TAP Portugal

By James Pozzi
A look at where new commercial aftermarket engine capabilities are being added around the world.
Supply Chain

By William Moore
Looking at Iberia, KLM, and TAP, progress appears to be slowing, apart from ITA/Alitalia, which is working to reduce emissions from a raised level.
Airlines & Lessors

By Helen Massy-Beresford
It may turn out that a deal that took the industry by surprise when it was announced in late 2023 could be the first to take a concrete consolidation step.
Airlines & Lessors

By Helen Massy-Beresford
European Commission scrutiny and political upheaval are slowing plans for airline consolidation in the region.
Airlines & Lessors

By Paul Seidenman
AvAir has acquired the complete inventory of airframe and engine parts from shuttered MRO provider TAP Maintenance & Engineering Brazil.
Supply Chain

By James Pozzi
The conference explored issues with the Pratt & Whitney GTF and CFM International Leap and the outlook for the engines.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Helen Massy-Beresford
The Portuguese government wants to privatize or part-privatize the carrier, which has been undergoing a restructuring process.
Airlines & Lessors

By Victoria Moores
TAP received its first A321LR in April 2019 and has since grown its fleet to 12 of the type, with another scheduled for delivery in July.
Airports & Networks

By Jens Flottau
If antitrust concerns in Brussels scupper the takeover deals dreamt of by the big three European airline groups, other paths are available.
Airlines & Lessors

By Victoria Moores
Groundforce Portugal provides TAP with ground handling at the airline’s Lisbon home base, as well as airports in Faro, Funchal, Porto, and Porto Santo.
Airports & Networks

By Alex Derber
TAP Maintenance & Engineering contributed strongly to parent airline TAP Air Portugal beating pre-pandemic performance in 2022.
MRO

By Victoria Moores
TAP Portugal has swung from a €1.6 billion ($1.7 billion) full-year net loss to a €65.6 million net profit for 2022.
Airlines & Lessors

By Alex Derber
Airline groups may use consolidation to access efficiencies and synergies in the aftermarket to further drive down costs.
Services & Support

By Alan Dron
The dismissals came after alleged irregularities at TAP.
Airlines & Lessors

By Kurt Hofmann
The layoffs came after a number of irregularities at TAP.
Airlines & Lessors

By Jens Flottau, Helen Massy-Beresford
German airline group wants to buy a minority stake first, but could take full control ultimately.
Airlines & Lessors

By Victoria Moores
TAP Air Portugal details plans to transition 75% of its short- and mid-haul fleet to Airbus neo variants by 2025, as it presses ahead with its restructuring.
Airlines & Lessors

By Ellie Wells
Decision makers from the world’s leading and fastest-growing carriers have confirmed their attendance at the 27th global route development forum.
Airports & Networks

By Kurt Hofmann
TAP Air Portugal will operate its entire fleet this summer but the carrier is having issues with the engines that power its fleet of Airbus A330-900s.
Airlines & Lessors

By Bhavisha Dandikar
Leading carriers including Emirates, American Airlines, Air China, and many more have confirmed their attendance at the 26th World Route Development Forum.
Airports & Networks

By Victoria Moores
The European Commission is to take a closer look at TAP Portugal’s €3.2 billion ($3.8 billion) restructuring plan.
Airlines & Lessors

By Ellie Wells
VPs and Heads of Network Planning will utilise the event to focus on route development and plan for the next summer season.
Airports & Networks

By Kurt Hofmann
TAP Portugal will appoint former Flybe CEO Christine Ourmieres-Widener to become the company’s new CEO.
Airlines & Lessors

By Victoria Moores
The European Commission has allowed the transfer of €462 million ($560 million) in COVID-19 pandemic damages from the Portuguese state to TAP Air Portugal but the airline is still waiting on EC approval for its turnaround plan.
Airlines & Lessors

By Guy Ferneyhough
The Portuguese flag-carrier said it hopes to reach 60-70% of the equivalent 2019 capacity by the end of 2021, providing its restructuring plan is approved.
Airlines & Lessors