Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport is the main airport for Budapest. The airport is 16km from Budapest city centre. This is the busiest airport in Hungary. The Sky Court expansion project and connecting Terminals 2A and 2B were opened on 2011. There is a wide choice of cafes, bars, restaurants and shops. Budapest Airport has good transport connections to the city centre.
Several airlines offer flights. Many of the best deals are with Ryanair and EasyJet. Budapest is especially well served by Ryanair, with routes from London Stansted, Birmingham, Bristol and Manchester. EasyJet fly from London Luton and London Gatwick. Well-priced flights are also available from Jet2.com and Wizz Air. British Airways have a scheduled service from London Heathrow. More expensive indirect flights are available from regional airports. Airlines with indirect flights include KLM, Air France, flybe and Lufthansa.
BUD Nemzetközi Repülőtér
1675 Budapest Pf. 53.
Tel: 36 (1) 296-9696
Airport buses depart from Terminals 1 and 2. Buses 200E and 93 head for Köbánya-Kispest metro station. Onward connections on the blue line to Deák Ferenc Square. Journey time is 20 minutes.
Trains depart from Terminal 1 to the Nyugati Railway Station in Budapest. Journey time is 25 minutes.
Take a taxi with the Főtaxi company. Reservations can be made at the Főtaxi booths located at the exit at Terminal 1, Terminal 2A and Terminal 2B. Fare to central Budapest approximately 15-20 euros. Journey time is about 20 minutes.
Direct flights with Ryanair, EasyJet, Wizz Air and British Airways