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TAP Air Portugal
In operation since 1945, TAP celebrated 70 years on 14 March 2015, and has completed its privatization process in 2015, with the Atlantic Gateway Group now as a new private shareholder. TAP hub in Lisbon is a key European gateway at the crossroads of Africa, North, Central and South America, where TAP stands out as the international leading carrier in operation to Brazil. As of summer 2018 the company’s network will comprise 84 destinations in 34 countries worldwide. TAP currently operates about 2,600 weekly flights in average on a modern fleet of 67 Airbus aircraft and 21 aircraft in TAP Express livery, operating in the company’s regional network, adding up to an 88 aircraft fleet in the whole.
Facts & Figures
Mar 2005 Joined Star Alliance
88 Airports Served
Victoria Frequent Flyer Programme
14.2 m Passengers Annually
Antonoaldo Neves CEO, TAP Air Portugal
Antonoaldo Neves was appointed as CEO of TAP Air Portungal as of January 31, 2018, having joined the company in July, 2017.
Before his tenure at TAP, he was President of Azul Linhas Aéreas. During his three years at the airline, he successfully led the IPO process, raising more than US$ 1 billion for the company during the period of the biggest economic crisis in Brazil.
Full Facts & Figures
|Joined Star Alliance||Mar 2005|
|Frequent Flyer Programme||Victoria|
|Passengers Annually||14.2 m|
|Revenue Passenger KM||34.63 bn|
|Sales Revenue (in US$)||3.46 BUSD|
|Aircraft Types||A319, A320, A321, A330-200, A330-300, A340-300 plus the regional fleet composed of ATR72 and Embraer 190 and 195|