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RYANAIR LAUNCHES BUDAPEST SUMMER 2023

RYANAIR LAUNCHES BUDAPEST SUMMER 2023

SCHEDULE 56 ROUTES (BELFAST NEW ROUTE) – BUDAPEST’S BIGGEST AIRLINE

Ryanair, Hungary’s no.1 airline, today (24 Jan) announced its summer 23 schedule with 56 routes (1 new route to Belfast) to/from Budapest – more passengers than any other airline. As Budapest’s biggest and lowest fare airline, Ryanair will base eight aircraft in Budapest for Summer 23 – an $800m investment creating over 250 high paid jobs for pilots, cabin crew and engineers.

Ryanair’s Budapest2023 schedule will deliver:

– 8 based aircraft – $800m invest

– 1 new route to Belfast

– 56 routes

– 500 weekly flights

– Increased freq. on 15 other routes, incl. Berlin, Corfu, Rome & Copenhagen

– Supporting over 250 highly paid pilot & cabin crew jobs

With 500 weekly flights to/from Budapest in Summer 23, Ryanair is offering its customers in Budapest the widest choice and the lowest fares when booking their summer getaways. This unrivalled schedule is underpinned by Ryanair’s $22bn investment in new eco efficient aircraft that burn 16% less fuel, cuts noise by 40% and carry 4% more passengers, with two of its eight Budapest aircraft being new “Gamechangers”.

Ryanair welcomes the Hungarian Govt’s support in opposing the proposed local municipal tax that would see passengers at Budapest unfairly double taxed, and jeopardise growth and jobs at Budapest airport. As Europe recovers post Covid, it is essential that countries like Hungary maintain competitive low-cost access for low fare airlines like Ryanair who can deliver much needed tourism and jobs recovery post covid.

Budapest citizens/visitors can now book a well-deserved Summer break to exciting destinations such as Madrid, Malaga, Palma, Thessaloniki and many more popular hotspots on Ryanair.com.

In Budapest, Ryanair’s Michael O’Leary said:

“As Budapest’s No. 1 airline, we are pleased to announce our Summer 2023 schedule that sees Ryanair carry more passengers than any other airline at Budapest and open one new route to Belfast. To support our operations, Ryanair will base 8 aircraft in Budapest in Summer 23, representing an $800m investment as we deliver more traffic and lower fares than any other airline in Budapest.

As Ryanair grows and invests in Budapest, we welcome the Hungarian Govt’s support in opposing the proposed crazy municipal tax that would see inbound passengers double taxed and jeopardise Budapest’s tourism  and jobs recovery, especially at a time when countries need to stimulate tourism growth.

We look forward to welcoming millions of Hungarian customers/visitors onboard Ryanair’s low fare flights to/from Budapest this Summer.

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