Liszt Ferenc Airport ranked best in region for 3rd time

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Budapest’s Liszt Ferenc International Airport has been named the best airport in the Eastern European region for the third time by U.K.-based consultancy Skytrax, operator Budapest Airport told Hungarian news agency MTI today.

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The results are based on a survey of approximately 12 million passengers at airports in 160 countries to assess their opinions on cabin crews, airport facilities, airlines, in-flight entertainment, on-board catering, and several other elements of air travel.

Singapore Changi Airport was named the world’s best airport for the fourth time this year, MTI added.

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