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Airlines Updates
Published on 22.09.2021, Wizz Air:

Wizz Air to suspend seven EX-YU routes over winter.

Published on 14.09.2021, Wizz Air:

Budget carrier Wizz Air Abu Dhabi has an eye out for Saudi, Kuwait flights

Published on 14.09.2021, Wizz Air:

Budapest Airport’s rising schedule with Wizz Air

Published on 13.09.2021, Wizz Air:

Wizz Air introduces a direct flight between Suceava and Brussels, the third operator on the route

Published on 10.09.2021, Wizz Air:

Wizz Air announces additional routes from Romania to Spain, Belgium

Published on 06.09.2021, Wizz Air:

Wizz Air Shifts Some Abu Dhabi Routes To Dubai Citing Restrictions

Published on 17.08.2021
Wizz Air: Further Expand In Sarajevo By Adding 2nd Aircraft And 7 New Routes
Source: https://www.marketscreener.com/quote/stock/WIZZ-AIR-HOLDINGS-PLC-21163062/news/WIZZ-AIR-FURTHER-EXPAND-IN-SARAJEVO-BY-ADDING-2nd-AIRCRAFT-AND-7-NEW-ROUTES-36173718/
Published on 16.08.2021
Hungary’s Wizz Air to shutter bases in Dortmund and Riga
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/106798-hungarys-wizz-air-to-shutter-bases-in-dortmund-and-riga
Published on 13.08.2021
Wizz Air adds sixth aircraft and four new routes to Tirana base (Albania)
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/wizz-air-adds-sixth-aircraft-and-four-new-routes-to-tirana-base-albania/
Published on 10.08.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi adds new GCC route to Bahrain
Source: https://www.khaleejtimes.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-adds-new-gcc-route-to-bahrain
Published on 05.08.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to begin flights to Tirana and Sarajevo
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-begin-flights-to-tirana-and-sarajevo/
Published on 07.08.2021
Eurowings starts Armenia flights
Source: https://armenpress.am/eng/news/1060157/
Published on 04.08.2021
European aviation capacity: Wizzair and Ryanair lead recovery
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/analysis/reports/european-aviation-capacity-wizzair-and-ryanair-lead-recovery-570094
Published on 20.07.2021
Wizz Air launches new flights from Liverpool to Rome
Source: https://travel-news.co.uk/12766/2021/07/wizz-air-launches-new-flights-from-liverpool-to-rome/
Published on 19.07.2021
Wizz Air flights set to take off from Cardiff Airport
Source: https://www.wales247.co.uk/wizz-air-flights-set-to-take-off-from-cardiff-airport
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 17.08.2021
Wizz Air: Further Expand In Sarajevo By Adding 2nd Aircraft And 7 New Routes
Source: https://www.marketscreener.com/quote/stock/WIZZ-AIR-HOLDINGS-PLC-21163062/news/WIZZ-AIR-FURTHER-EXPAND-IN-SARAJEVO-BY-ADDING-2nd-AIRCRAFT-AND-7-NEW-ROUTES-36173718/
Published on 16.08.2021
Hungary’s Wizz Air to shutter bases in Dortmund and Riga
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/106798-hungarys-wizz-air-to-shutter-bases-in-dortmund-and-riga
Published on 13.08.2021
Wizz Air adds sixth aircraft and four new routes to Tirana base (Albania)
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/wizz-air-adds-sixth-aircraft-and-four-new-routes-to-tirana-base-albania/
Published on 10.08.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi adds new GCC route to Bahrain
Source: https://www.khaleejtimes.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-adds-new-gcc-route-to-bahrain
Published on 05.08.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to begin flights to Tirana and Sarajevo
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-begin-flights-to-tirana-and-sarajevo/
Published on 07.08.2021
Eurowings starts Armenia flights
Source: https://armenpress.am/eng/news/1060157/
Published on 04.08.2021
European aviation capacity: Wizzair and Ryanair lead recovery
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/analysis/reports/european-aviation-capacity-wizzair-and-ryanair-lead-recovery-570094
Published on 20.07.2021
Wizz Air launches new flights from Liverpool to Rome
Source: https://travel-news.co.uk/12766/2021/07/wizz-air-launches-new-flights-from-liverpool-to-rome/
Published on 19.07.2021
Wizz Air flights set to take off from Cardiff Airport
Source: https://www.wales247.co.uk/wizz-air-flights-set-to-take-off-from-cardiff-airport
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 17.08.2021
Wizz Air: Further Expand In Sarajevo By Adding 2nd Aircraft And 7 New Routes
Source: https://www.marketscreener.com/quote/stock/WIZZ-AIR-HOLDINGS-PLC-21163062/news/WIZZ-AIR-FURTHER-EXPAND-IN-SARAJEVO-BY-ADDING-2nd-AIRCRAFT-AND-7-NEW-ROUTES-36173718/
Published on 16.08.2021
Hungary’s Wizz Air to shutter bases in Dortmund and Riga
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/106798-hungarys-wizz-air-to-shutter-bases-in-dortmund-and-riga
Published on 13.08.2021
Wizz Air adds sixth aircraft and four new routes to Tirana base (Albania)
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/wizz-air-adds-sixth-aircraft-and-four-new-routes-to-tirana-base-albania/
Published on 10.08.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi adds new GCC route to Bahrain
Source: https://www.khaleejtimes.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-adds-new-gcc-route-to-bahrain
Published on 05.08.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to begin flights to Tirana and Sarajevo
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-begin-flights-to-tirana-and-sarajevo/
Published on 07.08.2021
Eurowings starts Armenia flights
Source: https://armenpress.am/eng/news/1060157/
Published on 04.08.2021
European aviation capacity: Wizzair and Ryanair lead recovery
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/analysis/reports/european-aviation-capacity-wizzair-and-ryanair-lead-recovery-570094
Published on 20.07.2021
Wizz Air launches new flights from Liverpool to Rome
Source: https://travel-news.co.uk/12766/2021/07/wizz-air-launches-new-flights-from-liverpool-to-rome/
Published on 19.07.2021
Wizz Air flights set to take off from Cardiff Airport
Source: https://www.wales247.co.uk/wizz-air-flights-set-to-take-off-from-cardiff-airport
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 17.08.2021
Wizz Air: Further Expand In Sarajevo By Adding 2nd Aircraft And 7 New Routes
Source: https://www.marketscreener.com/quote/stock/WIZZ-AIR-HOLDINGS-PLC-21163062/news/WIZZ-AIR-FURTHER-EXPAND-IN-SARAJEVO-BY-ADDING-2nd-AIRCRAFT-AND-7-NEW-ROUTES-36173718/
Published on 16.08.2021
Hungary’s Wizz Air to shutter bases in Dortmund and Riga
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/106798-hungarys-wizz-air-to-shutter-bases-in-dortmund-and-riga
Published on 13.08.2021
Wizz Air adds sixth aircraft and four new routes to Tirana base (Albania)
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/wizz-air-adds-sixth-aircraft-and-four-new-routes-to-tirana-base-albania/
Published on 10.08.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi adds new GCC route to Bahrain
Source: https://www.khaleejtimes.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-adds-new-gcc-route-to-bahrain
Published on 05.08.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to begin flights to Tirana and Sarajevo
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-begin-flights-to-tirana-and-sarajevo/
Published on 07.08.2021
Eurowings starts Armenia flights
Source: https://armenpress.am/eng/news/1060157/
Published on 04.08.2021
European aviation capacity: Wizzair and Ryanair lead recovery
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/analysis/reports/european-aviation-capacity-wizzair-and-ryanair-lead-recovery-570094
Published on 20.07.2021
Wizz Air launches new flights from Liverpool to Rome
Source: https://travel-news.co.uk/12766/2021/07/wizz-air-launches-new-flights-from-liverpool-to-rome/
Published on 19.07.2021
Wizz Air flights set to take off from Cardiff Airport
Source: https://www.wales247.co.uk/wizz-air-flights-set-to-take-off-from-cardiff-airport
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 17.08.2021
Wizz Air: Further Expand In Sarajevo By Adding 2nd Aircraft And 7 New Routes
Source: https://www.marketscreener.com/quote/stock/WIZZ-AIR-HOLDINGS-PLC-21163062/news/WIZZ-AIR-FURTHER-EXPAND-IN-SARAJEVO-BY-ADDING-2nd-AIRCRAFT-AND-7-NEW-ROUTES-36173718/
Published on 16.08.2021
Hungary’s Wizz Air to shutter bases in Dortmund and Riga
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/106798-hungarys-wizz-air-to-shutter-bases-in-dortmund-and-riga
Published on 13.08.2021
Wizz Air adds sixth aircraft and four new routes to Tirana base (Albania)
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/wizz-air-adds-sixth-aircraft-and-four-new-routes-to-tirana-base-albania/
Published on 10.08.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi adds new GCC route to Bahrain
Source: https://www.khaleejtimes.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-adds-new-gcc-route-to-bahrain
Published on 05.08.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to begin flights to Tirana and Sarajevo
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-begin-flights-to-tirana-and-sarajevo/
Published on 07.08.2021
Eurowings starts Armenia flights
Source: https://armenpress.am/eng/news/1060157/
Published on 04.08.2021
European aviation capacity: Wizzair and Ryanair lead recovery
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/analysis/reports/european-aviation-capacity-wizzair-and-ryanair-lead-recovery-570094
Published on 20.07.2021
Wizz Air launches new flights from Liverpool to Rome
Source: https://travel-news.co.uk/12766/2021/07/wizz-air-launches-new-flights-from-liverpool-to-rome/
Published on 19.07.2021
Wizz Air flights set to take off from Cardiff Airport
Source: https://www.wales247.co.uk/wizz-air-flights-set-to-take-off-from-cardiff-airport
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 17.08.2021
Wizz Air: Further Expand In Sarajevo By Adding 2nd Aircraft And 7 New Routes
Source: https://www.marketscreener.com/quote/stock/WIZZ-AIR-HOLDINGS-PLC-21163062/news/WIZZ-AIR-FURTHER-EXPAND-IN-SARAJEVO-BY-ADDING-2nd-AIRCRAFT-AND-7-NEW-ROUTES-36173718/
Published on 16.08.2021
Hungary’s Wizz Air to shutter bases in Dortmund and Riga
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/106798-hungarys-wizz-air-to-shutter-bases-in-dortmund-and-riga
Published on 13.08.2021
Wizz Air adds sixth aircraft and four new routes to Tirana base (Albania)
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/wizz-air-adds-sixth-aircraft-and-four-new-routes-to-tirana-base-albania/
Published on 10.08.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi adds new GCC route to Bahrain
Source: https://www.khaleejtimes.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-adds-new-gcc-route-to-bahrain
Published on 05.08.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to begin flights to Tirana and Sarajevo
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-begin-flights-to-tirana-and-sarajevo/
Published on 07.08.2021
Eurowings starts Armenia flights
Source: https://armenpress.am/eng/news/1060157/
Published on 04.08.2021
European aviation capacity: Wizzair and Ryanair lead recovery
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/analysis/reports/european-aviation-capacity-wizzair-and-ryanair-lead-recovery-570094
Published on 20.07.2021
Wizz Air launches new flights from Liverpool to Rome
Source: https://travel-news.co.uk/12766/2021/07/wizz-air-launches-new-flights-from-liverpool-to-rome/
Published on 19.07.2021
Wizz Air flights set to take off from Cardiff Airport
Source: https://www.wales247.co.uk/wizz-air-flights-set-to-take-off-from-cardiff-airport
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 17.08.2021
Wizz Air: Further Expand In Sarajevo By Adding 2nd Aircraft And 7 New Routes
Source: https://www.marketscreener.com/quote/stock/WIZZ-AIR-HOLDINGS-PLC-21163062/news/WIZZ-AIR-FURTHER-EXPAND-IN-SARAJEVO-BY-ADDING-2nd-AIRCRAFT-AND-7-NEW-ROUTES-36173718/
Published on 16.08.2021
Hungary’s Wizz Air to shutter bases in Dortmund and Riga
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/106798-hungarys-wizz-air-to-shutter-bases-in-dortmund-and-riga
Published on 13.08.2021
Wizz Air adds sixth aircraft and four new routes to Tirana base (Albania)
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/wizz-air-adds-sixth-aircraft-and-four-new-routes-to-tirana-base-albania/
Published on 10.08.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi adds new GCC route to Bahrain
Source: https://www.khaleejtimes.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-adds-new-gcc-route-to-bahrain
Published on 05.08.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to begin flights to Tirana and Sarajevo
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-begin-flights-to-tirana-and-sarajevo/
Published on 07.08.2021
Eurowings starts Armenia flights
Source: https://armenpress.am/eng/news/1060157/
Published on 04.08.2021
European aviation capacity: Wizzair and Ryanair lead recovery
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/analysis/reports/european-aviation-capacity-wizzair-and-ryanair-lead-recovery-570094
Published on 20.07.2021
Wizz Air launches new flights from Liverpool to Rome
Source: https://travel-news.co.uk/12766/2021/07/wizz-air-launches-new-flights-from-liverpool-to-rome/
Published on 19.07.2021
Wizz Air flights set to take off from Cardiff Airport
Source: https://www.wales247.co.uk/wizz-air-flights-set-to-take-off-from-cardiff-airport
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 17.08.2021
Wizz Air: Further Expand In Sarajevo By Adding 2nd Aircraft And 7 New Routes
Source: https://www.marketscreener.com/quote/stock/WIZZ-AIR-HOLDINGS-PLC-21163062/news/WIZZ-AIR-FURTHER-EXPAND-IN-SARAJEVO-BY-ADDING-2nd-AIRCRAFT-AND-7-NEW-ROUTES-36173718/
Published on 16.08.2021
Hungary’s Wizz Air to shutter bases in Dortmund and Riga
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/106798-hungarys-wizz-air-to-shutter-bases-in-dortmund-and-riga
Published on 13.08.2021
Wizz Air adds sixth aircraft and four new routes to Tirana base (Albania)
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/wizz-air-adds-sixth-aircraft-and-four-new-routes-to-tirana-base-albania/
Published on 10.08.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi adds new GCC route to Bahrain
Source: https://www.khaleejtimes.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-adds-new-gcc-route-to-bahrain
Published on 05.08.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to begin flights to Tirana and Sarajevo
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-begin-flights-to-tirana-and-sarajevo/
Published on 07.08.2021
Eurowings starts Armenia flights
Source: https://armenpress.am/eng/news/1060157/
Published on 04.08.2021
European aviation capacity: Wizzair and Ryanair lead recovery
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/analysis/reports/european-aviation-capacity-wizzair-and-ryanair-lead-recovery-570094
Published on 20.07.2021
Wizz Air launches new flights from Liverpool to Rome
Source: https://travel-news.co.uk/12766/2021/07/wizz-air-launches-new-flights-from-liverpool-to-rome/
Published on 19.07.2021
Wizz Air flights set to take off from Cardiff Airport
Source: https://www.wales247.co.uk/wizz-air-flights-set-to-take-off-from-cardiff-airport
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 17.08.2021
Wizz Air: Further Expand In Sarajevo By Adding 2nd Aircraft And 7 New Routes
Source: https://www.marketscreener.com/quote/stock/WIZZ-AIR-HOLDINGS-PLC-21163062/news/WIZZ-AIR-FURTHER-EXPAND-IN-SARAJEVO-BY-ADDING-2nd-AIRCRAFT-AND-7-NEW-ROUTES-36173718/
Published on 16.08.2021
Hungary’s Wizz Air to shutter bases in Dortmund and Riga
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/106798-hungarys-wizz-air-to-shutter-bases-in-dortmund-and-riga
Published on 13.08.2021
Wizz Air adds sixth aircraft and four new routes to Tirana base (Albania)
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/wizz-air-adds-sixth-aircraft-and-four-new-routes-to-tirana-base-albania/
Published on 10.08.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi adds new GCC route to Bahrain
Source: https://www.khaleejtimes.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-adds-new-gcc-route-to-bahrain
Published on 05.08.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to begin flights to Tirana and Sarajevo
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-begin-flights-to-tirana-and-sarajevo/
Published on 07.08.2021
Eurowings starts Armenia flights
Source: https://armenpress.am/eng/news/1060157/
Published on 04.08.2021
European aviation capacity: Wizzair and Ryanair lead recovery
