Airport Info Faro (FAO)
Faro Airport (IATA: FAO, ICAO: LPFR), also known as Faro Airport, is the third largest airport in Portugal. It is an international airport and serves the area of Faro, Portugal. Faro Airport has passenger flights scheduled to 87 destinations in 17 countries.
At present, there are 2 domestic flights from Faro.
The longest flight from Faro FAO is a 1,939 mile (3,120 kilometers) non stop route to Stockholm Arlanda ARN. This direct flight takes around 4 hours and 20 minutes and is operated by Norwegian.
Airlines flying from Faro
In total there are 27 airlines flying from and to Faro. Most flights are operated by one of the following carriers:
- Ryanair (FR)35 destinations
- easyJet (U2*)21 destinations
- Jet2 (LS)9 destinations
- TUI Fly (TB*)7 destinations
- Eurowings (EW)7 destinations
- Germania (ST)6 destinations
- TUI Fly (X3*)5 destinations
- Volotea (V7)4 destinations
- British Airways (BA)4 destinations
Alternative airports to Faro
There are two alternative airports to Faro (FAO) within a range of 125 miles (200 kilometers) which are Jerez de la Frontera (XRY) and Sevilla (SVQ).