TAP Air Portugal remains the leading airline between Brazil and Europe

In the first half of the year, TAP Air Portugal transported 640 017 passengers and did 3129 flights.

TAP Air Portugal confirms its leadership as the leading airline connecting Brazil to Europe. 
In the first half of this year, TAP Air Portugal carried 640 017 passengers, which represents a 526% increase compared to the same period in 2021, accounting for 28% of passengers carried between Brazil and Europe.

With 3129 flights in the first half of this year, it is the first airline to Europe and the 3rd largest international airline in number of take-offs, which represents an increase of 130% compared to the same period in 2021.

In Brazil, TAP Air Portugal is already at 86% of capacity compared to the period before the pandemic. With a network of more than 90 destinations worldwide, the strengthening of the number of frequencies is a strong sign of recovery.

Brazil remains one of the priority markets for TAP Air Portugal. Until the end of the year, the airline will continue to invest in its commitment to serving Brazilian passengers, a differential that keeps it as the main international airline linking the country to Europe.

It currently has direct flights from São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belém, Belo Horizonte, Brasília, Fortaleza, Natal, Maceió, Porto Alegre, Recife and Salvador, as well as connecting Porto to São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. In total, there are 11 cities in Brazil (13 routes) which TAP connects directly to Europe. For the European summer, TAP will operate 76 flights per week between Brazil and Portugal, the largest number of flights among foreign airlines operating in Brazil.

TAP Air Portugal weekly flights until 30 September
Belém - 3 flights
Belo Horizonte - 6 flights
Brasilia - 5 flights 
Fortaleza - 7 flights
Natal - 5 flights
Maceió - 2 flights
Porto - Rio de Janeiro - 2 flights
Porto - São Paulo - 3 flights
Porto Alegre - 3 flights
Recife - 7 flights
Rio de Janeiro - 10 flights
Salvador - 5 flights
São Paulo - 18 flights