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IS TAP PORTUGAL STILL FLYING?

TAP Air Portugal has around 100 aircraft in its fleet. In fact, the airline will operate just 25 international flights per week. Due to COVID-19 pandemic, the aviation industry is facing a crisis like never before. A coronavirus has effectively brought the industry to its knees, particularly in Europe.

INTERNATIONAL DESTINATIONS

The TAP Air Portugal flight schedule has been completely decimated by the global coronavirus crisis. TAP Airlines had already announced flight cancellations to 60 different destinations. However, due to improving situation, TAP Air Portugal has released a new schedule. Currently, TAP Air Portugal is only running 11 international destinations. Below is the list of the routes that will remain open:

  • Sao Paulo- 3X per week
  • Newark- 2X per week
  • Boston- 2X per week
  • Toronto- 2X per week
  • Miami- 2X per week
  • Geneva- 2X per week
  • Luxembourg- 2X per week
  • Frankfurt- 2X per week
  • London- 4X per week
  • Paris- 2X per week
  • Amsterdam- 2X per week

DOMESTIC DESTINATIONS

TAP Air Portugal will, however, maintain a much more frequent service within the confines of the United States’ borders. Also, TAP Portugal is only operating 25 international flights, the number of domestic flights is almost double this.

To just 4 destinations, TAP Air Portugal will operate 45 rotations per week. Following are the destinations served by TAP Air Portugal airlines:

  • Porto- 3X per week
  • Funchal- 2X per week
  • Ponta Delgada- 1X per week
  • Terceira- 3X per week

RESTRICTIONS FOR TRANSPORT OF BAGGAGE

TAP Air Portugal has put restrictions for transport of baggage on flights to/from Abidjan, Accra, Bissau, Dakar, Praia, Sao Vicente, and Sao Tome.

Travelling to Abidjan, Accra, Bissau, Dakar, Praia, Sao Vicente ad Sao Tome:

  • Christmas: from 11 December 2020 to 10 January 2021
  • Easter: from 19 March 2021 to 4 April 2021

Departing from Abidjan and Accra

  • New Year: from 26 December 2020 to 10 January 2021
  • Easter: from 5 April 2021 to 12 April 2021