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Porto Airport Arrivals

The arrivals hall is located on the ground floor of the terminal building. If you are collecting someone from the airport it's recommended to park your car in the car park P0 or P1, and then make your way to the Meeting Point. The meeting point is located in front of the doors where an arriving passenger enters the terminal on the ground floor. If you would like more information on parking, you can visit our parking page here.

Passengers who are arriving at the airport will first have to pass security and collect their luggage before exiting. If you are coming from outside of Europe or a flight from a non-Schengen country, you first have to go through passport control, but this process is usually very quick at with minimal queue required. Passengers from a Schengen country can proceed directly to the baggage reclaim area.

Baggage Reclaim & Customs

In the terminal, there are only 4 baggage carousels. Each carousel has an overhead monitor which indicate the flight number of the baggage on each belt. You can proceed to the correct carousels and collect your luggage.

After you have collected your baggage, it is mandatory that all passengers pass through customs. A certain amount of money and value of goods are permitted by law and these good don't have to be declared, but you must declare anything to customs that exceed the amounts permitted by laws.

Passengers who don't have to declare anything are the following:

  • Passengers with no baggage, or with cash or monetary assets that are under €10,000 or equivalent in other currencies.
  • Passengers who carry goods for personal use and are not intended for commercial sale.

Passengers must declare items if:

  • They carry cash or have monetary assets equal to or above €10,000, or equivalent in other currencies.
  • They carry tradable goods in the quantities greater than what is permitted by law.

The most common limits allowed by law are 200 cigarettes or alcohol units if you are travelling from a non-EU country, or 800 cigarettes or alcohol units if you are travelling from an EU country.

If you don't declare items that must be declared, you can get a heavy fine or your goods/money confiscated.

Arrivals Hall & Shops

After you have passed customers you can make your way the arrivals hall. If you are meeting someone at the airport there is a meeting point in the arrivals hall.

There are a few shops in the arrivals hall which you might want to check out before you leave. The shops you will find include the following:

  • Costa Coffee – Open from 06:00 to 24:00
  • Cores Doces - Open from 08:00 to 20:00
  • Delta Café Central - Open from 07:00 to 01:00
  • La Pausa Restaurant - Open from 12:00 to 15:00
  • Relay - Open from 06:00 to 24:00
  • Super Bock Lounge - Open from 07:00 to 20:00
  • Xpress Market - Open from 00:00 to 24:00

Transport Connections

Continuing your journey from the airport is easy if you need to use public transport. There are ample taxis and buses located just outside of the terminal and they can take you to the city centre and nearby cities. There is also the Porto Metro that has 81 stations all over the city and a dedicated line to the airport.

To find out more information on travelling from the airport, you can look at the following pages: