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Budapest Airport sees record traffic in 2014

Transport

In line with expectations, Liszt Ferenc International Airport in 2014 saw a record number of 9,155,000 passengers, which is 7.5% more than the previous year, operator Budapest Airport announced today.

The numbers are better than the historical record of 8,900,000 set in 2011 before national carrier Malev was grounded. This year, Budapest Airport said it expects passenger numbers to rise as high as 9,600,000.

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