TAP to resume 66 flights in August and 76 in September
In September, TAP will restore about 40% of its normal operation.
TAP has just announced that it is gradually restoring its operation and that it will resume around 500 flights per week (round trip) in August, in a total of 66 routes. In September, the airline plans to carry out around 700 weekly flights, in a total of 76 flights.
In August, TAP will have 18 weekly flights to Brazil available, 20 flights to six destinations in North America, 44 flights to nine destinations in Africa, 126 flights to six Portuguese airports and 329 flights to 30 European cities. In addition to the connections to Paris, Luxembourg and Funchal, which were restored in July, Porto will have flights to Ponta Delgada, Rio de Janeiro, Newark, London, Milan and Zurich in August, as well as a connection to Amsterdam, starting in September.
TAP's operation will be more significantly restored in September, when it returns to about 40% of its normal supply before the pandemic. Then, the airline will have 22 weekly flights to Brazil, 30 connections in eight routes to North America, 59 flights to 13 cities in Africa and the Middle East, 498 connections to 35 cities in Europe and 159 flights between six Portuguese cities.
In a press release, TAP shared the information that “the list of routes and flights may be adjusted whenever circumstances require, in view of the dynamics of the impositions and restrictions of the various countries, due to the pandemic progress, as well as the demand evolution”. The airline adds that it has "adjusted the routines and implemented new and reinforced procedures, guaranteeing all passengers a 'Clean & Safe' environment at all stages of the trip".
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