Polish airline called LOT introduces new direct flights between Budapest and London. The so-called London City flights will come and go six times a week. Hungarian airline Wizz Air also announced a new line between Castellon, Spain and Budapest.
LOT Polish airline introduces new direct flights between Budapest and London six days a week. There will be 12 flights per day both in the morning and in the evening between Budapest Airport and London City Airport, Forbes reports.
These flights will be called London City, and the Polish airline aims to attend to those businessmen and businesswomen who need to leave early in the morning and come right back in the evening. Passengers get off the plane, and they find themselves immediately in the middle of the business centre of London.
Passengers can spare the time it would normally take to commute to the centre. The London City flights will take approximately 2 hours and 13 minutes with the Embraer ERJ-190 planes.
The Polish airline recently introduced two other flights from Budapest to Brussels and Bucharest.
London is one of the most popular destinations from Budapest. There is an incredibly high number of passengers who regularly travel between the two capitals. It is no wonder that six different airlines already have direct flights to Budapest from five different airports: Heathrow, Luton, Stansted, Gatwick and London-Southend. Luckily, there is a seventh airline joining the circle, making the lives of many passengers a whole lot easier.
Hungarian airline Wizz Air is also introducing a new flight between Castellón de la Plana, Spain and Budapest. These flights will take Wednesdays and Sundays off, Napi.hu reports.
Wizz Air had an 18%-increase in their passenger traffic last year, as the Hungarian airline served more than 5 million passengers travelling to and from Hungary in 2018, which exceeds the passenger transport of any other airline concerning Hungary.
Altogether 34 million people travelled with Wizz Air last year. Wizz Air is the biggest discount airline of Central Eastern Europe, offering over 600 lines and 145 destinations in 44 countries.
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Source: www.forbes.hu; www.napi.hu