Articles tagged “tap airlines”

Business Travel

The Push for Slower, Greener Business Trips After the Pandemic

A lot of companies say the want to switch planes for trains, but it's only when Europe's borders fully reopen will we know if that can translate into bookings.

The Push for Slower, Greener Business Trips After the Pandemic

Airlines

JetBlue’s Founder Prepares To Take Portugal’s National Airline Public

Super-entrepreneur David Neeleman saved Portugal's national airline and deserves credit for it. But like the United States, Europe is dominated by a few mega carriers. TAP doesn't have the scale to compete everywhere, so it will be interesting to see how the airline evolves.

JetBlue’s Founder Prepares To Take Portugal’s National Airline Public

Airlines

Airline Stopover Programs Can Be a Huge Tourism Catalyst

Icelandair's stopover policies helped put Iceland tourism on the map but some copycats such as Finnair, Qantas, Copa and Emirates have failed to leverage the gains or made the stopovers too difficult for flyers to take advantage of.

Airline Stopover Programs Can Be a Huge Tourism Catalyst

Airlines

CEO Interview: JetBlue Founder’s Future With Azul Airlines and TAP Portugal

When David Neeleman was pushed out of JetBlue Airways, the carrier he founded, in 2007, it wasn't clear he would have a next act. But Neeleman, who now controls two airlines, is doing just fine.

CEO Interview: JetBlue Founder’s Future With Azul Airlines and TAP Portugal

Airlines

Portugal Decides It Can’t Let TAP Go and Buys Half of it for $2.1 Billion

Considering that there was little interest from other suitors, it's a smart move by the country to make sure it's not in careless hands.

Portugal Decides It Can’t Let TAP Go and Buys Half of it for $2.1 Billion

Airlines

Ryanair Turning to Norwegian Air and TAP for Long-Haul Partnerships

Smart move by Ryanair to partner with others to test the feasibility of the routes. If they work, expect to see Ryanair go it along eventually.

Ryanair Turning to Norwegian Air and TAP for Long-Haul Partnerships

Airlines

Fresh With New Money TAP Air Portugal Looks to Expansion in U.S. and Brazil

Expect to see some Iberian Air-style pains as the new ownership seeks to undo complications from years of government control.

Fresh With New Money TAP Air Portugal Looks to Expansion in U.S. and Brazil

Airlines

Azul and JetBlue Founder Neeleman Gets Majority Stake in TAP Airlines

It will be interesting to see how Neeleman and company position TAP. Will the center of Lusophone aviation shift to Brazil?

Azul and JetBlue Founder Neeleman Gets Majority Stake in TAP Airlines

Airlines

Azul Founder Neeleman Submits Bid to Acquire TAP Portugal

Considering TAP's 77 weekly flights from Portugal to Brazil, Neeleman believes TAP and Azul can create a real network together.

Azul Founder Neeleman Submits Bid to Acquire TAP Portugal

Airlines

It’s a Bad 10 Days to Be an Airline Passenger in Portugal

Europe's legacy carriers are struggling with bloated executive ranks, over-compensated staff, last-gen airplanes, and competition from low-cost carriers. It will rarely end well for them.

It’s a Bad 10 Days to Be an Airline Passenger in Portugal