Lisbon Airport Live Arrivals

Lisbon Airport Arrivals Information

Lisbon Airport has two terminals home to over 50 airlines. Terminal 1 is for international and domestic flights, whilst Terminal 2 hosts low-cost carriers. Keep in mind that all arrivals into T2 must transfer to the Arrivals Hall in T1. To find out more information about your flight, you can check our live Lisbon Airport Arrivals board. 

Lisbon Airport Arrivals Terminal 1

Location – Arrivals Hall for both T1 and T2 arrivals is located on the ground floor of T1.

Operating Airlines – Aegean, Aer Lingus, Air Algerie, AirArabia, airBaltic, Air Canada, Air Europa, Air France, airmalta, Air Moldova, Iberia, Air Serbia, Air Transat, American Airlines, Arkia, Azores Airlines, Azul Linhas Aéreas, Capital Airlines, Binter, British Airways, Brussels Airlines, Bulgaria Air, Croatia Airlines, Delta, easyJet, El Al, Emirates, Euro Atlantic Airways, Finnair, FlyOne, Israir, KLM, LAM, Lauda, Lufthansa, Luxair, Orbest, Play, Royal Air Maroc, STP Airways, Swiss, TAAG, Cabo Verde Airlines, LATAM Airlines, TAP Portugal, Tunisair, Turkish Airlines, United, and World Fly.

Lisbon Airport Arrivals Terminal 2

Operating Airlines – Eurowings, Norwegian, Ryanair, Transavia, Volotea, Vueling, and Wizz Air.

Arrivals at Lisbon Airport

There are two terminals at Lisbon Airport, however, there is just one Arrivals Hall. If you fly into Terminal 2, you’ll need to transfer to Terminal 1 to clear Lisbon Airport’s arrivals procedures. Not to worry though, there is a free 3-minute shuttle service running between T1 and T2 that operates frequently.

Upon arriving at T1 Arrivals, follow the signs to border control or baggage reclaim. If you’re arriving from a non-Schengen destination, you’ll need to show your passport and any necessary travel documents, such as a visa, at border control. There are biometric gates available for faster clearance, but you need to be over 18 and have a biometric passport from an eligible country. Domestic and Schengen passengers can skip ID checks and go straight to baggage reclaim. 

At baggage reclaim, you can check the monitors and proceed to the correct carousel to pick up your luggage. Next, walk through customs into Lisbon Airport’s Arrivals Hall. Just remember to brush up on customs regulations beforehand in case you have anything to declare.

Lisbon Airport Transport

Lisbon Airport is well connected to the city centre via the metro and public buses. Whilst there is no train station at the airport, there is a metro station in Terminal 1. From which you can take the red line, ‘Aeroporto – Saldanha’, to downtown Lisbon (Oriente Station) in just 20 minutes. Likewise, you can catch a bus to the centre and other destinations from the terminal forecourt. Ticket machines are located in the Arrivals Hall in Terminal 1. 

Alternatively, you can hire a car from the car rental booths in the Arrivals Hall or, you can take a taxi or private transfer straight to the door of your final destination.

What to do in Lisbon Airport Arrivals?

The Arrivals Hall in T1 provides travellers with everything they need for a smooth arrival into Lisbon including information kiosks, currency exchange and cash services, medical services, baggage services, car rental companies, public transportation options, and even a tourist office.

You’ll also find one or two convenience stores like Relay, and a few cafes such as McCafe and Just Arrived.

Lisbon Airport Arrivals Parking

There are a few car parks at Lisbon Airport, each offering rates per 15 minutes and per day. You can either book online on the airport’s official website or pay using the machines in the car park.

The Kiss & Fly zone is the best option for picking up arrivals at Lisbon Airport as it’s super close to the terminal exits and the first 10 minutes of parking is free of charge. You can also use the P1, P2, P3, and P6 car parks. They are located at varying distances from the terminals and offer different price ranges. 

*Check our Lisbon Airport Guide for more details on each car park.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does it take to get through Arrivals at Lisbon Airport?

It can take between 30 minutes and 1 hour to get through Lisbon Airport Arrivals. Mostly due to backed-up passport control queues. Plus, during peak season and school holidays, it can get even more crowded.

Is there an Arrivals Hall in Terminal 2 at Lisbon Airport?