Since the bankruptcy of Malev other companies are getting more and more popular. We all know that RyanAir launched flights to 32 destinations from Budapest after Malev went down, and several other companies also launch new routes. Earlier today I read that WizzAir will launch two new routes from Debrecen to Milan and to Eindhoven […]
Ferihegy 1, not long ago renamed to Liszt Ferenc International Airport Terminal 1, will close down probably by the end of April. Since the Hungarian Airline Malév turned bankrupt in the start of February 2012 there has been lots of empty space on Terminal 2, and due to this all traffic currently running on Liszt Ferenc International Airport Terminal 1 will be moved over to Terminal 2 by the end of April 2012.
Not long ago Ryanair announced 31 new routes from Budapest, and now Wizz Air launch 10 new routes from Budapest. Wizz Air had originally announced a new flight to Bucharest, but in addition to this they now add nine more flights
As we wrote earlier this week Malev turned bankrupt, and all their flights have been cancelled. Who knows better than anyone to use such a situation for their own advantage than Ryanair
Have we arrived to the point were the Hungarian Airline Malev is turning history? They have been frequently in the media lately due to financial problems, and today they have cancelled all flights.
Since October 30th this year SkyWork has launched a direct flight between Budapest and Bern, which means it is even easier to get from Budapest to Switzerland, if that should be interesting. If you would like to use this offer in either direction, check out the Skywork webpage located at: http://www.flyskywork.com/
For expats stranded in Budapest or other people in the capital of Hungary it can be nice to know that two new destinations can now be reached from Budapest. Jet2 has recently started their direct flights from Budapest to Edinburgh and since April 26th American Airlines has started direct flights from Budapest to New York. […]
This is old news for some of you, but it is now decided that the new name of Budapest Ferihegy Airport will be: Budapest Liszt Ferenc Nemzetközi Repülőtér, or Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport. Not to big of a difference, except that it is no longer named by “Ferihegy”, the area on which it was […]
It might be that Budapest Ferihegy Airport will be renamed in the near future. The government want to rename the airport to Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport. A decision needs to be made in the case within quite shortly, so it might be that you will land on Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport next time […]
Riga is an upcoming city among tourists from all around the world, but so far it has been quite hard for citizens of Budapest and Hungary to get to the capital of Latvia. But, from May 2011 AirBaltic will launch direct flights between Budapest and Riga four times a week. The tickets are sold from […]