BUD: Budapest "Ferenc Liszt" - Ferihegy (Hungary)

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BUD: Budapest "Ferenc Liszt" - Ferihegy (Hungary)

Post by atoutprix » 13 Feb 2016, 12:20

Ryanair has made Budapest one of its base, after the demise of Malév in february 2012.
(Post updated in november 2012)

Runways :

13L/31R (3700m)
13R/31L (3010m)

Airport website :


See also :

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Budapest_F ... al_Airport

Terminals :

There are two terminals : T1 and T2. T1 is the old terminal recently refurbished but closed end may 2012 - T2 is new and the only one in service. There are not near each other, there is a runway between them.
Ryanair arrivals are at T2A (ground level), departures at T2B (upper level). T2 is modern, very pleasant, both airside and landside.


First, you have to take a bus 200E to leave T2 (at arrivals level, between A and B). Tickets : at the vending machine near the bus stop (if not u/s), at the desk near arrival T2B, at the news agents in the terminal, at the post office (upper level T2A) or on the bus (a bit more expensive). Ticket for the bus only : 350 forints; bus+metro : 530 forints. (january 2013) - 1 euro is worth about 275-300 forints). Also tickets valid 24 hours (1650 forints).
The bus carry you first to T1.
At T1, you can take a train to Nyugati railway station in Budapest (25 min) Train ticket is 370 forints - at the vending machine.
Or you can stay on the bus until Kobanya-Kispest metro station, line 3 (blue line); the metro will bring you to the Budapest center (Déak Ferenc) in about 25 min.
From T2 to Budapest center, total time is about 50 min.

From 23.00 to 04.00 (thus during the night), there is no 200E : to go to the city center, you have to take a bus 900 (there is one every half hour) to Bajgsy-Zsilinski then change to bus 950A.

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