Rabat – TAP Air Portugal airline has announced its plans to add extra flights to Casablanca in Morocco.
Air Journal reported that the airline will suspend flights starting October to London City Airport due to UK’s Brexit plans.
In 2017, the airline inaugurated an air route between its Lisbon-Humberto Delgado base and London City Airport. The air route included 12 flights per week, according to the Air Journal.
For its 2020 plan, the airline is seeking to mobilize more flights to several Spanish cities, including Barcelona, Bilbao, Valencia, Malaga, and Seville.
The plan also includes extra services to Casablanca, Tel Aviv, Funchal, Lisbon, New York Newark, and Sao Paulo.
In 2017, Aviation Tribune said that TAP flies to four Moroccan destinations. In the same year, the Portuguese airline inaugurated flights between Lisbon and Morocco’s Fez with six flights per week.
The airline also serves Marrakech and Tangier.