Faro: the airport problem nobody talks about | Opinion

Inaugurated in 1966, Faro International Airport presents itself today as a fundamental element for the predominant economic activity in the extreme southwest of the Iberian Peninsula, providing global accessibility to tourism in the Algarve Region, as well as that of a good part of the Province of Huelva, in territory of the Autonomous Community of Andalusia. Conceived to serve an annual traffic of 6 million passengers, the airport infrastructure in the Algarve recorded in 2019, the year that preceded the global pandemic crisis, the impressive figure of 9 million users, a level of traffic practically recovered three years later, surpassed the biennium of confinement.

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