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/analysis/reports/european-aviation-capacity-wizzair-and-ryanair-lead-recovery-570094
Published on 20.07.2021
Wizz Air launches new flights from Liverpool to Rome
Source: https://travel-news.co.uk/12766/2021/07/wizz-air-launches-new-flights-from-liverpool-to-rome/
Published on 19.07.2021
Wizz Air flights set to take off from Cardiff Airport
Source: https://www.wales247.co.uk/wizz-air-flights-set-to-take-off-from-cardiff-airport
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 17.08.2021
Wizz Air: Further Expand In Sarajevo By Adding 2nd Aircraft And 7 New Routes
Source: https://www.marketscreener.com/quote/stock/WIZZ-AIR-HOLDINGS-PLC-21163062/news/WIZZ-AIR-FURTHER-EXPAND-IN-SARAJEVO-BY-ADDING-2nd-AIRCRAFT-AND-7-NEW-ROUTES-36173718/
Published on 16.08.2021
Hungary’s Wizz Air to shutter bases in Dortmund and Riga
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/106798-hungarys-wizz-air-to-shutter-bases-in-dortmund-and-riga
Published on 13.08.2021
Wizz Air adds sixth aircraft and four new routes to Tirana base (Albania)
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/wizz-air-adds-sixth-aircraft-and-four-new-routes-to-tirana-base-albania/
Published on 10.08.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi adds new GCC route to Bahrain
Source: https://www.khaleejtimes.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-adds-new-gcc-route-to-bahrain
Published on 05.08.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to begin flights to Tirana and Sarajevo
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-begin-flights-to-tirana-and-sarajevo/
Published on 07.08.2021
Eurowings starts Armenia flights
Source: https://armenpress.am/eng/news/1060157/
Published on 04.08.2021
European aviation capacity: Wizzair and Ryanair lead recovery
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/analysis/reports/european-aviation-capacity-wizzair-and-ryanair-lead-recovery-570094
Published on 20.07.2021
Wizz Air launches new flights from Liverpool to Rome
Source: https://travel-news.co.uk/12766/2021/07/wizz-air-launches-new-flights-from-liverpool-to-rome/
Published on 19.07.2021
Wizz Air flights set to take off from Cardiff Airport
Source: https://www.wales247.co.uk/wizz-air-flights-set-to-take-off-from-cardiff-airport
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 17.08.2021
Wizz Air: Further Expand In Sarajevo By Adding 2nd Aircraft And 7 New Routes
Source: https://www.marketscreener.com/quote/stock/WIZZ-AIR-HOLDINGS-PLC-21163062/news/WIZZ-AIR-FURTHER-EXPAND-IN-SARAJEVO-BY-ADDING-2nd-AIRCRAFT-AND-7-NEW-ROUTES-36173718/
Published on 16.08.2021
Hungary’s Wizz Air to shutter bases in Dortmund and Riga
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/106798-hungarys-wizz-air-to-shutter-bases-in-dortmund-and-riga
Published on 13.08.2021
Wizz Air adds sixth aircraft and four new routes to Tirana base (Albania)
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/wizz-air-adds-sixth-aircraft-and-four-new-routes-to-tirana-base-albania/
Published on 10.08.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi adds new GCC route to Bahrain
Source: https://www.khaleejtimes.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-adds-new-gcc-route-to-bahrain
Published on 05.08.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to begin flights to Tirana and Sarajevo
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-begin-flights-to-tirana-and-sarajevo/
Published on 07.08.2021
Eurowings starts Armenia flights
Source: https://armenpress.am/eng/news/1060157/
Published on 04.08.2021
European aviation capacity: Wizzair and Ryanair lead recovery
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/analysis/reports/european-aviation-capacity-wizzair-and-ryanair-lead-recovery-570094
Published on 20.07.2021
Wizz Air launches new flights from Liverpool to Rome
Source: https://travel-news.co.uk/12766/2021/07/wizz-air-launches-new-flights-from-liverpool-to-rome/
Published on 19.07.2021
Wizz Air flights set to take off from Cardiff Airport
Source: https://www.wales247.co.uk/wizz-air-flights-set-to-take-off-from-cardiff-airport
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 17.08.2021
Wizz Air: Further Expand In Sarajevo By Adding 2nd Aircraft And 7 New Routes
Source: https://www.marketscreener.com/quote/stock/WIZZ-AIR-HOLDINGS-PLC-21163062/news/WIZZ-AIR-FURTHER-EXPAND-IN-SARAJEVO-BY-ADDING-2nd-AIRCRAFT-AND-7-NEW-ROUTES-36173718/
Published on 16.08.2021
Hungary’s Wizz Air to shutter bases in Dortmund and Riga
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/106798-hungarys-wizz-air-to-shutter-bases-in-dortmund-and-riga
Published on 13.08.2021
Wizz Air adds sixth aircraft and four new routes to Tirana base (Albania)
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/wizz-air-adds-sixth-aircraft-and-four-new-routes-to-tirana-base-albania/
Published on 10.08.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi adds new GCC route to Bahrain
Source: https://www.khaleejtimes.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-adds-new-gcc-route-to-bahrain
Published on 05.08.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to begin flights to Tirana and Sarajevo
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-begin-flights-to-tirana-and-sarajevo/
Published on 07.08.2021
Eurowings starts Armenia flights
Source: https://armenpress.am/eng/news/1060157/
Published on 04.08.2021
European aviation capacity: Wizzair and Ryanair lead recovery
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/analysis/reports/european-aviation-capacity-wizzair-and-ryanair-lead-recovery-570094
Published on 20.07.2021
Wizz Air launches new flights from Liverpool to Rome
Source: https://travel-news.co.uk/12766/2021/07/wizz-air-launches-new-flights-from-liverpool-to-rome/
Published on 19.07.2021
Wizz Air flights set to take off from Cardiff Airport
Source: https://www.wales247.co.uk/wizz-air-flights-set-to-take-off-from-cardiff-airport
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 16.08.2021
Hungary’s Wizz Air to shutter bases in Dortmund and Riga
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/106798-hungarys-wizz-air-to-shutter-bases-in-dortmund-and-riga
Published on 13.08.2021
Wizz Air adds sixth aircraft and four new routes to Tirana base (Albania)
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/wizz-air-adds-sixth-aircraft-and-four-new-routes-to-tirana-base-albania/
Published on 10.08.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi adds new GCC route to Bahrain
Source: https://www.khaleejtimes.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-adds-new-gcc-route-to-bahrain
Published on 05.08.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to begin flights to Tirana and Sarajevo
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-begin-flights-to-tirana-and-sarajevo/
Published on 07.08.2021
Eurowings starts Armenia flights
Source: https://armenpress.am/eng/news/1060157/
Published on 04.08.2021
European aviation capacity: Wizzair and Ryanair lead recovery
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/analysis/reports/european-aviation-capacity-wizzair-and-ryanair-lead-recovery-570094
Published on 20.07.2021
Wizz Air launches new flights from Liverpool to Rome
Source: https://travel-news.co.uk/12766/2021/07/wizz-air-launches-new-flights-from-liverpool-to-rome/
Published on 19.07.2021
Wizz Air flights set to take off from Cardiff Airport
Source: https://www.wales247.co.uk/wizz-air-flights-set-to-take-off-from-cardiff-airport
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 16.08.2021
Hungary’s Wizz Air to shutter bases in Dortmund and Riga
Source: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/106798-hungarys-wizz-air-to-shutter-bases-in-dortmund-and-riga
Published on 13.08.2021
Wizz Air adds sixth aircraft and four new routes to Tirana base (Albania)
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/wizz-air-adds-sixth-aircraft-and-four-new-routes-to-tirana-base-albania/
Published on 10.08.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi adds new GCC route to Bahrain
Source: https://www.khaleejtimes.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-adds-new-gcc-route-to-bahrain
Published on 05.08.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to begin flights to Tirana and Sarajevo
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-begin-flights-to-tirana-and-sarajevo/
Published on 07.08.2021
Eurowings starts Armenia flights
Source: https://armenpress.am/eng/news/1060157/
Published on 04.08.2021
European aviation capacity: Wizzair and Ryanair lead recovery
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/analysis/reports/european-aviation-capacity-wizzair-and-ryanair-lead-recovery-570094
Published on 20.07.2021
Wizz Air launches new flights from Liverpool to Rome
Source: https://travel-news.co.uk/12766/2021/07/wizz-air-launches-new-flights-from-liverpool-to-rome/
Published on 19.07.2021
Wizz Air flights set to take off from Cardiff Airport
Source: https://www.wales247.co.uk/wizz-air-flights-set-to-take-off-from-cardiff-airport
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 13.08.2021
Wizz Air adds sixth aircraft and four new routes to Tirana base (Albania)
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/wizz-air-adds-sixth-aircraft-and-four-new-routes-to-tirana-base-albania/
Published on 10.08.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi adds new GCC route to Bahrain
Source: https://www.khaleejtimes.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-adds-new-gcc-route-to-bahrain
Published on 05.08.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to begin flights to Tirana and Sarajevo
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-begin-flights-to-tirana-and-sarajevo/
Published on 07.08.2021
Eurowings starts Armenia flights
Source: https://armenpress.am/eng/news/1060157/
Published on 04.08.2021
European aviation capacity: Wizzair and Ryanair lead recovery
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/analysis/reports/european-aviation-capacity-wizzair-and-ryanair-lead-recovery-570094
Published on 20.07.2021
Wizz Air launches new flights from Liverpool to Rome
Source: https://travel-news.co.uk/12766/2021/07/wizz-air-launches-new-flights-from-liverpool-to-rome/
Published on 19.07.2021
Wizz Air flights set to take off from Cardiff Airport
Source: https://www.wales247.co.uk/wizz-air-flights-set-to-take-off-from-cardiff-airport
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 13.08.2021
Wizz Air adds sixth aircraft and four new routes to Tirana base (Albania)
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/wizz-air-adds-sixth-aircraft-and-four-new-routes-to-tirana-base-albania/
Published on 10.08.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi adds new GCC route to Bahrain
Source: https://www.khaleejtimes.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-adds-new-gcc-route-to-bahrain
Published on 05.08.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to begin flights to Tirana and Sarajevo
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-begin-flights-to-tirana-and-sarajevo/
Published on 07.08.2021
Eurowings starts Armenia flights
Source: https://armenpress.am/eng/news/1060157/
Published on 04.08.2021
European aviation capacity: Wizzair and Ryanair lead recovery
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/analysis/reports/european-aviation-capacity-wizzair-and-ryanair-lead-recovery-570094
Published on 20.07.2021
Wizz Air launches new flights from Liverpool to Rome
Source: https://travel-news.co.uk/12766/2021/07/wizz-air-launches-new-flights-from-liverpool-to-rome/
Published on 19.07.2021
Wizz Air flights set to take off from Cardiff Airport
Source: https://www.wales247.co.uk/wizz-air-flights-set-to-take-off-from-cardiff-airport
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 13.08.2021
Wizz Air adds sixth aircraft and four new routes to Tirana base (Albania)
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/wizz-air-adds-sixth-aircraft-and-four-new-routes-to-tirana-base-albania/
Published on 10.08.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi adds new GCC route to Bahrain
Source: https://www.khaleejtimes.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-adds-new-gcc-route-to-bahrain
Published on 05.08.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to begin flights to Tirana and Sarajevo
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-begin-flights-to-tirana-and-sarajevo/
Published on 07.08.2021
Eurowings starts Armenia flights
Source: https://armenpress.am/eng/news/1060157/
Published on 04.08.2021
European aviation capacity: Wizzair and Ryanair lead recovery
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/analysis/reports/european-aviation-capacity-wizzair-and-ryanair-lead-recovery-570094
Published on 20.07.2021
Wizz Air launches new flights from Liverpool to Rome
Source: https://travel-news.co.uk/12766/2021/07/wizz-air-launches-new-flights-from-liverpool-to-rome/
Published on 19.07.2021
Wizz Air flights set to take off from Cardiff Airport
Source: https://www.wales247.co.uk/wizz-air-flights-set-to-take-off-from-cardiff-airport
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 10.08.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi adds new GCC route to Bahrain
Source: https://www.khaleejtimes.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-adds-new-gcc-route-to-bahrain
Published on 05.08.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to begin flights to Tirana and Sarajevo
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-begin-flights-to-tirana-and-sarajevo/
Published on 07.08.2021
Eurowings starts Armenia flights
Source: https://armenpress.am/eng/news/1060157/
Published on 04.08.2021
European aviation capacity: Wizzair and Ryanair lead recovery
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/analysis/reports/european-aviation-capacity-wizzair-and-ryanair-lead-recovery-570094
Published on 20.07.2021
Wizz Air launches new flights from Liverpool to Rome
Source: https://travel-news.co.uk/12766/2021/07/wizz-air-launches-new-flights-from-liverpool-to-rome/
Published on 19.07.2021
Wizz Air flights set to take off from Cardiff Airport
Source: https://www.wales247.co.uk/wizz-air-flights-set-to-take-off-from-cardiff-airport
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 10.08.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi adds new GCC route to Bahrain
Source: https://www.khaleejtimes.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-adds-new-gcc-route-to-bahrain
Published on 05.08.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to begin flights to Tirana and Sarajevo
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-begin-flights-to-tirana-and-sarajevo/
Published on 07.08.2021
Eurowings starts Armenia flights
Source: https://armenpress.am/eng/news/1060157/
Published on 04.08.2021
European aviation capacity: Wizzair and Ryanair lead recovery
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/analysis/reports/european-aviation-capacity-wizzair-and-ryanair-lead-recovery-570094
Published on 20.07.2021
Wizz Air launches new flights from Liverpool to Rome
Source: https://travel-news.co.uk/12766/2021/07/wizz-air-launches-new-flights-from-liverpool-to-rome/
Published on 19.07.2021
Wizz Air flights set to take off from Cardiff Airport
Source: https://www.wales247.co.uk/wizz-air-flights-set-to-take-off-from-cardiff-airport
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 10.08.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi adds new GCC route to Bahrain
Source: https://www.khaleejtimes.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-adds-new-gcc-route-to-bahrain
Published on 05.08.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to begin flights to Tirana and Sarajevo
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-begin-flights-to-tirana-and-sarajevo/
Published on 07.08.2021
Eurowings starts Armenia flights
Source: https://armenpress.am/eng/news/1060157/
Published on 04.08.2021
European aviation capacity: Wizzair and Ryanair lead recovery
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/analysis/reports/european-aviation-capacity-wizzair-and-ryanair-lead-recovery-570094
Published on 20.07.2021
Wizz Air launches new flights from Liverpool to Rome
Source: https://travel-news.co.uk/12766/2021/07/wizz-air-launches-new-flights-from-liverpool-to-rome/
Published on 19.07.2021
Wizz Air flights set to take off from Cardiff Airport
Source: https://www.wales247.co.uk/wizz-air-flights-set-to-take-off-from-cardiff-airport
