Ryanair destinations from Lisbon Airport
Lisbon Airport first welcomed the Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair in November 2013, having developed the network of routes from the Portuguese capital ever since. As per early 2015, Ryanair destinations from Lisbon airport are as follows:
1. Beauvais, France
Located approx. 50 miles north of Paris, Beauvais-Tillé Airport (BVA) is a popular low-cost alternative for flying to the capital of France. Ryanair is the predominant airline at Beauvais Airport.
2. Bergamo, Italy
Officially known as Il Caravaggio International Airport (BGY), Bergamo Airport is commonly referred to as Bergamo Orio al Serio Airport. Despite being also marketed by low-cost carriers as Milan Bergamo Airport, it is located in a considerable distance, over 35 miles, from Milano. Bergamo Airport is a great gateway to northern Lombardy and in particular to the Italian Lakes region.
3. Bremen, Germany
Bremen Airport (BRE) is located in Northern Germany serving the smallest of German states (landen), the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen. Lisbon is one of many popular tourist destinations in southern Europe available for the sun-seeking holidaymakers from Bremen Airport.
4. Brussels, Belgium
Brussels Airport (BRU), the busiest in Belgium, is located in Zaventem, approx. 7 miles northeast of Brussels, hence the frequently used name Brussels Zaventem Airport.
5. Dole, France
Dole-Jura Airport (DLE) is located in the Franche-Comté region of eastern France, about a hundred kilometres form the border with Switzerland. Dole Airport is also available as Ryanair destination from Porto Airport.
6. Dublin, Ireland
Dublin Airport (DUB) is the busiest commercial airport in Ireland. It is located 6 miles north of Dublin city centre
7. Eindhoven, Netherlands
Located in southern Netherlands, Eindhoven Airport (EIN) is the second largest Dutch airport, after Amsterdam Schiphol. Eindhoven Airport is dominated by low-cost carriers. Apart from Ryanair, Wizzair and the Dutch Transavia also operates here.
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8. Hahn, Germany
Ryanair is the main carrier at the small Frankfurt-Hahn Airport (HHN) in Rhineland-Palatinate state of western Germany. Despite “Frankfurt” being included in the airport’s name marketed by the airline, the distance form Hahn Airport to Frankfurt is considerable, around 75 miles. Luxembourg is actually closer to Hahn Airport than Frankfurt itself.
9. Hamburg, Germany
Hamburg Airport (HAM) serves the second most populous city of Germany, which is simultaneously a German state. Located in Fuhlsbuttel district of Hamburg, in northern Germany, Hamburg Airport is often use by travellers on the way to Denmark. The distance from Hamburg Airport to the border with Germany is approx. 95 miles.
10. London-Stansted, UK
Stansted Airport (STN) is one of the most popular Ryanair’s destinations form Lisbon. The third busiest of London airports is located approx. 40 miles northeast of London city centre.
11. Manchester, UK
Manchester International Airport (MAN), third largest in the UK is located approx. 9 miles south of Manchester and close to major motorways M56 and M6. Manchester, an important element of the Industrial Revolution in 18th and 19th centuries, nowadays Manchester is a modern city, known for its architecture and vibrant cultural and music scene, as well as for the Premier League football team, Manchester United.
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12. Marseille, France
Marseille Airport (MRS) is a popular gateway to Côte d’Azur and Provence in southern France. The airport is located approx. 17 miles northwest of Marseille.
13. Pisa, Italy
Pisa International Airport (PSA), formerly known as Galileo Galilei Airport, is the main airport of Tuscany region in central Italy. From Pisa Airport it is only a short drive to Livorno, Viareggio, Lucca, San Gimignano and other popular tourist destinations of Tuscany. The distance from Pisa Airport to Florence is approx. 50 miles.
14. Ponta Delgada – Azores, Portugal (begins 1 April 2015)
John Paul II Ponta Delgada Airport (PDL) serves the island of São Miguel in the Portuguese archipelago of Azores. Much appreciated by tourists for the green, unspoiled landscapes and mild climate, Azores are a perfect location for either a relaxing break amidst nature or an active outdoor adventure. Ponta Delgada Airport is the main airport of the Azores. Flight from Lisbon to Ponta Delgada is approx. 2 hours.
15. Porto, Portugal
Porto Airport (OPO) is the main gateway to the north of Portugal. Flight time from Lisbon to Porto is approx. 50 minutes. It takes around 2h30min to cover the same distance by car (via tolled motorways).
16. Rome-Ciampino, Italy
Ciampino Airport (CIA) is a low-cost airport of Rome, serving two budget carriers, Ryanair and Wizzair. The airport is located approx. 8 miles southeast of the Italian capital, near the Rome Ring Road.
17. Warsaw-Modlin, Poland (begins 30 March 2015)
Modlin Airport (WMI) is located 25 miles north of the Polish capital. In early 2015, Ryanair was the only airline operating in Modlin Airport, serving on over 30 destinations in Europe.