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Earn miles when flying on TAM Airlines marketed and operated flights for travel on an eligible published fare ticket. Miles are also earned on TAM Airlines codeshare flights operated by American Airlines.
What is an eligible published fare ticket?
Eligible published fare tickets must be:
Effective for flights flown on/after August 22, 2013
|Class of Service||Applicable Flights||Purchased Fares Booked in:||Base Miles||Class of Service Bonus Miles|
|First Class||All||F, A||100%||50%|
|Business Class||All||C, D, J, Z||100%||20%|
|Economy Class||International*||Y, B, E, U, S, H, M, K, G, Q, V, L, N||100%|
|Deep Discount Economy Class||Within Brazil||Y, B, E, U, S, M||100%|
|Deep Discount Economy Class||Within Brazil||H, K, G, Q, V, L, N||50%|
*International refers to flights to/from Brazil to South America, the Caribbean, Mexico, Europe and the U.S.
Use AAdvantage miles to book award travel on TAM Airlines flights with the following award option:
All awards are valid for one-way travel — unless otherwise specified — and may be combined to create round-trip or multi-city travel. These awards are MileSAAver awards and as such are subject to special seating limitations and to certain travel embargo dates.
To book award travel on one of our AAdvantage participating carriers, contact Reservations at 1-800-882-8880 (or your local American Airlines office). An award service charge applies to AAdvantage award reservations ticketed by our reservations office, Travel Centers or airport agents. View complete details on making award reservations.
Online at www.tamairlines.com.
Please allow up to 30 days for AAdvantage mileage to automatically post to your account.
To request missing mileage credit for flights flown on TAM, complete an online mileage request form. When completing this form, choose TAM from the "Select Airline Flown" drop-down menu.
TAM Airlines has service eligible for AAdvantage mileage accrual and redemption within Brazil, and between South America and the U.S., Caribbean, Mexico and Europe.