Tens of thousands of Hungarians travel from Budapest to the Turkish metropolis every year, and from June, they can do so with AnadoluJet flights as well. From the first month of summer, the Turkish Airlines subsidiary will fly three times a week.
In 2021, Budapest Airport once again took huge steps to maintain its carbon neutral operations and achieve its sustainability goals. Last year, the company further reduced its direct carbon dioxide emissions.
For Budapest Airport, the first quarter of 2021 was characterized by strong and soaring air cargo, low passenger traffic, developments and preparation for the return of passenger traffic. Although passenger numbers do not show any increase for the moment, the company is working on a complex plan to prepare for the return of moderate passenger numbers during the upcoming summer season. This was the first quarter of 2021 for Budapest Airport on the start line.
During the past two years, Budapest Airport implemented 167 million euros worth of investments at the airport, whereby the regional significance of BUD has been greatly enhanced, while maintaining a high level of safety and security. The large projects and other background developments, built around infrastructure, capacity enhancement and digitization, generated a tangible increase in the passenger experience, which is confirmed by research and passenger feedback.