Ferenc Liszt Int'l passenger traffic up 1,000% y.o.y. in February

Transport

According to traffic figures released by Ferenc Liszt International Airport operator Budapest Airport, some 620,199 passengers used Hungary's largest airport in February, up 1,000% compared to the second month of 2021.

Currently, the airport's passenger numbers stand at 64% of the pre-COVID levels, and Budapest Airport expects this number to grow to 80% by the summer season.

The number of destinations accessible directly from Budapest increased to 104 in February, with 30 airlines offering flights to 37 countries from the Hungarian capital.

The most popular destinations in February were once again the European metropolises of London, Paris, Amsterdam, and Barcelona, as well as the perennial favorite, Dubai.

The volume of goods handled at the BUD Cargo City reached 15,578 tons in February. This brings the total volume for the past 12 months to more than 190,000 tons.

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