Ryanair relaunches Budapest flights

Transport

Irish low-fare airline Ryanair will relaunch Budapest flights from March 12, CEO Michael O’Leary said at a press conference in the capital on Tuesday.

The airline will start flights between Budapest and Birmingham, Bologna, Bristol, Dublin and London, Mr O’Leary said. Ryanair expects passenger numbers on the flights to reach 200,000 this year, he added.

Ryanair stopped flying from Budapest in 2010.

The relaunch of the flights will create 200 jobs, Mr O’Leary said.

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