MIAMI – TAP Air Portugal (TP) announces temporary capacity reductions following the travel restrictions and the drop in passenger demand.
“We are working on the continuity of our business, confident that we will return soon to our usual pace of activity, always focusing on the future, sustainability and growth of TAP,” said the carrier’s CEO Antonoaldo Neves.
“We thank our employees for their commitment and sense of mission at a time as we all do our best to take care of our customers and of Portugal,” added Neves.
Regarding the flight cancellations, Portugal’s leading carrier invites customers to visit refunds.flytap.com to obtain a full ticket voucher for the total amount, valid for one year to any destination.
Also, the airline asks passengers to visit its website or app to quickly be assisted as the airline’s Customer Service Center is highly demanded.
The company’s network currently involves 90 destinations in 36 countries worldwide, operating 3,000 weekly flights on a fleet of 85 Airbus aircraft and 21 aircraft in TAP Express livery.
in 2019, the carrier was the first in Europe to receive Airbus A321LR CX-TXA CN8593 and the first worldwide to operate it simultaneously with A330neo.
By 2025, TP will renew its fleet with a combined order for 757 new Airbus aircraft, becoming one of the youngest fleets in Europe.
The flights that will served between March 23 and April 19 will be:
|Lisboa-Oporto (OPO)||Three flights per day|
|Lisboa-Funchal (FNC)||Two flights per day|
|Lisboa-Ponta Delgada (PDL)||One flight per day|
|Lisboa-Terceira (TER)||Three flights per week|
|Lisboa-Luxemburgo (LUX)||Two flights per week|
|Lisboa-Geneve (GVA)||Two flights per week|
|Lisboa-Frankfurt (FRA)||Two flights per week|
|Lisboa-London (LHR)||Four flights per week|
|Lisboa-Paris (ORY)||Two flights per week|
|Lisboa-Amsterdam (AMS)||Two flights per week|
|Lisboa-Newark (EWR)||Two flights per week|
|Lisboa-Boston (BOS)||Two flights per week|
|Lisboa-Toronto (YYZ)||Two flights per week|
|Lisboa-Miami (MIA)||Two flights per week|
|Lisboa-São Paulo (GRU)||Three flights per week|