Articles Tagged ‘BUD’
Budapest Airport continues to expand its route network and connections to Asia. Air China has established the return of Chongqing to the Hungarian gateway’s route map. The service will operate weekly on Fridays, utilising the carrier’s 301-seat A330-300s on the 7,437-kilometre sector.
Budapest Airport has announced another momentous re-enhancement in its route network development, with the return of Shanghai Airlines, in partnership with China Eastern Airlines. Relaunching a direct link between Budapest and Shanghai on 11 November, the two cities will initially be connected weekly on Fridays.
Budapest Airport has welcomed the arrival of Wizz Air’s inaugural flight from Madeira. The ultra-low-cost carrier has added a twice-weekly service between Budapest and Funchal, connecting the capital cities for the first time using its A321s.
“Enormous grace, class and quality in all that she did” – a farewell to Budapest Airport’s Andi Trencsén
Many of you in the global route development community will have been devastated to learn of the sudden and far-too-premature loss of Andrea ‘Andi’ Trencsén, Head of Marketing, Budapest Airport, who passed away last week after a short illness.
The BUD Air Cargo Day 2022, with the theme of ‘Linking the cargo world’, took place in Budapest Airport’s Terminal 1 last week. anna.aero was in attendance and brings you this full report on a packed conference agenda and the BUD Cargo Awards 2021.
1,024 entrants lined up for the 10th Budapest Airport Runway Run on Saturday 3 September on the airport’s Runway 13L/31R. For the first time, the “Sunset Run” moved from its traditional hot midday sun slot to a cooler early evening mass start.
FRIDAY 19 AUGUST: registration closes for the 10th anniversary of the air transport industry charity race on Budapest Airport’s Runway 13R-31L on Saturday 3 September. Time is running out to enter the 10th Budapest Airport-anna.aero Runway Run – among several acclaimed companies, Airbus is returning to sponsor the jubilee run while Lufthansa Technik is partnering up […]
Kam Jandu returned as Budapest Airport’s Chief Commercial Officer on 1 July 2022. After five weeks back in the role, he tells anna.aero about Budapest’s “bouncebackability”, a new corporate strategy focused on sustainability, terminal development and smart growth, and plans for next month’s 10th Budapest Airport-anna.aero Runway Run.
Budapest Airport and anna.aero are immensely proud that Airbus has confirmed sponsorship for the air transport industry’s charity race on Saturday 3 September 2022 on Budapest Airport’s 13R-31L runway for the sixth time.
Budapest Airport continues its route network enhancement welcoming the return of its latest airline partner, Air China. The Chinese flag carrier will once again operate a weekly direct connection between Hungary’s capital city and Beijing, using 237-seat A330-200s on the 7,326-kilometre sector.
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the run, this year the event will be held at sunset allowing you to experience running in the glow of the Hungarian twilight, taking place at 17:30 on Saturday 3 September 2022 on Budapest Airport’s Runway 13R-31L.
‘The Race to Find the Fastest Airline in the Word’ returns to Budapest Airport’s Runway 13R-31L on 3 September 2022 for the 10th year. To mark the anniversary, this year’s run is scheduled to take place in the evening, meaning the 1,000+ runners will cross the finish line during the stunning Hungarian sunset.