Budapest Airport introduces VIP service
We’ve got some good news for our wanderlust and traveller readers, as Budapest Airport has launched a VIP service, which – according to the airport’s website – will make travelling much more carefree and comfortable starting from the waiting room all the way to the luxury transfer.
Shortly after the opening of the first airport hotel in Budapest, Budapest Airport introduces a new, personalised VIP service at the 2A Terminal for those passengers who are looking for unique and exclusive meals or wish to spend the waiting time in a relaxed, luxury setting. Passengers who ask for the bud:VIP service, no matter if they’re travelling from or to Budapest, will enjoy several comfort services, ranging from a new, separate VIP lounge all the way to a prioritised luxury transfer from and to the aircraft.
To those who fly regularly or just wish to have some rest and personal attendance in-between flights, the setting where they have to wait before departure or after landing, always matters. Passengers looking for premium comfort may now choose from the various exclusive options that the Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport has to offer.
The bud:vip service consists of a personal hostess throughout the entire waiting time, much quicker check-in, a porter, and a private transfer between Budapest and the airport.
The base of the bud:VIP service is the new VIP lounge at the 2A Terminal, where high-quality food and drinks await business and other VIP passengers, who can even order from one of the airport restaurants. The lounge is equipped with the latest technological gadgets, Wi-Fi access and extremely comfortable furniture. This VIP lounge was introduced especially for those passengers for whom comfort is a priority even during an airport wait.
The CEO of the record-breaking Budapest Airport Jost Lammers said that the team at Budapest Airport aims to provide the best quality service to all passengers. This is why SkyCourt was built, and also why pier B is being built, as infrastructural developments contribute to a broader service range.
Lammers notes that the VIP service at the Budapest Airport is less expensive than the same services offered elsewhere in the European Union.
The VIP service can be pre-ordered via a phone call or on online and is available both for inbound and outbound passengers.
featured image: https://www.bud.hu