TAM Airlines launches Miami/Brazil service

TAM Airlines, part of LATAM Airlines Group, is now operating a non-stop flight between Miami and Belem, Brazil. 
The belly capacity of the B767-300 will boost exporting and importing opportunities between the USA and the Pará region of Brazil, a statement says. TAM expects to transport more than 700 tonnes of air cargo annually on the new twice-weekly service.
TAM connects Miami to five Brazilian cities: Brasilia, Belo Horizonte/Confins International Airport, Manaus, Rio de Janeiro/Galeão International Airport and São Paulo/Guarulhos Airport. 

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