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Flights to Lisbon

The westernmost capital on the European continent, Lisbon has been a busy port city for hundreds of years, welcoming travellers and traders from all over the world. Today there is one main international airport serving the city, where flights from the UK arrive throughout the year from a variety of departing cities.

Which is the main airport in Lisbon? 

Flights to Lisbon arrive at Lisbon Portela Airport, where many international airlines operate. This is the gateway to the city by air, and in 2018 it welcomed a record 29 million passengers through it's terminals. Onward travel to the centre of the city takes around 20 minutes by cab or Metro, while the Aerobus offers frequent departures to popular destinations in the city directly from the airport.

Which airlines offer flights to Lisbon?

From the United Kingdom, Ryanair, easyJet and Monarch all fly direct throughout the year to the Portuguese capital. Services from cities including Edinburgh, Glasgow, Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol and London all have flight times of three hours or less. The most expensive time of year to arrive in Lisbon is June, while March and February are typically the least expensive months to fly into the city.

Why travel by plane to Lisbon?

The easiest way to reach the city from the UK is by aeroplane. With departures from all over the country, short flight times and a variety of airlines offering their services, flights to Lisbon have never been so practical, with the only alternative being tricky indirect bus, train or car journeys which will likely steal more than a day of your trip.

Before you travel to Lisbon by plane - good to know!

A city built around seven legendary hills, Lisbon can offer some of the most beautiful scenery in Portugal. High altitude viewing points provide the perfect platform for breathtaking views of the city below with its castles, gardens and national landmarks such as Sao Vicente de Fora and the National Pantheon. The public transport network is well organised to take in the cityscape and even includes lifts scaling the city's hills. The famous Santa Junta Lift opened in 1902 and has become a tourist attraction in its own right. The 7 Colinas travel card is highly recommended to take advantage of reduced fares on board public transport. The card can be bought from metro stations and easily topped up at newspaper stands when needed. The winding streets of Lisbon are often best experienced by foot or on the city's famous tram network.

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