As of 2015, airlines that fly out of Faro Airport, located 2.5 miles west of Faro, Portugal, include Aer Lingus, Air Berlin, Iberia, British Airways and Lufthansa. Numerous other airlines also fly out of Faro Airport, including Easy Jet, Finnair, Germania, Iceland Air and Vueling. Faro Airport serves destinations worldwide, such as Spain, the Czech Republic, the Netherlands, Russia and the United Kingdom.
While a complete list of airlines that fly out of Faro Airport is available on the Faro Airport official website, other airlines that fly out of the airport are Aigle Azur, Air Transat, Arke, Brussels Airlines and Condor. Ryanair uses the airport as a hub.
The busiest months for Faro Airport are between March and October, at which point it becomes a slot coordinated airport. The busiest destinations to which airlines fly out from Faro Airport are London, Manchester, Dublin, Amsterdam and Liverpool.
Also known as Algarve Airport, Faro Airport is in the south of Portugal, near Faro, the capital of the Algarve District. As the only airport in Algarve, the airport serves many tourists each year, who come to visit nearby ruins, beaches and fishing villages. Visitors reach Faro City by bus, taxi or rental car.