement TAM’s customers are able to fly from Sao Paulo (Brazil) to London Heathrow Airport aboard a Boeing 777-300ER to connect with bmi flights in Heathrow going on to Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Manchester, Belfast and Dublin.

bmi customers, including those in Ireland, are now able to take direct flights from Dublin or Belfast to London Heathrow to connect with TAM’s service to Sao Paulo (Brazil) where there are connecting flights to the Brazilian cities of Rio de Janeiro, Curitiba, Salvador and Fortaleza.

In the second phase the partnership will be expanded to include more bmi routes that will allow TAM to offer its customers more connections over London to Europe. bmi customers, including those in Ireland, will also benefit from the addition of TAM destinations in other South American countries including Buenos Aires (Argentina), Santiago (Chile), Montevideo (Uruguay) and Lima (Peru).

TAM recently (19 June) added a second daily service between Sao Paulo and Montevideo.

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