China Eastern Airlines will relaunch its Budapest-Shanghai service on November 11, the Hungarian foreign minister said on Saturday. Furthermore, Wizz Air will fly to Madeira, Portugal from 30 October. Below you may read the details.
Péter Szijjártó said on Facebook that on November 18, a new service will be started to Chongqing, one of the centres of China’s car industry and information technology sector. One of the fastest-growing regions of the Far East will become directly accessible from Budapest from next month, he said. Next to Beijing and Shanghai, the third Chinese city will have a direct air link with Hungary, Szijjártó added.
The pandemic has had a drastic effect on air links, especially with China, but efforts are being made to rebuild them, he said. Direct airline services are vitally important for economic relations because both businesspeople and tourists give preference to destinations accessible without any transfer, he added. The competition for Chinese tourists is huge between central European cities because they are among the highest-spending guests who greatly contribute to economic growth, said Szijjártó.
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The Hungarian ultra-low-cost airline, Wizz Air, will fly to Madeira from 30 October, turizmus.com wrote. The flight will operate two times a week from the Ferenc Liszt International Airport, Budapest. Madeira, often referred to as the island of “eternal spring” and Budapest will be connected on Thursdays and Sundays. That is because the weather on the island is springish all year.
The cheapest ticket to Madeira will cost HUF 33,590 (EUR 81.5).
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Source: turizmus.com, MTI
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