PGA Express

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PGA Express
IATA ICAO Callsign
OC -
Ceased operations (de facto) 2015
Hubs Lisbon Portela Airport
Frequent-flyer program TAP Victoria
Airport lounge TAP premium lounge
Alliance Star Alliance (affiliate)
Parent company Portugália
TAP Portugal
Headquarters Cascais, Portugal

PGA Express was a Portuguese regional airline based in Cascais at Cascais Municipal Airport.[1] It was a subsidiary of Portugália (or PGA for short) and therefore also TAP Portugal and used to operate services to Spain in a franchise agreement with both of them.

On 21 March 2014, TAP Portugal announced it would buy two ATR 42-600 for Portugália to replace their two smaller Beechcraft 1900D operated by PGA Express.[2][3] However, White Airways now operates both ATRs on behalf of TAP Airways instead of PGA Express[4] leaving PGA Express' current status unclear as it no longer maintains any flight operations.


As of April 2015, the PGA Express does no longer operate any aircraft as both Beechcraft 1900D have been phased out while their replacement is not operated by PGA Express.