Budapest airport shuttle bus service expanded

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The Budapest Public Transport Center (BKK) on Friday said it will operate its airport shuttle bus service from Monday more frequently and for an extended time period, according to a report by state news wire MTI.

The 100E express bus service between the city center and Ferenc Liszt International Airport will run every 15 minutes on Mondays, Fridays and Sundays between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. At other times the bus service will run every 20 minutes. 

The first 100E bus will leave the city center at 3:30 in the morning and the last one will depart from the airport at 1:05 in the morning, adjusted for the last evening flight landing at the airport.

BKK said it is making the changes in response to higher passenger numbers at the airport.

The 100E bus runs between the airport and Deák tér, where Budapest's metro lines intersect, a 30- to 40-minute trip. Tickets are HUF 900 and can be purchased using the BKK's mobile application.

BKK re-launched the airport shuttle service in June, after a pandemic hiatus.

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