Lisbon Airport (Aeroporto Lisboa) also known as Humberto Delgado airport or Portela airport is located four miles (7km) northeast from the centre of Lisbon and is well connected by public transport. This airport serving Portugal’s capital is also the country’s busiest and the main hub for TAP, Portugal’s national airline. The airport itself is modern, clean, well managed with good informative signs and great facilities. 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.
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.
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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
The Aerobos services run from both Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 and connect the airport with a number of major destinations in the downtown area, including the Sete Rios bus and train terminal, and Entrecampos, Cais do Sodré, and Rossio railway terminals. The buses have been adapted for carrying large luggage and access for those with reduced mobility.
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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.
Book a private transfer from the airport to your Lisbon accommodation. Meet your driver at the arrivals hall and get where you need to go with convenience and ease. Drivers are available 24 hours a day to take you or bring you from the airport.