Where travel agents earn, learn and save!

No Data Found

No data found

Simple Flying
Promotion encourages travelers to explore multiple regions of Portugal

The flag carrier of Portugal is highlighting its stopover program with a promotion to encourage travelers to visit multiple parts of the country on the same trip. TAP Air Portugal passengers can now benefit from a 25% discount (excluding airport taxes) on any domestic flight for a 2nd stopover in Portugal during their layover period.


How does it work?

Passengers booking a one-way or return ticket with a layover in Lisbon (LIS) or Porto are eligible for the offer. This includes those traveling from Europe to the Americas and elsewhere across TAP's medium and long-haul network. The opportunity to choose a stopover appears when booking on the airline's website and can last from 1 to 10 days.

Once the trip is booked, the 25% discount promotional code will be sent to your email to use on any domestic flight operated by TAP during your stopover period in Portugal. The trip can include multiple destinations, and the Portugal Stopover can be on either leg of the journey. This includes open-jaw tickets, where a passenger would depart from one location (e.g., New York City) and return to a different one (e.g., Boston or Toronto).

Naturally, the discount code can only be used for flights within the passenger's stopover in Portugal.


Where can you go?

The discount can be used on flights across TAP Air Portugal's domestic network, including routes to the Azores and Madeira archipelagos in the mid-Atlantic. On the Portuguese mainland, passengers can explore the Algarve via Faro Airport (FAO), which serves as a gateway to the country's south coast and is known for its surfing, golf, and fishing villages.

Those traveling through Lisbon can also make a detour to Porto (OPO). The city in the north of Portugal is known for its UNESCO World Heritage historic center, and the region is where the fortified wine Port originated. Porto recently welcomed flights to North America with Azores Airlines, supplementing the existing service to Newark (EWR) from TAP Air Portugal and Star Alliance partner United Airlines.

Passengers can also fly from Lisbon and Porto to Madeira. The archipelagos has two airports: Cristiano Ronaldo International Airport (FNC), which serves the capital of Funchal, and the island of Porto Santo (PXO). Portugal's other Atlantic Archiplegio, the Azores, is home to stunning scenery and rich history.

TAP also serves the Azores in two locations. The capital of Ponta Delgada (PDL) is linked to Porto and Lisbon. Nearby, the island of Terceira (TER), known as the Festive Island, is also connected to Lisbon and Porto. Alternatively, one could use the stopover to explore Lisbon, rent a car, drive across the country, or venture into neighboring Spain and Gibraltar.

For those looking to explore the Azores independently of mainland Portugal, home carrier Azores Airlines flies to several locations across North America and has a stopover package of its own.

Latest Post

Subscribe to our newsletter