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Entertainment

Travelling can be an unforgettable experience of luxury and comfort.

     
 
 
     
Electronic Devices on Board (PED’s)

TAP Portugal allows the use of portable electronic devices (PED) during all flight, if set in “flight mode” or equivalent profile – Wireless and Bluetooth functions disabled.

More information here.

Entertainment

Some Airbus A330 aircraft have fully interactive on-demand audio and video systems.

With a choice of over 20 films; twenty hours of series and documentaries from Portugal, Brazil and elsewhere; daily news from Portuguese broadcaster RTP in Portuguese, and from France 24 in English and French; ten games (some of them multi-player, playable between passengers on board the flight); information about TAP and TAP destinations; over 900 songs and audio-books and the option for passengers to create their very own programming, choosing their favourite tracks from the 60 CDs in the in-flight collection, refreshed every two months; 12 TAP radio channels.

On the other aircraft there are six new films, always including one European, Latin American or Brazilian film.

Some aircraft are also equipped with external camera showing take-off, approach and landing. The entire fleet has interactive maps that show the aircraft’s flight trajectory from various angles and provide information on the flight conditions, temperature and time in the departure and destination cities.

As well as the award-winning UP, TAP’s in-flight magazine, tap|executive also offers a selection of Portuguese and international newspapers and magazines and all kinds of reading material in the various lounges.

OnAir WiFi: Stay connected to the world while you fly!

TAP is one of the first European airlines to offer in-flight connectivity services! Now you can make the most of your flight time!

Our partnership with OnAir WiFi, the leading company in supplying global in-flight connectivity services, allows passengers on our A330 (Pedro Nunes, Vasco da Gama, João XXI and João Gonçalves Zarco) fleet to enjoy the pleasure of browsing the Internet, accessing social networks, twittering and sending and receiving e-mails. 

Where can I get this service?

On routes between Europe and North and South America. 

How do I access the Internet?

Whatever you want to use the Internet for, all you need to do is turn on your equipment - iPhone, iPad, BlackBerry or laptop – connect to the OnAir WiFi network, open your browser and follow the instructions that appear on the screen. 

How much does this service cost, and how do I pay for it?

Payment is made by credit card according to the following price list:

  • 4MB: 6 EUR;
  • 10MB: 12 EUR.

Where can I get more information?

Instructions for use and price plans can be found in the seat pocket or in the log-in web portal. You can also ask the flight crew if your flight offers Wi-Fi connectivity.

 

Movies on Board

Personal TV

Films and programmes start at the same time and are repeated throughout the journey.

AVOD - Video On Demand

The interactive touch-screen menu provides you with information about films, TV programmes and daily news.
 

Highlights

Maleficent

Maleficent

 
by Robert Stromberg

starring Angelina Jolie, Elle Fanning

duration > 97min.

original vers ion with Portuguese subtitles, Spanish and French versions available

"Jolie’s Maleficent is magnificent."
Steven Rea, Philadelphia Inquirer
 
Maleficent, the infamous witch from Disney’s classic film Sleeping Beauty, comes to life Angelina Jolie in the main role. Driven by revenge, the benign
Maleficent of old casts a powerful spell over the new-born princess Aurora,
daughter of the king. Will Aurora be the person to save Maleficent’s kingdom?

 

 

X-Men: Days of Futures Past

X-Men: Days of Futures Past

 

by Bryan Singer 

 
starring Ian Mckellen, Hugh Jackman

duration > 131 min.
 
Original version with Portuguese subtitles and Italian version available.

“This is the best, most entertaining and mature comicbook Hollywood franchise currently in existence.”
Rene Rodriguez, Miami Herald 

 
Bryan Singer, who directed the first two films in the saga, returns to the controls
in Days of Futures Past, which, as the title suggests, mixes different times
and the mutant action we have come to expect from the X-Men.
With the future in danger, Professor Xavier and his pupils send Wolverine
to the past to correct history and avoid the extinction of the species.

 

 

Other movies available:

 

CDs Collection

We've selected 50 CDs - over 900 songs and pieces of music in 10 different categories - that you can hear track by track or create a play-list on your personal jukebox to make your journey even better.

Take a look at this month's highlights.
 

Norton

Norton

Brava
 
In 2014, Portuguese band Norton returned with a new record, ten years
after their debut album Pictures From Our Thoughts. After the single “Magnets” comes “Brava”, the perfect soundtrack for indie enthusiasts, now available on the Rock channel. The Castelo Branco band's fourth album is entitled Norton and was also released in Japan.

 
 

 

Michael Jackson & Justin Timberlake

Michael Jackson & Justin Timberlake

Love Never Felt So Good


Michael Jackson’s legacy continues. Culled from Xscape, the second posthumous album from the king of pop, “Love Never Felt So Good”, sees him sing alongside Justin Timberlake. Two generations together on an irresistible song to make you dance, sing, remember and press play over and over again.

 

 

Other CDs available:

 

TAP Audio Channels

In partnership with Rádio e Televisão de Portugal and Biscoito Fino, TAP provides on board the A330 and A340 airplanes 12 audio channels, with different music styles.


 

Newspapers and magazines

Newspapers and magazines are handed out when departing from Lisbon and Porto at TAP’s Inflight Media Counter, located at Lisbon and Porto airports, upon presentation of the boarding pass.

These are also handed out aboard in business class on flights to and from Europe. In these flights’ economy class there is no distribution of newspapers and magazines.

On long-haul flights newspapers and magazines are handed out in business class on outbound and return flights. In these flights’ economy class there is distribution only for return flights.

 

Note: This service is only available on aircrafts operated by TAP Portugal and PGA. The distribution of newspapers is not available on board Beechcraft aircrafts.

UP Magazine

up

"UP" is the TAP's in-flight magazine, available on all short and long-haul flights. It is a monthly magazine that contains articles and reports of interest, and also general information about TAP services.

The quality of TAP’s in-flight magazine has been recognised in a variety of national and international media, making UP a frequently selected medium for the advertising and promotion of the image of a renewed, modernised TAP, thus further increasing its reputation and prestige.

UP can be read on board TAP aircraft and accessed online. It is also available in Apple’s iPad format.