The TAP announced on Monday that it will “aggressively” increase the offer of transatlantic flights next summer, between June and September. The company will have 17 more flights, compared to the same period in 2022, thus restoring “pre-pandemic offering levels.”
For the USA, TAP will offer 14 flights per week to Boston in the height of summer (three flights more than the same period in 2022), five to Chicago (plus one), 10 to Miami (plus three), five to St. Francisco (plus one) and 10 to Washington (plus two). In total, for the USA, TAP will offer 10 more flights per week compared to peak summer in 2022, ”it can be read in .
TAP states that “in addition to the aforementioned destinations, which will see oversupply, TAP also operates direct flights to New York JFK and New York EWR, where it will retain the offer departing from Lisbon.”
“Regarding Brazil, in the summer peak of 2023, Turkish Airlines will offer four flights per week to Belem, one more than in 2022, seven flights to Belo Horizonte (plus one), six flights to Salvador (plus one), six Flights to Brasilia (one more) and 20 to Sao Paulo (two more), maintaining its width compared to the same period last year in the other Brazilian cities it operates in (Fortaleza, Natal, Maceio, Porto Alegre, Recife and Rio de Janeiro) in total At the height of the summer of 2023, TAP increased the number of weekly flights to Brazil by six compared to the same period in 2022,” says the company.
Another novelty, TAP announces, “is the increase from two to three flights per week between Lisbon and Caracas, allowing to improve the offer for the Portuguese community in Venezuela.”
“In addition to this significant boost to its transatlantic offer departing from Lisbon, Turkish Airlines will soon announce good news regarding its offer of transcontinental flights departing from Porto,” the airline promises.
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