Binter Airways inter-island concession contract between Madeira and Porto Santo has been further extended.
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A new route operated by Norwegian Air International landed at Cristiano Ronaldo Madeira International Airport today.
On the 6th of May, Europe Air Crew will host its Initial Cabin Crew Course.
Comet C/2022 E3 is crossing Earth's sky for the first time in 50,000 years. The last time it was seen was when the Iberian Peninsula was inhabited by Neanderthals
Following the forecast of bad weather, which will hit Madeira tomorrow, the 16th of January, the Madeira Airport management recommends that all passengers check their flight status before they leave for the airport. “Adverse weather conditions may condition airport operations – departures and arrivals. Confirm the status of your flight…
From midnight until mid-morning, wind speeds reached over 100 km/h across the region. More precisely 101 km/hour, in Chão do Areeiro.
The Regional Directorate of Statistics of Madeira (DREM) released today, based on information from ANA - Aeroportos de Portugal, the first data on air transport in the Autonomous Region of Madeira for the month of November 2023.
Multitempo by Job & Talent's Open Air Days are back and the next recruitment day at Madeira International Airport is scheduled for the 10th of January.
Tomorrow, December 31st, the Portuguese Air Force will take to the skies from north to south of the country, including the archipelagos, as part of their end-of-year celebrations. “Taking advantage of the last training flights of the year, this Sunday, two F-16M will fly across mainland Portugal, while a C-295M…
A passenger reportedly felt unwell and had a heart attack while flying between Tenerife and Glasgow, a Regional Civil Protection Service source confirmed today.
Porto Santo has, as of today, a new direct operation from Oslo, Norway. The new SAS connection is scheduled for Saturdays, with the airline using an Airbus A180neo which can carry 300 plus passengers.
Lisbon's Humberto Delgado Airport is the 4th worst in the world, according to the ranking of the passenger advocacy organisation AirHelp.
The Municipality of Santa Cruz has already issued Madeira International Airport eight years' worth of Municipal Property Tax (IMI) invoices.