Lisbon to Become Closer to More Destinations


As Lisbon grows as a tourist destination, so do the number of airlines and cities interested in being connected to the city. The low-cost easyJet will have a base in the Portuguese capital next month, and starting this week the airport’s terminal 2 will be used exclusively by low-cost airlines.
Other non-low-cost airlines are also reenforcing their Lisbon services to meet demand this summer, and Emirates will fly to the city for the first time in July, from Dubai.
As for the new easyJet destinations they’ll be Amsterdam, Asturias, Bordeuax, Copenhagen and Venice.
Five other destinations will be operating to/from Lisbon airport for the first time this year, but those have yet to be announced. They’ll be from TAP (which will also begin service to Berlin this summer), Transavia and bmibaby.
This way not only residents of those cities will have more access to Lisbon, but tourists will also be able to better combine a trip to the Portuguese capital with another destination in a longer holiday or city break.

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