Madeira Airport will carry out a full-scale emergency exercise during the early hours of the 8th of November, between 01:00 and 05:00.
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ANA – Aeroportos de Portugal has revised its 2024 tariff proposal for its national airports. It is now proposing an average increase of 14.55% in global terms, including adjustments to fees not charged in previous years, according to information on the manager's website.
Similar to what happened last weekend at Lisbon airport, the Foreigner and Border Service (SEF) strike created further misery at Madeira's International Airport.
It will not be during this term in government, nor is it even decided whether even the plan will move forward.
ANA Aeroportos de Portugal issued a statement earlier this evening saying that although the "improvement of the weather conditions has allowed the airport to function normally," they warn that conditions could worsen throughout the night.
Madeira's International Airport was affected by strong winds again today, with nine flights being diverted and four flight cancellations.
Early on this morning, reports were released that strong winds were conditioning the operationality of the airport and that at least three aircraft were circling waiting for an opportunity to land.
Operationality at Madeira International Airport has been severely conditioned today as nineteen flights - divided between arrivals and departures were either cancelled or diverted.
Madeira airport was buzzing this afternoon as actors, directors, producers, and camera operators were quickly ushered through the airport into waiting cars.
Again, as has been the case over the last week, strong winds affected the operationality of the Madeira International Airport Saturday morning.
Late this evening, airport authorities confirmed that strong winds are affecting the operationality of Madeira International Airport.
Successive cancellations and flight delays at Madeira Airport exhausted the patience of many passengers, many of whom had been waiting for hours for their return flight home.
A man was arrested by the Public Security Police (PSP) last week for publically urinating at a boarding gate at the Madeira International airport - Cristiano Ronaldo.
As recently reported, the Municipality of Santa Cruz wants to manage the water supply to the Madeira International Airport, and will proceed with a lawsuit to remove the competence of the current public supplier.