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 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.
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’s operation between London City airport and Lisbon has launched, with the inaugural flight taking off from London City at 19:50.
Breaking Travel News talks with Abilio Martins, marketing and communication vice president, TAP Portugal, about the carrier, the launch of its new Stopover Programme, and what it means to be recognised by the World Travel Awards.
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.
TAP Portugal has re-opened its exclusive lounge in Lisbon Humberto Delgado Airport. Covering an area of 850 square metres with space for 260 people, the lounge is located on the sixth floor of the airport’s Schengen area, the perfect position for plane-enthusiasts to glimpse great views of the runway.
TAP Portugal is debuting its first retro aircraft livery today, featuring a design it first used in the 1950s. The new aircraft, an A330, has been named Portugal, as a tribute to Portugal and the Portuguese people.
TAP is launching flights from London City Airport to Lisbon, in addition to its services already available from Heathrow and Gatwick. Available now for customers to book, the flights will operate from October 29th, with two daily flights from Monday to Friday and one daily flight on weekends.
TAP Portugal is offering its customers more freedom of choice when purchasing tickets for the intercontinental flights with new branded fares aimed at providing a more tailored and convenient experience.
As of July 17th, TAP will operate four weekly flights from Lisbon to Lomé, in Togo, increasing the Airline’s destinations in Africa to 16 in 11 different countries. Lomé is an addition to the already announced new destinations which include Toronto, Stuttgart, Gran Canaria, Alicante, Bucharest, Budapest, Cologne and Abidjan.