TAP resumes flights to Porto Alegre

The airline has resumed flights on all the Brazilian routes which it operated before the pandemic.

On March 29, TAP resumed flights to Porto Alegre - the company's second-longest route after San Francisco. Besides resuming its flights to Porto Alegre with three weekly frequencies, TAP is also resuming connections to all the Brazilian destinations which the company operated before the pandemic.

Overall, TAP connects 11 Brazilian cities (13 routes) directly to Europe. This summer, the airline will offer 73 weekly flights between Portugal and Brazil.

São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belém, Belo Horizonte, Brasília, Fortaleza, Natal, Maceió, Porto Alegre, Recife and Salvador now have direct TAP flights to Lisbon.

São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro also have direct connections to Porto on the Portuguese company's airplanes.

To celebrate this important moment in the post-pandemic resumption of TAP's operations in Brazil, the CEO of the company, Christine Ourmières-Widener, flew to the capital of Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, to meet with local and state authorities in order to strengthen TAP's presence and activities in this market.