Portugal awaits the arrival of foreign visitors and Ryanair customers can now plan summer holidays to or from Algarve and celebrate the lifting of travel restrictions in Europe. Some selected routes will be available from 22 June and all details can be found from Ryanair.
Susana Brito Limpo, PR and Communications Manager Spain & Portugal, said:
"Ryanair is pleased to announce that it will re-establish 37 routes from Faro as of 1 July, as part of Ryanair's summer 2020 schedule. We are happy to resume our operation in southern Portugal, supporting the regional economy and the sector tourism, bringing friends and families together again and allowing millions of tourists to discover the region.”
Alberto Mota Borges, Director of Faro Airport, said:
“Faro Airport enthusiastically welcomes the resumption of Ryanair's operation in the Algarve, almost complete as of 1 July. This substantial start-up in the Algarve results from the airline's confidence in the region's entities in the prevention and monitoring of Covid-19. The hygiene and protection measures implemented at Faro Airport, from personal protection, cleaning, physical distance, contactless solutions on the passenger's path at the terminal, temperature control by thermal camera and the dissemination of generalised information at the terminal, ensure that desired resumption of air connections to the Algarve. With the purpose and responsibility to guarantee safe travel, ANA Aeroportos de Portugal will continue to work in an integrated manner with tourism entities, national and international partners so that the return to the Algarve translates confidence in a safe destination.”
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