Budflyer shared some new information about increased future traffic between China and Hungary.
According to the Hungarian travel news Facebook page, more cargo flights will connect China and Hungary. The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) issued multiple additional permissions to launch scheduled cargo flights between the Asian superpower and the EU member state. The flights will come to Budapest. According to Budflyer, Air China Cargo, Sichuan Airlines, and YTO Cargo Airlines have submitted permission requests.
Air China Cargo will operate seven flights per week from Shenzhen and Hangzhou. Sichuan Airlines wants to fly from Chengdu to Budapest 5 times a week. Finally, YTO Cargo Airlines would like to do the same with five flights every week. The Air China Cargo B777F and the Sichuan Airlines cargo A330F type planes came to Budapest Airport several times in the last few months as case-by-case charter cargos. Budflyer did not write when the new cargo flights will start operation.