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|Flights Depart from:||Porto|
|Flights arrive in:||Lisbon|
|Airlines:||PGA-Portugalia Airlines, Ryanair, TAP Portugal|
Domestic flights between Portugal's two major cities offer business travelers and tourists a fast way of getting from Porto to Lisbon throughout the day and evening. Frequent flights seven days a week provide an alternative to a long train journey, with journey times from Porto to the capital of just under one hour. Passengers can choose from a national carrier and a budget airline, with departure times from early morning to late evening.
Portugal's national carrier TAP Portugal operates frequent daily direct flights from Porto to Lisbon, some provided in partnership with its affiliate PGA - Portugalia Airlines. In addition, budget airline Ryanair provides direct flights to Lisbon six days a week.
TAP Portugal flights from Porto to the capital take 55 minutes to complete the 180-mile trip south. Ryanair services from Porto take five minutes longer to reach the capital. Given the shortness of the flight, indirect connections are not a practical consideration on this route.
Flight schedules from Porto to Lisbon range from 13-16 daily connections, with the most flights on Tuesdays and the fewest on Saturdays. The majority of departures are TAP Portugal or PGA - Portugalia Airlines services, while the Ryanair budget airline schedule offers one flight on Mondays and Wednesdays and two flights on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Sundays. Daily departure times include early morning, afternoon and evening take-off options.
Departure airport: Porto Francisco Sa Carneiro Airport is located six miles north-west of the city center, reached by local bus routes or Metro trains on the purple line, taking about 15 minutes to reach the terminal from downtown. Facilities at the terminal include long and short-stay parking lots, business lounges, a pharmacy, currency exchange bureaux, restaurants and coffee shops, and free WiFi.
Arrival airport: Lisbon Portela Airport is situated four miles north-east of downtown Lisbon. Portela Airport has public transport links on Lisbon Metro trains and Aerobus shuttles, taking about 15 minutes to reach central locations. The airport terminal has duty-free stores, a wide range of international restaurants and bars, car rental desks, and taxi stands.