The good news is that more and more airlines are announcing plans to resume flights to the Hungarian capital. From February, Jet2 will relaunch flights to Budapest from Manchester, Birmingham, and Leeds-Bradford airports.
Thanks to the easing of travel restrictions, several flights will be relaunched to the Hungarian capital in the upcoming months. According to the British low-cost airline, the easing of restrictions has led to a significant increase in demand for city break flights. As a result, the airline will resume flights from several of its bases to European capitals and other previously popular tourist destinations in February and early spring.
Budapest is among the first destinations to which three Jet2 flights will be relaunched soon.
The British airline will fly from Manchester to Budapest four times a week, on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Sundays, from 11 February. From Birmingham and Leeds (Bradford), there will be two flights a week to the Hungarian capital, on Mondays and Fridays, from 4th March, reported Hungarian news portal Airportal.
From April, Jet2 will also launch new services between Birmingham and Athens, Manchester and Athens, as well as Birmingham and Barcelona.
The good news is that more and more airlines have recently announced plans to resume flights to the Hungarian capital in the upcoming months. As we previously reported, Budapest-Seoul direct flights will resume three times a week from the end of March.
As Airportal reports,
Air Canada will operate three flights a week to Budapest from May 2022 until the end of the summer schedule.
“We are very proud that Air Canada is returning to the Budapest Airport portfolio with this much-loved and missed destination. We have worked tirelessly with the airline and the Hungarian Tourism Agency to make the relaunch a reality and to bring long-haul flights back to the airport,” said Balázs Bogáts, Head of Flight Development at Budapest Airport.
For the summer months, Ukraine International Airlines will resume flights between Kyiv and Budapest four times a week. From mid-June, Sun Express will operate scheduled flights between Izmir and the Hungarian capital, using the Turkish airline’s Boeing 737-800 aircraft once a week, on Saturdays. Moreover, the Scandinavian low-cost airline, Norwegian, which came back from bankruptcy last year, is opening a base at Stockholm’s main airport, with 54 flights from the Swedish capital to European destinations in the summer schedule, including Budapest as well, reported Airportal.