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LOT to fly from Budapest to Bucharest and Brussels
Starting from September 2, 2019, LOT Polish Airlines will operate flights to the Belgian and Romanian capitals twice a day (twelve times a week) with a modern Embraer 195 aircraft based in Budapest, Budapest Airport has announced.
Diplomacy&Trade online | February 14, 2019

A statement by Budapest Airport points out that Brussels is an important business center and headquarters for the most important institutions in the EU. A convenient timetable will allow to travel to Brussels on business purposes within one day and to return to Budapest without the necessity of staying overnight.

Flights between Budapest and Bucharest are introduced in order to respond to needs of passengers travelling often between the two cities. Romania is an important business partner to Hungary and significant tourist destination.

The timetable of the two connections was planned so as to develop Budapest’s Ferenc Liszt International Airport as a hub, thereby helping build transfer traffic via the airport in the capital city of Hungary.

“Fulfilling the promise given to Hungarian passengers, LOT continues to grow in Budapest. Now we announce a new direct flights to important cities in Europe and in the world. After London City, it's time for services to Brussels and Bucharest, the capitals with so far underserved connections by the full service airline. From now on, only LOT offers three classes of travel onboard comfortable Embraer jets,” according to LOT CEO Rafał Milczarski.

As the CEO of Budapest Airport, Jost Lammers pointed out, “Budapest Airport warmly welcomes the further increase of destinations offered by LOT Polish Airlines from Hungary.  Together with the trans-Atlantic flights, Warsaw, Kraków and London City connections later this month, will continue to keep LOT among the best developing carriers at our airport.”


   
   
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