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Lisbon airport expected to register 28 canceled flights for July 5 | Público (PT)

In addition to TAP, cancellations affected flights on Azores Airlines (SATA group), British Airways, Ryanair, TAAG and Scandinavian Airlines.

There are also cancelled flights Porto and Faro on Tuesday in light of “ongoing disruptions at European airports,” Público writes…READ MORE

And that was after 130 flights cancelled on Friday, Saturday and Sunday — most of them on TAP, according to Euronews.

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