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Ryanair and Wizz Air have continued to actively enhance Budapest’s route map, reinstating another 22 routes with popular destinations such as Berlin, Nice, Pisa, and Prague returning.

Last week saw Budapest Airport re-establish more than 25 routes, and witness the return of another five carriers, as the Hungarian gateway welcomes the recovery of travel and air traffic. Boosting Budapest’s links to further major European cities, Aegean Airlines, airBaltic, Brussels Airlines, easyJet, and Luxair, have all returned to the airport’s runway.

Furthermore, as demand maintains growth, Ryanair and Wizz Air have continued to actively enhance Budapest’s route map, reinstating another 22 routes with popular destinations such as Berlin, Nice, Pisa, and Prague returning.

Budapest’s latest launches:

Airline

Destination

Frequency

Increase (by August)

Aegean Airlines

Athens

Twice-weekly

Six-times weekly

airBaltic

Riga

Twice-weekly

 

Brussels Airlines

Brussels

Four-times weekly

Six-times weekly

easyJet

Geneva

Twice-weekly

Three-times weekly

Luxair

Luxembourg

Twice-weekly

 

Ryanair

Billund

Twice-weekly

Three-times weekly

Ryanair

Bordeaux

Twice-weekly

 

Ryanair

Gothenburg

Twice-weekly

Three-times weekly

Ryanair

Pisa

Twice-weekly

 

Ryanair

Prague

Four-times weekly

Daily

Ryanair

Thessaloniki

Twice-weekly

 

Wizz Air

Alghero

Twice-weekly

 

Wizz Air

Alicante

Weekly

Twice-weekly

Wizz Air

Athens

Twice-weekly

Three-times weekly

Wizz Air

Berlin

Twice-weekly

Five-times weekly

Wizz Air

Corfu

Twice-weekly

 

Wizz Air

Heraklion

Three-times weekly

 

Wizz Air

Ibiza

Weekly

 

Wizz Air

Kutaisi

Weekly

Twice-weekly

Wizz Air

Mykonos

Weekly

Twice-weekly

Wizz Air

Naples

Twice-weekly

Three-times weekly

Wizz Air

Nice

Twice-weekly

 

Wizz Air

Palma de Mallorca

Twice-weekly

Three-times weekly

Wizz Air

Reykjavik

Weekly

Twice-weekly

Wizz Air

Rhodes

Twice-weekly

 

Wizz Air

Santorini

Twice-weekly

 

Wizz Air

Thessaloniki

Weekly

Twice-weekly

“The progression of vaccinations, together with the introduction of the EU Digital COVID Certificate, is making our customers eager to travel again and we’re seeing positive results in the revitalisation of travel,” explains Balázs Bogáts, Head of Airline Development, Budapest Airport. “Airports are the symbol of progression, we hold a position that allows us to provide a function and service to move forward, fast: ▶▶. Flying gives us the ability to realise our goals, quickly, and here at Budapest Airport we work hard to keep moving forward, together, with our passengers and partners alike.”

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