A Variety Of Airports In Portugal
We've given a short description of a few of Portugals main airports below. If the Airport you are looking for isn't there, then check out the links at the bottom of the page
Lisbon International Airport
Portugal's main air hub. The airport is served by many international carriers, with connections to destinations as far afield as Canada and Brazil. Domestic carriers also feature heavily at Lisbon International Airport. A convenient network of buses run to the city and back, while the centre of Lisbon is also easily accessible by motorway.
Lisbon Airport Guide
Faro International Airport
Located in the south of Portugal Faro is second to Lisbon International. The airport's single terminal is modern and well equipped, providing domestic, intercontinental and international flights. Situated near the centre of Faro, buses, hotel shuttles and taxis run to the city and farther afield.
Faro Airport Guide
Francisco Sa Carneiro International Airport
Situated in the northwest near the town of Oporto, this airport is a modern single-terminal airport serving flights to and from 30 domestic and international destinations. Buses and shuttles run to the city centre and its hotels in the daytime, while taxis run on a 24-hour basis.
Porto Airport Guide
Santa Maria Airport
Set on the island of Azores, this is a small single-terminal airport that serves flights from the Portuguese mainland. The airport is located near the island's main town of Vila do Porto. Buses and taxis are available at the airport.
Santa Maria Airport Guide