Porto Airport

Francisco Sá-Carneiro Airport is the international airport serving the city of Porto in Portugal. It is located in an important industrial and commercial area of Portugal, 11 km from the city centre.

Thus it is a privileged gateway for Portuguese commercial activity.

There is a development plan in the Portuguese State’s drawers for an increase in traffic from 5 to 15 million passengers per year, in several phases if the need arises.

In 2016, it was named Best Airport in Europe1 by Airports Council International in the 5-15 million passengers per year category of the ASQ Awards (en) (Airport Service Quality Award) and 3rd best in Europe in all categories from 2013 to 2016


Porto Airport is connected to the city centre by metro line E, the terminus of which is in the immediate vicinity of the terminal building. The metro station and the terminal are connected by a subway. An individual ticket to the city from porto airport to centre costs €1.50 + €0.50 for the rechargeable magnetic badge. The latter can be redeemed at the “I” information desk on the ground floor of the airport on the return journey.

The journey takes about 35 minutes to about 15 stations, there are about 3 metros per hour. The daily ticket can be very advantageous depending on the traffic zone

The price of a porto airport taxi ride to the centre of Porto is €25 to €30. For the transport of large suitcases or travel bags, you sometimes have to pay extra. If you want to take a taxi directly from Porto Airport to Braga or Guimarães, expect to pay around €60 per taxi ride.

Address details
Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport
Pedras Rubras
4470 Maiav

Phone, Fax, E-mail
Telephone: +351(0)229 432 400
Fax: +351(0)229 484 597
E-mail: oporto.airport@ana-aeroportos.pt

Airport codes
IATA airport code: OPO
ICAO airport code: LPPR
web: porto-airport.com