“Our customers can travel to the heart of the Turkish Riviera again with SunExpress,” enthuses Balázs Bogáts, Head of Airline Development, Budapest Airport as the relaunch of the carriers twice-weekly service to Antalya.
Wizz Air continues to add to its resumption list at Budapest Airport as the weekend saw Barcelona, Bari, Catania, Gothenburg, Lisbon, Malta, and Podgorica return to the Hungarian gateway’s route map.
Budapest Airport has welcomed the return of more significant links with Ryanair, with the ultra-low-cost-carrier (ULCC) relaunching flights to 16 destinations.
A new destination for both airport and airline, Budapest Airport announces Wizz Air’s twiceweekly link to the Greek island of Kos, launching 16 July 2021.
Budapest Airport’s Head of Airline Development, Balázs Bogáts (right) and András Radó, Spokesperson / Senior Manager Corporate Communication, Wizz Air (left), mark the return of four further city links as Wizz Air relaunches services to Basel, Malmo, Milan, and Rome.
Budapest Airport welcomes the latest link to return to its route network as TAROM resumes its three-times weekly service to Bucharest.
Summer of revival at Budapest Airport as Hungary’s capital welcomes the return of Ryanair’s connections to Barcelona, Berlin, Brussels, and the Canary Islands.
Kam Jandu is stepping down from his position as the CCO at Budapest Airport by mutual agreement. Jandu leaves the airport operator after 11 years on 15 December 2020.
Milan Bergamo Airport recently unveiled its new extra-Schengen arrivals area, just one part of a €435 million investment to increase the whole terminal to a total of 70,000sqm.
Milan Bergamo continues to invest in the future, ensuring its products and capacity allow passengers to travel safely and efficiently. The new extension to the west – due for completion next August – will contain the new Schengen departures and arrivals areas.
Milan Bergamo Airport adds numerous new routes to its growing network including Blue Panorama’s twice-weekly service to Dakar – the Italian airport’s first destination in West Africa. Credit: Oriospotter.
Budapest Airport celebrates the arrival of its latest new airline partner, Luxair. The flag carrier launched a twice-weekly service between Luxembourg and Hungary’s capital city today.