Lisbon Airport

Lisbon Airport

Lisbon Airport was opened on 15 October, 1942, with four 1,000 m runways. It quickly expanded, with extended runways and a new terminal. It also expanded its parking facilities to allow more aircraft movements (110 437 in 2002). It has six jetways.

The Lisbon Airport, providing service to the capital of Portugal, is the busiest and most important airport in the country.

The principal point of entry for travellers arriving in Portugal, the airport has done much to promote economic development, not only for the city but also for the Greater Lisbon area.

In order to meet the needs that increasing numbers of passengers and air traffic has brought about, the airport has invested in the modernisation and improvement of services on offer.

Truly, there are so many reasons for you to pay a visit to our City of Seven Hills, so do come and enjoy one of Europe’s most splendid and historical capital cities.

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Lisbon Airport Alameda das Comunidades Portuguesas
Lisboa 1700-007

Contact Info
(+351) 218 413 500
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Lisboa / Portela Weather info
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