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 04.08.2021
European aviation capacity: Wizzair and Ryanair lead recovery
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/analysis/reports/european-aviation-capacity-wizzair-and-ryanair-lead-recovery-570094
Published on 20.07.2021
Wizz Air launches new flights from Liverpool to Rome
Source: https://travel-news.co.uk/12766/2021/07/wizz-air-launches-new-flights-from-liverpool-to-rome/
Published on 19.07.2021
Wizz Air flights set to take off from Cardiff Airport
Source: https://www.wales247.co.uk/wizz-air-flights-set-to-take-off-from-cardiff-airport
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 04.08.2021
European aviation capacity: Wizzair and Ryanair lead recovery
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/analysis/reports/european-aviation-capacity-wizzair-and-ryanair-lead-recovery-570094
Published on 20.07.2021
Wizz Air launches new flights from Liverpool to Rome
Source: https://travel-news.co.uk/12766/2021/07/wizz-air-launches-new-flights-from-liverpool-to-rome/
Published on 19.07.2021
Wizz Air flights set to take off from Cardiff Airport
Source: https://www.wales247.co.uk/wizz-air-flights-set-to-take-off-from-cardiff-airport
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 04.08.2021
European aviation capacity: Wizzair and Ryanair lead recovery
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/analysis/reports/european-aviation-capacity-wizzair-and-ryanair-lead-recovery-570094
Published on 20.07.2021
Wizz Air launches new flights from Liverpool to Rome
Source: https://travel-news.co.uk/12766/2021/07/wizz-air-launches-new-flights-from-liverpool-to-rome/
Published on 19.07.2021
Wizz Air flights set to take off from Cardiff Airport
Source: https://www.wales247.co.uk/wizz-air-flights-set-to-take-off-from-cardiff-airport
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 04.08.2021
European aviation capacity: Wizzair and Ryanair lead recovery
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/analysis/reports/european-aviation-capacity-wizzair-and-ryanair-lead-recovery-570094
Published on 20.07.2021
Wizz Air launches new flights from Liverpool to Rome
Source: https://travel-news.co.uk/12766/2021/07/wizz-air-launches-new-flights-from-liverpool-to-rome/
Published on 19.07.2021
Wizz Air flights set to take off from Cardiff Airport
Source: https://www.wales247.co.uk/wizz-air-flights-set-to-take-off-from-cardiff-airport
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 04.08.2021
European aviation capacity: Wizzair and Ryanair lead recovery
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/analysis/reports/european-aviation-capacity-wizzair-and-ryanair-lead-recovery-570094
Published on 20.07.2021
Wizz Air launches new flights from Liverpool to Rome
Source: https://travel-news.co.uk/12766/2021/07/wizz-air-launches-new-flights-from-liverpool-to-rome/
Published on 19.07.2021
Wizz Air flights set to take off from Cardiff Airport
Source: https://www.wales247.co.uk/wizz-air-flights-set-to-take-off-from-cardiff-airport
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 04.08.2021
European aviation capacity: Wizzair and Ryanair lead recovery
Source: https://centreforaviation.com/analysis/reports/european-aviation-capacity-wizzair-and-ryanair-lead-recovery-570094
Published on 20.07.2021
Wizz Air launches new flights from Liverpool to Rome
Source: https://travel-news.co.uk/12766/2021/07/wizz-air-launches-new-flights-from-liverpool-to-rome/
Published on 19.07.2021
Wizz Air flights set to take off from Cardiff Airport
Source: https://www.wales247.co.uk/wizz-air-flights-set-to-take-off-from-cardiff-airport
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 20.07.2021
Wizz Air launches new flights from Liverpool to Rome
Source: https://travel-news.co.uk/12766/2021/07/wizz-air-launches-new-flights-from-liverpool-to-rome/
Published on 19.07.2021
Wizz Air flights set to take off from Cardiff Airport
Source: https://www.wales247.co.uk/wizz-air-flights-set-to-take-off-from-cardiff-airport
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 30.06.2021
Wizz Air will resume flights from Kutaisi, Georgia, to six European countries from 01JUL21
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37176-wizz-air-to-resume-flights-from-kutaisi-to-six-more-destinations.html
Published on 29.06.2021
Wizz Air to return to Georgian Kutaisi International Airport
Source: https://en.trend.az/business/transport/3447358.html?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=8eb4d5547e96654e52d99233dfa3faf8bbec9fb8-1624974267-0-ATnhic9ZCUiExY08p8Xz4_uXv4VjqTB_4fpKPrEdoUmSXGjNygajsgBSWrDFrBsjWXgXHRzA81BhgddGtxl0cZ9R7tRBQBQZFAuAvb3YeZDHLscyUifqeQIvGNXs7pj2f0ZgGZaYObyNJfUVBuCEC2cktCVtPQF5jO_87qTdhDJIwYowyExQA-AsJU1n_XbkfHUkK4iF0FyhxuinuL3WNsiNg9S5edy6n_pLW9W1-2cjde47mVQJyxzdnXTDcSv7XeU8taTNaIwbkS5owE6tyJe-aooSek5NXjLpCP7K70kKxDZ3VvM8LglRQ6SgDg1dgs8KVyQqC8ZhWP4eaDMjGfn9my_dbsJNsJCMGtWfiPfJDVwvp_cdAYJRPhDv3EkQ-EWblNgcTRie2aT0ig8KltxVR0YphnjZBxMLRdv0_07BTQjyfuVbjC2o-RKPVVskc6A1qkTj1Aic4Z_pRt0kEzswzsb9Z52X_VqskuwMdjIjtYO0DUNG4bLMnahGe_NvHJhCi2IZPFky2qdzgMvmkKvF4BrTQKqpFotRzc7KpeoT9mqEtiGcdc-PgDVOFFExDVgKNhO40IZ5Jy7v06R-V9-gITisADWWG-CIPJMIAx3uAj-wQiXj6Tbs_NchdKcMShT2uWC73JfmFwGpVXJPkM0
Published on 20.07.2021
Wizz Air launches new flights from Liverpool to Rome
Source: https://travel-news.co.uk/12766/2021/07/wizz-air-launches-new-flights-from-liverpool-to-rome/
Published on 19.07.2021
Wizz Air flights set to take off from Cardiff Airport
Source: https://www.wales247.co.uk/wizz-air-flights-set-to-take-off-from-cardiff-airport
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 30.06.2021
Wizz Air will resume flights from Kutaisi, Georgia, to six European countries from 01JUL21
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37176-wizz-air-to-resume-flights-from-kutaisi-to-six-more-destinations.html
Published on 29.06.2021
Wizz Air to return to Georgian Kutaisi International Airport
Source: https://en.trend.az/business/transport/3447358.html?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=8eb4d5547e96654e52d99233dfa3faf8bbec9fb8-1624974267-0-ATnhic9ZCUiExY08p8Xz4_uXv4VjqTB_4fpKPrEdoUmSXGjNygajsgBSWrDFrBsjWXgXHRzA81BhgddGtxl0cZ9R7tRBQBQZFAuAvb3YeZDHLscyUifqeQIvGNXs7pj2f0ZgGZaYObyNJfUVBuCEC2cktCVtPQF5jO_87qTdhDJIwYowyExQA-AsJU1n_XbkfHUkK4iF0FyhxuinuL3WNsiNg9S5edy6n_pLW9W1-2cjde47mVQJyxzdnXTDcSv7XeU8taTNaIwbkS5owE6tyJe-aooSek5NXjLpCP7K70kKxDZ3VvM8LglRQ6SgDg1dgs8KVyQqC8ZhWP4eaDMjGfn9my_dbsJNsJCMGtWfiPfJDVwvp_cdAYJRPhDv3EkQ-EWblNgcTRie2aT0ig8KltxVR0YphnjZBxMLRdv0_07BTQjyfuVbjC2o-RKPVVskc6A1qkTj1Aic4Z_pRt0kEzswzsb9Z52X_VqskuwMdjIjtYO0DUNG4bLMnahGe_NvHJhCi2IZPFky2qdzgMvmkKvF4BrTQKqpFotRzc7KpeoT9mqEtiGcdc-PgDVOFFExDVgKNhO40IZ5Jy7v06R-V9-gITisADWWG-CIPJMIAx3uAj-wQiXj6Tbs_NchdKcMShT2uWC73JfmFwGpVXJPkM0
Published on 20.07.2021
Wizz Air launches new flights from Liverpool to Rome
Source: https://travel-news.co.uk/12766/2021/07/wizz-air-launches-new-flights-from-liverpool-to-rome/
Published on 19.07.2021
Wizz Air flights set to take off from Cardiff Airport
Source: https://www.wales247.co.uk/wizz-air-flights-set-to-take-off-from-cardiff-airport
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 30.06.2021
Wizz Air will resume flights from Kutaisi, Georgia, to six European countries from 01JUL21
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37176-wizz-air-to-resume-flights-from-kutaisi-to-six-more-destinations.html
Published on 29.06.2021
Wizz Air to return to Georgian Kutaisi International Airport
Source: https://en.trend.az/business/transport/3447358.html?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=8eb4d5547e96654e52d99233dfa3faf8bbec9fb8-1624974267-0-ATnhic9ZCUiExY08p8Xz4_uXv4VjqTB_4fpKPrEdoUmSXGjNygajsgBSWrDFrBsjWXgXHRzA81BhgddGtxl0cZ9R7tRBQBQZFAuAvb3YeZDHLscyUifqeQIvGNXs7pj2f0ZgGZaYObyNJfUVBuCEC2cktCVtPQF5jO_87qTdhDJIwYowyExQA-AsJU1n_XbkfHUkK4iF0FyhxuinuL3WNsiNg9S5edy6n_pLW9W1-2cjde47mVQJyxzdnXTDcSv7XeU8taTNaIwbkS5owE6tyJe-aooSek5NXjLpCP7K70kKxDZ3VvM8LglRQ6SgDg1dgs8KVyQqC8ZhWP4eaDMjGfn9my_dbsJNsJCMGtWfiPfJDVwvp_cdAYJRPhDv3EkQ-EWblNgcTRie2aT0ig8KltxVR0YphnjZBxMLRdv0_07BTQjyfuVbjC2o-RKPVVskc6A1qkTj1Aic4Z_pRt0kEzswzsb9Z52X_VqskuwMdjIjtYO0DUNG4bLMnahGe_NvHJhCi2IZPFky2qdzgMvmkKvF4BrTQKqpFotRzc7KpeoT9mqEtiGcdc-PgDVOFFExDVgKNhO40IZ5Jy7v06R-V9-gITisADWWG-CIPJMIAx3uAj-wQiXj6Tbs_NchdKcMShT2uWC73JfmFwGpVXJPkM0
Published on 20.07.2021
Wizz Air launches new flights from Liverpool to Rome
Source: https://travel-news.co.uk/12766/2021/07/wizz-air-launches-new-flights-from-liverpool-to-rome/
Published on 19.07.2021
Wizz Air flights set to take off from Cardiff Airport
Source: https://www.wales247.co.uk/wizz-air-flights-set-to-take-off-from-cardiff-airport
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 30.06.2021
Wizz Air will resume flights from Kutaisi, Georgia, to six European countries from 01JUL21
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37176-wizz-air-to-resume-flights-from-kutaisi-to-six-more-destinations.html
Published on 29.06.2021
Wizz Air to return to Georgian Kutaisi International Airport
Source: https://en.trend.az/business/transport/3447358.html?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=8eb4d5547e96654e52d99233dfa3faf8bbec9fb8-1624974267-0-ATnhic9ZCUiExY08p8Xz4_uXv4VjqTB_4fpKPrEdoUmSXGjNygajsgBSWrDFrBsjWXgXHRzA81BhgddGtxl0cZ9R7tRBQBQZFAuAvb3YeZDHLscyUifqeQIvGNXs7pj2f0ZgGZaYObyNJfUVBuCEC2cktCVtPQF5jO_87qTdhDJIwYowyExQA-AsJU1n_XbkfHUkK4iF0FyhxuinuL3WNsiNg9S5edy6n_pLW9W1-2cjde47mVQJyxzdnXTDcSv7XeU8taTNaIwbkS5owE6tyJe-aooSek5NXjLpCP7K70kKxDZ3VvM8LglRQ6SgDg1dgs8KVyQqC8ZhWP4eaDMjGfn9my_dbsJNsJCMGtWfiPfJDVwvp_cdAYJRPhDv3EkQ-EWblNgcTRie2aT0ig8KltxVR0YphnjZBxMLRdv0_07BTQjyfuVbjC2o-RKPVVskc6A1qkTj1Aic4Z_pRt0kEzswzsb9Z52X_VqskuwMdjIjtYO0DUNG4bLMnahGe_NvHJhCi2IZPFky2qdzgMvmkKvF4BrTQKqpFotRzc7KpeoT9mqEtiGcdc-PgDVOFFExDVgKNhO40IZ5Jy7v06R-V9-gITisADWWG-CIPJMIAx3uAj-wQiXj6Tbs_NchdKcMShT2uWC73JfmFwGpVXJPkM0
Published on 20.07.2021
Wizz Air launches new flights from Liverpool to Rome
Source: https://travel-news.co.uk/12766/2021/07/wizz-air-launches-new-flights-from-liverpool-to-rome/
Published on 19.07.2021
Wizz Air flights set to take off from Cardiff Airport
Source: https://www.wales247.co.uk/wizz-air-flights-set-to-take-off-from-cardiff-airport
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 30.06.2021
Wizz Air will resume flights from Kutaisi, Georgia, to six European countries from 01JUL21
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37176-wizz-air-to-resume-flights-from-kutaisi-to-six-more-destinations.html
Published on 29.06.2021
Wizz Air to return to Georgian Kutaisi International Airport
Source: https://en.trend.az/business/transport/3447358.html?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=8eb4d5547e96654e52d99233dfa3faf8bbec9fb8-1624974267-0-ATnhic9ZCUiExY08p8Xz4_uXv4VjqTB_4fpKPrEdoUmSXGjNygajsgBSWrDFrBsjWXgXHRzA81BhgddGtxl0cZ9R7tRBQBQZFAuAvb3YeZDHLscyUifqeQIvGNXs7pj2f0ZgGZaYObyNJfUVBuCEC2cktCVtPQF5jO_87qTdhDJIwYowyExQA-AsJU1n_XbkfHUkK4iF0FyhxuinuL3WNsiNg9S5edy6n_pLW9W1-2cjde47mVQJyxzdnXTDcSv7XeU8taTNaIwbkS5owE6tyJe-aooSek5NXjLpCP7K70kKxDZ3VvM8LglRQ6SgDg1dgs8KVyQqC8ZhWP4eaDMjGfn9my_dbsJNsJCMGtWfiPfJDVwvp_cdAYJRPhDv3EkQ-EWblNgcTRie2aT0ig8KltxVR0YphnjZBxMLRdv0_07BTQjyfuVbjC2o-RKPVVskc6A1qkTj1Aic4Z_pRt0kEzswzsb9Z52X_VqskuwMdjIjtYO0DUNG4bLMnahGe_NvHJhCi2IZPFky2qdzgMvmkKvF4BrTQKqpFotRzc7KpeoT9mqEtiGcdc-PgDVOFFExDVgKNhO40IZ5Jy7v06R-V9-gITisADWWG-CIPJMIAx3uAj-wQiXj6Tbs_NchdKcMShT2uWC73JfmFwGpVXJPkM0
Published on 20.07.2021
Wizz Air launches new flights from Liverpool to Rome
Source: https://travel-news.co.uk/12766/2021/07/wizz-air-launches-new-flights-from-liverpool-to-rome/
Published on 19.07.2021
Wizz Air flights set to take off from Cardiff Airport
Source: https://www.wales247.co.uk/wizz-air-flights-set-to-take-off-from-cardiff-airport
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 30.06.2021
Wizz Air will resume flights from Kutaisi, Georgia, to six European countries from 01JUL21
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37176-wizz-air-to-resume-flights-from-kutaisi-to-six-more-destinations.html
Published on 29.06.2021
Wizz Air to return to Georgian Kutaisi International Airport
Source: https://en.trend.az/business/transport/3447358.html?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=8eb4d5547e96654e52d99233dfa3faf8bbec9fb8-1624974267-0-ATnhic9ZCUiExY08p8Xz4_uXv4VjqTB_4fpKPrEdoUmSXGjNygajsgBSWrDFrBsjWXgXHRzA81BhgddGtxl0cZ9R7tRBQBQZFAuAvb3YeZDHLscyUifqeQIvGNXs7pj2f0ZgGZaYObyNJfUVBuCEC2cktCVtPQF5jO_87qTdhDJIwYowyExQA-AsJU1n_XbkfHUkK4iF0FyhxuinuL3WNsiNg9S5edy6n_pLW9W1-2cjde47mVQJyxzdnXTDcSv7XeU8taTNaIwbkS5owE6tyJe-aooSek5NXjLpCP7K70kKxDZ3VvM8LglRQ6SgDg1dgs8KVyQqC8ZhWP4eaDMjGfn9my_dbsJNsJCMGtWfiPfJDVwvp_cdAYJRPhDv3EkQ-EWblNgcTRie2aT0ig8KltxVR0YphnjZBxMLRdv0_07BTQjyfuVbjC2o-RKPVVskc6A1qkTj1Aic4Z_pRt0kEzswzsb9Z52X_VqskuwMdjIjtYO0DUNG4bLMnahGe_NvHJhCi2IZPFky2qdzgMvmkKvF4BrTQKqpFotRzc7KpeoT9mqEtiGcdc-PgDVOFFExDVgKNhO40IZ5Jy7v06R-V9-gITisADWWG-CIPJMIAx3uAj-wQiXj6Tbs_NchdKcMShT2uWC73JfmFwGpVXJPkM0
Published on 20.07.2021
Wizz Air launches new flights from Liverpool to Rome
Source: https://travel-news.co.uk/12766/2021/07/wizz-air-launches-new-flights-from-liverpool-to-rome/
Published on 19.07.2021
Wizz Air flights set to take off from Cardiff Airport
Source: https://www.wales247.co.uk/wizz-air-flights-set-to-take-off-from-cardiff-airport
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 30.06.2021
Wizz Air will resume flights from Kutaisi, Georgia, to six European countries from 01JUL21
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37176-wizz-air-to-resume-flights-from-kutaisi-to-six-more-destinations.html
Published on 29.06.2021
Wizz Air to return to Georgian Kutaisi International Airport
Source: https://en.trend.az/business/transport/3447358.html?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=8eb4d5547e96654e52d99233dfa3faf8bbec9fb8-1624974267-0-ATnhic9ZCUiExY08p8Xz4_uXv4VjqTB_4fpKPrEdoUmSXGjNygajsgBSWrDFrBsjWXgXHRzA81BhgddGtxl0cZ9R7tRBQBQZFAuAvb3YeZDHLscyUifqeQIvGNXs7pj2f0ZgGZaYObyNJfUVBuCEC2cktCVtPQF5jO_87qTdhDJIwYowyExQA-AsJU1n_XbkfHUkK4iF0FyhxuinuL3WNsiNg9S5edy6n_pLW9W1-2cjde47mVQJyxzdnXTDcSv7XeU8taTNaIwbkS5owE6tyJe-aooSek5NXjLpCP7K70kKxDZ3VvM8LglRQ6SgDg1dgs8KVyQqC8ZhWP4eaDMjGfn9my_dbsJNsJCMGtWfiPfJDVwvp_cdAYJRPhDv3EkQ-EWblNgcTRie2aT0ig8KltxVR0YphnjZBxMLRdv0_07BTQjyfuVbjC2o-RKPVVskc6A1qkTj1Aic4Z_pRt0kEzswzsb9Z52X_VqskuwMdjIjtYO0DUNG4bLMnahGe_NvHJhCi2IZPFky2qdzgMvmkKvF4BrTQKqpFotRzc7KpeoT9mqEtiGcdc-PgDVOFFExDVgKNhO40IZ5Jy7v06R-V9-gITisADWWG-CIPJMIAx3uAj-wQiXj6Tbs_NchdKcMShT2uWC73JfmFwGpVXJPkM0
Published on 20.07.2021
Wizz Air launches new flights from Liverpool to Rome
Source: https://travel-news.co.uk/12766/2021/07/wizz-air-launches-new-flights-from-liverpool-to-rome/
Published on 19.07.2021
Wizz Air flights set to take off from Cardiff Airport
Source: https://www.wales247.co.uk/wizz-air-flights-set-to-take-off-from-cardiff-airport
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 30.06.2021
Wizz Air will resume flights from Kutaisi, Georgia, to six European countries from 01JUL21
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37176-wizz-air-to-resume-flights-from-kutaisi-to-six-more-destinations.html
Published on 29.06.2021
Wizz Air to return to Georgian Kutaisi International Airport
Source: https://en.trend.az/business/transport/3447358.html?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=8eb4d5547e96654e52d99233dfa3faf8bbec9fb8-1624974267-0-ATnhic9ZCUiExY08p8Xz4_uXv4VjqTB_4fpKPrEdoUmSXGjNygajsgBSWrDFrBsjWXgXHRzA81BhgddGtxl0cZ9R7tRBQBQZFAuAvb3YeZDHLscyUifqeQIvGNXs7pj2f0ZgGZaYObyNJfUVBuCEC2cktCVtPQF5jO_87qTdhDJIwYowyExQA-AsJU1n_XbkfHUkK4iF0FyhxuinuL3WNsiNg9S5edy6n_pLW9W1-2cjde47mVQJyxzdnXTDcSv7XeU8taTNaIwbkS5owE6tyJe-aooSek5NXjLpCP7K70kKxDZ3VvM8LglRQ6SgDg1dgs8KVyQqC8ZhWP4eaDMjGfn9my_dbsJNsJCMGtWfiPfJDVwvp_cdAYJRPhDv3EkQ-EWblNgcTRie2aT0ig8KltxVR0YphnjZBxMLRdv0_07BTQjyfuVbjC2o-RKPVVskc6A1qkTj1Aic4Z_pRt0kEzswzsb9Z52X_VqskuwMdjIjtYO0DUNG4bLMnahGe_NvHJhCi2IZPFky2qdzgMvmkKvF4BrTQKqpFotRzc7KpeoT9mqEtiGcdc-PgDVOFFExDVgKNhO40IZ5Jy7v06R-V9-gITisADWWG-CIPJMIAx3uAj-wQiXj6Tbs_NchdKcMShT2uWC73JfmFwGpVXJPkM0
Published on 20.07.2021
Wizz Air launches new flights from Liverpool to Rome
Source: https://travel-news.co.uk/12766/2021/07/wizz-air-launches-new-flights-from-liverpool-to-rome/
Published on 19.07.2021
Wizz Air flights set to take off from Cardiff Airport
Source: https://www.wales247.co.uk/wizz-air-flights-set-to-take-off-from-cardiff-airport
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 30.06.2021
Wizz Air will resume flights from Kutaisi, Georgia, to six European countries from 01JUL21
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37176-wizz-air-to-resume-flights-from-kutaisi-to-six-more-destinations.html
Published on 29.06.2021
