7 new flights from Budapest
Posted by Mia Balogh · Sep 3, 2018

Wow: more than half dozen new flights will premiere before spring of 2019, making possible even a one-day trip from Budapest to London, for example.

It doesn’t even feel like fall has really arrived but we have already big news for the upcoming autumn-winter season. New flights and destinations will be available from Budapest with Wizz Air, easyJet and Polish airlines LOT.

Wizz Air will fly twice weekly to Doncaster Sheffield in Britain and also twice weekly to Eilat-Ovda in Israel. EasyJet will fly to London-Southend and also to Manchester twice a week. LOT will operate 12 weekly flights to London-City Airport. Doncaster Sheffield and London-City will be new destinations from Budapest, just like two further cities: Marseille and Amman in Jordan.

Flights to the two latter destinations will be operated from the end of October, just like to Doncaster. Eilat-Ovda, Manchester and London-Southend will be available from the first days of November while reaching London City from Budapest within a couple of hours will be possible from 19 February.

This destination is also exciting because it will be possible to make a one-day trip from Budapest. Every weekday, flights are planned to depart Budapest at 7am to arrive at London City at 8:45am, and also depart LCY at 7:30pm to reach BUD at 11pm. So no overnight stay might be needed for a short business meeting or a surprise trip for your loved ones. ;)

Well, we already can’t wait to try it! Like and share our article if you agree with us. ;)

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