NEW YORK — U.S. travelers to Europe can now include a free visit to Portugal to their travel plans with new daily nonstop service from both New York’s John F. Kennedy International and Boston’s Logan International airports.
TAP Portugal serves 45 European destinations from the US, via Lisbon, at fares starting from just $799. Travelers can stay up to three nights on their stopover in Lisbon and even add a free domestic flight to Porto also.
The new daily flights from Boston start on June 11 while the new JFK daily flights commence on July 1. Both will be operated with new Airbus A330 aircraft. TAP also serves Lisbon from Miami and from Newark which also become daily service this summer. Additionally, TAP serves Oporto twice weekly from Newark. The Stopover program is available on all flights and all routes.
“People always tell me that they want to visit Portugal,” said David Neeleman, TAP’s Chief Executive Officer. “With TAP’s Stopover program, we’re making that visit much easier – and it’s free! Lisbon and Porto are the natural gateways to Europe and are a wonderful way to break up your travel.”
The 45 European destinations from the US which include the stopover in Lisbon and/or Porto include: Portugal’s own Faro, Funchal, Ponta Delgada, Porto Santo, and Terceira; France’s Bordeaux, Lyon, Marseille, Nantes, Nice, Paris, and Toulouse; Germany’s Berlin, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, and Munich; Italy’s Bologna, Milan, Rome, and Venice; Spain’s A Coruña, Astúrias, Barcelona, Bilbao, Madrid, Málaga, Seville, Valencia, and Vigo; the United Kingdom’s London and Manchester; and Amsterdam, The Netherlands; Brussels, Belgium; Copenhagen, Denmark; Geneva, Switzerland; Helsinki, Finland; City of Luxembourg, Luxembourg; Moscow, Russia; Oslo, Norway; Prague, Czech Republic; Stockholm, Sweden; Vienna, Austria; Warsaw, Poland; and Zurich, Switzerland.