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TAP Portugal Extends Travelport Contract

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TAP Portugal has extended its global content agreement with Travelport.

The new multi-year deal continues the long-standing relationship between the companies and secures full access to all TAP fares and classes for Travelport-connected travel agencies worldwide.

As part of the new agreement, the two companies have committed to work together on a number of joint strategic initiatives such as group bookings and merchandising.

TAPs Lisbon hub is a key European gateway for flights to Africa and North and South America, including Brazil, where TAP continues to grow its presence as the leading international carrier, serving 10 Brazilian cities with up to 75 weekly flights. The airlines worldwide route network comprises 75 destinations in 34 countries.

Our full content agreement with Travelport is an important part of our distribution strategy to ensure our flights are available to the largest possible audience across the globe, said Carlos Paneiro, Vice President Sales, TAP Portugal. Given Travelports extensive network and their particular strength in Portugal, we are delighted to provide Travelport-connected travel agents with full access to the TAP flight portfolio. 

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