On 19 January, TAM Airlines inaugurated the 4,331-kilometre sector between Sao Paulo Guarulhos and Bogota. Flights will operate four times weekly with the oneworld member using its 767-300s on the city link. The first flight was operated by PT-MOC according to Flightradar24.com, which sports the oneworld livery.
- TAM Airlines commenced services on the 4,331-kilometre sector between Sao Paulo Guarulhos (GRU) and Bogota (BOG) on 19 January. The oneworld member will utilise its 767-300s on the city pair, and will join fellow LATAM Group member LAN Airlines on the sector, which itself operates a daily service. Both of the carriers will also face Star Alliance member Avianca on the route, which operates a double-daily schedule. Flights leave the Brazilian city at 06:05, arriving in the Colombian capital at 09:35. The return sector leaves Bogota at 11:45, landing back in Sao Paulo at 21:05 the same day. TAM Airlines last served this city pair in 2012, when it ended a daily A320 service on 9 September of that year.