Hungarian national airline Malév will move its central offices from Budapest to Liszt Ferenc International Airport southeast of the city, saving the company €1 million annually, Malév and airport operator Budapest Airport announced.
Malév plans to move its central offices to Liszt Ferenc Airport in the summer of 2012.
Malév will return to renovated buildings located between the airport's Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 that formerly served as the airline's offices.
Budapest Airport will pay for the renovation of the buildings.
Outgoing Malév CEO Martin Gauss said that relocating the airline's central offices to Liszt Ferenc Airport will serve to streamline Malév's operations.