Flights to Budapest

Best Air Travel Options to Hungary’s Capital

Many international airlines operate flights to Budapest throughout the year, including a range of cheap flights.

The Hungarian Airline, Malév had nonstop flight connections between Budapest and more than 30 European cities and North America. Sadly, Malév went out of business in February 2012.

During its more than 60-year history Malev became one of the leading and most dynamically improving airlines in Central and Eastern Europe.

European airlines, such as the Irish discount carrier Ryanair, have taken up the place of Malév and divide the flight routes among them.

So booking a flight to Budapest shouldn’t be a problem, although before major holidays like Christmas, New Year’s Eve and Easter, when many visitors come to our capital, you’d better book your flight to Budapest well in advance.

Choose the time of your visit, check the best deals and the best and simplest way of doing this is online.

Spare no effort and time to compare prices and available discounts on airfares, you can save a lot that is better spent on buying Hungarian souvenirs.

TIP: Airport Transfer Service – a convenient and affordable way of getting to your hotel (or from your hotel to Ferenc Liszt Airport) is by using a Budapest Airport Transfer service.

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See more ways on how to get to Budapest Centre.

Check out some Good Hotels Near Budapest Airport

Airlines Offering Cheap Flights to Budapest

  • Sky Europe
  • Wizzair
  • Easyjet
  • Jet2
  • Germanwings
  • Ryanair
  • Air Berlin

Airport terminalFlights to Budapest from the UK – London, Manchester, Edinburgh

  • FlyEurope: London Stansted-Budapest
  • Wizzair: London Luton -Budapest
  • London, Luton, Gatwick, Bristol, Newcastle-Budapest
  • British Airways: daily flights to Budapest from London Heathrow and Gatwick airports.
  • Jet2 operates Cheap Flights to Budapest from Manchester and Edinburgh, Scotland

 

Flights to Budapest from the US

  • American Airlines (AA) ceased to operate its direct flight service between JFK and Budapest Airport as of February 2012 following Malév’s downfall in the same month. AA still offers other flight routes from the USA to Budapest, Hungary through its partners British Airways and Finnair via either London Heathrow Airport or Helsinki.
  • Delta Airlines operate flights to Budapest via major European cities (Amsterdam, Paris).

Budapest Ferenc Liszt Airport

airplanes and airportFlights to Budapest land at Budapest Ferenc Liszt Airport, some 25 km far from the city centre.

Flights land, and depart at Terminal 2.

Terminal 1 closed down in 2012.

 

 

 

 

 

Flights from Qatar

There’s a direct flight service between Doha, the capital city of Qatar and Budapest 4 times a week since January 2011.

SkyCourt Budapest

The SkyCourt is a new passenger hall between terminal 2A and 2B that welcomes passengers from 27th march 2011.

It is a hip, modern building with fast and convenient services to make arrival at Budapest an even more pleasant experience.

SkyCourt Budapest-New Terminal at Ferenc Liszt Airport

The Airport’s Location

Address: 1185 Budapest Budapest-Ferihegy, district XVIII.
1675 P.O.Box. 53.
Telefon: +36 (1) 296-9696

Useful telephone numbers:

Call Center / Information: Tel.: (+361) 296-7000

Ticket information and booking: (+36 1) 296 5959, (+36 1) 296 5960

Lost luggage:

Celebi Ground Handling:
Tel.: (Terminal 2): +36 (70) 332-4006, +36-70-332-4007, +36 (1) 296-5966 (fax is)
E-mail: LL@celebi.hu

Menzies Aviation:

Tel.: T2A +36-1 – 296-8315
T2B +36-1 – 296-8399

E-mail: bud.ticketing@menziesaviation.com

Malév Ground Handling:

Tel.: +36 (1) 296-7327, +36-1 – 296-7948, +36-70 456-6038
E-mail: lostandfound@magh.hu

Minibus – lost luggage:

Tel.: +36 (1) 296-8555