Budapest Airport preparing for virus passport
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Budapest Airport is constantly monitoring the good practices of the world's airports and has been preparing for months so that it can implement the regulations made by the authorities and the government of each country at the airport as soon as possible, writes leading business daily Világgazdaság.
The operator of Ferenc Liszt International was asked how the introduction of a vaccination card, commonly known as a virus passport, which is expected to be a condition of travel by airlines from March 1, will affect its responsibilities.
The company emphasized that if the official regulations require new developments, Budapest Airport will, as before, comply with the new rules without delay, guaranteeing predictable, epidemiologically safe travel.
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