Tap Air Portugal Resumes 66 Routes in August and 76 in September

TAP Air Portugal is gradually restoring its operation and has approximately 500 weekly round-trip flights scheduled for August, for a total of 66 routes. In September, the airline expects to operate close to 700 flights per week, for a total of 76 routes, increasing the connectivity between Europe and Africa, North America and Brazil.

In Ireland, TAP will offer a daily flight between Dublin and Lisbon during August. However, in September the airline will restore full capacity with double daily operation between the two cities and good connections to Madeira, Azores and beyond.

The list of routes and flights may be adjusted whenever circumstances require, in accordance with the evolution of taxes and restrictions in the various countries, the evolution of the pandemic, as well as the evolution of demand.

The health and safety of both passengers and staff is the number one priority at TAP Air Portugal. The environment on board the aircrafts is one of the most sterile and safe from the point of view of the contagion of infectious diseases, given the air quality and the cabin configuration. The airline has also adjusted the routines and implemented new and reinforced procedures, guaranteeing all passengers a clean & safe environment at all stages of their journey.

Book with confidence

To allow customers to plan their next travels with confidence, TAP has introduced a one-time free rebooking (DU tax waiver) on all tickets issued between the 1st of July and the 31st of August, for travel between the 1st of July and the 31st of October.

Please note, this change must be made up to 21 days before the date of the first flight. New flight dates must comply with the ticket’s validity. Validity cannot be extended.

For more information and to view TAP Air’s flight schedules, please visit flytap.com.


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