The restrictive measures still in place in some markets, as well as the slower-than-expected recovery in demand, continue to weigh on TAP’s business. But the airline is now beginning to see “clear signs of recovery”. The guarantee was granted on Tuesday, September 14, by TAP CEO Christine Ourmières-Widener.
“The measures implemented to combat the epidemic are no longer a thing of the past. Thus, even with the extraordinary efforts that Portugal is making regarding vaccination, we still face many restrictions (with a quarantine requirement) in some key markets, as the official who was heard said. To this afternoon in the parliamentary committee that monitors the implementation of measures to respond to the epidemic and the process of economic recovery “the United States and Brazil”.
But the scenario is changing. “Fortunately, we are starting to see clear signs of recovery, such as the opening of the Brazilian market, which gives us hope that the worst phase of the epidemic has been abandoned,” stressed the head of the Tunisian News Agency. The director explained that one example of the airline’s confidence in the recovery is the show planned for the coming months. For the winter operation, TAP plans to offer 941 flights per week, a number that represents about 80% of the capacity that existed in 2019, before the pandemic. By comparison, in the winter of last year, TAP only delivered 30% to 40% of the capacity it had in 2019.
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