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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
2 hours 23 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||Barcelona|
|Flights arrive in:||Lisbon|
|Airlines:||PGA-Portugalia Airlines, TAP Portugal, Vueling, Air Europa|
Flights across the Iberian peninsula from Barcelona to Lisbon offer an attractive travel choice for business travelers or tourists heading for the Portuguese capital. Frequent direct flights to Lisbon are available with national carriers and a budget airline seven days a week. Journey times from the Catalan city are around two hours. Travel options include morning, afternoon and evening departure times from Barcelona. Indirect connections with one change en route increase the options for daily departures to Lisbon.
The Portuguese national carrier TAP Portugal offers daily direct flights to Lisbon from Barcelona. In addition, Spanish budget airline Vueling has daily flights on this route from Barcelona, with some services operated with its codeshare partners Iberia and British Airways. Indirect flights with one change en route include TAP Portugal services from Barcelona via Porto and Iberia connections via Madrid Barajas.
The fastest flights on the 625-mile route west from Barcelona to Lisbon take one hour and 55 minutes. Most direct flights take around five minutes longer to reach the Portuguese capital. Additional indirect connections via Madrid or Porto take upwards of three hours.
There are ten daily direct flights from Barcelona to Lisbon from Sunday-Friday, with nine direct connections on Saturdays. These include four daily services from budget airline Vueling from Sunday to Friday, with three on Saturdays. Departure times include morning, afternoon and evening take-off options.
Departure airport: Barcelona El Prat Airport is one of Europe's major flight hubs, located about nine miles south-west of the city center, with regular public transport connections from downtown on Aerobus shuttles and Metro line L9, taking 20-30 minutes. Facilities at the terminal include designer fashion stores, tapas bars and international restaurants, a spa salon, business lounges, and free WiFi.
Arrival airport: Lisbon Portela Airport is situated around four miles north-east of central Lisbon with frequent and fast public transport connections on Aerobus services and on Lisbon Metro trains, taking about 15 minutes to reach the city center. Passenger facilities at the terminal include fast food restaurants, bars, coffee shops, car rental desks, free WiFi and taxi stands.