Bolivia


TAMep services still suspended

Bolivia’s TAMep has still not resumed services, which it suspended on 28 September. The airline had announced on 27 September that it would cancel all its services from the following day through 3 October for unspecified “administrative adjustments.” Over two weeks later, services remain suspended, with the booking function on […]


TAMep begins operations

After several months of inactivity, Bolivia’s Transporte Aéreo Militar (TAM) resumed operations on 3 April in its new guise as TAM Empresa Pública (TAMep). The airline was awarded a provisional AOC in late March. At present, the airline’s sole aircraft is Avro RJ70 CP-3106 (msn E1252). She operated TAMep’s inaugural service, […]

TAM Empresa Pública Avro RJ70 CP-3106 displays the airline's new colors

TAMep to begin operations

Bolivia’s government has awarded TAM Empresa Pública (TAMep) a provisional AOC. Decree No.3846 grants the airline a six-month AOC, permitting it to resume operations, which had been suspended in July 2018. The decree noted TAM’s traditional role of serving isolated communities. The airline then announced that it intends to begin […]


TAM back from the dead?

Bolivia’s Civil Aviation Authority (DGAC) has announced that Transporte Aéreo Militar (TAM) has entered the final phase of civil certification as a civil airline, to be known as TAM Empresa Pública (TAMep). The airline missed multiple deadlines to achieve civil certification, and suspended services on 31 July 2018 when it […]


TAM resumes services

After a brief suspension, Bolivia’s Transporte Aéreo Militar (TAM) resumed all of its services on 10 May. The airline announced on 2 May that it was suspending all services to allow for preventive maintenance on its aircraft. TAM’s fleet is believed to include one operational BAe 146-200, FAB-106 (msn E2048). Recent news items on […]

TAM BAe 146

TAM Avro RJ70 FAB-108

TAM temporarily suspends services

Bolivia’s Transporte Aéreo Militar (TAM) announced on 2 May that it was suspending all services until 11 May to allow for preventive maintenance on its aircraft. TAM’s fleet is believed to include one operational BAe 146-200, FAB-106 (msn E2048). The airline is in the process of converting itself into a civil airline, to […]