Wizz Air to return to Georgian Kutaisi International Airport
Source: https://en.trend.az/business/transport/3447358.html?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=8eb4d5547e96654e52d99233dfa3faf8bbec9fb8-1624974267-0-ATnhic9ZCUiExY08p8Xz4_uXv4VjqTB_4fpKPrEdoUmSXGjNygajsgBSWrDFrBsjWXgXHRzA81BhgddGtxl0cZ9R7tRBQBQZFAuAvb3YeZDHLscyUifqeQIvGNXs7pj2f0ZgGZaYObyNJfUVBuCEC2cktCVtPQF5jO_87qTdhDJIwYowyExQA-AsJU1n_XbkfHUkK4iF0FyhxuinuL3WNsiNg9S5edy6n_pLW9W1-2cjde47mVQJyxzdnXTDcSv7XeU8taTNaIwbkS5owE6tyJe-aooSek5NXjLpCP7K70kKxDZ3VvM8LglRQ6SgDg1dgs8KVyQqC8ZhWP4eaDMjGfn9my_dbsJNsJCMGtWfiPfJDVwvp_cdAYJRPhDv3EkQ-EWblNgcTRie2aT0ig8KltxVR0YphnjZBxMLRdv0_07BTQjyfuVbjC2o-RKPVVskc6A1qkTj1Aic4Z_pRt0kEzswzsb9Z52X_VqskuwMdjIjtYO0DUNG4bLMnahGe_NvHJhCi2IZPFky2qdzgMvmkKvF4BrTQKqpFotRzc7KpeoT9mqEtiGcdc-PgDVOFFExDVgKNhO40IZ5Jy7v06R-V9-gITisADWWG-CIPJMIAx3uAj-wQiXj6Tbs_NchdKcMShT2uWC73JfmFwGpVXJPkM0
Published on 20.07.2021
Wizz Air launches new flights from Liverpool to Rome
Source: https://travel-news.co.uk/12766/2021/07/wizz-air-launches-new-flights-from-liverpool-to-rome/
Published on 19.07.2021
Wizz Air flights set to take off from Cardiff Airport
Source: https://www.wales247.co.uk/wizz-air-flights-set-to-take-off-from-cardiff-airport
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 30.06.2021
Wizz Air will resume flights from Kutaisi, Georgia, to six European countries from 01JUL21
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37176-wizz-air-to-resume-flights-from-kutaisi-to-six-more-destinations.html
Published on 29.06.2021
Wizz Air to return to Georgian Kutaisi International Airport
Source: https://en.trend.az/business/transport/3447358.html?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=8eb4d5547e96654e52d99233dfa3faf8bbec9fb8-1624974267-0-ATnhic9ZCUiExY08p8Xz4_uXv4VjqTB_4fpKPrEdoUmSXGjNygajsgBSWrDFrBsjWXgXHRzA81BhgddGtxl0cZ9R7tRBQBQZFAuAvb3YeZDHLscyUifqeQIvGNXs7pj2f0ZgGZaYObyNJfUVBuCEC2cktCVtPQF5jO_87qTdhDJIwYowyExQA-AsJU1n_XbkfHUkK4iF0FyhxuinuL3WNsiNg9S5edy6n_pLW9W1-2cjde47mVQJyxzdnXTDcSv7XeU8taTNaIwbkS5owE6tyJe-aooSek5NXjLpCP7K70kKxDZ3VvM8LglRQ6SgDg1dgs8KVyQqC8ZhWP4eaDMjGfn9my_dbsJNsJCMGtWfiPfJDVwvp_cdAYJRPhDv3EkQ-EWblNgcTRie2aT0ig8KltxVR0YphnjZBxMLRdv0_07BTQjyfuVbjC2o-RKPVVskc6A1qkTj1Aic4Z_pRt0kEzswzsb9Z52X_VqskuwMdjIjtYO0DUNG4bLMnahGe_NvHJhCi2IZPFky2qdzgMvmkKvF4BrTQKqpFotRzc7KpeoT9mqEtiGcdc-PgDVOFFExDVgKNhO40IZ5Jy7v06R-V9-gITisADWWG-CIPJMIAx3uAj-wQiXj6Tbs_NchdKcMShT2uWC73JfmFwGpVXJPkM0
Published on 20.07.2021
Wizz Air launches new flights from Liverpool to Rome
Source: https://travel-news.co.uk/12766/2021/07/wizz-air-launches-new-flights-from-liverpool-to-rome/
Published on 19.07.2021
Wizz Air flights set to take off from Cardiff Airport
Source: https://www.wales247.co.uk/wizz-air-flights-set-to-take-off-from-cardiff-airport
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 30.06.2021
Wizz Air will resume flights from Kutaisi, Georgia, to six European countries from 01JUL21
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37176-wizz-air-to-resume-flights-from-kutaisi-to-six-more-destinations.html
Published on 29.06.2021
Wizz Air to return to Georgian Kutaisi International Airport
Source: https://en.trend.az/business/transport/3447358.html?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=8eb4d5547e96654e52d99233dfa3faf8bbec9fb8-1624974267-0-ATnhic9ZCUiExY08p8Xz4_uXv4VjqTB_4fpKPrEdoUmSXGjNygajsgBSWrDFrBsjWXgXHRzA81BhgddGtxl0cZ9R7tRBQBQZFAuAvb3YeZDHLscyUifqeQIvGNXs7pj2f0ZgGZaYObyNJfUVBuCEC2cktCVtPQF5jO_87qTdhDJIwYowyExQA-AsJU1n_XbkfHUkK4iF0FyhxuinuL3WNsiNg9S5edy6n_pLW9W1-2cjde47mVQJyxzdnXTDcSv7XeU8taTNaIwbkS5owE6tyJe-aooSek5NXjLpCP7K70kKxDZ3VvM8LglRQ6SgDg1dgs8KVyQqC8ZhWP4eaDMjGfn9my_dbsJNsJCMGtWfiPfJDVwvp_cdAYJRPhDv3EkQ-EWblNgcTRie2aT0ig8KltxVR0YphnjZBxMLRdv0_07BTQjyfuVbjC2o-RKPVVskc6A1qkTj1Aic4Z_pRt0kEzswzsb9Z52X_VqskuwMdjIjtYO0DUNG4bLMnahGe_NvHJhCi2IZPFky2qdzgMvmkKvF4BrTQKqpFotRzc7KpeoT9mqEtiGcdc-PgDVOFFExDVgKNhO40IZ5Jy7v06R-V9-gITisADWWG-CIPJMIAx3uAj-wQiXj6Tbs_NchdKcMShT2uWC73JfmFwGpVXJPkM0
Published on 20.07.2021
Wizz Air launches new flights from Liverpool to Rome
Source: https://travel-news.co.uk/12766/2021/07/wizz-air-launches-new-flights-from-liverpool-to-rome/
Published on 19.07.2021
Wizz Air flights set to take off from Cardiff Airport
Source: https://www.wales247.co.uk/wizz-air-flights-set-to-take-off-from-cardiff-airport
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 30.06.2021
Wizz Air will resume flights from Kutaisi, Georgia, to six European countries from 01JUL21
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37176-wizz-air-to-resume-flights-from-kutaisi-to-six-more-destinations.html
Published on 29.06.2021
Wizz Air to return to Georgian Kutaisi International Airport
Source: https://en.trend.az/business/transport/3447358.html?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=8eb4d5547e96654e52d99233dfa3faf8bbec9fb8-1624974267-0-ATnhic9ZCUiExY08p8Xz4_uXv4VjqTB_4fpKPrEdoUmSXGjNygajsgBSWrDFrBsjWXgXHRzA81BhgddGtxl0cZ9R7tRBQBQZFAuAvb3YeZDHLscyUifqeQIvGNXs7pj2f0ZgGZaYObyNJfUVBuCEC2cktCVtPQF5jO_87qTdhDJIwYowyExQA-AsJU1n_XbkfHUkK4iF0FyhxuinuL3WNsiNg9S5edy6n_pLW9W1-2cjde47mVQJyxzdnXTDcSv7XeU8taTNaIwbkS5owE6tyJe-aooSek5NXjLpCP7K70kKxDZ3VvM8LglRQ6SgDg1dgs8KVyQqC8ZhWP4eaDMjGfn9my_dbsJNsJCMGtWfiPfJDVwvp_cdAYJRPhDv3EkQ-EWblNgcTRie2aT0ig8KltxVR0YphnjZBxMLRdv0_07BTQjyfuVbjC2o-RKPVVskc6A1qkTj1Aic4Z_pRt0kEzswzsb9Z52X_VqskuwMdjIjtYO0DUNG4bLMnahGe_NvHJhCi2IZPFky2qdzgMvmkKvF4BrTQKqpFotRzc7KpeoT9mqEtiGcdc-PgDVOFFExDVgKNhO40IZ5Jy7v06R-V9-gITisADWWG-CIPJMIAx3uAj-wQiXj6Tbs_NchdKcMShT2uWC73JfmFwGpVXJPkM0
Published on 20.07.2021
Wizz Air launches new flights from Liverpool to Rome
Source: https://travel-news.co.uk/12766/2021/07/wizz-air-launches-new-flights-from-liverpool-to-rome/
Published on 19.07.2021
Wizz Air flights set to take off from Cardiff Airport
Source: https://www.wales247.co.uk/wizz-air-flights-set-to-take-off-from-cardiff-airport
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 30.06.2021
Wizz Air will resume flights from Kutaisi, Georgia, to six European countries from 01JUL21
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37176-wizz-air-to-resume-flights-from-kutaisi-to-six-more-destinations.html
Published on 29.06.2021
Wizz Air to return to Georgian Kutaisi International Airport
Source: https://en.trend.az/business/transport/3447358.html?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=8eb4d5547e96654e52d99233dfa3faf8bbec9fb8-1624974267-0-ATnhic9ZCUiExY08p8Xz4_uXv4VjqTB_4fpKPrEdoUmSXGjNygajsgBSWrDFrBsjWXgXHRzA81BhgddGtxl0cZ9R7tRBQBQZFAuAvb3YeZDHLscyUifqeQIvGNXs7pj2f0ZgGZaYObyNJfUVBuCEC2cktCVtPQF5jO_87qTdhDJIwYowyExQA-AsJU1n_XbkfHUkK4iF0FyhxuinuL3WNsiNg9S5edy6n_pLW9W1-2cjde47mVQJyxzdnXTDcSv7XeU8taTNaIwbkS5owE6tyJe-aooSek5NXjLpCP7K70kKxDZ3VvM8LglRQ6SgDg1dgs8KVyQqC8ZhWP4eaDMjGfn9my_dbsJNsJCMGtWfiPfJDVwvp_cdAYJRPhDv3EkQ-EWblNgcTRie2aT0ig8KltxVR0YphnjZBxMLRdv0_07BTQjyfuVbjC2o-RKPVVskc6A1qkTj1Aic4Z_pRt0kEzswzsb9Z52X_VqskuwMdjIjtYO0DUNG4bLMnahGe_NvHJhCi2IZPFky2qdzgMvmkKvF4BrTQKqpFotRzc7KpeoT9mqEtiGcdc-PgDVOFFExDVgKNhO40IZ5Jy7v06R-V9-gITisADWWG-CIPJMIAx3uAj-wQiXj6Tbs_NchdKcMShT2uWC73JfmFwGpVXJPkM0
Published on 20.07.2021
Wizz Air launches new flights from Liverpool to Rome
Source: https://travel-news.co.uk/12766/2021/07/wizz-air-launches-new-flights-from-liverpool-to-rome/
Published on 19.07.2021
Wizz Air flights set to take off from Cardiff Airport
Source: https://www.wales247.co.uk/wizz-air-flights-set-to-take-off-from-cardiff-airport
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 30.06.2021
Wizz Air will resume flights from Kutaisi, Georgia, to six European countries from 01JUL21
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37176-wizz-air-to-resume-flights-from-kutaisi-to-six-more-destinations.html
Published on 29.06.2021
Wizz Air to return to Georgian Kutaisi International Airport
Source: https://en.trend.az/business/transport/3447358.html?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=8eb4d5547e96654e52d99233dfa3faf8bbec9fb8-1624974267-0-ATnhic9ZCUiExY08p8Xz4_uXv4VjqTB_4fpKPrEdoUmSXGjNygajsgBSWrDFrBsjWXgXHRzA81BhgddGtxl0cZ9R7tRBQBQZFAuAvb3YeZDHLscyUifqeQIvGNXs7pj2f0ZgGZaYObyNJfUVBuCEC2cktCVtPQF5jO_87qTdhDJIwYowyExQA-AsJU1n_XbkfHUkK4iF0FyhxuinuL3WNsiNg9S5edy6n_pLW9W1-2cjde47mVQJyxzdnXTDcSv7XeU8taTNaIwbkS5owE6tyJe-aooSek5NXjLpCP7K70kKxDZ3VvM8LglRQ6SgDg1dgs8KVyQqC8ZhWP4eaDMjGfn9my_dbsJNsJCMGtWfiPfJDVwvp_cdAYJRPhDv3EkQ-EWblNgcTRie2aT0ig8KltxVR0YphnjZBxMLRdv0_07BTQjyfuVbjC2o-RKPVVskc6A1qkTj1Aic4Z_pRt0kEzswzsb9Z52X_VqskuwMdjIjtYO0DUNG4bLMnahGe_NvHJhCi2IZPFky2qdzgMvmkKvF4BrTQKqpFotRzc7KpeoT9mqEtiGcdc-PgDVOFFExDVgKNhO40IZ5Jy7v06R-V9-gITisADWWG-CIPJMIAx3uAj-wQiXj6Tbs_NchdKcMShT2uWC73JfmFwGpVXJPkM0
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Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 30.06.2021
Wizz Air will resume flights from Kutaisi, Georgia, to six European countries from 01JUL21
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37176-wizz-air-to-resume-flights-from-kutaisi-to-six-more-destinations.html
Published on 29.06.2021
Wizz Air to return to Georgian Kutaisi International Airport
Source: https://en.trend.az/business/transport/3447358.html?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=8eb4d5547e96654e52d99233dfa3faf8bbec9fb8-1624974267-0-ATnhic9ZCUiExY08p8Xz4_uXv4VjqTB_4fpKPrEdoUmSXGjNygajsgBSWrDFrBsjWXgXHRzA81BhgddGtxl0cZ9R7tRBQBQZFAuAvb3YeZDHLscyUifqeQIvGNXs7pj2f0ZgGZaYObyNJfUVBuCEC2cktCVtPQF5jO_87qTdhDJIwYowyExQA-AsJU1n_XbkfHUkK4iF0FyhxuinuL3WNsiNg9S5edy6n_pLW9W1-2cjde47mVQJyxzdnXTDcSv7XeU8taTNaIwbkS5owE6tyJe-aooSek5NXjLpCP7K70kKxDZ3VvM8LglRQ6SgDg1dgs8KVyQqC8ZhWP4eaDMjGfn9my_dbsJNsJCMGtWfiPfJDVwvp_cdAYJRPhDv3EkQ-EWblNgcTRie2aT0ig8KltxVR0YphnjZBxMLRdv0_07BTQjyfuVbjC2o-RKPVVskc6A1qkTj1Aic4Z_pRt0kEzswzsb9Z52X_VqskuwMdjIjtYO0DUNG4bLMnahGe_NvHJhCi2IZPFky2qdzgMvmkKvF4BrTQKqpFotRzc7KpeoT9mqEtiGcdc-PgDVOFFExDVgKNhO40IZ5Jy7v06R-V9-gITisADWWG-CIPJMIAx3uAj-wQiXj6Tbs_NchdKcMShT2uWC73JfmFwGpVXJPkM0
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 30.06.2021
Wizz Air will resume flights from Kutaisi, Georgia, to six European countries from 01JUL21
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37176-wizz-air-to-resume-flights-from-kutaisi-to-six-more-destinations.html
Published on 29.06.2021
Wizz Air to return to Georgian Kutaisi International Airport
Source: https://en.trend.az/business/transport/3447358.html?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=8eb4d5547e96654e52d99233dfa3faf8bbec9fb8-1624974267-0-ATnhic9ZCUiExY08p8Xz4_uXv4VjqTB_4fpKPrEdoUmSXGjNygajsgBSWrDFrBsjWXgXHRzA81BhgddGtxl0cZ9R7tRBQBQZFAuAvb3YeZDHLscyUifqeQIvGNXs7pj2f0ZgGZaYObyNJfUVBuCEC2cktCVtPQF5jO_87qTdhDJIwYowyExQA-AsJU1n_XbkfHUkK4iF0FyhxuinuL3WNsiNg9S5edy6n_pLW9W1-2cjde47mVQJyxzdnXTDcSv7XeU8taTNaIwbkS5owE6tyJe-aooSek5NXjLpCP7K70kKxDZ3VvM8LglRQ6SgDg1dgs8KVyQqC8ZhWP4eaDMjGfn9my_dbsJNsJCMGtWfiPfJDVwvp_cdAYJRPhDv3EkQ-EWblNgcTRie2aT0ig8KltxVR0YphnjZBxMLRdv0_07BTQjyfuVbjC2o-RKPVVskc6A1qkTj1Aic4Z_pRt0kEzswzsb9Z52X_VqskuwMdjIjtYO0DUNG4bLMnahGe_NvHJhCi2IZPFky2qdzgMvmkKvF4BrTQKqpFotRzc7KpeoT9mqEtiGcdc-PgDVOFFExDVgKNhO40IZ5Jy7v06R-V9-gITisADWWG-CIPJMIAx3uAj-wQiXj6Tbs_NchdKcMShT2uWC73JfmFwGpVXJPkM0
Published on 16.07.2021
Wizz Will Exceed Pre Pandemic Operations This Summer
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-pre-pandemic-operations/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 30.06.2021
Wizz Air will resume flights from Kutaisi, Georgia, to six European countries from 01JUL21
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37176-wizz-air-to-resume-flights-from-kutaisi-to-six-more-destinations.html
Published on 29.06.2021
Wizz Air to return to Georgian Kutaisi International Airport
Source: https://en.trend.az/business/transport/3447358.html?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=8eb4d5547e96654e52d99233dfa3faf8bbec9fb8-1624974267-0-ATnhic9ZCUiExY08p8Xz4_uXv4VjqTB_4fpKPrEdoUmSXGjNygajsgBSWrDFrBsjWXgXHRzA81BhgddGtxl0cZ9R7tRBQBQZFAuAvb3YeZDHLscyUifqeQIvGNXs7pj2f0ZgGZaYObyNJfUVBuCEC2cktCVtPQF5jO_87qTdhDJIwYowyExQA-AsJU1n_XbkfHUkK4iF0FyhxuinuL3WNsiNg9S5edy6n_pLW9W1-2cjde47mVQJyxzdnXTDcSv7XeU8taTNaIwbkS5owE6tyJe-aooSek5NXjLpCP7K70kKxDZ3VvM8LglRQ6SgDg1dgs8KVyQqC8ZhWP4eaDMjGfn9my_dbsJNsJCMGtWfiPfJDVwvp_cdAYJRPhDv3EkQ-EWblNgcTRie2aT0ig8KltxVR0YphnjZBxMLRdv0_07BTQjyfuVbjC2o-RKPVVskc6A1qkTj1Aic4Z_pRt0kEzswzsb9Z52X_VqskuwMdjIjtYO0DUNG4bLMnahGe_NvHJhCi2IZPFky2qdzgMvmkKvF4BrTQKqpFotRzc7KpeoT9mqEtiGcdc-PgDVOFFExDVgKNhO40IZ5Jy7v06R-V9-gITisADWWG-CIPJMIAx3uAj-wQiXj6Tbs_NchdKcMShT2uWC73JfmFwGpVXJPkM0
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 30.06.2021
Wizz Air will resume flights from Kutaisi, Georgia, to six European countries from 01JUL21
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37176-wizz-air-to-resume-flights-from-kutaisi-to-six-more-destinations.html
Published on 29.06.2021
Wizz Air to return to Georgian Kutaisi International Airport
Source: https://en.trend.az/business/transport/3447358.html?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=8eb4d5547e96654e52d99233dfa3faf8bbec9fb8-1624974267-0-ATnhic9ZCUiExY08p8Xz4_uXv4VjqTB_4fpKPrEdoUmSXGjNygajsgBSWrDFrBsjWXgXHRzA81BhgddGtxl0cZ9R7tRBQBQZFAuAvb3YeZDHLscyUifqeQIvGNXs7pj2f0ZgGZaYObyNJfUVBuCEC2cktCVtPQF5jO_87qTdhDJIwYowyExQA-AsJU1n_XbkfHUkK4iF0FyhxuinuL3WNsiNg9S5edy6n_pLW9W1-2cjde47mVQJyxzdnXTDcSv7XeU8taTNaIwbkS5owE6tyJe-aooSek5NXjLpCP7K70kKxDZ3VvM8LglRQ6SgDg1dgs8KVyQqC8ZhWP4eaDMjGfn9my_dbsJNsJCMGtWfiPfJDVwvp_cdAYJRPhDv3EkQ-EWblNgcTRie2aT0ig8KltxVR0YphnjZBxMLRdv0_07BTQjyfuVbjC2o-RKPVVskc6A1qkTj1Aic4Z_pRt0kEzswzsb9Z52X_VqskuwMdjIjtYO0DUNG4bLMnahGe_NvHJhCi2IZPFky2qdzgMvmkKvF4BrTQKqpFotRzc7KpeoT9mqEtiGcdc-PgDVOFFExDVgKNhO40IZ5Jy7v06R-V9-gITisADWWG-CIPJMIAx3uAj-wQiXj6Tbs_NchdKcMShT2uWC73JfmFwGpVXJPkM0
Published on 15.06.2021
Budget airlines scoop up Italy routes as Alitalia relaunch stalls
Source: https://www.reuters.com/world/the-great-reboot/budget-airlines-scoop-up-italy-routes-alitalia-relaunch-stalls-2021-06-14/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 30.06.2021
Wizz Air will resume flights from Kutaisi, Georgia, to six European countries from 01JUL21
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37176-wizz-air-to-resume-flights-from-kutaisi-to-six-more-destinations.html
Published on 29.06.2021
Wizz Air to return to Georgian Kutaisi International Airport
Source: https://en.trend.az/business/transport/3447358.html?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=8eb4d5547e96654e52d99233dfa3faf8bbec9fb8-1624974267-0-ATnhic9ZCUiExY08p8Xz4_uXv4VjqTB_4fpKPrEdoUmSXGjNygajsgBSWrDFrBsjWXgXHRzA81BhgddGtxl0cZ9R7tRBQBQZFAuAvb3YeZDHLscyUifqeQIvGNXs7pj2f0ZgGZaYObyNJfUVBuCEC2cktCVtPQF5jO_87qTdhDJIwYowyExQA-AsJU1n_XbkfHUkK4iF0FyhxuinuL3WNsiNg9S5edy6n_pLW9W1-2cjde47mVQJyxzdnXTDcSv7XeU8taTNaIwbkS5owE6tyJe-aooSek5NXjLpCP7K70kKxDZ3VvM8LglRQ6SgDg1dgs8KVyQqC8ZhWP4eaDMjGfn9my_dbsJNsJCMGtWfiPfJDVwvp_cdAYJRPhDv3EkQ-EWblNgcTRie2aT0ig8KltxVR0YphnjZBxMLRdv0_07BTQjyfuVbjC2o-RKPVVskc6A1qkTj1Aic4Z_pRt0kEzswzsb9Z52X_VqskuwMdjIjtYO0DUNG4bLMnahGe_NvHJhCi2IZPFky2qdzgMvmkKvF4BrTQKqpFotRzc7KpeoT9mqEtiGcdc-PgDVOFFExDVgKNhO40IZ5Jy7v06R-V9-gITisADWWG-CIPJMIAx3uAj-wQiXj6Tbs_NchdKcMShT2uWC73JfmFwGpVXJPkM0
Published on 15.06.2021
Budget airlines scoop up Italy routes as Alitalia relaunch stalls
Source: https://www.reuters.com/world/the-great-reboot/budget-airlines-scoop-up-italy-routes-alitalia-relaunch-stalls-2021-06-14/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 30.06.2021
Wizz Air will resume flights from Kutaisi, Georgia, to six European countries from 01JUL21
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37176-wizz-air-to-resume-flights-from-kutaisi-to-six-more-destinations.html
Published on 29.06.2021
Wizz Air to return to Georgian Kutaisi International Airport
Source: https://en.trend.az/business/transport/3447358.html?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=8eb4d5547e96654e52d99233dfa3faf8bbec9fb8-1624974267-0-ATnhic9ZCUiExY08p8Xz4_uXv4VjqTB_4fpKPrEdoUmSXGjNygajsgBSWrDFrBsjWXgXHRzA81BhgddGtxl0cZ9R7tRBQBQZFAuAvb3YeZDHLscyUifqeQIvGNXs7pj2f0ZgGZaYObyNJfUVBuCEC2cktCVtPQF5jO_87qTdhDJIwYowyExQA-AsJU1n_XbkfHUkK4iF0FyhxuinuL3WNsiNg9S5edy6n_pLW9W1-2cjde47mVQJyxzdnXTDcSv7XeU8taTNaIwbkS5owE6tyJe-aooSek5NXjLpCP7K70kKxDZ3VvM8LglRQ6SgDg1dgs8KVyQqC8ZhWP4eaDMjGfn9my_dbsJNsJCMGtWfiPfJDVwvp_cdAYJRPhDv3EkQ-EWblNgcTRie2aT0ig8KltxVR0YphnjZBxMLRdv0_07BTQjyfuVbjC2o-RKPVVskc6A1qkTj1Aic4Z_pRt0kEzswzsb9Z52X_VqskuwMdjIjtYO0DUNG4bLMnahGe_NvHJhCi2IZPFky2qdzgMvmkKvF4BrTQKqpFotRzc7KpeoT9mqEtiGcdc-PgDVOFFExDVgKNhO40IZ5Jy7v06R-V9-gITisADWWG-CIPJMIAx3uAj-wQiXj6Tbs_NchdKcMShT2uWC73JfmFwGpVXJPkM0
Published on 15.06.2021
Budget airlines scoop up Italy routes as Alitalia relaunch stalls
Source: https://www.reuters.com/world/the-great-reboot/budget-airlines-scoop-up-italy-routes-alitalia-relaunch-stalls-2021-06-14/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 30.06.2021
