While more than 50,000 flights were flying above Europe every day one year ago, that number of flights has been lowered to almost 10% because of the coronavirus. But, there are still 5000 flights in the air daily, and some of them fly to and from Budapest.
Before you read on, do not forget that only Hungarians and people with a work permit in Hungary are allowed to enter the country. So, even though there is a flight to Budapest from your city, you will not actually be allowed to enter the country, unless you are a Hungarian citizen with a Hungarian passport, or if you have a residence permit/work permit in Hungary.
But, which are those flights and cities still connected with Budapest?
Based on information on the website of Budapest Airport, there are still daily flights connecting Budapest with the following cities:
- Minsk (Belavia Airlines)
- Stockholm (Wizz Air)
- Basel (Wizz Air)
- Eindhoven (Wizz Air)
- London (Wizz Air)
- Dortmund (Wizz Air)
- Barcelona (Wizz Air)
- Warsaw (LOT)
People who come to Hungary from abroad are to stay in a 14-day quarantine after arrival to Budapest and Hungary.
If you want more information about the coronavirus in Budapest, check this article. Would you rather see some pictures of empty tourist attractions in Budapest? Find all the information you need here at hungarybudapestguide.com.