Airliners are resuming operations owing to the easing of pandemic restrictions. Porto International Airport, Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport will see Ryanair flying again, starting on 28th March. This announcement follows the latest news by Turkish Airlines that it will resume operations to and from Porto by the end of March, as well.
Irish airliner Ryanair announces that it will fly again to and from Porto to Germany, with 10 thousand seats available. Also, in the summer, a new route will be inaugurated: Porto–Bremen.
With Easter time and the increasing demand for flights, Ryanair announced a strengthening in the number of flights: “travellers can now make reservations regarding Easter vacations, with additional flights, available in four routes to and from Porto, between 28th March and mid-April. Several of these routes will remain available during the summertime, and flight reservations are on until March 2022.”
In total, there will be four weekly flights regarding the routes Berlin - Porto, Frankfurt International - Porto, and Memmingen - Porto, the double of the current ones. Concurrently, the connection Cologne – Porto will have two weekly flights.
This announcement follows “the easing of travel restrictions in Germany”, affirmed Ryanair’s Commercial Director, Jason McGuiness, who furthered that a new route is to be launched: Porto – Bremen, with two weekly flights.
A novelty, as well, is the inauguration of the Belfast (Ireland) - Faro (Portugal) route.