A new taxi operator started operationg from Ferihegy. Zóna taxi offers low prices and high quality level of services. At the same time, pre-ordered taxis can be ordered as usual at the airport. Further details on Zóna taxi here.
Similarly to all airports, Budapest Airport also operates a ‘shuttle service’ called as ‘Airport Minibus’. Passengers are taken to the previously requested address by microbuses with eight to eleven seats. Our multi-language speaking drivers know Budapest and its traffic, including the simplest and fastest routes, very well. Our guests who use the Minibus can get into direct contact with the Airport and might obtain information about the required flights already during of the journey.
By Minibus from the Airport
In the arrival-level passenger hall our passengers are received at our customer service where they may, in addition to purchasing tickets, reserve a hotel room. The ‘Budapest Card’ allowing use of preferences when you purchase your ticket is available here. Our buses depart depending on the number of passengers. Each bus carries those passengers who travel to the same direction. If the duration of waiting is expected to exceed 20 minutes, our staff will inform you accordingly. If the duration of waiting exceeds 30 minutes, the full-fare and return tickets purchased at the site may be returned.
Tickets are available at the Airport Minibus counter in the arrival-level passenger hall of Ferihegy Airport. The Airport Minibus counters are open between 05.00 a.m. and 01.00 a.m. at the Terminals.
By Minibus to the Airport
The Minibus ordered arrives at the requested address at the time agreed when ordered and takes our guest to Ferihegy within the shortest possible time. The Minibus may be ordered in advance by phone not later than 24 hours before the departure time of your flight.
Phone No.: (+361) 296-8555
Fax: (+361) 296-8993
The phone booking service is available each day between 06.00 a.m. and 10.00 p.m..
By metro and bus
Budapest Airport is relatively well accessible also by Public Transportation Means. Passengers are taken by a direct bus service from Terminals 1 and 2, called the Bus 200 to Köbánya-Kispest metro terminal. The new service from BKV adjusts much better to the passenger traffic at the airport: it is larger so bigger luggages can be transported; it operates more frequently; and it operates for longer hours provideing a link between the city and the airport even after mindnight and at early dawn.
Bus 93 operates from Terminal 1 to Kőbánya-Kispest Metro Station. By the 'blue’ (3) Metro you can reach Deák Ferenc Square in the City in 20 minutes. Public Transportation Means can be used for a fare: the one-way through-ticket costs HUF 185 (50 cents) [210 HUF when buying on the bus from the driver]. For more information about the public transportation of Budapest see www.bkv.hu.
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