RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Chile-based LATAM has always been a reference for the Latin American air sector, even before it became LATAM, with the merger between the Chilean and Brazilian groups in June 2012. The company's history began in 1976, when Regional Air Transport (TAM) emerged under the control of Commander Rolim Amaro.
Since then, the company's trajectory has fluctuated between ups and downs, marked by historical events, as well as by serious accidents, but which hardly removed its pioneering spirit. The company, founded in Marília, SP, 450 kilometers northwest of the capital, is one of . . .