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Jost Lammers - Articles and news items

Budapest Airport announces yet more new routes as Vueling resumes Barcelona and launches Rome

Airport news  •  10 November 2014  •  Budapest Airport

Budapest Airport’s non-stop route network expansion continues with the announcement that Vueling will return with a resumption of its Barcelona service next summer, while it will also be launching an important link to its new Rome base aimed at business users...

Budapest Airport’s July traffic flies high again

Airport news  •  8 August 2014  •  Budapest Airport

Budapest Airport recorded another excellent month in July with passenger traffic growing by 8.5% compared to the same period last year...

Budapest Airport declared Skytrax ‘ Best Airport – Eastern Europe ’

Airport news  •  27 March 2014  •  Budapest Airport

Budapest Airport was last night named as winner of ‘Best Airport – Eastern Europe’ at the Skytrax World Airport Awards ceremony at the Passenger Terminal EXPO 2014 conference and exhibition...

Budapest Airport wins top award at World Routes Conference in Berlin

Airport news  •  4 October 2011  •  Emerald Media

Budapest Airport has been formally announced as the European winner of this year’s World Routes Airport Marketing Awards...

Budapest Airport is the new home of Wizz Air

Airport news  •  6 October 2010  •  Budapest Airport Zrt.

The biggest discount airline of Central-Eastern Europe, Wizz Air decided to move to Ferihegy airport in spring next year...

Contract Extended For 15 Years by Lufthansa Technik Budapest and Budapest Airport

Airport news  •  9 September 2010  •  Budapest Airport

Budapest Airport & Lufthansa Technik Budapest have executed an extension of the lease of one of the largest aircraft maintenance hangar...

BUD Future: Creating a landmark for Budapest

Issue 6 2009, Past issues  •  11 December 2009  •  Jost Lammers, CEO of Budapest Airport

A new high-tech terminal building, a vastly extended apron, a new on-airport hotel and the development of a cargo city. These are just the main features of a five-year development plan at Budapest International Airport that will reach 261 million Euros altogether. Ground works have already started last year and this summer 70 metre high cranes have been added to the Ferihegy skyline around Terminal 2.


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