Budapest Airport Traffic Hits Post-Pandemic High

  • 16 Jun 2022 7:01 AM
  • Hungary Around the Clock
Budapest Airport Traffic Hits Post-Pandemic High
Passenger numbers at Liszt Ferenc International Airport have hit a new high since the onset of the pandemic, climbing to nearly 1.1 million in May, operator Budapest Airport said in its regular monthly report.

Traffic was 12 times higher than in the same month of last year, with 34 airlines now flying directly from Budapest to 125 airports in 114 cities.

London, Paris, Tel Aviv, Amsterdam and Frankfurt were the most popular destinations last month.

Despite some negative international trends, cargo traffic remained stable at more than 15,000 tons in the month.

In the first five months, cargo volume reached 84,000 tons, a 17% year-on-year rise.

The airport handled a record 183,400 tons of cargo in 2021, up 36% on the 2020 figure.

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