Tourists have been blatantly ignoring keep-out signs on the Porto Moniz promenade, all because they want a photo of the sea.
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Today, the PSD Parliamentary Group praised the strategy that has been implemented in terms of Tourism in Porto Santo, highlighting in particular the work carried out to increase the frequency of air connections and routes to the island, believing that through this, Porto Santo will be able to become an 'all year round' destination.
The pre-selection report of the 12 Portuguese cities that competed for the European Capital of Culture 2027, excluded Funchal’s candidacy because it detected “significant deficiencies” in the project validated by the previous Executive, led by Miguel Silva Gouveia.
As part of the regular operational activity carried out by the PSP Madeira Regional Command with other regional entities, including the Funchal Police Division, and the Regional Authority for Economic Activities, a 63-year-old taxi driver, born in Angola and residing in Funchal, was arrested for tariff speculation.
Ireneu Barreto, representative of the Republic for the Autonomous Region of Madeira, received the Ambassador of the Czech Republic in Lisbon, Petr Selepa, who was accompanied by the Czech Honorary Consul, Pedro Mendes Gomes at the Palácio de São Lourenço today.
This Thursday, the 21st of April a handicraft fair will be held in the new events space of the Mercado dos Lavradores.
With a yellow alert for strong winds, the airport has already proved its vulnerability to the elements as three flights have already been diverted this morning - Binter, Transavia and TAP - .
The Cristiano Ronaldo International Airport, was yet again affected by strong winds today, as three flights were forced to divert due to strong winds.
A 20-year-old tourist was rescued on Avenida do Infante, at four am this morning.
Ryanair, the favourite airline of Portugal, has asked the CEO of TAP (subsidised by the State) to explain its astonishing (and clearly false) allegations that low-cost airlines in Lisbon "will harm the Portuguese economy."
Late this evening (15.03), ANA – Aeroportos de Portugal, announced that Madeira's International Airport was functioning normally, after two days of cancellations due to the bad weather, equating to more than 100 flights since Sunday.
Late this evening, the Porto Santo Line announced that their scheduled return from Porto Santo tomorrow will be brought forward to 12:30, due to worsening weather conditions at the port of Funchal tomorrow.
The PSD Parliamentary Group complained yesterday that the Madeiran economy is at the mercy of the Government of the Republic, as lack of funding for new equipment at the airport is creating an unstable platform from which Madeira has to operate from.
An article published in British magazine, 'House & Garden,' promotes Madeira as a destination that has reinvented itself over the last two decades, and an "ideal" post-confinement holiday destination.
While inaugurating a new petrol station in Porto Santo, the President of Madeira, Miguel Albuquerque, said that Porto Santo's economy was holding steady, after a successful summer where the island's population swelled to almost 33,000 people during August.