Franz Liszt International Airport Budapest
All passenger flights arrive to and depart from Terminal 2. Terminal 1 is only for private jets and cargo planes. For individual arrival/departure information we reccommend the official website of Budapest Airport ,which also has a very good route planner application for finding airlines that service Budapest airport.
Connection between Budapest Airport and downtown
Buses (service No. 200E) run from the Kõbánya-Kispest terminus, metro line 3, to/from Budapest Airport and Terminal 2, every 15 minutes during the day.
Passengers can easily reach Budapest Airport Terminal 2 from the Western Railway Station in Budapest.
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The journey takes between half an hour and an hour by car. The official contractor of the Budapest Airport is the Főtaxi, you can order a cab at their desk in the airport for fixed, reasonable prices. Or if you order a cab by phone, most companies offer a fixed price of around 3 800–6 500 HUF, depending on whether your destination is on the Pest or Buda side of the river. However nowadays it is rare but still be aware that there is a risk of being overcharged by unscrupulous drivers if you simply hail a taxi. Where possible, always telephone to order a cab and agree a fare for the journey.
If you are travelling on your own, it is cheaper to use the Airport Shuttle service, which has a desk at the airport. Tickets can be purchased at the arrival customs area or at the LRI Airport Passenger Service desk in the waiting area.
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Other airports in Hungary
Debrecen International Airport
Debrecen International Airport is Hungary's international aiport for charters which is only 5 km away from Debrecen.
The Hévíz-Balaton Airport (earlier FlyBalaton) in Sármellék is an airport opened temporarily for international passenger traffic, although in 2014, from July 28th to November, Czech Airlines CSA will fly weekly to this regional airport