The Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport in Porto (OPO), also known as Porto Airport or Pedras Rubras Airport, is located approximately 12 kilometers north from the center of the city of Porto ( Portugal ). The airport is located mainly in Moreira, the municipality of Maia. It is the largest airport in size and traffic northwestern Peninsular and the second busiest in Portugal after Lisbon Airport.
Its name is due to the Portuguese politician Francisco de Sá Carneiro , who died in a plane crash when he was heading to this same airport.
The airport is a base for easyJet, Ryanair, TAP Air Portugal and its subsidiary TAP Express. In 2019 the airport had a traffic of over 12 million passengers.
The airport is served by Line E of the Porto Metro. The station has three platforms and the trains leave the arrival platform and reverse into one of the departure platforms. Sá Carneiro airport is accessible via the A41 and A28 motorways, but also the EN13 highway (using the EN107 accessway). These roadways lead to drop-off and pick-up areas and short and long-stay car parks. It can also be reached by the A4 motorway through the VRI accessway.
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