TAP loses 11 million passengers to Covid

By TPN/Lusa, in News · 18-11-2020 10:38:00 · 4 Comments

National flag carrier TAP has lost 11 million passengers so far this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Data from October shows a slight increase in losses compared to September, with a year-on-year drop of 80.6. In October, TAP carried 349 thousand passengers, which represents an 80.6% decrease in year-on-year terms. Between March - the month in which the pandemic was declared - and October, TAP carried 11 million fewer passengers, compared to the same period in 2019.

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TAP have to be the most incompetent non-customer friendly airline that I have dealt with their lack of customer care continues to appalled me

By Jasper from Porto on 20-11-2020 02:25

TAP the absolute worst. This is more than Covid. It's their abysmal service and management

By AM from Lisbon on 19-11-2020 11:15

tap air cancelled 8 flights of mine this year, all of them without any notice. it's not just covid it's also their unprofessional behaviour, this is by far the worst I have seen of an European airline. they're being sued right now, they will pay a lot more than these 8 tickets.

By karl from Lisbon on 19-11-2020 08:06

No, because of crazy measures.

By Pedro from Lisbon on 19-11-2020 12:08
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