To the delight of passengers, Austrian Airlines will resume flights from Vienna to Budapest from March, similarly to Lufthansa’s Munich-Budapest flights, and from April, it will also expand the number of flights on the Frankfurt-Budapest route.
Airportal writes that Austrian Airlines is planning 11 flights a week for the summer schedule between Vienna and Budapest. The main function of these, as before the epidemic, will be the transferring to the airline’s other flights.
Lufthansa plans to restart its route between Munich and Budapest from March 25.
For the time being, Lufthansa will fly between the two cities once a day.
According to the available data, Lufthansa plans to return to Debrecen somewhat later, around the last days of May.
Moreover, the airline will increase the number of flights between Frankfurt and Budapest from April.
Brussels Airlines, part of the Lufthansa Group, plans to resume flights to Budapest from Brussels from March 28 with four flights a week, while Swiss returns with three flights a week from Zurich.
Airlines are constantly updating their summer schedules, but the date of restart and the number of scheduled weekly flights may change at any time, depending on the epidemic, demand, and travel restrictions in each country, or even last-minute cancellations.