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TAP’S SECOND QUARTER SHOWS STRONG OPERATIONAL AND FINANCIAL RECOVERY

TAP’S SECOND QUARTER SHOWS STRONG OPERATIONAL AND FINANCIAL RECOVERY

23 August 2022 Press Release Airline News

Recovery of TAP’s activity continued during the second quarter of 2022 (2Q22) with revenues, passenger numbers and departures more than doubling compared to the second quarter of 2021 (2Q21) Revenues reached 99% of its pre-crisis level (second quarter 2019) Load Factor at 80%, equivalent to 96% of 2019 pre-crisis levels

TAP Air Portugal sees fivefold increase in traffic between Europe and Brazil

TAP Air Portugal sees fivefold increase in traffic between Europe and Brazil

11 August 2022 Press Release Airline News

TAP Air Portugal experienced a 526% increase in customers carried between Europe and Brazil in the first six months of 2022, compared to the previous year. The Portuguese flag carrier flew more than 640,000 customers on more than 3,100 flights, grabbing nearly a third (28%) of the whole market share of all customers flown between Europe and Brazil.

TAP, Galp and ANA team up to develop SAF

TAP, Galp and ANA team up to develop SAF

28 July 2022 Press Release Airline News

TAP Air Portugal, Galp and ANA Aeroportos de Portugal have entered into a strategic partnership to develop, produce and supply Sustainable Aviation Fuels (SAF) on a large scale, from waste, recycled used oils and other sustainable raw materials.

Ricardo Dinis, area sales manager, TAP Air Portugal

Ricardo Dinis, area sales manager, TAP Air Portugal

4 November 2019 Videos

With new planes joining the fleet, new destinations being added to the route map and recognition by the World Travel Awards, it is an exciting time for Tap Air Portugal. Speaking to Breaking Travel News at World Travel Market, Ricardo Dinis, regional sales manager for the carrier in the UK, brings us right up to date.

TAP Air Portugal reaches fleet milestone

TAP Air Portugal reaches fleet milestone

23 May 2019 Airline News

TAP Air Portugal has marked an historic point in its 74-year history. With the arrival of its latest A330neo – CS-TUI, which has been named King Afonso Henriques – the company has 100 aircraft in its fleet for the first time.