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Articles tagged “tap airlines”

Airlines

Portugal Really Wants to Sell TAP and Buyers Are Welcome

If TAP could leverage its cultural heritage to become the network of the increasingly important, and always unique Lusophone world, it would be able to make a bigger play than it does now.

Portugal Really Wants to Sell TAP and Buyers Are Welcome

SkiftX

Best Travel Ads This Week: Real-Life Experiences That Pop Online

Travel brands are particularly well-positioned for real-life ambient marketing that portray experiences better than a staid graphic ad.

Best Travel Ads This Week: Real-Life Experiences That Pop Online

Airlines

TAP Wants Airlines To Think It Is Next Alliance Chess Piece

TAP's route network indeed would be valuable to a potential suitor but you do have to wonder when the CFO drums up a potential sale by saying other airlines are sniffing around all the time. Doth he protest too much?

TAP Wants Airlines To Think It Is Next Alliance Chess Piece

Airlines

Azul founder refutes rumors of JetBlue, TAP mega-merger

A merger between the three airlines based in three different continents would create an economic powerhouse and establish Brazil as the South American leader in aviation, but such a takeover remains unlikely.

Media and PR

Travel ads of the week: Boating, biking and business meetings around the world

Aerial destination shots are the meat and potatoes of travel video ads and as we’ve seen over the past couple of weeks are used in mash-ups for everything from airlines to booking websites to actual DMOs.

Travel ads of the week: Boating, biking and business meetings around the world

Airlines

Portugal decides it’s not ready to sell national airline TAP after all

Portugal rejected the only proposal it received for the national asset, but will seek other means of unloading the airline as the recession-hit country continues to look for a boost in capital.

Portugal decides it’s not ready to sell national airline TAP after all

Airlines

Portugal is only steps away from selling its airport operator and state airline

Portugal is desperately trying to raise money after seeking a bailout from the IMF and EU last year, and is turning over its national aviation assets for a profit boost.

Portugal is only steps away from selling its airport operator and state airline

Airlines

A little victory for former colonies: Avianca owner may purchase Portugal’s largest airline

Avianca is the top contender to take the airline off the hands of debt-ridden Portugal and in doing so would access TAP’s 46 European routes to boost passenger volume for Avianca Brazil.

A little victory for former colonies: Avianca owner may purchase Portugal’s largest airline

Airlines

Portugal’s TAP sale could end up in Brazilian hands, after European biggies pass

Brazil's growing reputation as the gateway to Latin America would be cemented even further if Synergy Group ends up buying TAP.