Budapest Airport launches Greenairport Program
Budapest Airport, the operator of Liszt Ferenc International Airport, is launching an environmental protection program, entitled Greenairport Program, in order to reduce the environmental impact of the capital’s airport, an announcement issued today reveals.
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The program is expected to be implemented with the help of organizations working at the airport, to improve the international recognition, innovativeness and operating efficiency of the airport, the announcement added.
Since the program was called, several partners have joined, including: Heinemann Duty Free, the Airport Directorate of the National Tax and Customs Authority, Lufthansa Technik Budapest and Hungarian taxi company Főtaxi.
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