Published at: 2019-02-04 09:55 | Author: Antoni Bohdanowicz
The revived economy has seen demand for passenger and cargo service spike at Budapest's Franz Liszt Airport
Construction has begun on Cargo City at the Budapest airport, part of a larger €160m investment that began in 2016. Called BUD 2020, the investment program focused in its first phase on improvements and expansions to Franz Liszt airport’s passenger component, resulting in the opening of a new pier. With the airport’s capacity increased from 10 million to15 million people annually, and new connections to North America successfully launched over the summer, Cargo City is currently in the spotlight...

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