Porto Airport is about 11 km from the centre of Porto, in one of the country's most important industrial and trading areas. 14 airlines currently operate out of this airport with flights to 64 destinations. With an annual traffic of more than 6 million passengers, Porto Airport was judged the 3rd Best European Airport in 2011 by the ACI (Airport Council International), its 7th award in 6 consecutive years.
Management company: ANA Aeroportos de Portugal S.A.
Address: Airport Francisco Sá Carneiro - Pedras Rubras - 4470-558 Maia, Portugal
Telephone no.: +351 22 9432400
IATA Code: OPO
ICAO Code: LPPR
Country Code: PT
The bus runs between the airport and Porto with different line of public transport (Line 601, 602, 604, 3M by Stcp; N°120 for Guifoes and Sao Gens by Resende Urbanos).
Budget shuttle service with regular connections from several points in the city centre to the airport (and vice versa). Shuttle service with regular connections from Braga and Guimarães to the airport (and vice versa).
Violet Line - Airport - E. Estádio do Dragão. Every 20/30 minutes.
Airport Route N-125. Journey time 15 minutes.
Taxis run day and night throughout the airport and the city and are available at taxi ranks, or you can hail them in the street or telephone a taxi company. They take up to four passengers. A supplement is payable for baggage exceeding 55x35x20 cm. It's a good way to reach or leave the airport quickly.
Car rental at the airport is managed by Avis, Europcar, Guerin, Auto-Jardim, Hertz and Budget.