Thanks to the EU immunity certificate, people who have had the coronavirus, possess a negative PCR or antigen test or have been vaccinated with a vaccine approved in the country of destination have been able to plan their travel in Europe more predictably from 1 July.
BUD writes that the digital COVID certificate makes travel to countries within the Schengen zone simple and seamless. The authenticity of the certificate can be verified with a QR code, which contains basic information and a digital stamp. For more information on the digital immunity certificate, please visit the European Commission’s website.
If you are planning a holiday in a country outside the Schengen zone, Hungarian citizens can do so by using the Hungarian immunity certificate and by fulfilling the entry requirements of the country in question. For up-to-date and reliable information on the entry requirements for each country, please consult the website of the Consular Service.
There was also a significant easing of the entry requirements to Hungary over the weekend. Pursuant to a government decree in force from 7 August, travelers who have a negative PCR test undertaken within 72 hours, including in EU, OECD, NATO countries, Russia, China, Bahrain and the UAE, may enter Hungary without quarantine. The new rules allow travel to Hungary from many countries, in compliance with these entry rules.
New escalator completed in Pier B, elevators renewed
The new escalator in Pier B was completed at the end of June. Construction started in April and the airport operator completed the works in just 3 months. The costs of design and construction amounted to 315 000 EUR in total.
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