Discover the types of payments available
You can choose one of the following credit cards: Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Diners or UATP, and your card will be debited immediately.
When booking an e-ticket less than 24 hours before the flight’s departure you may not be able to complete the operation for security reasons. If this happens we suggest you contact TAP.
This system covers worldwide bank accounts and credit cards.
Find out more about this method of payment here.
PayPal offers one of the securest payment platforms in the world.
All the financial information (bank account details and credit card number) is stored and carefully encrypted on this system’s servers: the personal data of each user is totally confidential.
Another of the benefits associated with the PayPal system is the Purchase Protection Program. Under this program, if a user does not receive a product they bought or has not authorised a certain payment they can get that amount back.
How to use PayPal
Creating a PayPal account is completely free: simply register a credit card and you will be able to make purchases over the internet.
The information is entered only once and when you make any purchase you only need to enter the email address and password to authorise any payment.
Payment at ticket desks
- credit card (Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Diners Club and UATP);
- debit card;
- certified cheque;
- and cash.
TAP is now offering a new payment method in the Angolan market: Multicaixa.
Multicaixa is an angolan electronic payment method. Just like the portuguese Multibanco, this option allows any client holding a bank account in Angola to perform a payment in Kwanza by using an entity and a payment reference, through Homebanking or at an ATM machine. It’s a fast, instantaneous and safe payment process.
In Flytap’s checkout page, by selecting Multicaixa as your payment option you can comfortably receive the payment information on your mobile phone by SMS completely free of charge.
This option is only available for reservations with departure from Angola.