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Budapest Airport celebrates successful 2012 Roadshow

For the third consecutive year, Budapest Airport held its popular networking Roadshows, enabling travel agents from across Hungary to familiarise themselves with the airport’s processes, services and facilities. 

The 2012 Roadshow incorporated the four largest cities in Hungary:  Szeged; Miskolc; Pécs and Győr, inviting travel agencies, tour operators and airlines to meet each other and interact in a relaxed atmosphere.

Kam Jandu, Aviation Director for Budapest Airport said:  “We started the Roadshows in 2010 as part of our marketing support for our airline partners.  They have been extremely well received and have become something of a tradition for the airport.  This year the Roadshows attracted a record number of delegates from about 40 travel agencies throughout the four cities.  The feedback has been very positive with participants viewing the Roadshows as a valuable business tool.  We’re already planning our activities for 2013.

Each of the Roadshows commence with a presentation from the airport to the travel agents.  “The agents are at the sharp end, dealing with customers, so it’s important they’re kept up to date with progress and developments at the airport,” said Jandu.

The airport presentation is followed by an interactive workshop where the airlines and tour operators can meet with existing and prospective travel agents to discuss business opportunities.  After the workshop the delegates are invited to continue networking during dinner, which is followed by a prize draw.

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