A flight to Budapest is nowadays quite cheap due to the fact that low cost airlines discovered Hungary as an attractive destination. The history, the beauty of the city, the nightlife, cheap beer prices and much more made Budapest one of the most attracting destinations in Central Eastern Europe for young and old travellers from all over the world. No matter if for sightseeing, recreation in one of Budapests baths or for a Stag Weekend Budapest is worth a trip. So here is some information you need to know for your flight to Budapest.
Airlines flying to Budapest
There are 2 Hungarian airlines who have their hub in Budapest, Malév is the national Hungarian airline and the incumbent on flights to Budapest. But also Wizzair, a newly founded, young company already covers a wide range of destinations all over Europe and carries millions of passengers each year. Of course most of the big airlines in Europe like Lufthansa, British Airways or Air France fly to Budapest already but there are tons of smaller airlines having Budapest as a destination especially the cheap airlines offer very good rates to fly to and from Budapest all over Europe. check out all airlines flying to Budapest and where they are flying to.
Airports from which you can fly to Budapest
From Western Europe it takes between 1 and 3 hours to fly to Budapest depending on where you take off, In Munich you are within 1 hour, Barcelona takes approximately 3 hours. Oversee flights and flights to Asia are very rare directly to Budapest so you will have a stop in Frankfurt, London or Amsterdam. Next to these large airports you can fly to a list of other airports in Europe such as Paris, Madrid, Rome, Athens, Brussels and many more. For a full list of airports you can fly to check the cheap flight to Budapest page where all airports are listed including the airline flying to.
The Budapest Airport
The Budapest Airport, called
Ferihegy Liszt Ferenc Airport, has 2 Terminals which are few kilometers away from each other. On Ferihegy 1 all cheap airlines such as Germanwings, EasyJet or Wizzair are landing and departing. Liszt Ferenc Terminal 2 (a and b) is for big, national airlines only such as Malév, Lufthansa or British Airways. The Budapest airport is around 20 kilometers outside the city center and is reachable by taxi (around 25€), airport minibus and public transport.
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