Lisbon Airport recommend that you plan your trip to the airport, making sure you have enough time to arrive and begin check-in.
Don't forget to turn up at the Boarding Gate at the time indicated at Check-in. Always have your Boarding Pass and identification (ID card or Passport) in hand. It will save you time.
The norms of the Schengen Accord have done away with internal border control among the signatory states: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Romania and the United Kingdom
Several Airline companies have at your disposal Self Check-in counters. You'll see how easy it is using them. Save time using this option.
Electronic Check-in /or by telephone is recommended whenever possible. Contact your Airline or Travel Agency for that purpose.
Identify your flight and reservation with your Frequent Flyer Number (in case you have provided it when booking) or with the electronic ticket number.
For more information contact your Airline. _ After the check-in process, you can choose your most convenient seat.
Benefit from this new facility, by acquiring the electronic passport, the most actual individual travelling document, which incorporates your face image, your fingerprints and your signature.
Use the electronic passport at the specific Control Boxes, avoiding queues with this automatic system, which simplifies and speeds up the procedures in Passport Control..
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