The Budapest Airport in Hungary is getting ready to welcome more than one million passengers on a monthly basis through the upcoming winter season.
As per the airport authorities, travelers from Budapest will have untethered access to over 107 destinations, which will be served by around 36 airlines.
As a result, the passengers will have a broad range of choices when planning their vacations.
On this occasion, the chief commercial officer of the country’s airport, Balazs Bogats, stated that the airport is making efforts to ensure that Hungary is able to attract more passengers and, consequently, more flights.
The CCO went on to add that he believes this would help bring in higher revenue for the airports, which would help in the development of the country’s national economy, as well as the travel and tourism sector.
The Ferenc Liszt International Airport also took to expanding its flight routes a couple of months ago, specifically for the 2023-2025 winter schedule.
These flights kicked off on the 29th of October and offer a wide array of flights for people searching for warmer climates.
The newly added flight routes are also currently catering to people who are seeking an experience in the northern landscapes.
As the coronavirus pandemic comes to an end, rapid growth in the country’s travel and tourism sector has begun.
In the previous year, the sector recorded a boost of 25% as compared to the pre-pandemic figures.
This summer, the passenger traffic at the Ferenc Liszt Airport reached 90% of the levels recorded in 2019.
Furthermore, tourists from across the globe will have a number of opportunities to visit the best sites in Europe and the United Kingdom.
Meanwhile, Ryanair has taken to play its role in the growth of the national economy and tourism of Hungary.
Consequently, it introduced a couple of new flights to Alicante, Tenerife, as well as Birmingham.
Other airlines also followed suit, with Wizz Air expanding its flight offerings to include Cairo and Sharm El Sheikh in Egypt, as well as Copenhagen and Glasgow.
In addition, the Spanish national carrier, Iberia, has decided to boost the frequency of its daily flights in Madrid.
Whereas, Wizz Air is going to be implementing a similar increased frequency on the route to and from Dubai and Budapest.
In addition, FlyDubai and Emirates have also announced that they will be providing flights to the most populous city in the United Arab Emirates to and from Budapest.
During the winter season, Air Serbia is also going to operate a total of eighteen flights per week, which will fly to Belgrade.
As a result, the airline hopes that it will be able to facilitate convenient connections to Sarajevo, Skopje, Tivat, and Tirana.
The national carrier from France, Air France, is also planning on ramping up the frequency of flights to Paris to 18 a week.
Moreover, in the summer season, the Budapest and Antalya route was opened by SunExpress. Consequently, the airline is going to do the same in the winter months.