TAP Air Portugal Expands North American Routes for Summer Travel

TAP Air Portugal has announced plans to significantly increase its weekly flights between Lisbon and various destinations in North America, catering to the growing demand for transatlantic travel. With ten additional weekly flights scheduled for the upcoming summer season, TAP is set to operate over 75 weekly routes between Portugal and the United States, further enhancing connectivity between the two regions.

New Services to the US

Currently offering ten weekly flights between Lisbon and Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD), TAP Air Portugal is ramping up its frequency to meet passenger demand, now operating two flights per day on this route. In addition, the airline is expanding its services to San Francisco International Airport (SFO), with six weekly flights between Lisbon and San Francisco.

Increased Frequency in Canada

TAP Air Portugal is also bolstering its presence in Canada, with four additional weekly flights to Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ), bringing the total to fourteen weekly flights. Additionally, the airline is adding a sixth weekly flight between Lisbon and Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (YUL), providing passengers with increased options for travel between Portugal and Canada.

Flight Details

The expanded services between Lisbon and North American destinations offer passengers enhanced flexibility and convenience. Flights between Lisbon and Washington Dulles International Airport will operate twice daily, with convenient departure and arrival times. Services to San Francisco, Toronto, and Montreal will also see increased frequency, providing travelers with more options for transatlantic travel.


TAP Air Portugal’s expansion of routes between Lisbon and North America underscores the airline’s commitment to providing passengers with seamless connectivity and exceptional travel experiences. With increased frequency to key destinations, TAP continues to play a pivotal role in facilitating travel between Europe and North America.

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