The Algarve continues to resume the flow of commercial passenger flights with the intensification in the coming days of the travel calendar of several foreign companies with Faro Airport as a destination, after the break of several months caused by the pandemic of Covid-19.
This week Ryanair resumes flights from Dublin, Stansted, Manchester, Porto and Brussels; Transavia strengthens its connections with flights from Rotterdam, Eindhoven, Paris, Montpellier, Lyon and Nantes; and Eurowings will have flights from Dusseldorf and Stuttgart, Cologne and Hamburg.
As of July, flights to Air France will resume, which will fly from Paris, British Airways and Jet.2com, from all its UK bases.
These join the first connections made in May, with flights from Edelweiss and Luxair, and in the first half of June with Transavia, Brussels Airlines, TUI Belgium, Volotea (from Lyon), Wizzair (from Luton-London ), EasyJet (from Belfast – Northern Ireland), TUI Germany (from Dusseldorf and Frankfurt), Lufthansa (from Frankfurt), SWISS (from Geneva) and Luxair (from Luxembourg).
At Faro Airport, recommendations are being applied that are part of the “Algarve Clean & Safe” Manual of Good Practices. in line with that stipulated by the health authorities.
Basic measures are also being implemented to receive passengers, such as temperature measurement, the reinforcement of signs indicating physical distance and information on the use of masks and protections at service counters.