A new air-conditioned tram has opened at the airport in Porto Alegre, Portugal, and the city’s tram network is seeing its biggest jump in a decade.
The new tram line, which starts at Porto Amalfi in southern Portugal, has been designed to make the airport a more inviting and safe destination.
The tram will run between the Porto Airports main terminal and the International Terminal.
The company, known as Aerolink, said it would also be the first tram line in Europe to run on the day the new tram opens.
“We’re very excited and proud that this is the first tramp line that has been created for the airport,” said Maria de Vaca, director of the Aerolinks company.
“This tram line will have a unique and special attraction for the people who come to the airport.”
The tram is being constructed in the same way as the airport’s existing tram line.
The design of the tram is very simple, and is being built using an automated design and construction method.
The tram line has been installed in the new terminal and it will run from 9am to 4pm every day, during the week.
The number of passengers on board will be 100.
The first tram will operate in the morning and the last will run in the evening.
The city of Porto is currently working on the redevelopment of the airport, which includes an extension to the terminal and a new hotel, as well as a pedestrian bridge.