Recife and Rio de Janeiro are the destinations in Brazil that will receive the biggest increase in TAP's offer, as the capital of the state of Pernambuco goes from seven to 10 flights per week, while the city of Rio de Janeiro will have more two flights per week, going from 10 to 12 flights per week.
In addition to these two Brazilian cities, TAP will also increase operations to São Paulo, Belém, Brasília, Natal, Maceió, Porto Alegre and Salvador, which will now have another weekly flight to and from Portugal.
“With 91 weekly flights at the peak of summer, directly connecting 11 of Brazil's main capitals to Lisbon and Porto, TAP reinforces its presence in the market, with a superior product offering for customers between Brazil and Europe”.
In addition to Brazil, TAP will also increase its operations in other destinations, such as Africa, with the Mozambican capital expected to go from three to four flights per week next summer,
In North America, TAP will increase operations from Toronto, Canada, to 13 flights per week, as well as from San Francisco, in the USA, which increases from five to six weekly flights in the peak of summer.
In Europe, the focus of the increase in operations will be Italy, with the airline revealing that “Rome gains another daily flight, which increases the offer to five daily operations to and from the Italian capital, totalling 35 weekly frequencies”.