The connecting flights from Lisbon to Luanda and vice versa from the Portuguese carrier TAP resume on the 15th of next month with a weekly frequency, according to the plan that the company published yesterday, on its website, for this reopening phase.
According to the aforementioned flight plan, to which Lusa had access, there are a total of 27 weekly connections in June and 247 in July for the next two months, the majority being from Lisbon, close to 19 percent of normal.
This month and as some of the restrictions imposed on airlines are lifted, TAP has been adding flights, namely to London and Paris, between Porto and Lisbon, two flights a week to S. Paulo and a weekly flight to Rio of January. In all, the carrier’s operation at the end of the month will be 18 flights per week.
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