AMS’ three new ambulances operating with compressed natural gas entered service at Budapest Airport

BUDAPEST, Hungary, 2018-Dec-07 — /Travel PR News/ — AMS, the company providing the assistance service for persons with reduced mobility (PRM) at Budapest Airport, has commissioned three new ambulances operating with compressed natural gas. The Airport Medical Service helped more than fifty thousand PRMs cover the distance between the terminal and the aircraft last year. Three… Read the full press release

Budapest Airport awarded the carbon-neutral accreditation by Airport Council International

BUDAPEST, Hungary, 2018-Apr-26 — /Travel PR News/ — Another major international environmental award has been received by Budapest Airport: ACI (Airports Council International) confirmed that Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport achieved the so-called “carbon-neutral” accreditation. The accreditation program launched by ACI has found that the operation of Budapest Airport maintains a balance of energy consumption and… Read the full press release

BUD Gallery exhibition space opens at Budapest Airport

Budapest, Hungary, 2013-11-11 — /travelprnews.com/ — Budapest Airport inaugurated an exhibition space along the corridor linking the arrivals levels of Terminals 2A and 2B. The exhibition area, called BUD Gallery, will primarily be used to accommodate photography exhibitions. First to be displayed are a series of photographs depicting the works of contemporary Hungarian jewelry designers. The new… Read the full press release

Budapest Airport invested EUR 1M in ground run-up enclosure project at Ferenc Liszt International Airport

2013-06-28 — /travelprnews.com/ — Budapest Airport completed a state-of-the-art ground run-up enclosure (engine testing site) at Ferenc Liszt International Airport investing about HUF 300 million. The structure assembled from special sound insulation and jet blast deflector panels was officially inaugurated today. The project – included in the noise protection program of Budapest Airport – had no… Read the full press release