TAP Portugal is continuing its aggressive expansion strategy in spite of concerns over high fuel prices and a slowdown in the European economy. The Lisbon-based airline plans to increase its capacity this year by another 10% after receiving more Airbus A330-200s for its long-haul network. The Star Alliance member has deployed the aircraft on new routes to Brasilia and Belo Horizonte, Brazil, and says it is already enjoying high load factors and good yields. Since 2000, when former ...

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