Budapest Liszt (BUD) Airport

Budapest Liszt BUD Airport Overview

Budapest Liszt International Airport BUD (formerly known as 'Ferihegy Airport') is Hungary's primary Airport and serves the City of Budapest and its surrounding areas. It recently had  been renamed in honor of its native son and famed pianist & composer Ferenz Liszt. Skytrax puts BUD in the highest rank of Eastern European airports.
In October 2015 CAA has given Liszt Airport the 'Airport of the Year for Exellence' award, while Skytrax awarded it 'Best Airport in Eatern Europe region' for the third year in a row .

BUD Airport is located 16 km southeast of the City Center of Budapest, accessible via Ulloi Road and by rail (reached from Terminal 1's train station.)

With two long runways and an estimated 9 million passengers per year, Budapest Airport is served by a growing number of airlines, offering direct and connecting flights to all points of the globe.

NOTE:  Due to increased security mandates, it is presently advisable to arrive at your terminal between two and three hours prior to scheduled flight departure.
Budapest Liszt Airport has one integrated passenger terminal.

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