TAP has launched a promotional campaign with round-trip flights to Madeira from 49 euros on bookings made before the 1st of February and travelling before the 31st of March.
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The cancellation of TAP flight 1695, scheduled to depart from Lisbon to Madeira at 1:25 p.m, generated several complaints, with many dissatisfied customers taking to social media to vent their frustrations on the last-minute notification and lack of information from the airline.
According to JM this morning, ticket prices for flights between Lisbon and Funchal are already exceeding €500.
A TAP passenger was tied up after he allegedly assaulted a flight attendant during a flight from Porto and Rio de Janeiro.
Ryanair, the favourite airline of Portugal, has asked the CEO of TAP (subsidised by the State) to explain its astonishing (and clearly false) allegations that low-cost airlines in Lisbon "will harm the Portuguese economy."
TAP has started a campaign for a maximum of 10.000 seats for flights from the mainland to Funchal and the Azores and back. The campaign runs from 15 January until 31 March at a price of 59€ for a round trip, including taxes. At a price like that, it is…
The Portuguese airline has another nickname amongst the Portuguese: “Take another plane.” But TAP is important for the islands’ connections to the mainland. The convoluted history of the company shows that the management of a state airline is difficult. Private investors have bought a part of it two years ago.…
Although this is not the first time that the aircraft has landed in the region, but TAP's Airbus A330-900neo, just seems to cause a sensation when it arrives, as it will today.
The PSD/Madeira today criticized what it said were TAP's “loan usage practices” on repatriation flights from Venezuela, and considered the Prime Minister, António Costa, as an “outlaw” for failing to comply with State Budget measures.
The PSD-M deputy to the Assembly of the Republic, Paulo Neves, said today that "for 26 months António Costa's government has not fulfilled its ferry promise."
A Porto Santo resident has taken to social media to express his indignation on hearing that TAP will not be flying to the island during the winter.
The good news is that there is increasing evidence that Madeira is slowly beginning to recover from the pandemic as the latest information from the airport confirms that flights are expected to increase from 60 a week during July to a 140 per week in August.
While visiting Madeira International Airport Social Party (PSD) deputy Paulo Neves, made a point of highlighting Madeira and Porto Santo as ideal holiday destinations. “Madeira and Porto Santo are currently the safest holiday destinations in the world, and with the new passenger control systems recently introduced at both airports, coupled with the efficiency and professionalism of those who work there, we are continually working to boost passenger confidence and defend the health of the populations of both islands.”