TAP Celebrates One Million Passengers to the U.S & Canada

TAP Celebrates One Million Passengers to the U.S & Canada
Photo Credit: Joris Wendt/AviationSource

TAP Air Portugal has celebrated a milestone in terms of its operations to the United States (U.S) and Canada for 2023 so far: One million passengers.

Such a figure represents a 23% jump compared to the same period last year, with the airline’s expansion across North America clearly working.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

TAP Celebrates One Million Passengers to the U.S & Canada…

TAP Celebrates One Million Passengers to the U.S & Canada
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Across the U.S & Canada, TAP Air Portugal currently serve the following destinations from its base in Lisbon:

  • New York’s JFK
  • New York’s Newark
  • Boston
  • Washington D.C
  • Chicago
  • San Francisco
  • Miami
  • Toronto
  • Montreal

TAP isn’t stopping there.

From next year, they will be operating a total of 91 flights every week to North America, which includes frequency upgrades such as with the Toronto service increasing to 13 weekly from 10 weekly, as well as the San Francisco route increasing to six weekly from five.


The Airline’s Other Markets…

Photo Credit: Joris Wendt/AviationSource

Looking away from the U.S & Canada, TAP has been celebrating milestones in other markets that they currently serve.

In July this year, the airline celebrated the one million customer milestone carried on its Brazilian routes, which are currently up 30%.

This is another market that they are seeking to grow, with services to Brazil increasing to 81 weekly flights next month and again to 91 from 2024.

Overall, the airline is continuing to grow well, with all eyes on them to see what else they may have in store for the Summer 2024 season.

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