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NEW YORK — TAP Air Portugal is ramping up its flight schedule in August and September to include more North American routes, including Toronto and Montreal.
In August, the airline will fly some 500 weekly roundtrips on 66 routes, including 20 flights from six destinations in North America.
Come September, TAP will expand to 40% of its pre-COVID flying schedule with some 700 weekly roundtrip flights on 76 routes, including 30 flights on eight routes from North America.
Lisbon-Toronto will increase to 3x/week (up from 2x/week) on Aug. 1, and up to 5x/week from Sept. 1-30. Lisbon-Montreal will resume service on Aug. 1 with three flights per week and will continue to run at this frequency through Sept. 30.
With the return of flights, TAP is also extending its Book with Confidence program for all new bookings through Aug. 31. This allows each booking for travel through October to be changed once at no cost (though any fare difference will still be charged).
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