In this thread, we’ll see the last aircraft currently in Latam Brasil’s fleet still with the TAM livery gradually being either repainted into the much more boring Latam livery or outright retired, and, since the thread would die in not a long time if it was purely about repaints/retirements, talk anything about the airline.
As of April 2022, only 9 aircraft in the fleet remain with the TAM livery, with those being 3 A320-200s, 5 767-300ERs and 1 767-300F. The 767s will most likely be repainted since they’re some of the youngest pax 767s in the world, with the oldest of them being only 9.6 years old, and the youngest, 9.1, with the sole 767-300F not being too old either, at 14.5 years of age. The A320s, on the other hand, being the oldest aircraft in the fleet, with the oldest of them being 20.8 years old, and the youngest, 20.3, will most likely fly their final flights for the airline still with the TAM livery.
Here is the small list of aircraft in Latam Brasil’s fleet still wearing the TAM livery:
PT-MZY flew to SDSC on 14th of February 2022
PT-MSV flew to WSAP on 22nd of March 2022 for cargo conversion
Last edited on 3rd of April 2022 by @PlanesAndGames.