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By buying Budapest Card when arriving at the airport, the airport minibus and the train may be used at a discount price to get to the downtown. Airport minibus is a practical choice, as it delivers the traveller to any address in the city for 3 200 HUF. A return ticket (5 500 HUF) is valid for 6 months. (www.airportshuttle.hu). Getting to the city by train: 60 lines on weekdays, approximately 45 lines on weekends from Ferihegy 1 (300 HUF, road time is about 30 minutes).
Ferihegy 1 – the terminal of cheap flights Ferihegy 2A – the terminal of flights of the Schengen area. Ferihegy 2B – the terminal of flights outside of the Schengen area. Timetable: www.bud.hu • Central information: (+36-1) 296-9696
The shuttle service at Budapest Airport is called AirportShuttle-Minibusz. AirportShuttle-Minibusz is the official transporter of Budapest Airport Zrt. Their drivers speak foreign languages and always find the shortest route in the city. Passengers onboard AirportShuttle-Minibus can get in touch with the airport and receive all necessary information regarding their flight from the moment their journey starts.
From your house to the airport and back, our minibuses operate as a shared-ride service, meaning passengers travelling to the same area are carried together. The travelling time is optimized and supervised using our fleet monitoring system, which can display the actual location of every vehicle in real-time.
Reservations can be made personally at the AirportShuttle desks in each terminal or by using our on-line reservation system (airportshuttle.hu) 24 hours before your flight departure time. It is also possible to order our service by calling the Call Center at +36-1-296-8555 (between 06.00 a.m. and 10.00 p.m.), e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Főtaxi is Budapest Airport’s official passenger transportation partner. They carry their customers for fixed fares determined in advance, based on zones of the city in line with distance from the airport. The service can be ordered at all three terminals of Budapest Airport. Telephone: (+361) 222-2222. Further information: fotaxi.eu. Főtaxi
Budapest has direct rail connection with 25 capital cities. There are more than fifty daily international lines. A train leaves in every two hours from Budapest to Vienna, the travel time is 2.5 hours. Intercity lines connect the capital city and the larger country towns. Railway stations Three large international railway stations operate in Budapest: Budapest East Railway Station, Budapest Western Railway Station, Budapest South Railway Station. Railway stations serve as underground stations as well: East and South railway station: underground line 2, Western railway station: underground line 3.
Trains commute between Nyugati railway station in Budapest and Budapest Airport Terminal 1 (Ferihegy) at least four times an hour, seven days a week. Tickets are available at rail ticket kiosks and machines as well as at the Tourinform office in the hall of Terminal 1 from 9 a.m. to 22 p.m. Outside office hours. Tickets are also available on the train. For further information and detailed schedules, please visit www.mav.hu, or call (+3640) 49-49-49.
By public transport
Bus no. 200E commutes from the subway terminal in Kőbánya-Kispest to Budapest Airport Terminal 2 via Terminal 1. Bus no. 93 (black numerals) runs from the subway terminal in Kőbánya-Kispest to Budapest Airport Terminal 1 and back. Tickets can be purchased at the BKV (Budapest Public Transport Company) ticket sales points (ticket kiosks and news stands), from ticket machines, and from bus drivers. For further information about public transportation in Budapest and the schedules of buses, see bkv.hu.
For further information, please visit: bud.hu
Looking forward to welcoming you at Budapest Airport!
National lines arrive at several points in the city. The terminal for international lines is Népliget. Volánbusz Rt. transports passengers from (and to) the following countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Greece, The Netherlands, Croatia, Poland, Lithuania, Macedonia, Great Britain, Germany, Norway, Italy, Romania, Spain, Switzerland, Sweden, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine. Népliget (+36-1) 219-8086, Stadionok (+36-1) 220-6227 • Árpád bridge (+36-1) 412-2597, Etele square (+36-1) 382-4905 • Széna square (+36-1) 201-3688 • Buying tickets online: www.volanbusz.hu • Info: (+36-1) 382-0888 (Monday–Friday: 8 a.m.–6 p.m. Saturday–Sunday: 8-16)