TAP Air Portugal is gradually restoring its pre-COVID-19 flight operations with plans to operate 879 flights per week, on 100 routes, by August.
The carrier will operate 51 flights a week from North America, with service to Lisbon from Boston, Newark, Chicago, Washington DC, San Francisco, Toronto, and Montreal.
As well, TAP is adding eight new routes to Europe and Africa this summer: Fuerteventura, Ibiza, and Santiago de Compostela, Spain; Zagreb, Croatia; Djerba and Monastir, Tunisia; and Oujda and Agadir, Morocco.
In total, TAP will operate 555 flights each week to European destinations in August. It will also operate 83 flights each week to destinations in Africa.
These will include six flights each week to Luanda, three to Maputo, three to Bissau, four to São Tomé, ten to Praia, three to Sal and seven to São Vicente.
The airline is also adding more flights throughout Portugal In August, with 126 weekly flights on eight domestic routes.
TAP will increase its service to Madeira over the coming months, operating five daily flights from Lisbon to Funchal by August, as well as two daily flights between Porto and Funchal.
And it will also restart its service to Porto Santo, with five flights per week from June.
By August, TAP will operate 22 weekly flights to the Azores. There will be 12 flights per week from Lisbon and three per week from Porto to Ponta Delgada. There will be one flight each day on the Lisbon-Terceira route.
TAP will operate four flights per day between Lisbon and Porto. In August, the airline will operate three flights per day between Lisbon and Faro.
Tickets purchased by May 31, for travel by Dec. 31, 2021, also can be changed free of charge. This offers all the airline’s passengers more flexibility, allowing them to book and organize their travels with confidence. All the information about how to change the bookings is available here.