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Ryanair eyes 80% rise in passengers on Budapest flights

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Irish low-cost airline Ryanair is planning to attain an 80% rise in passenger numbers on Budapest flights in the coming five years, marketing chief Evelin Horváth was reported as saying Wednesday by Hungarian news agency MTI.

Ryanair, which currently operates a total of 22 Budapest flights, saw 1.5 million passengers last year, which constitutes a 15% market share at the capital’s Liszt Ferenc International Airport.

Marketing director Matthias Wenk noted that the airline is in talks on launching flights from Hungary’s Debrecen Airport.

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