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One of Portugal's busiest airports, Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport serves more than five million passengers each year, nearly half of which comes from Germany and France; however the airport offers flights to many worldwide destinations, including London, Toronto, Milan, Montreal, Amsterdam, Casablanca, Caracas and Zurich.
Located six miles (10km) northwest of Porto, the airport is a graceful structure with corvuing lines reminiscent of Gaudi, however the interior, though spacious and comfortable, has an onnoying lack of natural light. There are several dozen shops and restaurants, as well as a children's play area, in the terminal.
6 miles (10km) northwest of Porto
Getting to the city
STCP bus lines 601 and 602 run to Cordoaria from 5:30am to 23:30pm. Metro Violet Line E runs to Estádio do Dragão between 6am and 1am. Metered taxis are also available outside the terminal.
GMT (GMT +1 between the last Sunday in March and the Saturday before the last Sunday in October).
Parking lot P0 is for short-term parking, and P3 and P4 are for long-term parking.
Flights to Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport are available from Air Berlin, Swiss International, Air Europa, Ryanair, Air Transat, easyJet, Iberia, Lufthansa, Brussels Airlines, Luxair, Sunwing, and TAP Portugal.
Free wifi is available to access local flight and airport information, but anything else will involve logging in or signing up with a provider like Vodafone, Novaspot or Hotspot Portugal. Free broadband internet is available in the departures area if you have your own laptop and LAN cable.
There are several VIP lounges with internet, phones, and fax services, and the airport offers conference facilities with audio-visual equipment for up to 35 people.
Porto Airport Taxis: the taxi fares above are intended as a guideline only.