Airline TAP to open two new routes from Brazil to Lisbon Airport – LIS
TAP Airlines, the Portuguese national flag carrier, is increasing the number of flights from Brazil to the main Portuguese Airport in Lisbon (Lisbon Portela Airport – LIS).
As from beginning June 2014, Airline TAP will open new routes to Lisbon from:
- Manaus International Airport – MAO (Brigadeiro Eduardo Gomes-Manaus International Airport)
Manaus Airport is the largest airport in the state of Amazona. Manaus, with close to 2,3 million inhabitants, is the capital of Amazonas.
- Belém International Airport – BEL (Belém/Val de Cans-Júlio Cezar Ribeiro International Airport)
Belém-Val-de-Cans Airport is the main airport for Belém (approx. 2,25 million inhabitants, the capital in the state of Pará in north-western Brazil.
12 routes from Brazil to Lisbon Airport with TAP
With the two new connections to Lisbon Airport, the airport in the capital of Portugal now has 12 connections from Brazil.
The existing TAP routes from Brazil to Lisbon Airport – LIS are from:
- Belo Horizonte/Tancredo Neves/Confins International Airport – CNF
- Brasília International Airport/Presidente Juscelino Kubitschek International Airport – BSB
- Campinas Airport/Viracopos-Campinas International Airport - VCP
- Fortaleza International Airport/Pinto Martins – FOR
- Natal Airport/Augusto Severo International Airport – NAT
- Porto Alegre/Salgado Filho International Airport – POA
- Recife Airport/Guararapes-Gilberto Freyre International Airport – REC
- Rio de Janeiro International Airport/Galeão-Antonio Carlos Jobim International Airport – GIG
- Salvador de Bahia Airport/Salvador-Deputado Luís Eduardo Magalhães International Airport – SSA
- São Paulo Airport/Guarulhos-Governador André Franco Montoro International Airport – GRU
Adding all the flights together, in a typical week, TAP flies to Lisbon Airport from Brazil 37 times.
With the two new connections, TAP Airlines operates flights from all 5 regions in Brazil. The regions are made up of 26 states plus the capital Brasília, which is a federal district.
Below TAP ’flash mob’ entertainment in Rio de Janeiro Airport, Brazil.