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TAP’s Summer 2024 Adds More Long-haul Flights

TAP’s Summer 2024 Adds More Long-haul Flights

TAP is expanding its service for the summer of 2024 to include flights to more locations in important markets including Brazil and North America.

For 13 weeks, six new weekly flights will be introduced to Recife, Brazil. There will be an additional two flights per week to Fortaleza and Rio de Janeiro, which will bring the total up to nine and twelve weekly flights on the routes, respectively.

TAP intends to expand its weekly flight schedule between Lisbon and Belém, Brasília, Natal/Maceio, Porto Alegre, Salvador, and São Paulo.

Together with the higher frequency, the airline will offer 96 weekly flights between Portugal and Brazil by the height of the summer 2024 season, 16 more than the 80 weekly flights it ran the previous summer.

In comparison to summer 2023, four additional flights per week will be introduced to Toronto, Canada, increasing to 14 flights per week in total. Additionally, the deal expands the frequency of flights from five to six per week between Lisbon and Montreal.

Compared to summer 2023, there are now four extra flights per week to Washington, DC, from the United States, two flights per day. Additionally, there will be one more flight per week, increasing the frequency from five to six weekly, between Lisbon and San Francisco.

TAP will provide 20 weekly flights to Canada, five more than in the summer of 2023, and 77 weekly flights between Portugal and the United States overall this summer, five more than in the same period last year.

This summer, TAP will increase its flight schedule to the Americas by operating three weekly flights between Lisbon and Caracas. One of these flights will make a stopover in Funchal on the incoming route to facilitate travel to and from Madeira.

Popular vacation spots including Porto Santo, Alicante, Ibiza, Menorca, Palma de Mallorca, and Naples are once again seeing TAP’s seasonal operations.

TAP has optimised its operations, fleet, aircraft maintenance, and engineering to achieve enhanced services.

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Written by Nadia Farha Mubin

Content Writer and Travel Enthusiast


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