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VIP Lounge

If you want a private space to relax before your flight, visiting a VIP lounge is the perfect place. Porto airport can get busy at times, and escaping the crowds and the noise of the terminal is crucial to start your journey in the right manner.

This airport has one VIP lounge called the ANA Lounge, and it is accessible to all passengers. The airport operator, ANA, runs this lounge, hence the name of this lounge. There is also a lounge called the CIP Lounge, but this lounge is specifically for business meetings and appointments, so it is not accessible for most passengers.

The ANA Lounge has a very cosy environment, with comfortable sofas. It has a privileged view of the runway with panoramic views and a balcony area with chairs and tables.


The ANA Lounge covers 400m2 in size and it offers a wide variety of facilities. There are drinks and snacks available, including tea and coffee, alcoholic beverages, sandwiches, savoury snacks, fruit and yoghurts. Free Wi-Fi is available (3Mbps download speed) as well as charging points, and if you are looking to work, there are desks and desktop computers with internet access.

Anyone who is looking to relax can watch one of the cable TV's, or visit the press section where you will find the latest newspaper and magazine in various languages.

Below is a full list of the facilities available.

  • Alcoholic & non-alcoholic beverages
  • Air Conditioning
  • Cable TVs
  • Disabled Access
  • Electronic device charging areas
  • Flight monitors
  • Internet terminals
  • Newspapers & magazines
  • Premium food
  • Printers & Copiers
  • Snacks
  • Telephone and fax facilities
  • Wi-Fi
  • Workspaces

Access Conditions & Prices

This lounge is open to all passengers. Some passengers may be entitled to free entry by their airliner or a privilege card, and all other passengers will need to pay a fee to enter. Passengers who hold one of the following privilege cards have free entry:

All business class and first class passengers flying on the following airlines also have free entry:

  • Air Europa
  • Brussels Airlines
  • Ibéria / Airnostrum
  • Lufthansa
  • Luxair
  • SATA Internacional
  • Swissair
  • TAAG
  • TAP Portugal
  • Turkish Airlines

Some passengers who have an economy ticket and are a member of a frequent flying program with these airliners may also be entitled to free entry. It is advisable to check with your airliner to see if this applies. One noticeable absentee from this list is British Airways. At the time of writing, all BA passengers will need to pay to enter this lounge unless they hold a privilege card.

Passengers who are not entitled to free entry can pay on the door or buy a ticket online. The ticket prices are as follows:

Ticket Type
Purchased Online
Purchased On Arrival
Adults (aged 16 and over)
Children from 1 to 16 years
Children from 0 to 1 years

You can buy tickets online at

Passengers are entitled to a maximum of 3 hours in this lounge. This period may be extended if your flight is delayed, but check with the receptionist for more information.

Useful Information

  • Location: Level 3, close to Departure Gate 32
  • Opening hours: From 05:00 to 23:00, 7 days a week.