Star Alliance carrier TAP Portugal is suspending flights to London City Airport, blaming weaker-than-expected demand because of the UK’s departure from the European Union (Brexit), as part of a wide-ranging network shake-up planned for 2020. TAP said Brexit has triggered demand uncertainty, leading to lower than expected results from London City. Capacity from Lisbon and Porto to the other London airports will be increased at peak times, partly compensating for the route cut. The ...

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