Portugal airports map

Map of airports in Portugal. Portugal airports map (Southern Europe - Europe) to print. Portugal airports map (Southern Europe - Europe) to download. Portugal has three international airports, Lisbon, Faro and Porto. These three airports cover the entire country, and provide numerous international routes, which are own by a variety of airlines including national and low-cost airlines. The islands of Madeira and Azores each have their own airports and have regular flights back to the Portuguese mainland. Lisbon airport (LIS) as you can see in Portugal airports map is the main international airport of Portugal and this is the airport to y into for the entire central region. The airport handles the highest number of international ights and most ights from outside of Europe y into Lisbon. Lisbon airport is conveniently located within the city limits and is connected to the metro and bus network for easy onward travel.

Map of airports in Portugal

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Faro airport (FAO) serves the southern side of Portugal and this region of stunning beaches and enjoyable resort towns is referred to as the Algarve. The number of flights and passenger levels uctuates during the year, with most travellers passing through the airport during the long summer season (June-September). The north of Portugal is served by Porto airport (OPO). The airport is becoming a hub for low cost airlines and the number of ights outside of European is increasing. Generally, there is not massive seasonal variation as experienced by Faro airport. The airport is outside of the city limits as its shown in Portugal airports map but is connected to the metro and is easy for onward travel. All of the airports have facilities that reect the size of the airports and include car rental, money exchanges, ticket sales and duty free lounges.
The Porto Airport is also known as Francisco Sa Carneiro Airport, situated 11 km northwest of the Clerigos Tower in the centre of Porto. It is run by ANA – Aeroportos de Portugal. At the moment the airport is the second busiest in the country in terms of aircraft operations and passengers. Informally known under the name of Funchal Airport, the Madeira Airport serves the region of the archipelago of Madeira. The airport is situated 13 km east of the regional capital Funchal. Mostly it features flights to European metropolitan destinations due to the status of Madeira as a leisure destination. Azores is an archipelago composed of nine islands each having its own airport, more specifically airfield. The islands are situated 1300 km west of continental Portugal and 900 km northwest of Madeira. The international airports as its mentioned in Portugal airports map are: Ponta Delgada Airport (PDL) also called João Paulo II, Horta Airport (HOR), Lajes Airport (TER).