Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport
Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport stretches 16 kilometers to the southeastern direction from Budapest, primary city of Hungary. The airport code is known as BUD.
The idea of establishing the airport in the area of Ferihegy was announced in 1938 and realized four years later. In 2011 the airport was renamed after talented Hungarian pianist and composer Ferenc Liszt.
Budapest Airport receives daily flights from all over the Europe (Air France, Air Malta, British Airways, air Baltic, Finnair etc.) and Middle East (Emirates, Turkish Airlines). Most active budget air carrier Wizz Air brings passengers from Barcelona, Warsaw, Kyiv, London, Rome and others European destinations.
The airport consists of three passenger terminals linked by shuttle, one for general aviation and airport taxi Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport. Two runways 3 and 3.7km long each are capable to handle the largest aircrafts ever built. The parking area for taxi to Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport is divided into 5 lots (premium, terminal, business, holiday and holiday plus for taxi service). Passengers can book cheap taxi, enjoy a decent meal at various restaurants inside such as Burger King, Costa Coffee, KFC, Negroni, Dr Juice etc. Airport Hotel and Ferihegy Hotel provide the closest accommodation for travelers by airport taxi Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport.
Public bus 200E links Terminal 2 and metro station Kobanya-Kispest (one hour); tickets can be bought at ticket machines at the bus stop or from the driver. Taxi from Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport ride to the center of Budapest costs from 320 Ft, the duration of taxi Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport trip is 30-45 minutes.