– Two independent parallel runways, no slot constraints (IATA level 2 schedules coordinated) and 24 hour operation (no night flight ban) make Budapest Airport an efficient and reliable airport to operate to. Terminal 2 has recently benefited from significantly increased capacity with the opening of SkyCourt. Good for business
– From automotive, electronics and pharmaceutical industry to shared service centres, Hungary gives home to numerous international corporations leading to an increasing demand in air travel. BUD is a preferred location for MICE tourism, offering easy access, a wide choice of reasonable priced hotels in all categories and a vast variety of leisure activities.Tourism Magnet
– Being dubbed as the “Paris of the East”, Budapest has much to offer for lovers of culture, art, classical and modern music, architecture, and history. Visitors can also enjoy the hundreds of therapeutic mineral springs, which make Budapest a mecca for wellbeing and spa tourism, attracting millions of visitors each year.
It’s city centre is famous for its bustling night life and reknown cuisine. Sports events such as the Hungarian Grand Prix draw crowds in the summer time along with the various open air music and arts festivals.
Balaton, central Europe's largest fresh water lake is a mere 1 hour drive from Budapest Airport, surrounded by picturesque wine regions and healing natural hot springs, such as Héviz.Cooperation with Tourism Authority
– Since 2010, we work with the national tourism office
with the objective to attract new air services to Budapest. Airlines considering new routes or significant frequency increases can expect joint marketing campaigns aimed at increasing inbound tourism to Hungary. Incentives and Support
– Attractive Incentives are supporting airlines for up to five years when launching new routes or increasing frequencies. A dedicated airline marketing team helps to promote flights using a wide range of tools at no cost to airlines. See the incentives section for more.