Budapest International Airport (IATA code BUD) is officially named Budapest Franz Liszt International Airport after the famous pianist and composer and is serving the capital Budapest, being the biggest of the five airports in the country. It provides connections to European cities and many destinations in Africa, Middle East, Asia and North America, handling more than ten million travellers each year. Budapest International Airport is positioned 16 km from the center of the city in southeastern direction. Its latest renovation included an expansion of Terminal 2A-2B which are connected with the new SkyCourt terminal building with adding of lounges, shops and restaurants. More refurbishments are to be done as well. Terminals 1 and 2 are connected with a bus line. Budapest International Airport could be reached by regular trains that connected Terminal 1 to Budapest western railway station. There is also a bus that connects the station and Terminal 2. There are also shuttle bus service, taxis and offices of the main rental companies. The available facilities at the Budapest Franz Liszt International Airport include two meeting rooms, business extras, various facilities for the disabled travellers, short- and long-term car parking zones. The rest of the terminal facilities include ATM machines, bank offices, many restaurants and bars. There are also plenty of shops and a duty-free zone, a post office and a chapel. In addition, there is an open-air museum of aircraft and Wi-Fi internet.  

Latitude 47
Longitude 19
Full name Budapest
Alternative names Budapest Franz Liszt International Airport
Address 1675 Budapest Ferihegy, PO Box 53 , Hungary
Phone +36 (1) 296 9696/7000
Owner Budapest Ferihegy International Airport Operating Plc.