Milan Bergamo recently opened a significant extension to its extra Schengen departure lounge, quadrupling capacity.
13 – lucky for some! Celebrating LOT Polish Airlines’ continued commitment, Budapest Airport welcomed the flag carrier’s 12th and 13th routes as the airline began weekly services to Dubrovnik and Varna.
Celebrating Wizz Air’s inaugural flight to Abu Dhabi, Balázs Bogáts, Head of Airline Development, Budapest Airport (third right) explains: “We are confident now is the right time to celebrate new routes…a much-need boost to tourism.”
Remaining focused on offering a wide variety of destinations, Budapest Airport announces the addition of Wizz Air’s twice-weekly service to Mykonos from 7 August 2020.
As connectivity begins to resume in Europe, Budapest Airport announces Wizz Air will launch twice-weekly services to Menorca and Santorini next month, two first-time links from the Hungary gateway.
Pete Downes starts as Managing Director of Cornwall Airport Newquay on Monday 4 May 2020.
In a major development, Cornwall Airport Newquay (CAN) has announced the continuation of its London Heathrow connection. Significantly it has secured the arrival of British Airways to its carrier rollcall. Working hard to ensure the Airport maintains non-stop access to Europe’s busiest hub, CAN confirms the UK flag carrier will operate a five-times-weekly service to Heathrow in S20.
Budapest Airport and Kiwi.com – an online travel-tech company – have joined forces to create an initiative to transform transfer traffic through Hungary’s capital city gateway. The product – ‘bud:connects’ – will bring about smooth and efficient travel for transferring passengers.
Budapest Airport’s record growth continues as the Hungarian capital announces yet another new airline for summer 2020. Korean Air, the flag carrier of South Korea, will operate three-times-weekly from its Seoul Incheon hub to Budapest from 23 May to 17 October. Its arrival means that Central and Eastern Europe’s leading gateway will offer a daily summer service to Seoul, offering more choice and convenience than ever.
Budapest Airport marked the return of Hainan Airlines last week as Hungary’s gateway celebrated the launch of the Chinese carrier’s twice-weekly connection to Chongqing. Initially deploying its B789 fleet on the 7,458-kilometre sector last 27 December, the airline returns to the Hungarian market after an eight-year hiatus.
Budapest Airport has announced a new route to the Spanish city of Santander with its home-based carrier Wizz Air. Launching the 1,846-kilometre sector with the low-cost carrier (LCC) on 2 June, the twice-weekly service becomes the airline’s 70th destination served from the Hungarian gateway.
Budapest Airport kicked-off its route launches of 2020 by welcoming Ryanair’s 48th service last Friday. With the low-cost carrier’s (LCC) twice-weekly operation to Kharkiv, the Hungarian gateway now boasts 26 links per week to Ukraine throughout S20.