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Cheap flights from Portugal

Portugal may be a small country but its airports are well-connected to the world, with frequent low-cost flights to neighbouring Spain, and nearby hubs like Madrid, Paris and London. Travel beyond Europe and you could find yourself anywhere from Brazil to Guinea-Bissau with flagship airline TAP Portugal.

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Airports in Portugal

As you might expect, the capital’s Lisbon Airport is the busiest in Portugal, though Faro Airport’s location on the popular Algarve coast accounts for a lot of passengers flying from other domestic airports and holidaymakers to and from the UK. Porto is the main airport for the north, operating mainly flights to Spain, central Europe and the UK.

 

Major airports in Portugal

  • Faro Airport
  • Lisbon Portela Airport
  • Madeira Funchal Airport
  • Porto Fracisco Sa Carneiro Airport

 

Which airlines fly from Portugal?

TAP Portugal operates flights within Portugal, Europe, Africa and the US. National airlines from elsewhere in Europe ensure a good standard of service, with Tunisair, British Airways and Austrian Airlines all having bases at Lisbon. For lower fares, try Iberia, eurowings, Blue Air and similar budget airlines, who run some of the best deals on flights from Portugal to Europe.

 

Airlines flying from Portugal

  • Germanwings
  • Aer Lingus
  • Flybe
  • TAP Portugal
  • Eurowings
  • easyJet
  • Norwegian
  • Swiss
  • Ryanair
  • British Airways
  • Jet2
  • Blue Air
  • KLM
  • Norwegian
  • Lufthansa
  • Luxair
  • Air France
  • Alitalia
  • Monarch
  • Austrian Airlines
  • Air Berlin
  • Vueling Airlines
  • Air Europa
  • SATA
  • LOT
  • Tunisair
  • Brussels Airlines
  • Thomson Airways
  • Iberia
  • SAS
  • Aegean Airlines
  • Thomas Cook Airlines

 

Where can you fly to from Portugal?

Look out for cheap domestic flights from mainland Portugal to the islands of Madeira and Porto Santo, along with direct routes to experience the fascinating fusion culture of Cape Verde, a former Portuguese colony.

Worldwide, you can be partying in Rio de Janeiro within a matter of hours and the Mexican Caribbean is also accessible from Portugal, via Cancun. Faro has regular, cheap connections to Northern Europe and the UK, while it’s worth checking out indirect long-haul routes from Porto to places like New York, as fares can work out cheaper.

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