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Pannonhalmaʼs Benedictines Enter Hotel Business
A 300-year-old building complex that is part of the Benedictine Archabbey of Pannonhalma, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in northwest Hungary, is to be expanded into a four-star hotel through an investment of HUF 5 billion. The government will support the project with a HUF 2.95 bln grant. more »
Consulate In Ukraine Warns Travellers
Hungary’s consulate general in Uzhgorod is warning tourist groups bound for Ukraine to be extra cautious and circumspect of attacks on foreign tourist buses. more »
State Secretary Holds Talks About Budapest-Casablanca Direct Flight In Rabat
Hungarian foreign ministry state secretary Levente Magyar attended the third session of the Hungarian-Moroccan joint economic committee in Rabat on Friday which focused on boosting tourism ties. more »

CEE Aviation Conference 2017, Budapest, 21 - 22 November


CEE Aviation Conference 2017, Budapest, 21 - 22 November
The CEE Aviation Conference 2017 will cover the latest industry news and updates, current technologies and future trends of the aviation sector. We also aim to analyze airline and airport business development strategies in the CEE region, all while providing business networking opportunities for guests, sponsors, speakers and the media. more »

Ryanair: New Cabin Bag Policy Delayed Until 15th January 2018


Ryanair: New Cabin Bag Policy Delayed Until 15th January 2018
Ryanair, Europe’s No 1 airline, today, confirmed that it will delay its new cabin bag policy until 15th January 2018 to allow customers more time to adjust to the changes, particularly during the busy Christmas period. Ryanair’s new bags policy includes cuts to checked bag fees (from €35 to €25) to encourage more customers to check in bags and reduce the volume of carry-on bags. more »

Local Opinion: Government Plans To Further Boost Tourism


Local Opinion: Government Plans To Further Boost Tourism
A pro-government commentator welcomes the Prime Minister’s plan to increase government spending on tourism. A left-wing columnist, on the other hand, accuses the government of intending to channel subsidies into the pockets of friends and relatives. more »



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