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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
3 hours 35 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||Lisbon|
|Flights arrive in:||Barcelona|
|Airlines:||PGA-Portugalia Airlines, TAP Portugal, Vueling|
Travelers looking for a faster option than the train for the west-to-east journey across the Iberian Peninsula can take direct Lisbon to Barcelona flights throughout the year. Flight schedules offer a choice of airlines, including a budget option. There are frequent direct daily connections from Lisbon to the Catalan city seven days a week, with departure time options that include morning, afternoon and evening flights. Flight times on this route are just under two hours.
Portuguese national carrier TAP Portugal, along with its regional subsidiary Portugalia Airlines, offers direct Lisbon to Barcelona flights. In addition, Spanish budget airline Vueling has frequent direct flights to Barcelona from the Portuguese capital.
The fastest TAP Portugal and Portugalia direct Lisbon to Barcelona flights take an hour and 50 minutes to cover the 1,005 km trip north-east from Portugal across Spain to Catalonia. Vueling budget services take around five minutes longer to reach Barcelona on this route.
There are nine direct flights from Lisbon to Barcelona daily, seven days a week. The majority are provided by TAP Portugal and Portugalia Airlines, with budget airline Vueling also providing three daily direct flights Monday-Saturday and four on Sundays. Departure schedules range from early morning to late evening.
Departure airport: Located about 7 km north of the city, Lisbon Portela Airport is connected by frequent Metro underground services and Aerobus shuttles, taking around 25 minutes to reach the terminal from the center. Facilities for passengers include parking lots for short and long term stays, fashion boutiques, international dining and duty-free shopping.
Arrival airport: Barcelona El Prat airport is a major international hub located 12 km south-west of the city center. Metro services on Line L9 Sud offer rail connections downtown in about 30 minutes, making the journey into the city fast and uncomplicated. Passenger facilities in the terminals include everything you could ask for, such as a specialist soccer souvenir store, a wide range of international restaurants, fashion outlets, bars, cafes, and free WiFi.