Madeira Airport Departures (FNC)
|Lisbon (LIS)||TAP Air Portugal||TP1692 expand_more(5)||06:00||Scheduled|
|Lisbon (LIS)||Azores Airlines||S48012||06:00||Scheduled|
|Lisbon (LIS)||Azul Linhas Aereas||AD7179||06:00||Scheduled|
|Lisbon (LIS)||Turkish Airlines||TK8125||06:00||Scheduled|
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|Porto Santo (PXO)||Azores Airlines||S47936||06:30||Scheduled|
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Flight Departures at Madeira Airport
Madeira International Airport is only a short drive from Santa Cruz via the ER239 route, and within 13.2 km/8.2 miles of the island's capital, Funchal. Passengers have access to flights to mainland Portugal, for example to Porto and Lisbon, and to other European destinations like Basel and Brussels, Bristol and Edinburgh, Hamburg and Munich, Paris and Stockholm.
Passengers should be at the airport at least 90 minutes before their flight departure time, if their destination is within the Schengen area. For non-Schengen flights within Europe, passengers should be at Madeira International Airport at least 120 minutes before their flights leave. Travelers for countries further afield must be at the airport at least 180 minutes prior to departure time.
Check-in is made easy. Travelers can either check in via the ANA App, which they can download onto their Smartphones via AppleShop and Google Play, or they can check-in at least 48 hours in advance online via their airline's websites. Passengers for the USA and Switzerland, however, can only check-in 24 hours in advance. There are also self-check-in stations at the terminal.
Luggage can be checked in at the drop-off counter in the terminal and check-in baggage stands, after which passengers should proceed to the security area. Passing through security means finally getting to the duty free shopping area!
Madeira International Airport offers passengers a wide choice of gifts and handicrafts, watches and jewelry, spirits and tobacco, kids toys, electronics, perfumes and cosmetics, international and Portuguese gourmet foods, chocolates and sweets in the terminal's outlets.
Travelers looking for refreshments will find eateries and coffee shops like Buondi Cafe, Starbucks, Pizza Hut, Cockpit, Gelati & Chef, Go To Cafe, and Sausade Madeira in the terminal.
Before catching their flight, passengers can relax in a spacious CIP Lounge.
Getting to Madeira International Airport
Car rental companies like Avis and Budget, Europcar, Goldcar, Guerin, Hertz, Madeira Rent, Rodavante and Sixt have service desks at the airport, so it's easy to arrange for returns of vehicles at the airport.
However, there are also shuttle services between West Funchal, Central Funchal and the airport, and a regular airport bus also serves these locations and the airport.
A local taxi company, the yellow Mercedes Benz taxis one sees on the island, also take passengers from their hotels in West, East or Central Funchal, Santa Cruz, Machico or Cãmara de Lobos to Madeira International Airport. A minimum fee of 4.00 euros applies to all destinations, and if you travel between the hours of 9.00 pm and 6.00 am, a 20% surcharge applies also (please see www.aitram.pt for further information on taxis on Madeira or telephone +351 291 765 760 for more information).
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