Articles Tagged ‘BUD’
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.
Check out network planning news as it happens on our Instagram daily digests! In this week’s new airline routes launched, LOT adds Beijing Daxing and Budapest Airport wins cake of the week for Ryanair’s new Kharkiv route.
Ryanair launches twice weekly Kharkiv flights from Budapest Airport; 31% inbound visitor growth to Budapest from Ukraine.
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.
Just six months after its inaugural service with Shanghai Airlines took off, Budapest Airport celebrates the addition of two further Chinese destinations on its route map. Following exceptional success at the Hungarian gateway, the subsidiary of China Eastern Airlines now operates daily to Shanghai with twice-weekly links to include services via Chengdu and Xian.
Breaking all monthly records in passenger numbers throughout 2019, Budapest Airport has once again achieved a record year of solid growth. With just one month not surpassing the one million passenger mark, the Hungarian gateway handled 16.2 million passengers. At an 8.8% increase when compared to 2018 passenger traffic, Budapest Airport continues to be one […]
Budapest Airport continued the seasonal celebrations today as its 16-millionth passenger walked through its doors, marking the highest-ever number of passengers served in the airport’s history. Driven by the dynamic expansion of its route network and airline partners, the Hungarian gateway effortlessly reached another passenger traffic milestone, witnessing a solid 9% year-on-year traffic growth.
80 unserved routes within Europe have 2.3m passengers. Hamburg – Toulouse #1. Larnaca – Paris, Gothenburg – Lisbon, Birmingham – Oslo in the 80.
Ryanair starts numerous routes in W19, with highlights including flights from Malta to Paphos, Santiago de Compostela and Trieste.
Summer saw Budapest Airport stage its fourth international Trinity campaign, introducing the arrival of M&M’s’ latest limited edition, M&M’s Salted Caramel. The Hungarian gateway joined forces with its retail partners to unveil the new flavour of the famous M&M’s brand, giving passengers passing through the terminal a new taste experience.
Budapest Airport lines up its 12th new service for next summer, announcing Wizz Air’s latest addition to its fast-growing Ukraine network. Confirming the airport’s first link to Zaporizhia, this new destination further boosts Budapest’s quickly expanding network to Ukraine. And it further strengthens Hungary’s presence to the six busiest gateways of the Eastern European country.