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Lisbon Airport, officially known as Humberto Delgado Airport, serves as the main gateway to Portugal's vibrant capital city. Situated just seven kilometres (4mi) north of Lisbon's city centre, this bustling airport handles millions of passengers each year, making it one of the busiest in Southern Europe. Named after a prominent Portuguese aviation pioneer, Humberto Delgado, the airport offers both domestic and international flights, connecting Lisbon to destinations across Europe, Africa, and the Americas.

Equipped with modern facilities and amenities, Lisbon Airport provides travellers with a seamless travel experience from check-in to boarding. Its terminals boast an array of shops, restaurants, and duty-free outlets catering to the diverse needs of passengers. There are two terminals; terminal 1 handles all arrivals and regular scheduled and chartered flights where as terminal 2 is used by low-cost airlines, most notably EasyJet and Ryanair. There's a free shuttle bus which runs between the two terminals every ten minutes. Additionally, efficient transportation links, including metro, bus, and taxi services, ensure easy access to and from the airport.

As the primary entry point for visitors to Lisbon, the airport serves as the first impression of Portugal's vibrant culture, history, and hospitality. Whether arriving for business or leisure, travellers are greeted with the warm embrace of Lisbon's charm and allure right from the moment they step foot in the airport. .

The Aeroporto Metro station was added to the Red Line of the Lisbon Metro system in 2012. Regular services whisks passengers to the centre of Lisbon in 20 minutes. Timetable & Info
Orient station is only a few stops away where there's a major train station and national coach hub. You can get the train to Sintra from there. Timetable

Taxis operate just outside arrivals 24 hours a day and take about 15 minutes to get into the centre of Lisbon. Agree a price with the driver before you set off.