Wizz Air will resume flights from Kutaisi, Georgia, to six European countries from 01JUL21
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37176-wizz-air-to-resume-flights-from-kutaisi-to-six-more-destinations.html
Published on 29.06.2021
Wizz Air to return to Georgian Kutaisi International Airport
Source: https://en.trend.az/business/transport/3447358.html?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=8eb4d5547e96654e52d99233dfa3faf8bbec9fb8-1624974267-0-ATnhic9ZCUiExY08p8Xz4_uXv4VjqTB_4fpKPrEdoUmSXGjNygajsgBSWrDFrBsjWXgXHRzA81BhgddGtxl0cZ9R7tRBQBQZFAuAvb3YeZDHLscyUifqeQIvGNXs7pj2f0ZgGZaYObyNJfUVBuCEC2cktCVtPQF5jO_87qTdhDJIwYowyExQA-AsJU1n_XbkfHUkK4iF0FyhxuinuL3WNsiNg9S5edy6n_pLW9W1-2cjde47mVQJyxzdnXTDcSv7XeU8taTNaIwbkS5owE6tyJe-aooSek5NXjLpCP7K70kKxDZ3VvM8LglRQ6SgDg1dgs8KVyQqC8ZhWP4eaDMjGfn9my_dbsJNsJCMGtWfiPfJDVwvp_cdAYJRPhDv3EkQ-EWblNgcTRie2aT0ig8KltxVR0YphnjZBxMLRdv0_07BTQjyfuVbjC2o-RKPVVskc6A1qkTj1Aic4Z_pRt0kEzswzsb9Z52X_VqskuwMdjIjtYO0DUNG4bLMnahGe_NvHJhCi2IZPFky2qdzgMvmkKvF4BrTQKqpFotRzc7KpeoT9mqEtiGcdc-PgDVOFFExDVgKNhO40IZ5Jy7v06R-V9-gITisADWWG-CIPJMIAx3uAj-wQiXj6Tbs_NchdKcMShT2uWC73JfmFwGpVXJPkM0
Published on 15.06.2021
Budget airlines scoop up Italy routes as Alitalia relaunch stalls
Source: https://www.reuters.com/world/the-great-reboot/budget-airlines-scoop-up-italy-routes-alitalia-relaunch-stalls-2021-06-14/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 30.06.2021
Wizz Air will resume flights from Kutaisi, Georgia, to six European countries from 01JUL21
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37176-wizz-air-to-resume-flights-from-kutaisi-to-six-more-destinations.html
Published on 29.06.2021
Wizz Air to return to Georgian Kutaisi International Airport
Source: https://en.trend.az/business/transport/3447358.html?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=8eb4d5547e96654e52d99233dfa3faf8bbec9fb8-1624974267-0-ATnhic9ZCUiExY08p8Xz4_uXv4VjqTB_4fpKPrEdoUmSXGjNygajsgBSWrDFrBsjWXgXHRzA81BhgddGtxl0cZ9R7tRBQBQZFAuAvb3YeZDHLscyUifqeQIvGNXs7pj2f0ZgGZaYObyNJfUVBuCEC2cktCVtPQF5jO_87qTdhDJIwYowyExQA-AsJU1n_XbkfHUkK4iF0FyhxuinuL3WNsiNg9S5edy6n_pLW9W1-2cjde47mVQJyxzdnXTDcSv7XeU8taTNaIwbkS5owE6tyJe-aooSek5NXjLpCP7K70kKxDZ3VvM8LglRQ6SgDg1dgs8KVyQqC8ZhWP4eaDMjGfn9my_dbsJNsJCMGtWfiPfJDVwvp_cdAYJRPhDv3EkQ-EWblNgcTRie2aT0ig8KltxVR0YphnjZBxMLRdv0_07BTQjyfuVbjC2o-RKPVVskc6A1qkTj1Aic4Z_pRt0kEzswzsb9Z52X_VqskuwMdjIjtYO0DUNG4bLMnahGe_NvHJhCi2IZPFky2qdzgMvmkKvF4BrTQKqpFotRzc7KpeoT9mqEtiGcdc-PgDVOFFExDVgKNhO40IZ5Jy7v06R-V9-gITisADWWG-CIPJMIAx3uAj-wQiXj6Tbs_NchdKcMShT2uWC73JfmFwGpVXJPkM0
Published on 15.06.2021
Budget airlines scoop up Italy routes as Alitalia relaunch stalls
Source: https://www.reuters.com/world/the-great-reboot/budget-airlines-scoop-up-italy-routes-alitalia-relaunch-stalls-2021-06-14/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 30.06.2021
Wizz Air will resume flights from Kutaisi, Georgia, to six European countries from 01JUL21
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37176-wizz-air-to-resume-flights-from-kutaisi-to-six-more-destinations.html
Published on 29.06.2021
Wizz Air to return to Georgian Kutaisi International Airport
Source: https://en.trend.az/business/transport/3447358.html?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=8eb4d5547e96654e52d99233dfa3faf8bbec9fb8-1624974267-0-ATnhic9ZCUiExY08p8Xz4_uXv4VjqTB_4fpKPrEdoUmSXGjNygajsgBSWrDFrBsjWXgXHRzA81BhgddGtxl0cZ9R7tRBQBQZFAuAvb3YeZDHLscyUifqeQIvGNXs7pj2f0ZgGZaYObyNJfUVBuCEC2cktCVtPQF5jO_87qTdhDJIwYowyExQA-AsJU1n_XbkfHUkK4iF0FyhxuinuL3WNsiNg9S5edy6n_pLW9W1-2cjde47mVQJyxzdnXTDcSv7XeU8taTNaIwbkS5owE6tyJe-aooSek5NXjLpCP7K70kKxDZ3VvM8LglRQ6SgDg1dgs8KVyQqC8ZhWP4eaDMjGfn9my_dbsJNsJCMGtWfiPfJDVwvp_cdAYJRPhDv3EkQ-EWblNgcTRie2aT0ig8KltxVR0YphnjZBxMLRdv0_07BTQjyfuVbjC2o-RKPVVskc6A1qkTj1Aic4Z_pRt0kEzswzsb9Z52X_VqskuwMdjIjtYO0DUNG4bLMnahGe_NvHJhCi2IZPFky2qdzgMvmkKvF4BrTQKqpFotRzc7KpeoT9mqEtiGcdc-PgDVOFFExDVgKNhO40IZ5Jy7v06R-V9-gITisADWWG-CIPJMIAx3uAj-wQiXj6Tbs_NchdKcMShT2uWC73JfmFwGpVXJPkM0
Published on 15.06.2021
Budget airlines scoop up Italy routes as Alitalia relaunch stalls
Source: https://www.reuters.com/world/the-great-reboot/budget-airlines-scoop-up-italy-routes-alitalia-relaunch-stalls-2021-06-14/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 30.06.2021
Wizz Air will resume flights from Kutaisi, Georgia, to six European countries from 01JUL21
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37176-wizz-air-to-resume-flights-from-kutaisi-to-six-more-destinations.html
Published on 29.06.2021
Wizz Air to return to Georgian Kutaisi International Airport
Source: https://en.trend.az/business/transport/3447358.html?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=8eb4d5547e96654e52d99233dfa3faf8bbec9fb8-1624974267-0-ATnhic9ZCUiExY08p8Xz4_uXv4VjqTB_4fpKPrEdoUmSXGjNygajsgBSWrDFrBsjWXgXHRzA81BhgddGtxl0cZ9R7tRBQBQZFAuAvb3YeZDHLscyUifqeQIvGNXs7pj2f0ZgGZaYObyNJfUVBuCEC2cktCVtPQF5jO_87qTdhDJIwYowyExQA-AsJU1n_XbkfHUkK4iF0FyhxuinuL3WNsiNg9S5edy6n_pLW9W1-2cjde47mVQJyxzdnXTDcSv7XeU8taTNaIwbkS5owE6tyJe-aooSek5NXjLpCP7K70kKxDZ3VvM8LglRQ6SgDg1dgs8KVyQqC8ZhWP4eaDMjGfn9my_dbsJNsJCMGtWfiPfJDVwvp_cdAYJRPhDv3EkQ-EWblNgcTRie2aT0ig8KltxVR0YphnjZBxMLRdv0_07BTQjyfuVbjC2o-RKPVVskc6A1qkTj1Aic4Z_pRt0kEzswzsb9Z52X_VqskuwMdjIjtYO0DUNG4bLMnahGe_NvHJhCi2IZPFky2qdzgMvmkKvF4BrTQKqpFotRzc7KpeoT9mqEtiGcdc-PgDVOFFExDVgKNhO40IZ5Jy7v06R-V9-gITisADWWG-CIPJMIAx3uAj-wQiXj6Tbs_NchdKcMShT2uWC73JfmFwGpVXJPkM0
Published on 15.06.2021
Budget airlines scoop up Italy routes as Alitalia relaunch stalls
Source: https://www.reuters.com/world/the-great-reboot/budget-airlines-scoop-up-italy-routes-alitalia-relaunch-stalls-2021-06-14/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 30.06.2021
Wizz Air will resume flights from Kutaisi, Georgia, to six European countries from 01JUL21
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37176-wizz-air-to-resume-flights-from-kutaisi-to-six-more-destinations.html
Published on 29.06.2021
Wizz Air to return to Georgian Kutaisi International Airport
Source: https://en.trend.az/business/transport/3447358.html?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=8eb4d5547e96654e52d99233dfa3faf8bbec9fb8-1624974267-0-ATnhic9ZCUiExY08p8Xz4_uXv4VjqTB_4fpKPrEdoUmSXGjNygajsgBSWrDFrBsjWXgXHRzA81BhgddGtxl0cZ9R7tRBQBQZFAuAvb3YeZDHLscyUifqeQIvGNXs7pj2f0ZgGZaYObyNJfUVBuCEC2cktCVtPQF5jO_87qTdhDJIwYowyExQA-AsJU1n_XbkfHUkK4iF0FyhxuinuL3WNsiNg9S5edy6n_pLW9W1-2cjde47mVQJyxzdnXTDcSv7XeU8taTNaIwbkS5owE6tyJe-aooSek5NXjLpCP7K70kKxDZ3VvM8LglRQ6SgDg1dgs8KVyQqC8ZhWP4eaDMjGfn9my_dbsJNsJCMGtWfiPfJDVwvp_cdAYJRPhDv3EkQ-EWblNgcTRie2aT0ig8KltxVR0YphnjZBxMLRdv0_07BTQjyfuVbjC2o-RKPVVskc6A1qkTj1Aic4Z_pRt0kEzswzsb9Z52X_VqskuwMdjIjtYO0DUNG4bLMnahGe_NvHJhCi2IZPFky2qdzgMvmkKvF4BrTQKqpFotRzc7KpeoT9mqEtiGcdc-PgDVOFFExDVgKNhO40IZ5Jy7v06R-V9-gITisADWWG-CIPJMIAx3uAj-wQiXj6Tbs_NchdKcMShT2uWC73JfmFwGpVXJPkM0
Published on 15.06.2021
Budget airlines scoop up Italy routes as Alitalia relaunch stalls
Source: https://www.reuters.com/world/the-great-reboot/budget-airlines-scoop-up-italy-routes-alitalia-relaunch-stalls-2021-06-14/
Published on 07.07.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi to launch Baku flights from Aug-14
Source: https://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-to-launch-baku-flights-from-august-14-1.1625653729676
Published on 30.06.2021
Wizz Air will resume flights from Kutaisi, Georgia, to six European countries from 01JUL21
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37176-wizz-air-to-resume-flights-from-kutaisi-to-six-more-destinations.html
Published on 29.06.2021
Wizz Air to return to Georgian Kutaisi International Airport
Source: https://en.trend.az/business/transport/3447358.html?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=8eb4d5547e96654e52d99233dfa3faf8bbec9fb8-1624974267-0-ATnhic9ZCUiExY08p8Xz4_uXv4VjqTB_4fpKPrEdoUmSXGjNygajsgBSWrDFrBsjWXgXHRzA81BhgddGtxl0cZ9R7tRBQBQZFAuAvb3YeZDHLscyUifqeQIvGNXs7pj2f0ZgGZaYObyNJfUVBuCEC2cktCVtPQF5jO_87qTdhDJIwYowyExQA-AsJU1n_XbkfHUkK4iF0FyhxuinuL3WNsiNg9S5edy6n_pLW9W1-2cjde47mVQJyxzdnXTDcSv7XeU8taTNaIwbkS5owE6tyJe-aooSek5NXjLpCP7K70kKxDZ3VvM8LglRQ6SgDg1dgs8KVyQqC8ZhWP4eaDMjGfn9my_dbsJNsJCMGtWfiPfJDVwvp_cdAYJRPhDv3EkQ-EWblNgcTRie2aT0ig8KltxVR0YphnjZBxMLRdv0_07BTQjyfuVbjC2o-RKPVVskc6A1qkTj1Aic4Z_pRt0kEzswzsb9Z52X_VqskuwMdjIjtYO0DUNG4bLMnahGe_NvHJhCi2IZPFky2qdzgMvmkKvF4BrTQKqpFotRzc7KpeoT9mqEtiGcdc-PgDVOFFExDVgKNhO40IZ5Jy7v06R-V9-gITisADWWG-CIPJMIAx3uAj-wQiXj6Tbs_NchdKcMShT2uWC73JfmFwGpVXJPkM0
Published on 15.06.2021
Budget airlines scoop up Italy routes as Alitalia relaunch stalls
Source: https://www.reuters.com/world/the-great-reboot/budget-airlines-scoop-up-italy-routes-alitalia-relaunch-stalls-2021-06-14/
Published on 30.06.2021
Wizz Air will resume flights from Kutaisi, Georgia, to six European countries from 01JUL21
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37176-wizz-air-to-resume-flights-from-kutaisi-to-six-more-destinations.html
Published on 29.06.2021
Wizz Air to return to Georgian Kutaisi International Airport
Source: https://en.trend.az/business/transport/3447358.html?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=8eb4d5547e96654e52d99233dfa3faf8bbec9fb8-1624974267-0-ATnhic9ZCUiExY08p8Xz4_uXv4VjqTB_4fpKPrEdoUmSXGjNygajsgBSWrDFrBsjWXgXHRzA81BhgddGtxl0cZ9R7tRBQBQZFAuAvb3YeZDHLscyUifqeQIvGNXs7pj2f0ZgGZaYObyNJfUVBuCEC2cktCVtPQF5jO_87qTdhDJIwYowyExQA-AsJU1n_XbkfHUkK4iF0FyhxuinuL3WNsiNg9S5edy6n_pLW9W1-2cjde47mVQJyxzdnXTDcSv7XeU8taTNaIwbkS5owE6tyJe-aooSek5NXjLpCP7K70kKxDZ3VvM8LglRQ6SgDg1dgs8KVyQqC8ZhWP4eaDMjGfn9my_dbsJNsJCMGtWfiPfJDVwvp_cdAYJRPhDv3EkQ-EWblNgcTRie2aT0ig8KltxVR0YphnjZBxMLRdv0_07BTQjyfuVbjC2o-RKPVVskc6A1qkTj1Aic4Z_pRt0kEzswzsb9Z52X_VqskuwMdjIjtYO0DUNG4bLMnahGe_NvHJhCi2IZPFky2qdzgMvmkKvF4BrTQKqpFotRzc7KpeoT9mqEtiGcdc-PgDVOFFExDVgKNhO40IZ5Jy7v06R-V9-gITisADWWG-CIPJMIAx3uAj-wQiXj6Tbs_NchdKcMShT2uWC73JfmFwGpVXJPkM0
Published on 15.06.2021
Budget airlines scoop up Italy routes as Alitalia relaunch stalls
Source: https://www.reuters.com/world/the-great-reboot/budget-airlines-scoop-up-italy-routes-alitalia-relaunch-stalls-2021-06-14/
Published on 08.06.2021
Seven more European cities reconnect to Budapest Airport with Wizz Air
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/seven-more-european-cities-reconnect-to-budapest-airport-with-wizz-air/
Published on 07.06.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi announces new flights to three Greek destinations
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-announces-new-flights-to-three-greek-destinations/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2e3a82496f381668c6d0608f28b5d52cddba92f1-1623071234-0-AR_baOlVnIel_I3D2sxvxvNPNb47yyFyNroGJQZeHYr7Fl7uHfg4eOFwlm_eAssiN0YOG8P-Zt8XJ3t_odzi4toCfe4XnscjJ_ypBRu5UA7KkUFlv_COwK6wLX7NZxoeCad80QqKU0MCUE0WMA4AuDksbdrflZnrgXQMMONG5xp0HtJUOMXHjsw_zHbgBF4GuMJWNCE3MsCwdQvY_tXDLWWRdgleVE8iP7vhn89yDUpNt5VkGRxf6RPUJz1OTgdGH4VrifSL3sMEAa7WXWWort98OiX9GkcK-U62c7NH48rgHVZmQvRFLv2vBIY-Qm5ceYQGU9-ehcDF4Q3DDscO6u9_rudmmlK4Yu4CD8exuyPjhyd1sInAwIKn8IOH7UZ4rnitOOlA-XVT5w6j2aMZI74St1NDW37ZmXS8PzMoIJxYsKcV7NELSjKaS5Toxfpjsdd29VNUZpFCrfcMcOC-YVsxQUC2mmOeC0DVuiVIYn20_DWxohS08iLaARIDlwbK9aCOYXZnC7KsO27QAm29w6GivFFyOrazvstzfRxp3TyJiHPR6E5n-swSXAcDGzAqgCdLJ_SxlTFyP-G9mUIROhofoU7FsKLzTjeXxljkbZJKFEFQFmdvMQ4-5ooVcTTug3iuCjUGnEmKok08FHP8uPp7Nm5QfkZB6v4OrhTsLRgoO5XhJSmj-Z6qHofKcG5z6wHtZLZOcg7kjzk67gEUGUg
Published on 30.06.2021
Wizz Air will resume flights from Kutaisi, Georgia, to six European countries from 01JUL21
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37176-wizz-air-to-resume-flights-from-kutaisi-to-six-more-destinations.html
Published on 29.06.2021
Wizz Air to return to Georgian Kutaisi International Airport
Source: https://en.trend.az/business/transport/3447358.html?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=8eb4d5547e96654e52d99233dfa3faf8bbec9fb8-1624974267-0-ATnhic9ZCUiExY08p8Xz4_uXv4VjqTB_4fpKPrEdoUmSXGjNygajsgBSWrDFrBsjWXgXHRzA81BhgddGtxl0cZ9R7tRBQBQZFAuAvb3YeZDHLscyUifqeQIvGNXs7pj2f0ZgGZaYObyNJfUVBuCEC2cktCVtPQF5jO_87qTdhDJIwYowyExQA-AsJU1n_XbkfHUkK4iF0FyhxuinuL3WNsiNg9S5edy6n_pLW9W1-2cjde47mVQJyxzdnXTDcSv7XeU8taTNaIwbkS5owE6tyJe-aooSek5NXjLpCP7K70kKxDZ3VvM8LglRQ6SgDg1dgs8KVyQqC8ZhWP4eaDMjGfn9my_dbsJNsJCMGtWfiPfJDVwvp_cdAYJRPhDv3EkQ-EWblNgcTRie2aT0ig8KltxVR0YphnjZBxMLRdv0_07BTQjyfuVbjC2o-RKPVVskc6A1qkTj1Aic4Z_pRt0kEzswzsb9Z52X_VqskuwMdjIjtYO0DUNG4bLMnahGe_NvHJhCi2IZPFky2qdzgMvmkKvF4BrTQKqpFotRzc7KpeoT9mqEtiGcdc-PgDVOFFExDVgKNhO40IZ5Jy7v06R-V9-gITisADWWG-CIPJMIAx3uAj-wQiXj6Tbs_NchdKcMShT2uWC73JfmFwGpVXJPkM0
Published on 15.06.2021
Budget airlines scoop up Italy routes as Alitalia relaunch stalls
Source: https://www.reuters.com/world/the-great-reboot/budget-airlines-scoop-up-italy-routes-alitalia-relaunch-stalls-2021-06-14/
Published on 08.06.2021
Seven more European cities reconnect to Budapest Airport with Wizz Air
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/seven-more-european-cities-reconnect-to-budapest-airport-with-wizz-air/
Published on 07.06.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi announces new flights to three Greek destinations
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-announces-new-flights-to-three-greek-destinations/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2e3a82496f381668c6d0608f28b5d52cddba92f1-1623071234-0-AR_baOlVnIel_I3D2sxvxvNPNb47yyFyNroGJQZeHYr7Fl7uHfg4eOFwlm_eAssiN0YOG8P-Zt8XJ3t_odzi4toCfe4XnscjJ_ypBRu5UA7KkUFlv_COwK6wLX7NZxoeCad80QqKU0MCUE0WMA4AuDksbdrflZnrgXQMMONG5xp0HtJUOMXHjsw_zHbgBF4GuMJWNCE3MsCwdQvY_tXDLWWRdgleVE8iP7vhn89yDUpNt5VkGRxf6RPUJz1OTgdGH4VrifSL3sMEAa7WXWWort98OiX9GkcK-U62c7NH48rgHVZmQvRFLv2vBIY-Qm5ceYQGU9-ehcDF4Q3DDscO6u9_rudmmlK4Yu4CD8exuyPjhyd1sInAwIKn8IOH7UZ4rnitOOlA-XVT5w6j2aMZI74St1NDW37ZmXS8PzMoIJxYsKcV7NELSjKaS5Toxfpjsdd29VNUZpFCrfcMcOC-YVsxQUC2mmOeC0DVuiVIYn20_DWxohS08iLaARIDlwbK9aCOYXZnC7KsO27QAm29w6GivFFyOrazvstzfRxp3TyJiHPR6E5n-swSXAcDGzAqgCdLJ_SxlTFyP-G9mUIROhofoU7FsKLzTjeXxljkbZJKFEFQFmdvMQ4-5ooVcTTug3iuCjUGnEmKok08FHP8uPp7Nm5QfkZB6v4OrhTsLRgoO5XhJSmj-Z6qHofKcG5z6wHtZLZOcg7kjzk67gEUGUg
Published on 30.06.2021
Wizz Air will resume flights from Kutaisi, Georgia, to six European countries from 01JUL21
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37176-wizz-air-to-resume-flights-from-kutaisi-to-six-more-destinations.html
Published on 29.06.2021
Wizz Air to return to Georgian Kutaisi International Airport
Source: https://en.trend.az/business/transport/3447358.html?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=8eb4d5547e96654e52d99233dfa3faf8bbec9fb8-1624974267-0-ATnhic9ZCUiExY08p8Xz4_uXv4VjqTB_4fpKPrEdoUmSXGjNygajsgBSWrDFrBsjWXgXHRzA81BhgddGtxl0cZ9R7tRBQBQZFAuAvb3YeZDHLscyUifqeQIvGNXs7pj2f0ZgGZaYObyNJfUVBuCEC2cktCVtPQF5jO_87qTdhDJIwYowyExQA-AsJU1n_XbkfHUkK4iF0FyhxuinuL3WNsiNg9S5edy6n_pLW9W1-2cjde47mVQJyxzdnXTDcSv7XeU8taTNaIwbkS5owE6tyJe-aooSek5NXjLpCP7K70kKxDZ3VvM8LglRQ6SgDg1dgs8KVyQqC8ZhWP4eaDMjGfn9my_dbsJNsJCMGtWfiPfJDVwvp_cdAYJRPhDv3EkQ-EWblNgcTRie2aT0ig8KltxVR0YphnjZBxMLRdv0_07BTQjyfuVbjC2o-RKPVVskc6A1qkTj1Aic4Z_pRt0kEzswzsb9Z52X_VqskuwMdjIjtYO0DUNG4bLMnahGe_NvHJhCi2IZPFky2qdzgMvmkKvF4BrTQKqpFotRzc7KpeoT9mqEtiGcdc-PgDVOFFExDVgKNhO40IZ5Jy7v06R-V9-gITisADWWG-CIPJMIAx3uAj-wQiXj6Tbs_NchdKcMShT2uWC73JfmFwGpVXJPkM0
Published on 15.06.2021
Budget airlines scoop up Italy routes as Alitalia relaunch stalls
Source: https://www.reuters.com/world/the-great-reboot/budget-airlines-scoop-up-italy-routes-alitalia-relaunch-stalls-2021-06-14/
Published on 08.06.2021
Seven more European cities reconnect to Budapest Airport with Wizz Air
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/seven-more-european-cities-reconnect-to-budapest-airport-with-wizz-air/
Published on 07.06.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi announces new flights to three Greek destinations
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-announces-new-flights-to-three-greek-destinations/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2e3a82496f381668c6d0608f28b5d52cddba92f1-1623071234-0-AR_baOlVnIel_I3D2sxvxvNPNb47yyFyNroGJQZeHYr7Fl7uHfg4eOFwlm_eAssiN0YOG8P-Zt8XJ3t_odzi4toCfe4XnscjJ_ypBRu5UA7KkUFlv_COwK6wLX7NZxoeCad80QqKU0MCUE0WMA4AuDksbdrflZnrgXQMMONG5xp0HtJUOMXHjsw_zHbgBF4GuMJWNCE3MsCwdQvY_tXDLWWRdgleVE8iP7vhn89yDUpNt5VkGRxf6RPUJz1OTgdGH4VrifSL3sMEAa7WXWWort98OiX9GkcK-U62c7NH48rgHVZmQvRFLv2vBIY-Qm5ceYQGU9-ehcDF4Q3DDscO6u9_rudmmlK4Yu4CD8exuyPjhyd1sInAwIKn8IOH7UZ4rnitOOlA-XVT5w6j2aMZI74St1NDW37ZmXS8PzMoIJxYsKcV7NELSjKaS5Toxfpjsdd29VNUZpFCrfcMcOC-YVsxQUC2mmOeC0DVuiVIYn20_DWxohS08iLaARIDlwbK9aCOYXZnC7KsO27QAm29w6GivFFyOrazvstzfRxp3TyJiHPR6E5n-swSXAcDGzAqgCdLJ_SxlTFyP-G9mUIROhofoU7FsKLzTjeXxljkbZJKFEFQFmdvMQ4-5ooVcTTug3iuCjUGnEmKok08FHP8uPp7Nm5QfkZB6v4OrhTsLRgoO5XhJSmj-Z6qHofKcG5z6wHtZLZOcg7kjzk67gEUGUg
