UPDATE: see on this blog TAM Airpass 2008, with information in English on the newest TAM offering.
A friend of De Viaje a Brasil – Spanish version of this blog – got in touch with TAM in Spain last week and got sent a Word document that contains all the information you need to know about the TAM Airpass. Unfortunately, it is in Spanish only, but I’m making it available for download in case it’s of any help to any reader here. You can download the file here: TAM airpass 2007.
There seems to be some confusion about the way TAM interprets the use of its coupons. At one stage, TAM Spain told a reader of the blog every time the plane touches down you use one coupon. But today another friend of the blog has told us he purchased the Airpass in Belgium and has been able to use one coupon to fly from A to B with a stopover in between.
Best thing is to get in touch with TAM directly. If you can really fly from A to B and use only one coupon regardless of the number of stopovers the Airpass is an interesting alternative indeed – if only for long-distance flights