With this reinforcement, the company increases its fleet in Portugal to a total of 15 aircraft based (five in Lisbon, six in Porto and four in Faro) and jobs to more than 520 people, of which 214 are based in Porto, said the director general of easyJet for Portugal, José Lopes, at a press conference.

In addition to the 15 aircraft based in the country, the low-cost airline also has an additional capacity of 16 aircraft not based in Portugal (five in Lisbon, four in Porto, six in Faro and one in Funchal).