AP inaugurates a route between Lisbon and Palma de Mallorca

TAP inaugurates a route between Lisbon airport and Palma de Mallorca with up to six weekly flights


Lisbon, May 20 (EFE) – Portuguese airline TAP today inaugurated a new summer route between Lisbon and Palma de Mallorca airport with four flights a week, which will increase to six from 12 June.

The new route will offer flights every day of the week except Fridays during the summer season, the airline said in a statement.

The new route will be operated by Airbus and Embraer aircraft.

TAP, which is state-owned although it is due to be privatised, flies to more than 80 destinations and last year carried 13.8 million passengers. EFE

TAP Portugal will connect Palma with Lisbon with six direct flights a week from 20 May onwards
The airline will offer more than 44,000 seats until the end of October and will also offer direct connections to Portugal from Menorca and Ibiza.
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TAP Air Portugal has presented its new connection between Lisbon and Palma at Palma International Airport. The new route, active from 20 May, will connect both destinations with six weekly frequencies (three outbound and three return), offering 44,688 seats throughout the summer period. The route will be operated on an Airbus A320, one of the airline’s 93 aircraft in operation.

The new route not only brings Mallorca closer to Lisbon as a destination, as the Portuguese capital’s airport serves as a hub and gateway to six Portuguese cities, as well as 32 countries with which TAP Air Portugal offers direct connections. In total, the airline operates 96 routes, with 1,255 weekly frequencies around the globe.

In addition, the airline plans to have connections this summer with Ibiza and Menorca. In the first case there will be 7 weekly frequencies as was the case last summer from April while with Menorca there will be 4 weekly flights from 4 June. The airline has stated its intention to continue with its offer beyond October, confident that these two-hour flights will be well received.

TAP Air Portugal also has a Stopover Programme when making a stopover in Lisbon or Oporto, which allows a free stopover on the outward or return journey of between one and ten days. In partnership with Turismo de Portugal, the programme offers up to 290 exclusive discounts in 115 hotels, museums, restaurants and exciting activities to discover the most alternative corners of Portugal.

The Portuguese airline puts its in-flight experience at the centre through initiatives and agreements to make the flight a journey. Among the latest is “Local Stars”, which turns the business class of its planes into authentic restaurants run by renowned Portuguese chefs, bringing local gastronomy and products to its passengers. This has begun with chef Henrique Sá Pessoa, whose restaurant Alma, in Lisbon, has two Michelin stars.


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