Ryanair targets 12% increase in Budapest passenger numbers
Ryanair is targeting a 12% increase in passenger numbers on its Budapest flights this year, the low-fare airline's man in charge of legal and regulatory affairs said yesterday.
Ryanair expects to carry 1.3 mln passengers on its Budapest flights this year, said Juliusz Komorek. Three of Ryanair's aircraft are based in Budapest. They fly 82 flights a week on 15 routes.
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