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Cheap flights to Azores Islands, Portugal

Cheap flights to Azores Islands

Cheapest price $459 From New York to Lajes

When is the best time to fly to Azores Islands?

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Price
$589 - $1292
Temperature
62.6 - 78.8 °F
Rainfall
2.01 - 7.28 inches
The best time to fly to Azores Islands is during November, but great deals can be found at other times. August sees the temperatures in Azores Islands peak to their warmest. December tends, on average, to see the most amount of rainfall.

Which day is cheapest to fly to Azores Islands?

The cheapest day to fly to Azores Islands is usually Sunday. At the moment, Saturday is the most expensive.

What time of day is cheapest to fly?

Flights at noon are typically the cheapest time of the day to fly to Azores Islands. Flights in the morning are usually the most expensive.

How long is the flight to Azores, Portugal?

Flights to the Azores islands of Santa Maria, Sao Miguel and Terceira in Portugal from the United States range anywhere from 4h and 40m to 9h and 30m, depending on the U.S. departure city and arrival island. For examples, flights out of New York City, New York, and Boston, Massachusetts are shorter than flights out of Oakland, California.

Where can you get direct flights from the United States to the Azores?

The only two airlines to fly direct with no stops from the United States to the Azores islands are Azores Airlines and Delta Airlines. You may fly direct by departing from Boston (Boston Logan International Airport), Oakland (Oakland International Airport) or New York City (John F. Kennedy International Airport).

Because the Azores is an archipelago, visitors may enter the region through one of the three international airports on Santa Maria Island, Sao Miguel Island, and Terceira Island.

How do you get from the Azores airport to the city center?

From any of the three island’s airports, visitors can take a taxi or minibus into each island’s centers. Although a taxi is more expensive, it often requires less waiting time and is overall faster. A minibus, however, is a budget-friendly transit option, and tickets can be purchased at the airport.

What are some things to do in the Azores?

The Azores is an archipelago owned by and off the west coast of Portugal that’s known for its islands colored by breathtaking landscapes, charming fishing villages, blue hydrangeas, and cloud-surpassing mountaintops.

For avid hikers who are looking to cross another peak off of their bucket lists, Mt. Pico is a coveted mountain to climb. Mt. Pico is Portugal’s tallest mountain and it measures up at 7713 feet. Visitors can do this hike with a guide or on their own. Looking to hike, but maybe not quite ready for the country’s tallest mountain? Other loved hikes in the Azores are Baias da Agualva, Salto do Progo, and Trilha de Misterios Negros.

The Azores offers other outdoor activity opportunities — the landscape offers more than must-see hiking trails. Visitors can take a dip in the super-blue waters at the Mantamaria Dive Center or the Azores Sub Dive Center. Adventurers can also experience the Rope Adventures, the Azores Whale Watching Tour, Pure Azores Tours and much more.

The Azores has many food and drink options to offer. Because its an archipelago, Azores offers super-fresh, delectable seafood at many restaurants. Visitors love dining and trying seafood dishes at Restaurante Gastronomo, Borda d’Agua, Bar Caloura, Alabote, Restaurante O Pescador and 4 Platanos. For fine dining, visitors have raved about Paladaras da Quinta, A Terra Fornaria, A Terra Azor, Xitaka, Mesa d’Oito, and Restaurante Mariserra. For moderately priced eats, there’s Otaka, Atmosfera and Reserva Bar. And for cheap but always delicious eats, there’s Sabores, Treze, Suplexio, and Birou Bar.

Do I need a passport or visa to fly to the Azores?

Yes, travelers flying from the United States to the Azores need a valid U.S. passport, as if they were visiting Portugal or any other region of Western Europe. Visitors are expected to have enough blank pages in their passport to accommodate multiple Azores stamps, as well as proof of a return ticket.

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