Hungary eyes charter flight from Budapest to Tokyo



Hungarian government commissioner for tourism Gusztáv Bienerth discussed the possible launch of a direct charter flight between Budapest and Tokyo during talks in Japan with his counterparts, the Hungarian Tourism Agency said on Friday, according to news agency MTI.

Hungarian and Japanese officials agreed during the meeting that, though the number of tourists arriving at Hungary for a visit has been on the rise, the pace of the increase could be faster, the tourism agency said in a statement. 

During a visit to Japan on May 18-19, the commissioner met the heads of the Japan Tourism Agency and the Japan National Tourism Association, as well as the minister of education, culture, sports, science and technology, Hiroshi Hase.


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