Portugal Golf Holidays – Ryanair debuts in Madeira with new base and ten routes, including Lisbon and Porto

Ryanair debuts in Madeira with new base and ten routes, including Lisbon and Porto

Ryanair debuts in Madeira with new base and ten routes, including Lisbon and Porto

Low cost carrier announces its arrival in Funchal. Flights are expected to start in the summer of 2022 and may revolutionise prices in the Madeiran airline market.

And finally, 18 years after its debut in Portugal, the aircraft carrier of low-cost flights will arrive at the major Portuguese airport it was missing, Funchal, which will be a new operational base for the company from March. In Madeira, Ryanair will start with ten routes, with five new direct destinations and 40 weekly frequencies, highlighting the connections to Lisbon, with two daily flights, and Porto, with one daily flight.[...] read more

Portugal golf holidays – Portugal with new air routes in the summer

Portugal with new air routes in the summer

Portugal with new air routes

Ryannair is an important partner for the development of tourism in Portugal and so the Tee Times Golf Agency considers these new routes of great importance, as the frequency of flights is vital to encourage travelers, especially golfers both for the Algarve and for Lisbon.

Operating already in Lisbon, Porto, Faro, Ponta Delgada and Terceira (Lajes) airports, Ryanair announced that two new routes, Lisbon-Cologne (Germany), with two weekly flights, and Faro-Belfast (Northern Ireland), with daily flights, will be included in their new summer programme, plans to operate a total of 121 routes in Europe and 595 flights during the high season.[...] read more

Madeira, Lisbon and Algarve win at World Travel Awards 2020

World Travel Awards 2020

Madeira, Lisbon and Algarve

Portugal shone at the World Travel Awards (WTA) 2020, considered the Oscars of Tourism and which once again distinguished Madeira as the best island destination, Lisbon as the best city break destination and the Algarve as the best beach destination in the world.

“Overcoming all constraints, we have preserved the reputation and notoriety of our destinations”, welcomes Rita Marques, Secretary of State for Tourism, considering that Portugal has shown the world that it is “a safe country, ready to welcome everyone”.[...] read more