Published on 30.06.2021
Wizz Air will resume flights from Kutaisi, Georgia, to six European countries from 01JUL21
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37176-wizz-air-to-resume-flights-from-kutaisi-to-six-more-destinations.html
Published on 29.06.2021
Wizz Air to return to Georgian Kutaisi International Airport
Source: https://en.trend.az/business/transport/3447358.html?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=8eb4d5547e96654e52d99233dfa3faf8bbec9fb8-1624974267-0-ATnhic9ZCUiExY08p8Xz4_uXv4VjqTB_4fpKPrEdoUmSXGjNygajsgBSWrDFrBsjWXgXHRzA81BhgddGtxl0cZ9R7tRBQBQZFAuAvb3YeZDHLscyUifqeQIvGNXs7pj2f0ZgGZaYObyNJfUVBuCEC2cktCVtPQF5jO_87qTdhDJIwYowyExQA-AsJU1n_XbkfHUkK4iF0FyhxuinuL3WNsiNg9S5edy6n_pLW9W1-2cjde47mVQJyxzdnXTDcSv7XeU8taTNaIwbkS5owE6tyJe-aooSek5NXjLpCP7K70kKxDZ3VvM8LglRQ6SgDg1dgs8KVyQqC8ZhWP4eaDMjGfn9my_dbsJNsJCMGtWfiPfJDVwvp_cdAYJRPhDv3EkQ-EWblNgcTRie2aT0ig8KltxVR0YphnjZBxMLRdv0_07BTQjyfuVbjC2o-RKPVVskc6A1qkTj1Aic4Z_pRt0kEzswzsb9Z52X_VqskuwMdjIjtYO0DUNG4bLMnahGe_NvHJhCi2IZPFky2qdzgMvmkKvF4BrTQKqpFotRzc7KpeoT9mqEtiGcdc-PgDVOFFExDVgKNhO40IZ5Jy7v06R-V9-gITisADWWG-CIPJMIAx3uAj-wQiXj6Tbs_NchdKcMShT2uWC73JfmFwGpVXJPkM0
Published on 15.06.2021
Budget airlines scoop up Italy routes as Alitalia relaunch stalls
Source: https://www.reuters.com/world/the-great-reboot/budget-airlines-scoop-up-italy-routes-alitalia-relaunch-stalls-2021-06-14/
Published on 08.06.2021
Seven more European cities reconnect to Budapest Airport with Wizz Air
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/seven-more-european-cities-reconnect-to-budapest-airport-with-wizz-air/
Published on 07.06.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi announces new flights to three Greek destinations
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-announces-new-flights-to-three-greek-destinations/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2e3a82496f381668c6d0608f28b5d52cddba92f1-1623071234-0-AR_baOlVnIel_I3D2sxvxvNPNb47yyFyNroGJQZeHYr7Fl7uHfg4eOFwlm_eAssiN0YOG8P-Zt8XJ3t_odzi4toCfe4XnscjJ_ypBRu5UA7KkUFlv_COwK6wLX7NZxoeCad80QqKU0MCUE0WMA4AuDksbdrflZnrgXQMMONG5xp0HtJUOMXHjsw_zHbgBF4GuMJWNCE3MsCwdQvY_tXDLWWRdgleVE8iP7vhn89yDUpNt5VkGRxf6RPUJz1OTgdGH4VrifSL3sMEAa7WXWWort98OiX9GkcK-U62c7NH48rgHVZmQvRFLv2vBIY-Qm5ceYQGU9-ehcDF4Q3DDscO6u9_rudmmlK4Yu4CD8exuyPjhyd1sInAwIKn8IOH7UZ4rnitOOlA-XVT5w6j2aMZI74St1NDW37ZmXS8PzMoIJxYsKcV7NELSjKaS5Toxfpjsdd29VNUZpFCrfcMcOC-YVsxQUC2mmOeC0DVuiVIYn20_DWxohS08iLaARIDlwbK9aCOYXZnC7KsO27QAm29w6GivFFyOrazvstzfRxp3TyJiHPR6E5n-swSXAcDGzAqgCdLJ_SxlTFyP-G9mUIROhofoU7FsKLzTjeXxljkbZJKFEFQFmdvMQ4-5ooVcTTug3iuCjUGnEmKok08FHP8uPp7Nm5QfkZB6v4OrhTsLRgoO5XhJSmj-Z6qHofKcG5z6wHtZLZOcg7kjzk67gEUGUg
Published on 30.06.2021
Wizz Air will resume flights from Kutaisi, Georgia, to six European countries from 01JUL21
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37176-wizz-air-to-resume-flights-from-kutaisi-to-six-more-destinations.html
Published on 29.06.2021
Wizz Air to return to Georgian Kutaisi International Airport
Source: https://en.trend.az/business/transport/3447358.html?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=8eb4d5547e96654e52d99233dfa3faf8bbec9fb8-1624974267-0-ATnhic9ZCUiExY08p8Xz4_uXv4VjqTB_4fpKPrEdoUmSXGjNygajsgBSWrDFrBsjWXgXHRzA81BhgddGtxl0cZ9R7tRBQBQZFAuAvb3YeZDHLscyUifqeQIvGNXs7pj2f0ZgGZaYObyNJfUVBuCEC2cktCVtPQF5jO_87qTdhDJIwYowyExQA-AsJU1n_XbkfHUkK4iF0FyhxuinuL3WNsiNg9S5edy6n_pLW9W1-2cjde47mVQJyxzdnXTDcSv7XeU8taTNaIwbkS5owE6tyJe-aooSek5NXjLpCP7K70kKxDZ3VvM8LglRQ6SgDg1dgs8KVyQqC8ZhWP4eaDMjGfn9my_dbsJNsJCMGtWfiPfJDVwvp_cdAYJRPhDv3EkQ-EWblNgcTRie2aT0ig8KltxVR0YphnjZBxMLRdv0_07BTQjyfuVbjC2o-RKPVVskc6A1qkTj1Aic4Z_pRt0kEzswzsb9Z52X_VqskuwMdjIjtYO0DUNG4bLMnahGe_NvHJhCi2IZPFky2qdzgMvmkKvF4BrTQKqpFotRzc7KpeoT9mqEtiGcdc-PgDVOFFExDVgKNhO40IZ5Jy7v06R-V9-gITisADWWG-CIPJMIAx3uAj-wQiXj6Tbs_NchdKcMShT2uWC73JfmFwGpVXJPkM0
Published on 15.06.2021
Budget airlines scoop up Italy routes as Alitalia relaunch stalls
Source: https://www.reuters.com/world/the-great-reboot/budget-airlines-scoop-up-italy-routes-alitalia-relaunch-stalls-2021-06-14/
Published on 08.06.2021
Seven more European cities reconnect to Budapest Airport with Wizz Air
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/seven-more-european-cities-reconnect-to-budapest-airport-with-wizz-air/
Published on 07.06.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi announces new flights to three Greek destinations
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-announces-new-flights-to-three-greek-destinations/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2e3a82496f381668c6d0608f28b5d52cddba92f1-1623071234-0-AR_baOlVnIel_I3D2sxvxvNPNb47yyFyNroGJQZeHYr7Fl7uHfg4eOFwlm_eAssiN0YOG8P-Zt8XJ3t_odzi4toCfe4XnscjJ_ypBRu5UA7KkUFlv_COwK6wLX7NZxoeCad80QqKU0MCUE0WMA4AuDksbdrflZnrgXQMMONG5xp0HtJUOMXHjsw_zHbgBF4GuMJWNCE3MsCwdQvY_tXDLWWRdgleVE8iP7vhn89yDUpNt5VkGRxf6RPUJz1OTgdGH4VrifSL3sMEAa7WXWWort98OiX9GkcK-U62c7NH48rgHVZmQvRFLv2vBIY-Qm5ceYQGU9-ehcDF4Q3DDscO6u9_rudmmlK4Yu4CD8exuyPjhyd1sInAwIKn8IOH7UZ4rnitOOlA-XVT5w6j2aMZI74St1NDW37ZmXS8PzMoIJxYsKcV7NELSjKaS5Toxfpjsdd29VNUZpFCrfcMcOC-YVsxQUC2mmOeC0DVuiVIYn20_DWxohS08iLaARIDlwbK9aCOYXZnC7KsO27QAm29w6GivFFyOrazvstzfRxp3TyJiHPR6E5n-swSXAcDGzAqgCdLJ_SxlTFyP-G9mUIROhofoU7FsKLzTjeXxljkbZJKFEFQFmdvMQ4-5ooVcTTug3iuCjUGnEmKok08FHP8uPp7Nm5QfkZB6v4OrhTsLRgoO5XhJSmj-Z6qHofKcG5z6wHtZLZOcg7kjzk67gEUGUg
Published on 30.06.2021
Wizz Air will resume flights from Kutaisi, Georgia, to six European countries from 01JUL21
Source: https://georgianjournal.ge/society/37176-wizz-air-to-resume-flights-from-kutaisi-to-six-more-destinations.html
Published on 29.06.2021
Wizz Air to return to Georgian Kutaisi International Airport
Source: https://en.trend.az/business/transport/3447358.html?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=8eb4d5547e96654e52d99233dfa3faf8bbec9fb8-1624974267-0-ATnhic9ZCUiExY08p8Xz4_uXv4VjqTB_4fpKPrEdoUmSXGjNygajsgBSWrDFrBsjWXgXHRzA81BhgddGtxl0cZ9R7tRBQBQZFAuAvb3YeZDHLscyUifqeQIvGNXs7pj2f0ZgGZaYObyNJfUVBuCEC2cktCVtPQF5jO_87qTdhDJIwYowyExQA-AsJU1n_XbkfHUkK4iF0FyhxuinuL3WNsiNg9S5edy6n_pLW9W1-2cjde47mVQJyxzdnXTDcSv7XeU8taTNaIwbkS5owE6tyJe-aooSek5NXjLpCP7K70kKxDZ3VvM8LglRQ6SgDg1dgs8KVyQqC8ZhWP4eaDMjGfn9my_dbsJNsJCMGtWfiPfJDVwvp_cdAYJRPhDv3EkQ-EWblNgcTRie2aT0ig8KltxVR0YphnjZBxMLRdv0_07BTQjyfuVbjC2o-RKPVVskc6A1qkTj1Aic4Z_pRt0kEzswzsb9Z52X_VqskuwMdjIjtYO0DUNG4bLMnahGe_NvHJhCi2IZPFky2qdzgMvmkKvF4BrTQKqpFotRzc7KpeoT9mqEtiGcdc-PgDVOFFExDVgKNhO40IZ5Jy7v06R-V9-gITisADWWG-CIPJMIAx3uAj-wQiXj6Tbs_NchdKcMShT2uWC73JfmFwGpVXJPkM0
Published on 15.06.2021
Budget airlines scoop up Italy routes as Alitalia relaunch stalls
Source: https://www.reuters.com/world/the-great-reboot/budget-airlines-scoop-up-italy-routes-alitalia-relaunch-stalls-2021-06-14/
Published on 08.06.2021
Seven more European cities reconnect to Budapest Airport with Wizz Air
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/seven-more-european-cities-reconnect-to-budapest-airport-with-wizz-air/
Published on 07.06.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi announces new flights to three Greek destinations
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-announces-new-flights-to-three-greek-destinations/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2e3a82496f381668c6d0608f28b5d52cddba92f1-1623071234-0-AR_baOlVnIel_I3D2sxvxvNPNb47yyFyNroGJQZeHYr7Fl7uHfg4eOFwlm_eAssiN0YOG8P-Zt8XJ3t_odzi4toCfe4XnscjJ_ypBRu5UA7KkUFlv_COwK6wLX7NZxoeCad80QqKU0MCUE0WMA4AuDksbdrflZnrgXQMMONG5xp0HtJUOMXHjsw_zHbgBF4GuMJWNCE3MsCwdQvY_tXDLWWRdgleVE8iP7vhn89yDUpNt5VkGRxf6RPUJz1OTgdGH4VrifSL3sMEAa7WXWWort98OiX9GkcK-U62c7NH48rgHVZmQvRFLv2vBIY-Qm5ceYQGU9-ehcDF4Q3DDscO6u9_rudmmlK4Yu4CD8exuyPjhyd1sInAwIKn8IOH7UZ4rnitOOlA-XVT5w6j2aMZI74St1NDW37ZmXS8PzMoIJxYsKcV7NELSjKaS5Toxfpjsdd29VNUZpFCrfcMcOC-YVsxQUC2mmOeC0DVuiVIYn20_DWxohS08iLaARIDlwbK9aCOYXZnC7KsO27QAm29w6GivFFyOrazvstzfRxp3TyJiHPR6E5n-swSXAcDGzAqgCdLJ_SxlTFyP-G9mUIROhofoU7FsKLzTjeXxljkbZJKFEFQFmdvMQ4-5ooVcTTug3iuCjUGnEmKok08FHP8uPp7Nm5QfkZB6v4OrhTsLRgoO5XhJSmj-Z6qHofKcG5z6wHtZLZOcg7kjzk67gEUGUg
Published on 29.06.2021
Wizz Air to return to Georgian Kutaisi International Airport
Source: https://en.trend.az/business/transport/3447358.html?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=8eb4d5547e96654e52d99233dfa3faf8bbec9fb8-1624974267-0-ATnhic9ZCUiExY08p8Xz4_uXv4VjqTB_4fpKPrEdoUmSXGjNygajsgBSWrDFrBsjWXgXHRzA81BhgddGtxl0cZ9R7tRBQBQZFAuAvb3YeZDHLscyUifqeQIvGNXs7pj2f0ZgGZaYObyNJfUVBuCEC2cktCVtPQF5jO_87qTdhDJIwYowyExQA-AsJU1n_XbkfHUkK4iF0FyhxuinuL3WNsiNg9S5edy6n_pLW9W1-2cjde47mVQJyxzdnXTDcSv7XeU8taTNaIwbkS5owE6tyJe-aooSek5NXjLpCP7K70kKxDZ3VvM8LglRQ6SgDg1dgs8KVyQqC8ZhWP4eaDMjGfn9my_dbsJNsJCMGtWfiPfJDVwvp_cdAYJRPhDv3EkQ-EWblNgcTRie2aT0ig8KltxVR0YphnjZBxMLRdv0_07BTQjyfuVbjC2o-RKPVVskc6A1qkTj1Aic4Z_pRt0kEzswzsb9Z52X_VqskuwMdjIjtYO0DUNG4bLMnahGe_NvHJhCi2IZPFky2qdzgMvmkKvF4BrTQKqpFotRzc7KpeoT9mqEtiGcdc-PgDVOFFExDVgKNhO40IZ5Jy7v06R-V9-gITisADWWG-CIPJMIAx3uAj-wQiXj6Tbs_NchdKcMShT2uWC73JfmFwGpVXJPkM0
Published on 15.06.2021
Budget airlines scoop up Italy routes as Alitalia relaunch stalls
Source: https://www.reuters.com/world/the-great-reboot/budget-airlines-scoop-up-italy-routes-alitalia-relaunch-stalls-2021-06-14/
Published on 08.06.2021
Seven more European cities reconnect to Budapest Airport with Wizz Air
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/seven-more-european-cities-reconnect-to-budapest-airport-with-wizz-air/
Published on 07.06.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi announces new flights to three Greek destinations
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-announces-new-flights-to-three-greek-destinations/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2e3a82496f381668c6d0608f28b5d52cddba92f1-1623071234-0-AR_baOlVnIel_I3D2sxvxvNPNb47yyFyNroGJQZeHYr7Fl7uHfg4eOFwlm_eAssiN0YOG8P-Zt8XJ3t_odzi4toCfe4XnscjJ_ypBRu5UA7KkUFlv_COwK6wLX7NZxoeCad80QqKU0MCUE0WMA4AuDksbdrflZnrgXQMMONG5xp0HtJUOMXHjsw_zHbgBF4GuMJWNCE3MsCwdQvY_tXDLWWRdgleVE8iP7vhn89yDUpNt5VkGRxf6RPUJz1OTgdGH4VrifSL3sMEAa7WXWWort98OiX9GkcK-U62c7NH48rgHVZmQvRFLv2vBIY-Qm5ceYQGU9-ehcDF4Q3DDscO6u9_rudmmlK4Yu4CD8exuyPjhyd1sInAwIKn8IOH7UZ4rnitOOlA-XVT5w6j2aMZI74St1NDW37ZmXS8PzMoIJxYsKcV7NELSjKaS5Toxfpjsdd29VNUZpFCrfcMcOC-YVsxQUC2mmOeC0DVuiVIYn20_DWxohS08iLaARIDlwbK9aCOYXZnC7KsO27QAm29w6GivFFyOrazvstzfRxp3TyJiHPR6E5n-swSXAcDGzAqgCdLJ_SxlTFyP-G9mUIROhofoU7FsKLzTjeXxljkbZJKFEFQFmdvMQ4-5ooVcTTug3iuCjUGnEmKok08FHP8uPp7Nm5QfkZB6v4OrhTsLRgoO5XhJSmj-Z6qHofKcG5z6wHtZLZOcg7kjzk67gEUGUg
Published on 29.06.2021
Wizz Air to return to Georgian Kutaisi International Airport
Source: https://en.trend.az/business/transport/3447358.html?__cf_chl_managed_tk__=8eb4d5547e96654e52d99233dfa3faf8bbec9fb8-1624974267-0-ATnhic9ZCUiExY08p8Xz4_uXv4VjqTB_4fpKPrEdoUmSXGjNygajsgBSWrDFrBsjWXgXHRzA81BhgddGtxl0cZ9R7tRBQBQZFAuAvb3YeZDHLscyUifqeQIvGNXs7pj2f0ZgGZaYObyNJfUVBuCEC2cktCVtPQF5jO_87qTdhDJIwYowyExQA-AsJU1n_XbkfHUkK4iF0FyhxuinuL3WNsiNg9S5edy6n_pLW9W1-2cjde47mVQJyxzdnXTDcSv7XeU8taTNaIwbkS5owE6tyJe-aooSek5NXjLpCP7K70kKxDZ3VvM8LglRQ6SgDg1dgs8KVyQqC8ZhWP4eaDMjGfn9my_dbsJNsJCMGtWfiPfJDVwvp_cdAYJRPhDv3EkQ-EWblNgcTRie2aT0ig8KltxVR0YphnjZBxMLRdv0_07BTQjyfuVbjC2o-RKPVVskc6A1qkTj1Aic4Z_pRt0kEzswzsb9Z52X_VqskuwMdjIjtYO0DUNG4bLMnahGe_NvHJhCi2IZPFky2qdzgMvmkKvF4BrTQKqpFotRzc7KpeoT9mqEtiGcdc-PgDVOFFExDVgKNhO40IZ5Jy7v06R-V9-gITisADWWG-CIPJMIAx3uAj-wQiXj6Tbs_NchdKcMShT2uWC73JfmFwGpVXJPkM0
Published on 15.06.2021
Budget airlines scoop up Italy routes as Alitalia relaunch stalls
Source: https://www.reuters.com/world/the-great-reboot/budget-airlines-scoop-up-italy-routes-alitalia-relaunch-stalls-2021-06-14/
Published on 08.06.2021
Seven more European cities reconnect to Budapest Airport with Wizz Air
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/seven-more-european-cities-reconnect-to-budapest-airport-with-wizz-air/
Published on 07.06.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi announces new flights to three Greek destinations
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-announces-new-flights-to-three-greek-destinations/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2e3a82496f381668c6d0608f28b5d52cddba92f1-1623071234-0-AR_baOlVnIel_I3D2sxvxvNPNb47yyFyNroGJQZeHYr7Fl7uHfg4eOFwlm_eAssiN0YOG8P-Zt8XJ3t_odzi4toCfe4XnscjJ_ypBRu5UA7KkUFlv_COwK6wLX7NZxoeCad80QqKU0MCUE0WMA4AuDksbdrflZnrgXQMMONG5xp0HtJUOMXHjsw_zHbgBF4GuMJWNCE3MsCwdQvY_tXDLWWRdgleVE8iP7vhn89yDUpNt5VkGRxf6RPUJz1OTgdGH4VrifSL3sMEAa7WXWWort98OiX9GkcK-U62c7NH48rgHVZmQvRFLv2vBIY-Qm5ceYQGU9-ehcDF4Q3DDscO6u9_rudmmlK4Yu4CD8exuyPjhyd1sInAwIKn8IOH7UZ4rnitOOlA-XVT5w6j2aMZI74St1NDW37ZmXS8PzMoIJxYsKcV7NELSjKaS5Toxfpjsdd29VNUZpFCrfcMcOC-YVsxQUC2mmOeC0DVuiVIYn20_DWxohS08iLaARIDlwbK9aCOYXZnC7KsO27QAm29w6GivFFyOrazvstzfRxp3TyJiHPR6E5n-swSXAcDGzAqgCdLJ_SxlTFyP-G9mUIROhofoU7FsKLzTjeXxljkbZJKFEFQFmdvMQ4-5ooVcTTug3iuCjUGnEmKok08FHP8uPp7Nm5QfkZB6v4OrhTsLRgoO5XhJSmj-Z6qHofKcG5z6wHtZLZOcg7kjzk67gEUGUg
Published on 15.06.2021
Budget airlines scoop up Italy routes as Alitalia relaunch stalls
Source: https://www.reuters.com/world/the-great-reboot/budget-airlines-scoop-up-italy-routes-alitalia-relaunch-stalls-2021-06-14/
Published on 08.06.2021
Seven more European cities reconnect to Budapest Airport with Wizz Air
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/seven-more-european-cities-reconnect-to-budapest-airport-with-wizz-air/
Published on 07.06.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi announces new flights to three Greek destinations
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-announces-new-flights-to-three-greek-destinations/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2e3a82496f381668c6d0608f28b5d52cddba92f1-1623071234-0-AR_baOlVnIel_I3D2sxvxvNPNb47yyFyNroGJQZeHYr7Fl7uHfg4eOFwlm_eAssiN0YOG8P-Zt8XJ3t_odzi4toCfe4XnscjJ_ypBRu5UA7KkUFlv_COwK6wLX7NZxoeCad80QqKU0MCUE0WMA4AuDksbdrflZnrgXQMMONG5xp0HtJUOMXHjsw_zHbgBF4GuMJWNCE3MsCwdQvY_tXDLWWRdgleVE8iP7vhn89yDUpNt5VkGRxf6RPUJz1OTgdGH4VrifSL3sMEAa7WXWWort98OiX9GkcK-U62c7NH48rgHVZmQvRFLv2vBIY-Qm5ceYQGU9-ehcDF4Q3DDscO6u9_rudmmlK4Yu4CD8exuyPjhyd1sInAwIKn8IOH7UZ4rnitOOlA-XVT5w6j2aMZI74St1NDW37ZmXS8PzMoIJxYsKcV7NELSjKaS5Toxfpjsdd29VNUZpFCrfcMcOC-YVsxQUC2mmOeC0DVuiVIYn20_DWxohS08iLaARIDlwbK9aCOYXZnC7KsO27QAm29w6GivFFyOrazvstzfRxp3TyJiHPR6E5n-swSXAcDGzAqgCdLJ_SxlTFyP-G9mUIROhofoU7FsKLzTjeXxljkbZJKFEFQFmdvMQ4-5ooVcTTug3iuCjUGnEmKok08FHP8uPp7Nm5QfkZB6v4OrhTsLRgoO5XhJSmj-Z6qHofKcG5z6wHtZLZOcg7kjzk67gEUGUg
Published on 31.05.2021
Wizz Air Drops All Norwegian Domestic Flying, Reduces Oslo Network
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/
Published on 30.05.2021
Wizz Air suspends all its Norwegian domestic services from 14 June, reduces flights from Oslo to Central, Eastern Europe, cancels plans to launch flights to four Mediterranean destinations
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2c6ab1ed55fb7dff7e15c83800e87cafa7ac79ea-1622443628-0-ATYGfn9yEla3gEqxm7qIoWMDRT29cyp_hjvWRTJgH02yTvc7ecvOdN1ETZjWBXCOjTbHfJ_dJikU0lWJGYCEgF77J2vWb6pnrzcxrH24xATy_ZbNeHkVWsJCykA0n03UnuO6BtXdA1xXgVlE2cttewuDSw_I4I2dcVUufBrU6FazEKF4QSB4qzEG1R54XjUDckFYx5Dw7-WZNlhedr8fSQOYrxsd1Yz8ANj8rGKf89kq3M4uL3M5P-QbQzOvERgA5qIk5CRCn8FoCrioRY_5snEMam9C7tzl__7JIEEsbTjha09QBxPuOJUKKAdQnJnMeCKf-_mMTKz2MAgA0IGHKiwA7KgLXCB91UzuLAq6YqcIMVFcoYn5neNbOSlBnb6jewTwv6jj4CURXKwfuQdt9bEhc7Z6SgEUAs_ysw_lZHZ6-4YueCbMFicDT7yu6GmJ5vm6VSSmpeJqswi4MLrhvJS2iQdwNRlGfNJYOzMc8bPUvKh6u_NdSAmOqRrz-5Vv1eemlt9zx1iJRTA2qMY6RnCvCYz0PB490TxdZ4Yilgt-485qQgQrINCcUQgrDc5AYsg0LaFBspufah-yFWK7jNOhR6e0T9MdK0Q0Uy_ZGP9Pm-pO1t4zmxEoJ2-nrNnwSR1ZVBWOGkjo9dfJbA9AdKZBclo9ET_USbJNY_K2h2_gpuOeqMjYmyPnPAfz-cbF-sIp6yA-_cMH7uqG7BdAYxE
Published on 24.05.2021
25th New Airport In 2021: Wizz Air’s Rapid Expansion.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-25th-new-airport/
Published on 14.05.2021
Wizz Air adds three new EX-YU routes for total of over 25 (including Dubrovnik, Split and Pristina from Rome).
Source: https://www.exyuaviation.com/2021/05/wizz-air-adds-three-new-ex-yu-routes.html?m=1
Published on 11.05.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi launches new flights to Oman (Salalah, Muscat), Italy (Bari) and Ukraine (Kiev).
Source: https://www.timeoutabudhabi.com/travel/466802-wizz-air-abu-dhabi-launches-new-flights-to-oman-italy-and-ukraine
Published on 10.05.2021
Wizz Air resumes five routes following UK green list update.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-uk-green-resumptions/
Published on 07.05.2021
Wizz Air flying from Israel to 23 cities this summer (including cities in Italy).
Source: https://www.jpost.com/breaking-news/wizz-air-flying-from-israel-to-23-cities-this-summer-667409
Published on 06.05.2021
Wizz Air gets approval from the Oman Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) for operations between Abu Dhabi and Muscat form mid-JUN21.
