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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
3 hours 4 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||Brussels|
|Flights arrive in:||Lisbon|
|Airlines:||PGA-Portugalia Airlines, Ryanair, TAP Portugal, Vueling|
The journey from Brussels, Belgium to Lisbon, Portugal is both convenient and simple. With over 30 flights each day, tourists can be flexible about their travel plans between these two capital cities. Direct flights from Brussels get passengers to Lisbon in just under 3 hours. Layovers in either Amsterdam or Porto can extend the trip by a few hours.
Nearly 20 airlines fly from Brussels to Lisbon so travelers can pick the right airline for their budget. The airlines with the most flights each day are Iberia, KLM, TAP Portugal (the most common airline in Portugal), and Vueling. Ryanair is also a budget-friendly option.
Direct flights from Brussels to Lisbon are quick; travelers arrive in just under 3 hours. A layover in either Amsterdam or Porto can extend the trip. Travel times with layovers can be between 4 and 13 hours. A 13-hour layover can be convenient for tourists who wish to add one more city to their vacation for no extra cost.
Each day, there are over 30 flights leaving Brussels for Lisbon. Sometimes, especially on weekdays, there are as many as 5 flights leaving in the same hour.
Travelers can choose between two airports. Low-cost airlines fly from Brussels South Charleroi Airport. The larger of the two international hubs is Brussels Airport.
Departure airport: Flights arrive at one of two destinations in Brussels. Brussels Airport, the larger of the two airports is 11km from the city center. Brussels Airport also goes by the name Zaventem. Brussels Airways, the national airline, runs almost exclusively from this airport. Brussels South Charleroi Airport is 43km from downtown Brussels and is smaller than its sister airport. Charleroi is home to more budget-friendly travel options, such as Ryanair. It also houses 3 flight schools.
Arrival airport: Flight arrive at Lisbon Portela Airport. This airport serves the country’s capital, the Azores, and is also a major hub for European Star Alliance flights coming in from Brazil. Only 6.5km from the city center, it is convenient by personal car or by public transportation.