Budapest Airport Operating Despite Malév's Collapse

  • 3 Feb 2012 8:08 AM
Budapest Airport Operating Despite Malév's Collapse
"Budapest Airport is continously operating despite the suspension of Malév's flights. We are working to ensure that passengers with Malév tickets shall arrive to their destination by rebooking on other airlines.

Passengers entitled to rerouting

Under the provisions of a government decree coming into force on 31 January 2012, those passengers who purchased a valid air ticket prior to the closure of Malév, and whose air ticket for a Malév flight gave them the right to travel on the day of closure or within three calendar days following this, are entitled to assistance.

Furthermore, this entitlement extends to those who travelled to their destination on the day of closure of Malév or prior to this and who hold a valid air ticket for the return flight on a Malév flight for a date not later than 29 February 2012. Please forward your claim to

For Those passengers where it is necessary to fly today:

The Following flight tickets will be accepted to Paris with Air France(MA 6574, MA 6576, MA 6578, AF 1395, AF 1995, AF 2395) Please go to Terminal 2A!

New flight tickets can be purchased from other airlines ticketing counters who can transport you to your final destination including:

• Air France
• Alitalia
• Swiss
• Austrian Airlines
• Turkish Airlines
• SN Brussel
• Qatar
• El-Al
• Aeroflot
• Norwegian
• Gemanwings

Discounted tickets are also provided by
• British Airways - London-Heathrow
• Lufthansa Frankfurt, Munchen, Dusseldorf
• Wizzair by Go4 stand at Terminal 2b for the following directions - Stockholm, London -Luton, Einthoven, Dortmund, Brüsszel, Róma, Malmő, Frankfurt – Hann, Göteborg, Helsinki, Madrid, Milánó – Bergamo, Marosvásárhely
• Easyjet - London – Gatwick, London – Luton, Paris – Orly, Berlin

This information is correct at the time of print 13:00 3rd february 2012 and can change at any time."

Source: Budapest Airport

  • How does this content make you feel?