Source: https://timesofoman.com/article/100926-wizz-air-gets-approval-from-civil-aviation-authority
Published on 15.06.2021
Budget airlines scoop up Italy routes as Alitalia relaunch stalls
Source: https://www.reuters.com/world/the-great-reboot/budget-airlines-scoop-up-italy-routes-alitalia-relaunch-stalls-2021-06-14/
Published on 08.06.2021
Seven more European cities reconnect to Budapest Airport with Wizz Air
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/seven-more-european-cities-reconnect-to-budapest-airport-with-wizz-air/
Published on 07.06.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi announces new flights to three Greek destinations
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-announces-new-flights-to-three-greek-destinations/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2e3a82496f381668c6d0608f28b5d52cddba92f1-1623071234-0-AR_baOlVnIel_I3D2sxvxvNPNb47yyFyNroGJQZeHYr7Fl7uHfg4eOFwlm_eAssiN0YOG8P-Zt8XJ3t_odzi4toCfe4XnscjJ_ypBRu5UA7KkUFlv_COwK6wLX7NZxoeCad80QqKU0MCUE0WMA4AuDksbdrflZnrgXQMMONG5xp0HtJUOMXHjsw_zHbgBF4GuMJWNCE3MsCwdQvY_tXDLWWRdgleVE8iP7vhn89yDUpNt5VkGRxf6RPUJz1OTgdGH4VrifSL3sMEAa7WXWWort98OiX9GkcK-U62c7NH48rgHVZmQvRFLv2vBIY-Qm5ceYQGU9-ehcDF4Q3DDscO6u9_rudmmlK4Yu4CD8exuyPjhyd1sInAwIKn8IOH7UZ4rnitOOlA-XVT5w6j2aMZI74St1NDW37ZmXS8PzMoIJxYsKcV7NELSjKaS5Toxfpjsdd29VNUZpFCrfcMcOC-YVsxQUC2mmOeC0DVuiVIYn20_DWxohS08iLaARIDlwbK9aCOYXZnC7KsO27QAm29w6GivFFyOrazvstzfRxp3TyJiHPR6E5n-swSXAcDGzAqgCdLJ_SxlTFyP-G9mUIROhofoU7FsKLzTjeXxljkbZJKFEFQFmdvMQ4-5ooVcTTug3iuCjUGnEmKok08FHP8uPp7Nm5QfkZB6v4OrhTsLRgoO5XhJSmj-Z6qHofKcG5z6wHtZLZOcg7kjzk67gEUGUg
Published on 31.05.2021
Wizz Air Drops All Norwegian Domestic Flying, Reduces Oslo Network
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/
Published on 30.05.2021
Wizz Air suspends all its Norwegian domestic services from 14 June, reduces flights from Oslo to Central, Eastern Europe, cancels plans to launch flights to four Mediterranean destinations
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2c6ab1ed55fb7dff7e15c83800e87cafa7ac79ea-1622443628-0-ATYGfn9yEla3gEqxm7qIoWMDRT29cyp_hjvWRTJgH02yTvc7ecvOdN1ETZjWBXCOjTbHfJ_dJikU0lWJGYCEgF77J2vWb6pnrzcxrH24xATy_ZbNeHkVWsJCykA0n03UnuO6BtXdA1xXgVlE2cttewuDSw_I4I2dcVUufBrU6FazEKF4QSB4qzEG1R54XjUDckFYx5Dw7-WZNlhedr8fSQOYrxsd1Yz8ANj8rGKf89kq3M4uL3M5P-QbQzOvERgA5qIk5CRCn8FoCrioRY_5snEMam9C7tzl__7JIEEsbTjha09QBxPuOJUKKAdQnJnMeCKf-_mMTKz2MAgA0IGHKiwA7KgLXCB91UzuLAq6YqcIMVFcoYn5neNbOSlBnb6jewTwv6jj4CURXKwfuQdt9bEhc7Z6SgEUAs_ysw_lZHZ6-4YueCbMFicDT7yu6GmJ5vm6VSSmpeJqswi4MLrhvJS2iQdwNRlGfNJYOzMc8bPUvKh6u_NdSAmOqRrz-5Vv1eemlt9zx1iJRTA2qMY6RnCvCYz0PB490TxdZ4Yilgt-485qQgQrINCcUQgrDc5AYsg0LaFBspufah-yFWK7jNOhR6e0T9MdK0Q0Uy_ZGP9Pm-pO1t4zmxEoJ2-nrNnwSR1ZVBWOGkjo9dfJbA9AdKZBclo9ET_USbJNY_K2h2_gpuOeqMjYmyPnPAfz-cbF-sIp6yA-_cMH7uqG7BdAYxE
Published on 24.05.2021
25th New Airport In 2021: Wizz Air’s Rapid Expansion.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-25th-new-airport/
Published on 14.05.2021
Wizz Air adds three new EX-YU routes for total of over 25 (including Dubrovnik, Split and Pristina from Rome).
Source: https://www.exyuaviation.com/2021/05/wizz-air-adds-three-new-ex-yu-routes.html?m=1
Published on 11.05.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi launches new flights to Oman (Salalah, Muscat), Italy (Bari) and Ukraine (Kiev).
Source: https://www.timeoutabudhabi.com/travel/466802-wizz-air-abu-dhabi-launches-new-flights-to-oman-italy-and-ukraine
Published on 10.05.2021
Wizz Air resumes five routes following UK green list update.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-uk-green-resumptions/
Published on 07.05.2021
Wizz Air flying from Israel to 23 cities this summer (including cities in Italy).
Source: https://www.jpost.com/breaking-news/wizz-air-flying-from-israel-to-23-cities-this-summer-667409
Published on 06.05.2021
Wizz Air gets approval from the Oman Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) for operations between Abu Dhabi and Muscat form mid-JUN21.
Source: https://timesofoman.com/article/100926-wizz-air-gets-approval-from-civil-aviation-authority
Published on 15.06.2021
Budget airlines scoop up Italy routes as Alitalia relaunch stalls
Source: https://www.reuters.com/world/the-great-reboot/budget-airlines-scoop-up-italy-routes-alitalia-relaunch-stalls-2021-06-14/
Published on 08.06.2021
Seven more European cities reconnect to Budapest Airport with Wizz Air
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/seven-more-european-cities-reconnect-to-budapest-airport-with-wizz-air/
Published on 07.06.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi announces new flights to three Greek destinations
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-announces-new-flights-to-three-greek-destinations/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2e3a82496f381668c6d0608f28b5d52cddba92f1-1623071234-0-AR_baOlVnIel_I3D2sxvxvNPNb47yyFyNroGJQZeHYr7Fl7uHfg4eOFwlm_eAssiN0YOG8P-Zt8XJ3t_odzi4toCfe4XnscjJ_ypBRu5UA7KkUFlv_COwK6wLX7NZxoeCad80QqKU0MCUE0WMA4AuDksbdrflZnrgXQMMONG5xp0HtJUOMXHjsw_zHbgBF4GuMJWNCE3MsCwdQvY_tXDLWWRdgleVE8iP7vhn89yDUpNt5VkGRxf6RPUJz1OTgdGH4VrifSL3sMEAa7WXWWort98OiX9GkcK-U62c7NH48rgHVZmQvRFLv2vBIY-Qm5ceYQGU9-ehcDF4Q3DDscO6u9_rudmmlK4Yu4CD8exuyPjhyd1sInAwIKn8IOH7UZ4rnitOOlA-XVT5w6j2aMZI74St1NDW37ZmXS8PzMoIJxYsKcV7NELSjKaS5Toxfpjsdd29VNUZpFCrfcMcOC-YVsxQUC2mmOeC0DVuiVIYn20_DWxohS08iLaARIDlwbK9aCOYXZnC7KsO27QAm29w6GivFFyOrazvstzfRxp3TyJiHPR6E5n-swSXAcDGzAqgCdLJ_SxlTFyP-G9mUIROhofoU7FsKLzTjeXxljkbZJKFEFQFmdvMQ4-5ooVcTTug3iuCjUGnEmKok08FHP8uPp7Nm5QfkZB6v4OrhTsLRgoO5XhJSmj-Z6qHofKcG5z6wHtZLZOcg7kjzk67gEUGUg
Published on 31.05.2021
Wizz Air Drops All Norwegian Domestic Flying, Reduces Oslo Network
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/
Published on 30.05.2021
Wizz Air suspends all its Norwegian domestic services from 14 June, reduces flights from Oslo to Central, Eastern Europe, cancels plans to launch flights to four Mediterranean destinations
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2c6ab1ed55fb7dff7e15c83800e87cafa7ac79ea-1622443628-0-ATYGfn9yEla3gEqxm7qIoWMDRT29cyp_hjvWRTJgH02yTvc7ecvOdN1ETZjWBXCOjTbHfJ_dJikU0lWJGYCEgF77J2vWb6pnrzcxrH24xATy_ZbNeHkVWsJCykA0n03UnuO6BtXdA1xXgVlE2cttewuDSw_I4I2dcVUufBrU6FazEKF4QSB4qzEG1R54XjUDckFYx5Dw7-WZNlhedr8fSQOYrxsd1Yz8ANj8rGKf89kq3M4uL3M5P-QbQzOvERgA5qIk5CRCn8FoCrioRY_5snEMam9C7tzl__7JIEEsbTjha09QBxPuOJUKKAdQnJnMeCKf-_mMTKz2MAgA0IGHKiwA7KgLXCB91UzuLAq6YqcIMVFcoYn5neNbOSlBnb6jewTwv6jj4CURXKwfuQdt9bEhc7Z6SgEUAs_ysw_lZHZ6-4YueCbMFicDT7yu6GmJ5vm6VSSmpeJqswi4MLrhvJS2iQdwNRlGfNJYOzMc8bPUvKh6u_NdSAmOqRrz-5Vv1eemlt9zx1iJRTA2qMY6RnCvCYz0PB490TxdZ4Yilgt-485qQgQrINCcUQgrDc5AYsg0LaFBspufah-yFWK7jNOhR6e0T9MdK0Q0Uy_ZGP9Pm-pO1t4zmxEoJ2-nrNnwSR1ZVBWOGkjo9dfJbA9AdKZBclo9ET_USbJNY_K2h2_gpuOeqMjYmyPnPAfz-cbF-sIp6yA-_cMH7uqG7BdAYxE
Published on 24.05.2021
25th New Airport In 2021: Wizz Air’s Rapid Expansion.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-25th-new-airport/
Published on 14.05.2021
Wizz Air adds three new EX-YU routes for total of over 25 (including Dubrovnik, Split and Pristina from Rome).
Source: https://www.exyuaviation.com/2021/05/wizz-air-adds-three-new-ex-yu-routes.html?m=1
Published on 11.05.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi launches new flights to Oman (Salalah, Muscat), Italy (Bari) and Ukraine (Kiev).
Source: https://www.timeoutabudhabi.com/travel/466802-wizz-air-abu-dhabi-launches-new-flights-to-oman-italy-and-ukraine
Published on 10.05.2021
Wizz Air resumes five routes following UK green list update.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-uk-green-resumptions/
Published on 07.05.2021
Wizz Air flying from Israel to 23 cities this summer (including cities in Italy).
Source: https://www.jpost.com/breaking-news/wizz-air-flying-from-israel-to-23-cities-this-summer-667409
Published on 06.05.2021
Wizz Air gets approval from the Oman Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) for operations between Abu Dhabi and Muscat form mid-JUN21.
Source: https://timesofoman.com/article/100926-wizz-air-gets-approval-from-civil-aviation-authority
Published on 15.06.2021
Budget airlines scoop up Italy routes as Alitalia relaunch stalls
Source: https://www.reuters.com/world/the-great-reboot/budget-airlines-scoop-up-italy-routes-alitalia-relaunch-stalls-2021-06-14/
Published on 08.06.2021
Seven more European cities reconnect to Budapest Airport with Wizz Air
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/seven-more-european-cities-reconnect-to-budapest-airport-with-wizz-air/
Published on 07.06.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi announces new flights to three Greek destinations
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-announces-new-flights-to-three-greek-destinations/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2e3a82496f381668c6d0608f28b5d52cddba92f1-1623071234-0-AR_baOlVnIel_I3D2sxvxvNPNb47yyFyNroGJQZeHYr7Fl7uHfg4eOFwlm_eAssiN0YOG8P-Zt8XJ3t_odzi4toCfe4XnscjJ_ypBRu5UA7KkUFlv_COwK6wLX7NZxoeCad80QqKU0MCUE0WMA4AuDksbdrflZnrgXQMMONG5xp0HtJUOMXHjsw_zHbgBF4GuMJWNCE3MsCwdQvY_tXDLWWRdgleVE8iP7vhn89yDUpNt5VkGRxf6RPUJz1OTgdGH4VrifSL3sMEAa7WXWWort98OiX9GkcK-U62c7NH48rgHVZmQvRFLv2vBIY-Qm5ceYQGU9-ehcDF4Q3DDscO6u9_rudmmlK4Yu4CD8exuyPjhyd1sInAwIKn8IOH7UZ4rnitOOlA-XVT5w6j2aMZI74St1NDW37ZmXS8PzMoIJxYsKcV7NELSjKaS5Toxfpjsdd29VNUZpFCrfcMcOC-YVsxQUC2mmOeC0DVuiVIYn20_DWxohS08iLaARIDlwbK9aCOYXZnC7KsO27QAm29w6GivFFyOrazvstzfRxp3TyJiHPR6E5n-swSXAcDGzAqgCdLJ_SxlTFyP-G9mUIROhofoU7FsKLzTjeXxljkbZJKFEFQFmdvMQ4-5ooVcTTug3iuCjUGnEmKok08FHP8uPp7Nm5QfkZB6v4OrhTsLRgoO5XhJSmj-Z6qHofKcG5z6wHtZLZOcg7kjzk67gEUGUg
Published on 31.05.2021
Wizz Air Drops All Norwegian Domestic Flying, Reduces Oslo Network
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/
Published on 30.05.2021
Wizz Air suspends all its Norwegian domestic services from 14 June, reduces flights from Oslo to Central, Eastern Europe, cancels plans to launch flights to four Mediterranean destinations
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2c6ab1ed55fb7dff7e15c83800e87cafa7ac79ea-1622443628-0-ATYGfn9yEla3gEqxm7qIoWMDRT29cyp_hjvWRTJgH02yTvc7ecvOdN1ETZjWBXCOjTbHfJ_dJikU0lWJGYCEgF77J2vWb6pnrzcxrH24xATy_ZbNeHkVWsJCykA0n03UnuO6BtXdA1xXgVlE2cttewuDSw_I4I2dcVUufBrU6FazEKF4QSB4qzEG1R54XjUDckFYx5Dw7-WZNlhedr8fSQOYrxsd1Yz8ANj8rGKf89kq3M4uL3M5P-QbQzOvERgA5qIk5CRCn8FoCrioRY_5snEMam9C7tzl__7JIEEsbTjha09QBxPuOJUKKAdQnJnMeCKf-_mMTKz2MAgA0IGHKiwA7KgLXCB91UzuLAq6YqcIMVFcoYn5neNbOSlBnb6jewTwv6jj4CURXKwfuQdt9bEhc7Z6SgEUAs_ysw_lZHZ6-4YueCbMFicDT7yu6GmJ5vm6VSSmpeJqswi4MLrhvJS2iQdwNRlGfNJYOzMc8bPUvKh6u_NdSAmOqRrz-5Vv1eemlt9zx1iJRTA2qMY6RnCvCYz0PB490TxdZ4Yilgt-485qQgQrINCcUQgrDc5AYsg0LaFBspufah-yFWK7jNOhR6e0T9MdK0Q0Uy_ZGP9Pm-pO1t4zmxEoJ2-nrNnwSR1ZVBWOGkjo9dfJbA9AdKZBclo9ET_USbJNY_K2h2_gpuOeqMjYmyPnPAfz-cbF-sIp6yA-_cMH7uqG7BdAYxE
Published on 24.05.2021
25th New Airport In 2021: Wizz Air’s Rapid Expansion.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-25th-new-airport/
Published on 14.05.2021
Wizz Air adds three new EX-YU routes for total of over 25 (including Dubrovnik, Split and Pristina from Rome).
Source: https://www.exyuaviation.com/2021/05/wizz-air-adds-three-new-ex-yu-routes.html?m=1
Published on 11.05.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi launches new flights to Oman (Salalah, Muscat), Italy (Bari) and Ukraine (Kiev).
Source: https://www.timeoutabudhabi.com/travel/466802-wizz-air-abu-dhabi-launches-new-flights-to-oman-italy-and-ukraine
Published on 10.05.2021
Wizz Air resumes five routes following UK green list update.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-uk-green-resumptions/
Published on 07.05.2021
Wizz Air flying from Israel to 23 cities this summer (including cities in Italy).
Source: https://www.jpost.com/breaking-news/wizz-air-flying-from-israel-to-23-cities-this-summer-667409
Published on 06.05.2021
Wizz Air gets approval from the Oman Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) for operations between Abu Dhabi and Muscat form mid-JUN21.
Source: https://timesofoman.com/article/100926-wizz-air-gets-approval-from-civil-aviation-authority
Published on 15.06.2021
Budget airlines scoop up Italy routes as Alitalia relaunch stalls
Source: https://www.reuters.com/world/the-great-reboot/budget-airlines-scoop-up-italy-routes-alitalia-relaunch-stalls-2021-06-14/
Published on 08.06.2021
Seven more European cities reconnect to Budapest Airport with Wizz Air
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/seven-more-european-cities-reconnect-to-budapest-airport-with-wizz-air/
Published on 07.06.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi announces new flights to three Greek destinations
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-announces-new-flights-to-three-greek-destinations/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2e3a82496f381668c6d0608f28b5d52cddba92f1-1623071234-0-AR_baOlVnIel_I3D2sxvxvNPNb47yyFyNroGJQZeHYr7Fl7uHfg4eOFwlm_eAssiN0YOG8P-Zt8XJ3t_odzi4toCfe4XnscjJ_ypBRu5UA7KkUFlv_COwK6wLX7NZxoeCad80QqKU0MCUE0WMA4AuDksbdrflZnrgXQMMONG5xp0HtJUOMXHjsw_zHbgBF4GuMJWNCE3MsCwdQvY_tXDLWWRdgleVE8iP7vhn89yDUpNt5VkGRxf6RPUJz1OTgdGH4VrifSL3sMEAa7WXWWort98OiX9GkcK-U62c7NH48rgHVZmQvRFLv2vBIY-Qm5ceYQGU9-ehcDF4Q3DDscO6u9_rudmmlK4Yu4CD8exuyPjhyd1sInAwIKn8IOH7UZ4rnitOOlA-XVT5w6j2aMZI74St1NDW37ZmXS8PzMoIJxYsKcV7NELSjKaS5Toxfpjsdd29VNUZpFCrfcMcOC-YVsxQUC2mmOeC0DVuiVIYn20_DWxohS08iLaARIDlwbK9aCOYXZnC7KsO27QAm29w6GivFFyOrazvstzfRxp3TyJiHPR6E5n-swSXAcDGzAqgCdLJ_SxlTFyP-G9mUIROhofoU7FsKLzTjeXxljkbZJKFEFQFmdvMQ4-5ooVcTTug3iuCjUGnEmKok08FHP8uPp7Nm5QfkZB6v4OrhTsLRgoO5XhJSmj-Z6qHofKcG5z6wHtZLZOcg7kjzk67gEUGUg
Published on 31.05.2021
Wizz Air Drops All Norwegian Domestic Flying, Reduces Oslo Network
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/
Published on 30.05.2021
Wizz Air suspends all its Norwegian domestic services from 14 June, reduces flights from Oslo to Central, Eastern Europe, cancels plans to launch flights to four Mediterranean destinations
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2c6ab1ed55fb7dff7e15c83800e87cafa7ac79ea-1622443628-0-ATYGfn9yEla3gEqxm7qIoWMDRT29cyp_hjvWRTJgH02yTvc7ecvOdN1ETZjWBXCOjTbHfJ_dJikU0lWJGYCEgF77J2vWb6pnrzcxrH24xATy_ZbNeHkVWsJCykA0n03UnuO6BtXdA1xXgVlE2cttewuDSw_I4I2dcVUufBrU6FazEKF4QSB4qzEG1R54XjUDckFYx5Dw7-WZNlhedr8fSQOYrxsd1Yz8ANj8rGKf89kq3M4uL3M5P-QbQzOvERgA5qIk5CRCn8FoCrioRY_5snEMam9C7tzl__7JIEEsbTjha09QBxPuOJUKKAdQnJnMeCKf-_mMTKz2MAgA0IGHKiwA7KgLXCB91UzuLAq6YqcIMVFcoYn5neNbOSlBnb6jewTwv6jj4CURXKwfuQdt9bEhc7Z6SgEUAs_ysw_lZHZ6-4YueCbMFicDT7yu6GmJ5vm6VSSmpeJqswi4MLrhvJS2iQdwNRlGfNJYOzMc8bPUvKh6u_NdSAmOqRrz-5Vv1eemlt9zx1iJRTA2qMY6RnCvCYz0PB490TxdZ4Yilgt-485qQgQrINCcUQgrDc5AYsg0LaFBspufah-yFWK7jNOhR6e0T9MdK0Q0Uy_ZGP9Pm-pO1t4zmxEoJ2-nrNnwSR1ZVBWOGkjo9dfJbA9AdKZBclo9ET_USbJNY_K2h2_gpuOeqMjYmyPnPAfz-cbF-sIp6yA-_cMH7uqG7BdAYxE
Published on 24.05.2021
25th New Airport In 2021: Wizz Air’s Rapid Expansion.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-25th-new-airport/
Published on 14.05.2021
Wizz Air adds three new EX-YU routes for total of over 25 (including Dubrovnik, Split and Pristina from Rome).
Source: https://www.exyuaviation.com/2021/05/wizz-air-adds-three-new-ex-yu-routes.html?m=1
Published on 11.05.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi launches new flights to Oman (Salalah, Muscat), Italy (Bari) and Ukraine (Kiev).
Source: https://www.timeoutabudhabi.com/travel/466802-wizz-air-abu-dhabi-launches-new-flights-to-oman-italy-and-ukraine
Published on 10.05.2021
Wizz Air resumes five routes following UK green list update.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-uk-green-resumptions/
Published on 07.05.2021
Wizz Air flying from Israel to 23 cities this summer (including cities in Italy).
Source: https://www.jpost.com/breaking-news/wizz-air-flying-from-israel-to-23-cities-this-summer-667409
Published on 06.05.2021
Wizz Air gets approval from the Oman Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) for operations between Abu Dhabi and Muscat form mid-JUN21.
