Budapest Airport is helping out all those going on vacation this holiday season. They collected the most important things in order for everyone to have smooth travel experience.
More and more people decide to spend their Christmas and New Year’s in warmer climates, and many others come home this time of year to spend time with their families. Based on predictions, about 50,000 people on average will go through Ferenc Liszt International Airport daily toward the end of the year, according to Blikk.
Because of the increase in traffic, the airport has asked passengers to arrive at the airport two to three hours before take-off. Passenger traffic will peak between 6 AM and 7 AM, and especially many people choose to travel on Mondays and Fridays.
During the holidays, December 23rd, December 27-28th, and December 30th seem to be the busiest days at the airport.
Because of the increased traffic, longer waiting times are expected at check-ins and passenger security screenings. For a quick screening, it is good to check out what is and what is not allowed to be brought onboard the plane.
Sparklers and fireworks can be brought on neither in carry-on bags nor in regular luggage. Aspic is not allowed on-board either, as it counts as a liquid, but one may opt for some cookies instead.
It is important to note that laptops and bigger electronic devices do not need to be taken out of the bags, this leads to the procedure being much quicker.
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