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TAP Air Portugal Fare Sale Starting from $379 Roundtrip to Europe

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TAP Air Portugal Fare Sale

TAP Air Portugal, the national flag carrier of Portugal, has launched an early Black Friday promotion. The airline is offering cheap fares to Europe and Africa, starting as low as $379 round-trip. Fares vary based on your departure city in the United States and the destination.

To take advantage of this Black Friday promotion, you must book your TAP Air Portugal fares by November 24 for travel between December 1, 2023 and April 30, 2024.

There are some important blackout dates that you should know about, including December 15, 2023 to January 10, 2024 and March 21, 2024 to April 8, 2024). All the information and conditions of TAP’s Black Friday campaign can be found at


Here are some of the deals that you can find during this sale:


TAP Air Portugal has a Black Friday sale with good paid fares for travel to Europe and Africa. Advertised prices start as low as $379 round-trip.

Take a look at the promotion page and let us know if you book a flight!

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  1. Just a head’s up regarding TAP’s business practices. A colleague who is based in Europe has had very bad experiences with TAP. A not uncommon scenario has been that she’s booked on a flight that departs at (say) 1pm. Air fare was (say) $300. TAP cancels the original flight, TAP adds a new flight that is scheduled for 1250pm, and TAP rebooks her on the new flight. This is not simply a time change on the original flight. TAP cancels the original flight and creates a new flight on its schedule. TAP will then say that the airfare on the new flight is $1200 and it has charged her the additional amount on the credit card she used for the original booking. Each time this has happened, TAP has said “too bad.” Needless to say, she will go out of her way to avoid TAP.


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