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Ryanair To Cease Flying To/From Budapest From October 10 PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 29 March 2010

"Ryanair, the world’s favourite airline, today (26th Mar) announced that it will cease its operations at Budapest Airport from 31st Oct next unless Budapest Airport reverses its announced cost increases. The closure of Ryanair’s operations will result in the loss of over 200,000 high spending international passengers p.a. and the loss of 200 local jobs.

Ryanair will withdraw all 4 Budapest routes, (Bristol, Dublin, East Midlands and Glasgow Prestwick) from 31st Oct unless the announced cost increase at Budapest Airport is reversed, as increased costs are a major constraint to developing tourism in Hungary.

 

Ryanair To Cease Flying To/From Budapest From October 10



Speaking in Budapest today, Ryanair’s Sales and Marketing Manager, Laszlo Tamas said:

“Ryanair calls on the Budapest Airport to reverse its insane decision to increase costs or lose Ryanair’s flights and traffic to/from Budapest from 31st October. Ryanair’s low fares with a no fuel surcharge guarantee deliver millions of euro in tourism revenues and over 200,000 annual passengers which support 200 local jobs, all of which will be lost unless the proposed cost increase is scrapped.

Budapest Airport must follow the example of the Belgian, Spanish and Italian airports and other CEE airports such as Riga, Kaunas, Krakow and Bratislava who are lowering costs and working with Ryanair to develop tourism, not push it away.

Budapest Airport’s traffic was down 4% last year to just 8 million passengers. Ryanair will be calling on the new Hungarian government to put pressure on the Budapest Airport monopoly to lower costs and allow airlines to develop tourism in Hungary.”

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