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Charter a private jet from or to Budapest Liszt Ferenc international Airport (BUD)

Summary - Airport Information

Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport is located 10 miles southwest of Budapest and within easy reach of the city’s cultural and entertainment districts. Your driver can get you to the centre of Budapest in around 25 minutes, or a helicopter charter service can be used to get you to the Hungarian Grand Prix in under 10 minutes.

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How to charter a private flight from Budapest Liszt Ferenc international Airport
Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport is located on the border with Pest County, which is situated in the north of Hungary, and is used for both private and commercial aviation. The airport has a General Aviation Terminal enabling private jet clients to relax prior to their flight. Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport is named after Hungarian composer Franz Liszt.
For private jet charter to or from Budapest Liszt Ferenc international Airport call Victor on: +44 (0)20 7384 8550.

Facts

Does Budapest Liszt Ferenc international Airport have private jets?
Yes,Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport supports private jets.
Budapest Liszt Ferenc international Airport Facts
Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport has 2 runways (13L/31R and 13R/31L). The airport handles around 15 million passengers every year.
IATA: BUD
ICAO: LHBP
Country: Hungary
Latitude: 47-26-12.96N
Longitude: 019-15-20.13E
Timezone: Europe/Budapest
Runway Length: 3707 metres (13L/31R) and 3010 metres (13R/31L)
Tarmac Access: Yes (on request)
Slot Restriction: Yes
For private jet hire to or from Budapest Liszt Ferenc international Airport call Victor on: +44 (0)20 7384 8550.

History

An airport was originally planned for Budapest prior to the Second World War, but these plans were delayed until 1950, when the first commercial flights travelled from the airport. During the communist days, most flights travelled within the Soviet Union. In 1954 Malév, Hungary’s own airline, was founded and their first flight to the west went to Vienna in 1956. In 1974 the airport reached one million passengers in a year. Due to increased passenger traffic, a new terminal was built in 1985 and another in 1998. Malév went bankrupt in February 2012 and so one of the operating terminals closed, as there was no requirement for 2 terminals with the loss of traffic.
To book a private jet to or from Budapest Liszt Ferenc international Airport call Victor on: +44 (0)20 7384 8550.

Facilities

What facilities are available at Budapest Liszt Ferenc international Airport?
For aircraft, A VIP operator provides a comprehensive service wrap including baggage handling, deicing and interior and exterior cleaning of aircraft. Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport is open from 0600-2200 hrs, Monday-Sunday, however extensions are usually permitted via prior arrangement. For passengers and crew, a VIP lounge is available, where passengers can help themselves to a self-service bar. Additionally, hotel and limousine reservations can be handled by the fixed base operator. For late arrivals, or those looking to stay over, more than 10 hotels are conveniently located near to Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport. In addition to the airports close proximity to Budapest, it is also within a short distance of the River Danube.
For private jet charter to or from Budapest Liszt Ferenc international Airport call Victor on: +44 (0)20 7384 8550.

Empty Legs available from this airport

For private jet charter to or from Budapest Liszt Ferenc international Airport call Victor on: +44 (0)20 7384 8550

1 Matches

Departure: Fri 24 Sep 2021 Budapest Liszt Ferenc international Airport (BUD) Larnaca International Airport (LCA)
Aircraft: Challenger 350, Super Midsize , Capacity: 8 Passengers