TAP Portugal is known for having incredibly attractive transatlantic fares, both in business class and economy. For example, earlier this year I wrote about how TAP Portugal published ~$400 one-way business class fares from Europe to the US, as well as ~$150 one-way economy fares.
While the current fares aren’t quite as good as they were earlier in the year, I do think it’s worth noting that TAP Portugal still has exceptionally good business class fares from Europe to the US, which could be worth considering if you’re taking a transatlantic trip anytime soon.
As noted by Gnopps on FlyerTalk, TAP Portugal has ~$690 one-way business class fares from Copenhagen to Miami, which are available through the end of the schedule. For ~$740 one-way you can fly from Copenhagen to Boston. TAP Portugal’s other US destinations are a bit more expensive.
You can also fly roundtrip for roughly double the price of a one-way ticket, though you do have to originate in Europe (the fare isn’t valid for travel originating in the US).
TAP Portugal is in the process of installing a new business class product throughout their longhaul fleet. As it stands, certain flights to Miami feature flat beds. When you pull up a flight on Google Flights, the dates scheduled to have flat beds will say “lie flat seat,” while the dates scheduled to have angled seats will say “angled flat seat.” Keep in mind that’s subject to change, though.
One of the other cool things about this fare is that you’re allowed a stopover of up to three days in Lisbon and no extra cost. Portugal is a beautiful country, so that’s a great opportunity for anyone planning a trip to Europe.
Your best bet for searching the fare is Google Flights, and then you can use the multi-city feature if you want to add a stopover. Google Flights will then direct you to an online travel agency or to TAP’s own website to book.
TAP Portugal’s business class product isn’t amazing, but at this price point it’s tough to beat.
This fare books into the “J” fare class, so see this page on wheretocredit.com to see how many miles you’d earn for this ticket with various programs.
Anyone plan to take advantage of these great TAP Portugal business class fares?