Ryanair to launch more Budapest flights in summer

Transport

Irish low-fare airline Ryanair is scheduled to launch four flights to Athens from Budapest every week in the summer season, while increasing the number of flights to other destinations, sales manager for the CEE region Klaudia Kalazna said today.

Ryanair is expected to further raise the number of destinations in its summer timetable to 15. The number of scheduled flights will climb by 28% reaching 86, as Ryanair adds flights to Dublin, London, Madrid, Milan, Pisa, Rome and Venice. The airline expects to carry 1.3 million passengers on its Budapest flights this year.

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