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Taner Sari, Managing Director, Celebi Ground Handling Hungary; H.E. Kyoo Sik Choe, Ambassador of South Korea to Hungary; Dr Rolf Schnitzler, Chief Executive Officer, Budapest Airport; Jeong Soo Park, Managing Vice President for Europe, Korean Air; René Droese, Chief Property and Cargo Officer, Budapest Airport

First Seoul-Budapest Cargo Flight Launched

Feb. 24, 2020
Budapest Airport welcomed the first direct Seoul-Budapest cargo flight on Friday 21st February 2020; Korean Air’s Boeing 777F type cargo aircraft taxied to the apron of BUD’s ...
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Csaba Szlahó, Mayor of Vecsés; Szűcs Lajos, Member of the National Assembly of Hungary; Levente Magyar, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State; Dr. Rolf Schnitzler, Chief Executive Officer, Budapest Airport; Gerhard Schroeder, Chairman, Budapest Airport; Steven Polmans, Chairman, TIACA; and René Droese, Chief Property and Cargo Officer, Budapest Airport (pictured left to right)
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Budapest Airport Steps onto Global Stage as Central and Eastern Europe Cargo Hub as BUD Cargo City Opens

Nov. 22, 2019
Celebi Aviation Holding and Menzies Aviation are two of the international ground and cargo handling companies moving into the 21,600 m2 state-of-the-art cargo handling facility...
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BUD Cargo City: Cargo Gateway of Central and Eastern Europe

Nov. 22, 2019
BUD Cargo City offers a professional environment and enhanced competitiveness for air cargo operators and may bring a regional leading role in the industry for Budapest Airport...

Budapest Airport Takes Top Prize at the World Routes Awards

Sept. 23, 2019
The annual World Routes Awards took place at the Adelaide Convention Center last night.

Budapest Airport Hosts Workshop Events to Boost China E-Commerce Flow

Aug. 27, 2019
The BUD team develop the airport’s growing role as Central and Eastern Europe’s e-commerce gateway.

Construction Milestone for Dedicated Freight Terminal at Budapest Airport

July 1, 2019
Builders have completed the construction of the structure of the largest building in Budapest Airport’s (BUD) dedicated freight terminal, BUD Cargo City.The external structure...
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BUD Signs Agreement with Henan Aviation Development

May 31, 2019
Budapest, 31 May 2019. Hungary and China continue to develop their economic cooperation in the field of air cargo, within the framework of the Belt and Road Initiative. This was...
Budapest Airport has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Xi’an Xianyang International Airport to strengthen aviation links between Hungary and China. From left to right, René Droese, Chief Property and Cargo Officer at Budapest Airport; Péter Szijjártó, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade for Hungary; and Wang Zhendong, Deputing Managing Director at Xi’an Xianyang International Airport.
Baggage & Cargo

Budapest Airport Signs Mou with Xi’an Xianyang International Airport During Belt and Road Forum

April 29, 2019
Budapest Airport has stepped up its efforts to become a major distribution and logistics base for China in the Central and Eastern European (CEE) region by signing a cooperation...
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As part of the workshop, the delegates visited BUD’s cargo facilities, including the site of a dedicated air cargo facility, which is set for completion in Q4 this year. Pictured from left: József Kossuth, Senior Cargo Manager, Budapest Airport, 6th from the left, René Droese, Director Business Unit Property and Cargo, Budapest Airport, 7th from the left, Li Jiupeng, CEO of Eastern Air Logistics Co., Ltd. (EAL); Chairman of the Board of China Cargo Airlines and Chairman of the Shanghai Cross-border E-commerce Association (SCEA), 9th from the left, Meng Zhibin, General Manager, ACE Logistics Corp., Jared Shen, FCO Station Cargo Manager, China Eastern Airlines and China Cargo Airlines
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Budapest Airport Steps Up as Central Eastern European Air Cargo Gateway for China

March 7, 2019
Budapest Airport has hosted a Chinese logistics and investment delegation for a one-day forum that focused on cooperation and e-commerce, as a new direct service between Hungary...
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Budapest Airport Sets New Cargo Record in 2018

Jan. 23, 2019
Growth in cargo traffic at Budapest Airport (BUD) is accelerating after the Central European hub processed a record amount of freight in 2018 and beat the rate for the previous...

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Budapest Airport Maps Out New China Growth Strategy

Dec. 17, 2018
Budapest Airport (BUD) has unveiled an ambitious new growth strategy for Asia that is to launch in the new year, and includes additional direct freighter and belly cargo routes...

Budapest Airport Starts Construction of a New European Gateway for Air Cargo

Sept. 21, 2018
Construction of Budapest Airport’s (BUD) new dedicated freight centre, Cargo City, part of the EUR160 million BUD:2020 Development Programme at the Hungarian hub, has begun. The...
Budapest Airport processed a record 127,145 tons of cargo in 2017, up 13.4 percent on the previous year, and 39.1 percent on 2015.
Baggage & Cargo

Budapest Airport Handles Record Cargo Volumes in 2017

March 12, 2018
Budapest Airport processed a record 127,145 tons of cargo in 2017, up 13.4 percent on the previous year, and 39.1 percent on 2015.
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STO Express will operate scheduled cargo flights to Budapest Airport, which is likely to generate a significant increase, not only in total cargo traffic, but also in the field of e-commerce, the main profile of the Chinese company.

Budapest Airport Signs Cooperation Agreement with STO Express

Nov. 30, 2017
Budapest Airport has signed a cooperation agreement with STO Express from China, and EKOL, the European 3PL company with a strong presence in Hungary. The agreement establishes...

Budapest Airport Already Lines Up 3 New Airlines and 6 Routes for 2014

Jan. 13, 2014
Norwegian will be adding a fifth route to its Budapest network, Wizz Air will add services, and, Vueling and Air Serbia will introduce services.