Tap Portugal News

Ricardo Dinis, area sales manager, UK & Ireland, TAP Air Portugal

Ricardo Dinis, area sales manager, UK & Ireland, TAP Air Portugal

9 November 2018 Videos

As flag-carrier TAP Portugal prepares to welcome the new Airbus A330neo to its fleet, Ricardo Dinis, area sales manager in the UK for the airline, tells Breaking Travel News what advantages it offers. Speaking at World Travel Market, he also reveals how the latest departures from London City Airport have been received by the market as well as telling us how it feels to have won at the World Travel Awards.

TAP launches new London City-Porto route

TAP launches new London City-Porto route

26 March 2018 Airline News

TAP’s new route between London City Airport and Porto launched earlier, with the inaugural flight taking off from London City at 14:50 on Sunday. The route operates six days a week and arrives in Porto at 17:10.

TAP launches new London City-Porto connection

TAP launches new London City-Porto connection

4 January 2018 Airline News

TAP Air Portugal has started the new year by announcing a new operation between London City Airport and Porto, in addition to its service already available from London Gatwick. Launching on March 25th, the route will operate six flights a week.

Ricardo Dinis, UK sales manager, TAP Portugal

Ricardo Dinis, UK sales manager, TAP Portugal

8 November 2017 Videos

TAP Portugal UK sales manager Ricardo Dinis here tells Breaking Travel News about the airline’s expanding Stopover Programme, new planes, and how it feels to have taken a series of top prizes at the World Travel Awards.

TAP celebrates and widens Portugal Stopover programme

TAP celebrates and widens Portugal Stopover programme

1 August 2017 Airline News Tourism News

This summer, TAP is celebrating the first anniversary of its Portugal Stopover with several announcements making the programme more attractive. As of September, travellers can spend more time getting to know Lisbon and Porto, as well as Madeira, Azores or Algarve, as TAP increases the duration of the stopover from three days to five.