Its 30,000-seat stadium Estádio Algarve, shared by the cities of Faro and Loulé, was one of the venues of the Euro 2004 football championship.
Faro International Airport (IATA: FAO, ICAO: LPFR) (also known as Algarve Airport) is located 4 km (2.5 mi) to the west of Faro, Portugal. The airport opened in July 1965. A total of 5.6 million passengers used Faro airport in 2011. The airport gets very busy during the summer months, namely from March to October, to the extent that the airport becomes a slot coordinated airport. Faro Airport is capable of handling six million passengers a year.
Faro is our stopover to enjoy plenty of sun and sand before our journey continues south towards Gibraltar.
|Flight Information||LPPT to LPFR (IFR)|
|Cruising altitude||FL090, 9000 ft. (2743.2m)
|Date & Time||July 3, 2015 09:30 Zulu|
|Waypoints & Distance||
LPPT MONUR TROIA ODEMI LPFR
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