Budapest Airport is one of the most popular travel hubs in Central Europe since many tourists come to the Hungarian capital, even during the winter. Of course, Hungary can offer a lot to foreigners even when the temperatures are around 0 °C, from its historic baths to the excellent cafés and pubs of the downtown. Thus, it is not surprising that new flights will connect Budapest with the rest of Europe, and even an airline will return to the Liszt Ferenc International Airport.
The newly-founded Hungarian regional airline, Aeroexpress, will restart its flights between Budapest and Cluj Napoca (Kolozsvár in Transylvania, Romania) between 16 December and 15 February. The planes will depart on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The operator of these will be the Hungarian-owned BASe Airlines, a co-owner of Aeroexpress.
Furthermore, according to plans, flights between Budapest and Debrecen, Budapest and Targu Mures (Marosvásárhely, Transylvania, Romania) will restart next spring. Moreover, they plan to launch flights to other cities in the Carpathian Basin and establish a regional travel network in the Carpathian Basin and Central Europe. Therefore, they are in talks with the operators of the big Hungarian and Transylvanian airports.
From 13 March next year, Air Serbia will again operate flights between Budapest and Belgrade, up to three times a day. The total number of plane pairs commuting between the two capital will be 17 per week, airportal.hu said. The carrier offers connections to nearly 100 cities from Belgrade, making Spain, Greece, Italy, Cyprus and even America easily accessible. You can book tickets on Air Serbia’s website HERE.
Air Serbia launched its first flight to the USA in 2015 between Belgrade and New York-JFK. From 17 May, it offers flights to Chicago’s O’Hare airport. Uniquely in Europe, the airline travels to Tianjin, China, airportal.hu wrote.
Budapest Airport has introduced numerous family-friendly services for parents with young children and the youngest passengers, whereby it has earned the certification. These developments include six nursing rooms, two kids’ play areas, four stroller storage units, 12 free strollers, and 13 water fountains available at the airport.
The airport operator is constantly monitoring passengers’ needs and expanding its services accordingly, to make the journey even more convenient and enjoyable, for young and old alike, Budapest Airport wrote on their Facebook page.
Source: airportal.hu, Budapest Airport Facebook