According to EIB website, the project comprises a number of investments at Budapest Airport that are mainly aimed at accommodating future growth in traffic and continuing to ensure highest airport safety and security standards are maintained. Works include the construction of the new Pier B, a possible new Terminal 3, the renewal of the airfield ground lighting, the construction of a new cargo city and a range of other landside and airside enhancements. The upgrade of the baggage handling system with the most recent Standard 3 machines is also included. The project will increase the handling capacity of the airport to accommodate the expectable future demand, strengthen the Airport's operational resilience and improve passenger's experience.
Budapest Airport Zrt. operates an international airport in Budapest, Hungary. Its services include shops, car rental, taxi booking, parking, meeting room, baggage trolley service, baggage wrapping, porter service, renting mobile desks, park and wash services, terminal services, WiFi service, and commercial services. Its facilities include restaurants and lounge.
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