TAP, will start flying to New York and Boston from 11th June 2016. The new flights add to TAP's already existing flights into Miami and Newark.
When flying to these new routes you'll fly on brand new Airbus A330's being delivered specifically for these flights.
David Neeleman, CEO of DGN Corp, partner in Atlantic Gateaway and shareholder in TAP, was joined at JFK’s by Scott Laurence, JetBlue’s Senior Vice President Airline Planning, to unveil this new partnership agreement. JetBlue operates flights from more than 20 US cities and will feed the JFK, Boston and Newark routes with convenient connecting flights, whilst JetBlue customers will benefit from a larger list of international non-stop destinations. TAP will operate from JetBlue’s Terminal 5 at JFK and Terminal C at Logan.
Fernando Pinto, TAP’s CEO, also commented that “it is really exciting to expand TAP’s international service now to four US gateway cities”.