-- TAP Offering “Book with Confidence” Protection and Low Fares to Portugal and Connecting Destinations in Europe and Africa --NEW YORK, NY, UNITED STATES, October 2, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ -- TAP Air Portugal is returning to Chicago O’Hare (ORD) and San Francisco International (SFO) airports this weekend, on October 2 and 3 respectively, with nonstop service to Lisbon from each. To begin, each market will start with one round-trip weekly.
TAP’s first flight to Chicago arrives today, Friday, October 2, and returns to Portugal on Sunday, October 4. In San Francisco, TAP’s first arrival is scheduled for Saturday, October 3, while the first departure will take place on Monday, October 5.
As with most European nations, Portugal has travel restrictions for people flying from the USA. Portuguese citizens and residents and European nationals may enter but US travelers must meet one of the exemptions such as professional requirements, study, or family reunion. All must provide a negative Covid test, taken within 72 hours of departure, to board.
US travelers without EU citizenship are allowed to travel to the United Kingdom as well as some other destinations in Europe, such as Croatia.
From SFO, round-trip connecting fares include: $441 to Dublin, $521 to London, $542 to Barcelona, $618 to Copenhagan, $652 to Rome, $659 to Amsterdam, and $680 to Hamburg. See https://www.flytap.com/en-us/flights?originId=8ec6d33f-42c3-43ca-b3f1-d5161eb6de56 for more information.
From ORD, round-trip to Lisbon starts at $599 from November through February, while connecting fares include: from $364 to Oslo, $377 to Stockholm, $378 to Amsterdam, $387 to Dublin, $474 to Brussels, $485 to Dusselfdorf, $449 to Milan, and $450 to London.
TAP is offering “Book with Confidence” protection for new bookings made through November, for travel starting by March 15 (with exception of holiday blackout dates from December 14 to January 16). Book with Confidence allows a one-time rebooking free of charge on all flights operated by TAP, applicable on Discount, Basic, Classic and Executive fare products, but does not include any difference in fares or taxes for the new flight.
TAP operates brand new Airbus aircraft on both routes and is committed to providing customers with a Clean & Safe environment at all stages of their journey. Naturally, the health and safety of customers and crew are the airline’s top priority.
TAP’s global network schedule may continue to be adjusted, up-to-date information on where the airline flies can be found here (https://www.flytap.com/en-us/promo/back-to-connecting-you-and-the-world).
About TAP Air Portugal
TAP is Portugal’s leading airline and a member of the global airline Star Alliance since 2005. Flying since 1945, TAP celebrated its 70th anniversary on March 14, 2015, before completing its privatization process later that year, now with the Atlantic Gateway Group as private shareholders.
TAP’s network comprises 84 destinations in 34 countries worldwide. The airline currently operates around 2,500 weekly flights, with a modern fleet of 63 Airbus aircraft. TAP Express, the airline’s regional arm, operates an additional 17 aircraft.
With TAP’s privatization process, it has restructured its network, launched new fare products and is renewing its medium and long-haul fleet. TAP has 53 Airbus neo aircraft on order and, by 2020, it’s long-haul fleet will either have been replaced with new aircraft or newly reconfigured aircraft. TAP Express now operates a new fleet of 8 ATR 72 and 9 Embraer 190.
TAP is one of Europe’s most awarded airlines. Global Traveler (USA) named TAP as Best Airline in Europe from 2011 to 2016, and the World Travel Awards named TAP as both Europe’s Leading Airline to Africa and Europe’s Leading Airline to South America from 2014 – 2017. Previously TAP was awarded World’s Leading Airline to Africa, in 2011 and 2012, and World’s Leading Airline to South America from 2009 through 2012. TAP’s Inflight Magazine, UP, received the World Travel Award as Europe’s Leading In-flight Magazine for 2015, 2016 and 2017.
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