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Budapest Airport

  • Country/Region: Flag of Hungary Hungary
  • Telephone: +36 1 296 6634
  • Website: www.bud.hu
  • PAX: 16,173,489
  • IATA: BUD
  • ICAO: LHBP

News

Budapest Airport Returns To Majority State Ownership In Multi-Billion Deal

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The Hungarian state and Vinci Airports have agreed a deal to buy Budapest Airport.

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Budapest Airport Named Overall Winner At Routes Europe 2024 Awards

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Budapest Airport has been crowned the Overall Winner at the Routes Europe 2024 Awards, as well as triumphing in the 5-20 Million Passengers category.

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Budapest Buoyed By China Growth, Targets North America Return

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Budapest Airport’s Máté Ritter, head of airline development, sees strong potential for further growth in the Chinese market.

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What’s On The Horizon For: Budapest Airport

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Balázs Bogáts, Chief Commercial Officer of Budapest Airport, speaks to Routes about the Hungarian gateway’s latest air service successes.

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Interview: Budapest Airport CEO Kam Jandu

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Budapest Airport CEO Kam Jandu, who was appointed to the role three months ago, discusses his priorities for the Hungarian airport's future.

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Shortlists announced for the Routes World Awards

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Over 1,500 votes have resulted in thirty organisations and ten individuals being recognised in this year’s edition of the Routes World Awards. In...

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New Budapest Airport CEO Kam Jandu Unveils Ambitions

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Budapest International Airport's new CEO Kam Jandu reveals his priorities for the Hungarian airport's future in an exclusive interview.

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50 New Routes Starting In January 2023

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Routes selects 50 new air services set to start around the world in January, looking at the planned frequency, start date and aircraft to be used.

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Air China Increases European Service

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The carrier is adding a new route to Italy and has restarted flights to Hungary.

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50 New Routes Starting In October 2022

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Routes selects 50 new air services set to start around the world in October, looking at the planned frequency, start date and aircraft to be used.

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