TAP’s operation between Lisbon and Fez has started with six weekly flights. Fez becomes thus the fourth destination in Morocco served by the Airline, adding to Casablanca, Marrakesh and Tangier.
Already with significant interest in the market, direct flights between Lisbon and Fez run using ATR-72 aircraft with a capacity for 70 passengers, Monday to Saturday, leaving Lisbon at 14:00 and returning from Fez at 16:35, with daily flights starting from the 2018 IATA summer season onwards.
Benefitting from the fantastic convenience of the Lisbon hub, connecting to almost 70 destinations across Europe and the Americas, TAP passengers flying en route from Moroccan airports connect most often to Porto, Paris, Barcelona and London. Meanwhile, TAP passengers flying to Moroccan routes mostly hail from Europe, principally Porto, Paris, Brussels, Hamburg, Zurich, Berlin, Barcelona and London.
In these cases, when the final destination is not Lisbon or Porto, passengers can also take advantage of the Portugal Stopover programme on their way out or during their return flight, stopping in Portugal for up to five nights for no additional charge to their fare.