You can find on this page the Budapest airports map to print and to download in PDF. The Budapest airport map presents terminals and gates of the international airport of Budapest in Hungary.
The Budapest airports map shows all the airports around Budapest. This airports map of Budapest will allow you to determine which airport you will used to leave Budapest in Hungary. The Budapest airports map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport as you can see in Budapest airports map, connecting the city to the major cities across the world, Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport is much famed to be one of the most efficient airports in the world. Reckoned to be an eminent and budding hub in the eastern region of Europe, the airport is favored by most of the travelers for its striking features like that of a SkyCourt, multi-brand stores, an array of shops, and much more. Apart from that, services like processing time, short queues, and fast internet access, also are much favored by the travelers.
Budaörs Airport as its mentioned in Budapest airports map, set in the southwest region of Budapest, Budaörs Airport was reckoned to be the only international airport in Budapest prior to the commencement of Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport. Forming a base for most of the gliders and light aircrafts, Budaörs Airport now serves as an active and a common base for general aviation, recreational activities, and flight training. Apart from that, the airport also serves as the home for Goldtimer Foundation that not only offers rides to the travelers but also restores vintage aircrafts on site.
Hármashatárhegy Airport as its shown in Budapest airports map, dedicated to sports, Hármashatárhegyi airport is nestled between the soul-stirring town Kővár and the historical town of Pesthidegkút Hársakalja. Named after the famous hills of Hármashatár, set close to the Kővár hills, and although Hármashatárhegy Airport is the least famous of all the airports in Budapest, it is one of the most important Budapest airports for all the concerned arrivals and departures. However, you can also use one of the Budapest airport maps for exploring and navigating in a much better and easier way.
The map of Budapest airport presents the main international airport of Budapest. This international airport map of Budapest will allow you to determine by which terminal and gate you will arrive or leave Budapest in Hungary. The airport Budapest map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Budapest Ferihegy International Airport ( Hungarian : Ferihegyi Nemzetközi Repülőtér or simply Ferihegy ) (pronounced "Ferry-hedge") ( IATA : BUD , ICAO : LHBP ) is the international airport serving the Hungarian capital city of Budapest , and the largest of the country five international airports. The airport offers international connections primarily within Europe , but also to Africa , Asia , the Middle East , and North America as its shown in Budapest international airport map. In 2007, the airport served 8.6 million passengers. Budapest Ferihegy International Airport is located 16 kilometers (10 miles ) east-southeast of the center of Budapest, accessible by the Üllői road . The airport is named after master brewer Ferenc (Feri) Mayerffy, the former owner of the land upon which the facility is located. Ferihegy can accept the Boeing 747 , Antonov An-124 and Antonov An-225 but most of the traffic included Airbus and Boeing twinjets and some long-haul Boeing 767s . Weather seldom diverts aircraft, when this does happen planes usually land at Bratislava or Vienna.
Budapest international airport has three main terminals: 1, 2A and 2B, and a smaller one for general aviation flights. A new air cargo base is to be built. Transfer between terminals 2A and 2B can be made on foot. The older Terminal 1, as you can see in Budapest international airport map, however, is further away and must be reached by bus. On 30 March 2008, all Hungarian airports joined the Schengen Agreement and all Schengen flights moved to Terminal 2A, while non-Schengen flights moved to 2B. Terminal 1 low cost carriers were also separated by a glass wall into Schengen and non-Schengen traffic. An open-air viewing platform for relatives and spotters is at Terminal 2. Terminal 1: From September 1, 2005, re-opened Terminal 1 serves all low-cost carriers. The terminal was totally renovated in full compliance with the requirements of monument protection, since the building is one of the finest examples of architectural modernism in Hungary as well as in Europe. The Terminal 1 building is unusual in that it resembles the shape of an aircraft viewed from above. This terminal is divided by a glass wall into Schengen and Non-Schengen destinations. Terminal 2A (originally Terminal 2, then renamed in 1998) was inaugurated on 1 November 1985, served mainly the flights of Malév Hungarian Airlines , but from 30 March 2008, it serves all Schengen destinations. Terminal 2B: Although connected to Terminal 2A, it is referred to as a separate terminal (opened in December 1998). It serves all non-Schengen destinations.
Budapest international airport facilities include ATMs (except within the international transit area, where the passenger must exchange currency), bureaux de change, left luggage, first aid, duty-free shops , child care, post office, a chapel, restaurant, tourist information and hotel reservations. There are facilities for disabled passengers and wheelchairs are available from the airport help desks. A short walk down the long drive from Terminal 2 there is an open-air aircraft museum. Short- and long-term car parks are situated close to the terminal buildings. The airport has GSM phone coverage. Wi-Fi is provided by Pannon and 230V power outlets are available at some places. Malév has the most flights at the airport. The largest foreign airline (in terms of passengers carried from and to Budapest) is Lufthansa , which serves Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Milan-Malpensa, and Munich nonstop as its mentioned in Budapest international airport map.