Portugal: First direct flight from New York to Madeira

As Madeira authorities have confirmed, Madeira will receive its first direct flight from the United States on November 29th.

In addition, weekly flights from John F. Kennedy Airport in New York to Funchal, the capital of Madeira, will begin on November 29th. This will also help the tourism industry recover in the ongoing COVID 19 situation. Enjoyed this post? Never miss out on future posts by following us.



“There was a strategy at the beginning and this strategy until the end,” emphasized Nuno Vale, Managing Director of the Madeira Promotion Agency, in this context.


At the same time, Madeira’s regional secretary for Tourism and Culture, Eduardo Jesus, welcomed the new non-stop flights from New York to Madeira in November, stressing that such a decision would expand its presence. Madeira’s presence in the US market.

“With flight options accessible from various getaways in the United States, we look forward to welcoming more American travelers in the coming months to the paradise of Madeira,” Eduardo Jesus said of the issue. this topic.

Even in the midst of the pandemic, authorities in Madeira have welcomed a large number of tourists this year. In August, Madeira welcomed nearly 171,000 visitors, according to statistics provided by Visit Madeira.

In addition, Madeira received 49% more national arrivals than in 2019 figures.

Currently, international visitors wishing to enter Madeira will have to demonstrate that they have completed their vaccinations against the virus or present a negative coronavirus test result, not older than 48 hours, upon arrival.

Based on data provided by News Portugal, the Autonomous Region of Madeira recorded a total of 57 new cases of COVID19 on November 12, while the same source showed that it recorded a total of 13,210 infections. COVID19 and 76 deaths since the start of the pandemic. 4,444 Madeira authorities opened their doors to international visitors in July 2020, launching an innovative program to help attract international tourists while keeping the COVID19 situation under control.


In addition, Madeira became the first destination in Portugal to introduce a health certification program for accommodation facilities as well as other tourist facilities.

Such a program is needed to organize the best destinations in Europe, which ranked Madeira and Pronto Santo as the two safest islands in Europe, earlier this year.


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