Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport (BUD)
History, Facts and Overview
Budapest Ferihegy Airport dates back to the middle of 1950, when it first opened its doors to the commercial aviation industry of Hungary. The next decade saw a short extension to the runway, to accommodate large planes requiring longer take-offs. In the mid-1980s, there were major celebrations at Ferihegy Airport, when its new terminal building was finally completed.
There is an ATM in each of the terminals at Budapest Ferihegy Airport, a well as post offices and bureaux de change counters. Cafés and restaurants provide food and beverages, such as Caffe Brio (Ferihegy 1), while a small selection of shops offer essential items, as well as some luxury goods. The main airport stores include Travel Value, Hugo Boss and the Fila Sport Shop.