The low cost airline easyJet today opened its new base at Lisbon airport and announced the addition of opened five routes, which over the next ten years will bring in revenues of €594 million.
The new routes to Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Bordeaux, Venice and Asturias, join the sixteen already connecting the Portuguese capital to European cities and regions.
Algarve Race Track features Classic Cars Festival. From 18-21 October, Algarve Classic Festival is back for another wonderful event that will surely be in everyone's memory.
The Algarve Classic Festival 2012 will bring to the magnificent circuit of Portimao several runs as the Stirling Moss Trophy for pre-'61 vehicles, the Motor Racing Legends Pre-War Sports Car Series, JD Classics Challenge Touring Car for 1966 - 85, U2TC to 2-liter GTs, the '1000km 'pre-'72 GT & Sports Car Cup pre-'66 pre-'63 GTs and sportscars among other classes still to be announced.
Irish low-cost airline Ryanair recently celebrated the second anniversary of its Algarve hub at Faro Airport with a press conference, a flash mob and the launch of new routes.
The celebrations were chased up days later with comments from the company’s second-in-command, who following a closed meeting in Lisbon last week made it clear that Beja Airport is of no interest to the airline; its sights are firmly set on the capital.
Portuguese resorts, cities and companies have received a total of 26 nominations for this year’s World Travel Awards, with the Europe Gala Ceremony being held at the brand new Conrad Algarve hotel in Quinta do Lago on 6 October, prior to its official opening.