Tap Air

Tap Air is a company from Portugal that was created seventy-seven years ago. Its main hub where the company maintains the jets is Lisbon Airport. The fleet size is seventy-five airplanes that cover ninth-three destinations. The company was privatized and nationalized by the government afterward.

Arrival Terminal

Tap Air Portugal is allowed to fly from Terminal B of Newark Liberty International Airport. Arriving and proceeding can take half an hour or so. You may pick up your baggage in the proper area. If you need it, there are various services available, in addition to volunteer organizations.

Departures Terminal

The company works from Terminal B, and if there are code-sharing flights, Terminals A and C. We can purchase tickets online and show a QR code to the company representative in the airport. If good, you are able to proceed with security-checking out. It doesn’t run a lounge zone for its clients.

Fleet Information

Tap Air Portugal has various modifications of airplanes in the fleet of Airbus: A319-100, A320-200, A320neo, A321-200, A321LR, A321neo, A330-200, A330-900.