TAP eyes more expansion

Sobie, Brendan
April 2007
Airline Business;Apr2007, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p18
Trade Publication
The article reports that TAP Portugal is plotting further long-haul expansion, to be supported in part by new feed from future subsidiary Portugalia. TAP says 64% of its revenues came from outside Portugal, a testament to the success of the strategy of TAP of pursuing passengers from other European countries heading to Africa and Brazil.


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