Budapest Airport extends parking lots by 40%

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For the summer peak this year Budapest Airport in Hungary has created more than 1,000 new parking spaces, representing a capacity increase of approximately 40%.

The €2m (US$2.2m) development also included the completion of covered walkways from the terminal to the car parks, offering passengers protection against the elements. All car parks feature license plate recognition and CCTV cameras.

Manel Moreno, head of landside commercial services, Budapest Airport, said, “My advice to people planning their holidays is that they should book their parking spaces in advance on our website, as we are having excellent promotions which will help them to save thousands of forints per week when they use our parking lots.

“We try to adjust to the needs of drivers day-by-day with our flexible pricing, and our ongoing development projects will make our service more convenient to use. This year we have increased our capacity by 40% – the airport has never implemented such a major extension of parking facilities before.”

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