Budapest Airport today announced that it has recorded its best start to a calendar year in over a decade.
Budapest Airport saw traffic for 2012 dip by 4.7% following the loss of the country’s flag carrier Malev in February.
Budapest Airport has launched a new free five-minute drop-off system at Terminal 2.
Budapest Airport remains ‘optimistic’ despite losing 11% of its traffic in the first six months of 2012 following the collapse of Malév in February.
Budapest Airport has admitted that its plans for 2012 are being “re-evaluated” following the collapse last week of its biggest customer, the Hungarian national airline Malév.