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Budapest Airport, HungaroControl and local councils to work jointly on airport developments

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LaMography/Christian Keszthelyi

Liszt Ferenc International operator Budapest Airport, air traffic controller HungaroControl and the local governments of Budapestʼs District XVIII, Pest County and the town of Vecsés signed a declaration of intent yesterday to establish an association that would accelerate infrastructure investments at the airport, Hungarian news agency MTI reported.

 The association, dubbed BUD Cluster, aims speed up the implementation of the long-planned Airport City at Liszt Ferenc as well as expand the airportʼs business activities.

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