Known simply as the Budapest International Airport, in Hungarian its denomination is more extensive, “Ferihegyi Nemzetközi Repülőtér” but it is usually reduced to Ferihegyi. Currently receiving flights from London, Munich, Tenerife and many European cities, it is a busy terminal.
Has three terminals, 1, 2A and 2B, the first one has been modernized recently and is used by economic airlines, while terminal 2A is only for flights of the Hungarian airline Malév. Finally the 2B is for international flights and various airlines.
To get to the city you can take 30 minutes, if you want to travel comfortably we recommend you take a taxi, there is a stop when leaving the airport, the average fare is 24 to 30 euros, while on the bus you will only be charged 6 euros, you must take line 200 and it will take you to the station Köbánya-Kispest Metro. Another means of transport are Minibus leaving the airport, they take you where you want but you must wait for the seats to be filled, the cost is approximately 11 euros.