TAP starts flights to Naples and Tenerife in June

TAP has two more routes coming into service in 2019. After announcing flights to Tel Aviv, Basel, Dublin, Chicago, Washington and San Francisco, the company has added another two destinations to its list for the coming year. Naples, in Italy, and Tenerife, in Spain, are now available for purchase, with inaugural flights scheduled to begin on 15 June 2019. 

There will be one flight a day to Naples, departing Lisbon at 7:15am and arriving in the Italian city at 11:15am, except Saturdays, when the flight leaves Lisbon at 9:05am and arrives in Naples at 1:05pm. Flights are available from €59 (one-way with taxes included). TAP Miles&Go Clients can purchase return tickets to Naples for 21,400 miles. 

The company will also operate seven flights a week to Tenerife, departing Lisbon at 9:30am and arriving in the Canaries at 12pm. Flights are available from €77 (one-way with taxes included). TAP Miles&Go Clients can purchase return tickets to Tenerife for 16,400 miles. 

Naples is TAP’s sixth destination in Italy. Tenerife is the company’s 11th route to Spain and its second to the Canaries following the launch of the service to Gran Canaria in 2017.
This investment in the European market enhances the company’s European network, increasing the flow of passengers between continental and intercontinental flights, which is helping consolidate Lisbon’s position both as an important European tourist destination and a hub for onward flights to the Americas and Africa. 

The expansion and renovation of the TAP fleet has made these new routes possible. The company has already received seven Airbus aircraft this year, with more arriving over the next years, to a total of 37 new aircraft by 2019 and 71 by 2025. 

The TAP website contains more information about what to do and where to stay in Naples, the birthplace of the pizza, which is just 50 kilometres from the beautiful Amalfi Coast and 50 minutes by boat from the island of Capri; or about Tenerife, an island which is famous for being home to one of the biggest Carnivals in the world and the third-most important tourist destination in Spain.