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The airport is located 16 km southeast of Budapest city centre.
The airport serves as a base for Ryanair and Wizzair and counts with connections to Middle East, North America and Africa. More than 40 airlines currently operates flying from/to Budapest Airport.

Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport has 2 terminals: Terminal 2A handles all flight from/to the Schengen countries and flights from all other destinations operate at Terminal 2B. The two terminals are very close to each other, in fact, they are in the same building. The average transfer time to the city center is approx 30-40 minutes.

The transfer between T2A and T2B can be made on foot across the SkyCourt building.

Terminal 2A: It is the terminal that operates all Schengen flights.

Terminal 2B: The terminal operates the non-Schengen flights.

The Budapest Airport shuttle №200Е will take you to the centre in around 30 minutes.
There is also the Budapest Airport bus №900 running at nighttime (from 11:00 p.m. to 04:00 a.m.) at a 30-minute interval.

This bus goes to Bajcsy-Zsilinszky metro station.

Regular rail services are operated by the Hungarian State Railways (MAV). There are many trains going through the train station located near the Terminal 1, and all of them make a stop in Budapest. The duration of the trip by train from Budapest Airport to city centre is 30 minutes. The Budapest Airport train service is not available at night.