Source: https://timesofoman.com/article/100926-wizz-air-gets-approval-from-civil-aviation-authority
Published on 15.06.2021
Budget airlines scoop up Italy routes as Alitalia relaunch stalls
Source: https://www.reuters.com/world/the-great-reboot/budget-airlines-scoop-up-italy-routes-alitalia-relaunch-stalls-2021-06-14/
Published on 08.06.2021
Seven more European cities reconnect to Budapest Airport with Wizz Air
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/seven-more-european-cities-reconnect-to-budapest-airport-with-wizz-air/
Published on 07.06.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi announces new flights to three Greek destinations
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-announces-new-flights-to-three-greek-destinations/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2e3a82496f381668c6d0608f28b5d52cddba92f1-1623071234-0-AR_baOlVnIel_I3D2sxvxvNPNb47yyFyNroGJQZeHYr7Fl7uHfg4eOFwlm_eAssiN0YOG8P-Zt8XJ3t_odzi4toCfe4XnscjJ_ypBRu5UA7KkUFlv_COwK6wLX7NZxoeCad80QqKU0MCUE0WMA4AuDksbdrflZnrgXQMMONG5xp0HtJUOMXHjsw_zHbgBF4GuMJWNCE3MsCwdQvY_tXDLWWRdgleVE8iP7vhn89yDUpNt5VkGRxf6RPUJz1OTgdGH4VrifSL3sMEAa7WXWWort98OiX9GkcK-U62c7NH48rgHVZmQvRFLv2vBIY-Qm5ceYQGU9-ehcDF4Q3DDscO6u9_rudmmlK4Yu4CD8exuyPjhyd1sInAwIKn8IOH7UZ4rnitOOlA-XVT5w6j2aMZI74St1NDW37ZmXS8PzMoIJxYsKcV7NELSjKaS5Toxfpjsdd29VNUZpFCrfcMcOC-YVsxQUC2mmOeC0DVuiVIYn20_DWxohS08iLaARIDlwbK9aCOYXZnC7KsO27QAm29w6GivFFyOrazvstzfRxp3TyJiHPR6E5n-swSXAcDGzAqgCdLJ_SxlTFyP-G9mUIROhofoU7FsKLzTjeXxljkbZJKFEFQFmdvMQ4-5ooVcTTug3iuCjUGnEmKok08FHP8uPp7Nm5QfkZB6v4OrhTsLRgoO5XhJSmj-Z6qHofKcG5z6wHtZLZOcg7kjzk67gEUGUg
Published on 31.05.2021
Wizz Air Drops All Norwegian Domestic Flying, Reduces Oslo Network
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/
Published on 30.05.2021
Wizz Air suspends all its Norwegian domestic services from 14 June, reduces flights from Oslo to Central, Eastern Europe, cancels plans to launch flights to four Mediterranean destinations
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2c6ab1ed55fb7dff7e15c83800e87cafa7ac79ea-1622443628-0-ATYGfn9yEla3gEqxm7qIoWMDRT29cyp_hjvWRTJgH02yTvc7ecvOdN1ETZjWBXCOjTbHfJ_dJikU0lWJGYCEgF77J2vWb6pnrzcxrH24xATy_ZbNeHkVWsJCykA0n03UnuO6BtXdA1xXgVlE2cttewuDSw_I4I2dcVUufBrU6FazEKF4QSB4qzEG1R54XjUDckFYx5Dw7-WZNlhedr8fSQOYrxsd1Yz8ANj8rGKf89kq3M4uL3M5P-QbQzOvERgA5qIk5CRCn8FoCrioRY_5snEMam9C7tzl__7JIEEsbTjha09QBxPuOJUKKAdQnJnMeCKf-_mMTKz2MAgA0IGHKiwA7KgLXCB91UzuLAq6YqcIMVFcoYn5neNbOSlBnb6jewTwv6jj4CURXKwfuQdt9bEhc7Z6SgEUAs_ysw_lZHZ6-4YueCbMFicDT7yu6GmJ5vm6VSSmpeJqswi4MLrhvJS2iQdwNRlGfNJYOzMc8bPUvKh6u_NdSAmOqRrz-5Vv1eemlt9zx1iJRTA2qMY6RnCvCYz0PB490TxdZ4Yilgt-485qQgQrINCcUQgrDc5AYsg0LaFBspufah-yFWK7jNOhR6e0T9MdK0Q0Uy_ZGP9Pm-pO1t4zmxEoJ2-nrNnwSR1ZVBWOGkjo9dfJbA9AdKZBclo9ET_USbJNY_K2h2_gpuOeqMjYmyPnPAfz-cbF-sIp6yA-_cMH7uqG7BdAYxE
Published on 24.05.2021
25th New Airport In 2021: Wizz Air’s Rapid Expansion.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-25th-new-airport/
Published on 14.05.2021
Wizz Air adds three new EX-YU routes for total of over 25 (including Dubrovnik, Split and Pristina from Rome).
Source: https://www.exyuaviation.com/2021/05/wizz-air-adds-three-new-ex-yu-routes.html?m=1
Published on 11.05.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi launches new flights to Oman (Salalah, Muscat), Italy (Bari) and Ukraine (Kiev).
Source: https://www.timeoutabudhabi.com/travel/466802-wizz-air-abu-dhabi-launches-new-flights-to-oman-italy-and-ukraine
Published on 10.05.2021
Wizz Air resumes five routes following UK green list update.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-uk-green-resumptions/
Published on 07.05.2021
Wizz Air flying from Israel to 23 cities this summer (including cities in Italy).
Source: https://www.jpost.com/breaking-news/wizz-air-flying-from-israel-to-23-cities-this-summer-667409
Published on 06.05.2021
Wizz Air gets approval from the Oman Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) for operations between Abu Dhabi and Muscat form mid-JUN21.
Source: https://timesofoman.com/article/100926-wizz-air-gets-approval-from-civil-aviation-authority
Published on 15.06.2021
Budget airlines scoop up Italy routes as Alitalia relaunch stalls
Source: https://www.reuters.com/world/the-great-reboot/budget-airlines-scoop-up-italy-routes-alitalia-relaunch-stalls-2021-06-14/
Published on 08.06.2021
Seven more European cities reconnect to Budapest Airport with Wizz Air
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/seven-more-european-cities-reconnect-to-budapest-airport-with-wizz-air/
Published on 07.06.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi announces new flights to three Greek destinations
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-announces-new-flights-to-three-greek-destinations/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2e3a82496f381668c6d0608f28b5d52cddba92f1-1623071234-0-AR_baOlVnIel_I3D2sxvxvNPNb47yyFyNroGJQZeHYr7Fl7uHfg4eOFwlm_eAssiN0YOG8P-Zt8XJ3t_odzi4toCfe4XnscjJ_ypBRu5UA7KkUFlv_COwK6wLX7NZxoeCad80QqKU0MCUE0WMA4AuDksbdrflZnrgXQMMONG5xp0HtJUOMXHjsw_zHbgBF4GuMJWNCE3MsCwdQvY_tXDLWWRdgleVE8iP7vhn89yDUpNt5VkGRxf6RPUJz1OTgdGH4VrifSL3sMEAa7WXWWort98OiX9GkcK-U62c7NH48rgHVZmQvRFLv2vBIY-Qm5ceYQGU9-ehcDF4Q3DDscO6u9_rudmmlK4Yu4CD8exuyPjhyd1sInAwIKn8IOH7UZ4rnitOOlA-XVT5w6j2aMZI74St1NDW37ZmXS8PzMoIJxYsKcV7NELSjKaS5Toxfpjsdd29VNUZpFCrfcMcOC-YVsxQUC2mmOeC0DVuiVIYn20_DWxohS08iLaARIDlwbK9aCOYXZnC7KsO27QAm29w6GivFFyOrazvstzfRxp3TyJiHPR6E5n-swSXAcDGzAqgCdLJ_SxlTFyP-G9mUIROhofoU7FsKLzTjeXxljkbZJKFEFQFmdvMQ4-5ooVcTTug3iuCjUGnEmKok08FHP8uPp7Nm5QfkZB6v4OrhTsLRgoO5XhJSmj-Z6qHofKcG5z6wHtZLZOcg7kjzk67gEUGUg
Published on 31.05.2021
Wizz Air Drops All Norwegian Domestic Flying, Reduces Oslo Network
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/
Published on 30.05.2021
Wizz Air suspends all its Norwegian domestic services from 14 June, reduces flights from Oslo to Central, Eastern Europe, cancels plans to launch flights to four Mediterranean destinations
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2c6ab1ed55fb7dff7e15c83800e87cafa7ac79ea-1622443628-0-ATYGfn9yEla3gEqxm7qIoWMDRT29cyp_hjvWRTJgH02yTvc7ecvOdN1ETZjWBXCOjTbHfJ_dJikU0lWJGYCEgF77J2vWb6pnrzcxrH24xATy_ZbNeHkVWsJCykA0n03UnuO6BtXdA1xXgVlE2cttewuDSw_I4I2dcVUufBrU6FazEKF4QSB4qzEG1R54XjUDckFYx5Dw7-WZNlhedr8fSQOYrxsd1Yz8ANj8rGKf89kq3M4uL3M5P-QbQzOvERgA5qIk5CRCn8FoCrioRY_5snEMam9C7tzl__7JIEEsbTjha09QBxPuOJUKKAdQnJnMeCKf-_mMTKz2MAgA0IGHKiwA7KgLXCB91UzuLAq6YqcIMVFcoYn5neNbOSlBnb6jewTwv6jj4CURXKwfuQdt9bEhc7Z6SgEUAs_ysw_lZHZ6-4YueCbMFicDT7yu6GmJ5vm6VSSmpeJqswi4MLrhvJS2iQdwNRlGfNJYOzMc8bPUvKh6u_NdSAmOqRrz-5Vv1eemlt9zx1iJRTA2qMY6RnCvCYz0PB490TxdZ4Yilgt-485qQgQrINCcUQgrDc5AYsg0LaFBspufah-yFWK7jNOhR6e0T9MdK0Q0Uy_ZGP9Pm-pO1t4zmxEoJ2-nrNnwSR1ZVBWOGkjo9dfJbA9AdKZBclo9ET_USbJNY_K2h2_gpuOeqMjYmyPnPAfz-cbF-sIp6yA-_cMH7uqG7BdAYxE
Published on 24.05.2021
25th New Airport In 2021: Wizz Air’s Rapid Expansion.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-25th-new-airport/
Published on 14.05.2021
Wizz Air adds three new EX-YU routes for total of over 25 (including Dubrovnik, Split and Pristina from Rome).
Source: https://www.exyuaviation.com/2021/05/wizz-air-adds-three-new-ex-yu-routes.html?m=1
Published on 11.05.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi launches new flights to Oman (Salalah, Muscat), Italy (Bari) and Ukraine (Kiev).
Source: https://www.timeoutabudhabi.com/travel/466802-wizz-air-abu-dhabi-launches-new-flights-to-oman-italy-and-ukraine
Published on 10.05.2021
Wizz Air resumes five routes following UK green list update.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-uk-green-resumptions/
Published on 07.05.2021
Wizz Air flying from Israel to 23 cities this summer (including cities in Italy).
Source: https://www.jpost.com/breaking-news/wizz-air-flying-from-israel-to-23-cities-this-summer-667409
Published on 06.05.2021
Wizz Air gets approval from the Oman Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) for operations between Abu Dhabi and Muscat form mid-JUN21.
Source: https://timesofoman.com/article/100926-wizz-air-gets-approval-from-civil-aviation-authority
Published on 15.06.2021
Budget airlines scoop up Italy routes as Alitalia relaunch stalls
Source: https://www.reuters.com/world/the-great-reboot/budget-airlines-scoop-up-italy-routes-alitalia-relaunch-stalls-2021-06-14/
Published on 08.06.2021
Seven more European cities reconnect to Budapest Airport with Wizz Air
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/seven-more-european-cities-reconnect-to-budapest-airport-with-wizz-air/
Published on 07.06.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi announces new flights to three Greek destinations
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-announces-new-flights-to-three-greek-destinations/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2e3a82496f381668c6d0608f28b5d52cddba92f1-1623071234-0-AR_baOlVnIel_I3D2sxvxvNPNb47yyFyNroGJQZeHYr7Fl7uHfg4eOFwlm_eAssiN0YOG8P-Zt8XJ3t_odzi4toCfe4XnscjJ_ypBRu5UA7KkUFlv_COwK6wLX7NZxoeCad80QqKU0MCUE0WMA4AuDksbdrflZnrgXQMMONG5xp0HtJUOMXHjsw_zHbgBF4GuMJWNCE3MsCwdQvY_tXDLWWRdgleVE8iP7vhn89yDUpNt5VkGRxf6RPUJz1OTgdGH4VrifSL3sMEAa7WXWWort98OiX9GkcK-U62c7NH48rgHVZmQvRFLv2vBIY-Qm5ceYQGU9-ehcDF4Q3DDscO6u9_rudmmlK4Yu4CD8exuyPjhyd1sInAwIKn8IOH7UZ4rnitOOlA-XVT5w6j2aMZI74St1NDW37ZmXS8PzMoIJxYsKcV7NELSjKaS5Toxfpjsdd29VNUZpFCrfcMcOC-YVsxQUC2mmOeC0DVuiVIYn20_DWxohS08iLaARIDlwbK9aCOYXZnC7KsO27QAm29w6GivFFyOrazvstzfRxp3TyJiHPR6E5n-swSXAcDGzAqgCdLJ_SxlTFyP-G9mUIROhofoU7FsKLzTjeXxljkbZJKFEFQFmdvMQ4-5ooVcTTug3iuCjUGnEmKok08FHP8uPp7Nm5QfkZB6v4OrhTsLRgoO5XhJSmj-Z6qHofKcG5z6wHtZLZOcg7kjzk67gEUGUg
Published on 31.05.2021
Wizz Air Drops All Norwegian Domestic Flying, Reduces Oslo Network
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/
Published on 30.05.2021
Wizz Air suspends all its Norwegian domestic services from 14 June, reduces flights from Oslo to Central, Eastern Europe, cancels plans to launch flights to four Mediterranean destinations
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2c6ab1ed55fb7dff7e15c83800e87cafa7ac79ea-1622443628-0-ATYGfn9yEla3gEqxm7qIoWMDRT29cyp_hjvWRTJgH02yTvc7ecvOdN1ETZjWBXCOjTbHfJ_dJikU0lWJGYCEgF77J2vWb6pnrzcxrH24xATy_ZbNeHkVWsJCykA0n03UnuO6BtXdA1xXgVlE2cttewuDSw_I4I2dcVUufBrU6FazEKF4QSB4qzEG1R54XjUDckFYx5Dw7-WZNlhedr8fSQOYrxsd1Yz8ANj8rGKf89kq3M4uL3M5P-QbQzOvERgA5qIk5CRCn8FoCrioRY_5snEMam9C7tzl__7JIEEsbTjha09QBxPuOJUKKAdQnJnMeCKf-_mMTKz2MAgA0IGHKiwA7KgLXCB91UzuLAq6YqcIMVFcoYn5neNbOSlBnb6jewTwv6jj4CURXKwfuQdt9bEhc7Z6SgEUAs_ysw_lZHZ6-4YueCbMFicDT7yu6GmJ5vm6VSSmpeJqswi4MLrhvJS2iQdwNRlGfNJYOzMc8bPUvKh6u_NdSAmOqRrz-5Vv1eemlt9zx1iJRTA2qMY6RnCvCYz0PB490TxdZ4Yilgt-485qQgQrINCcUQgrDc5AYsg0LaFBspufah-yFWK7jNOhR6e0T9MdK0Q0Uy_ZGP9Pm-pO1t4zmxEoJ2-nrNnwSR1ZVBWOGkjo9dfJbA9AdKZBclo9ET_USbJNY_K2h2_gpuOeqMjYmyPnPAfz-cbF-sIp6yA-_cMH7uqG7BdAYxE
Published on 24.05.2021
25th New Airport In 2021: Wizz Air’s Rapid Expansion.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-25th-new-airport/
Published on 14.05.2021
Wizz Air adds three new EX-YU routes for total of over 25 (including Dubrovnik, Split and Pristina from Rome).
Source: https://www.exyuaviation.com/2021/05/wizz-air-adds-three-new-ex-yu-routes.html?m=1
Published on 11.05.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi launches new flights to Oman (Salalah, Muscat), Italy (Bari) and Ukraine (Kiev).
Source: https://www.timeoutabudhabi.com/travel/466802-wizz-air-abu-dhabi-launches-new-flights-to-oman-italy-and-ukraine
Published on 10.05.2021
Wizz Air resumes five routes following UK green list update.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-uk-green-resumptions/
Published on 07.05.2021
Wizz Air flying from Israel to 23 cities this summer (including cities in Italy).
Source: https://www.jpost.com/breaking-news/wizz-air-flying-from-israel-to-23-cities-this-summer-667409
Published on 06.05.2021
Wizz Air gets approval from the Oman Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) for operations between Abu Dhabi and Muscat form mid-JUN21.
Source: https://timesofoman.com/article/100926-wizz-air-gets-approval-from-civil-aviation-authority
Published on 15.06.2021
Budget airlines scoop up Italy routes as Alitalia relaunch stalls
Source: https://www.reuters.com/world/the-great-reboot/budget-airlines-scoop-up-italy-routes-alitalia-relaunch-stalls-2021-06-14/
Published on 08.06.2021
Seven more European cities reconnect to Budapest Airport with Wizz Air
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/seven-more-european-cities-reconnect-to-budapest-airport-with-wizz-air/
Published on 07.06.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi announces new flights to three Greek destinations
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-announces-new-flights-to-three-greek-destinations/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2e3a82496f381668c6d0608f28b5d52cddba92f1-1623071234-0-AR_baOlVnIel_I3D2sxvxvNPNb47yyFyNroGJQZeHYr7Fl7uHfg4eOFwlm_eAssiN0YOG8P-Zt8XJ3t_odzi4toCfe4XnscjJ_ypBRu5UA7KkUFlv_COwK6wLX7NZxoeCad80QqKU0MCUE0WMA4AuDksbdrflZnrgXQMMONG5xp0HtJUOMXHjsw_zHbgBF4GuMJWNCE3MsCwdQvY_tXDLWWRdgleVE8iP7vhn89yDUpNt5VkGRxf6RPUJz1OTgdGH4VrifSL3sMEAa7WXWWort98OiX9GkcK-U62c7NH48rgHVZmQvRFLv2vBIY-Qm5ceYQGU9-ehcDF4Q3DDscO6u9_rudmmlK4Yu4CD8exuyPjhyd1sInAwIKn8IOH7UZ4rnitOOlA-XVT5w6j2aMZI74St1NDW37ZmXS8PzMoIJxYsKcV7NELSjKaS5Toxfpjsdd29VNUZpFCrfcMcOC-YVsxQUC2mmOeC0DVuiVIYn20_DWxohS08iLaARIDlwbK9aCOYXZnC7KsO27QAm29w6GivFFyOrazvstzfRxp3TyJiHPR6E5n-swSXAcDGzAqgCdLJ_SxlTFyP-G9mUIROhofoU7FsKLzTjeXxljkbZJKFEFQFmdvMQ4-5ooVcTTug3iuCjUGnEmKok08FHP8uPp7Nm5QfkZB6v4OrhTsLRgoO5XhJSmj-Z6qHofKcG5z6wHtZLZOcg7kjzk67gEUGUg
Published on 31.05.2021
Wizz Air Drops All Norwegian Domestic Flying, Reduces Oslo Network
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/
Published on 30.05.2021
Wizz Air suspends all its Norwegian domestic services from 14 June, reduces flights from Oslo to Central, Eastern Europe, cancels plans to launch flights to four Mediterranean destinations
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2c6ab1ed55fb7dff7e15c83800e87cafa7ac79ea-1622443628-0-ATYGfn9yEla3gEqxm7qIoWMDRT29cyp_hjvWRTJgH02yTvc7ecvOdN1ETZjWBXCOjTbHfJ_dJikU0lWJGYCEgF77J2vWb6pnrzcxrH24xATy_ZbNeHkVWsJCykA0n03UnuO6BtXdA1xXgVlE2cttewuDSw_I4I2dcVUufBrU6FazEKF4QSB4qzEG1R54XjUDckFYx5Dw7-WZNlhedr8fSQOYrxsd1Yz8ANj8rGKf89kq3M4uL3M5P-QbQzOvERgA5qIk5CRCn8FoCrioRY_5snEMam9C7tzl__7JIEEsbTjha09QBxPuOJUKKAdQnJnMeCKf-_mMTKz2MAgA0IGHKiwA7KgLXCB91UzuLAq6YqcIMVFcoYn5neNbOSlBnb6jewTwv6jj4CURXKwfuQdt9bEhc7Z6SgEUAs_ysw_lZHZ6-4YueCbMFicDT7yu6GmJ5vm6VSSmpeJqswi4MLrhvJS2iQdwNRlGfNJYOzMc8bPUvKh6u_NdSAmOqRrz-5Vv1eemlt9zx1iJRTA2qMY6RnCvCYz0PB490TxdZ4Yilgt-485qQgQrINCcUQgrDc5AYsg0LaFBspufah-yFWK7jNOhR6e0T9MdK0Q0Uy_ZGP9Pm-pO1t4zmxEoJ2-nrNnwSR1ZVBWOGkjo9dfJbA9AdKZBclo9ET_USbJNY_K2h2_gpuOeqMjYmyPnPAfz-cbF-sIp6yA-_cMH7uqG7BdAYxE
Published on 24.05.2021
25th New Airport In 2021: Wizz Air’s Rapid Expansion.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-25th-new-airport/
Published on 14.05.2021
Wizz Air adds three new EX-YU routes for total of over 25 (including Dubrovnik, Split and Pristina from Rome).
Source: https://www.exyuaviation.com/2021/05/wizz-air-adds-three-new-ex-yu-routes.html?m=1
Published on 11.05.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi launches new flights to Oman (Salalah, Muscat), Italy (Bari) and Ukraine (Kiev).
Source: https://www.timeoutabudhabi.com/travel/466802-wizz-air-abu-dhabi-launches-new-flights-to-oman-italy-and-ukraine
Published on 10.05.2021
Wizz Air resumes five routes following UK green list update.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-uk-green-resumptions/
Published on 07.05.2021
Wizz Air flying from Israel to 23 cities this summer (including cities in Italy).
Source: https://www.jpost.com/breaking-news/wizz-air-flying-from-israel-to-23-cities-this-summer-667409
Published on 06.05.2021
Wizz Air gets approval from the Oman Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) for operations between Abu Dhabi and Muscat form mid-JUN21.
Source: https://timesofoman.com/article/100926-wizz-air-gets-approval-from-civil-aviation-authority
Published on 15.06.2021
Budget airlines scoop up Italy routes as Alitalia relaunch stalls
Source: https://www.reuters.com/world/the-great-reboot/budget-airlines-scoop-up-italy-routes-alitalia-relaunch-stalls-2021-06-14/
Published on 08.06.2021
Seven more European cities reconnect to Budapest Airport with Wizz Air
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/seven-more-european-cities-reconnect-to-budapest-airport-with-wizz-air/
Published on 07.06.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi announces new flights to three Greek destinations
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-announces-new-flights-to-three-greek-destinations/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2e3a82496f381668c6d0608f28b5d52cddba92f1-1623071234-0-AR_baOlVnIel_I3D2sxvxvNPNb47yyFyNroGJQZeHYr7Fl7uHfg4eOFwlm_eAssiN0YOG8P-Zt8XJ3t_odzi4toCfe4XnscjJ_ypBRu5UA7KkUFlv_COwK6wLX7NZxoeCad80QqKU0MCUE0WMA4AuDksbdrflZnrgXQMMONG5xp0HtJUOMXHjsw_zHbgBF4GuMJWNCE3MsCwdQvY_tXDLWWRdgleVE8iP7vhn89yDUpNt5VkGRxf6RPUJz1OTgdGH4VrifSL3sMEAa7WXWWort98OiX9GkcK-U62c7NH48rgHVZmQvRFLv2vBIY-Qm5ceYQGU9-ehcDF4Q3DDscO6u9_rudmmlK4Yu4CD8exuyPjhyd1sInAwIKn8IOH7UZ4rnitOOlA-XVT5w6j2aMZI74St1NDW37ZmXS8PzMoIJxYsKcV7NELSjKaS5Toxfpjsdd29VNUZpFCrfcMcOC-YVsxQUC2mmOeC0DVuiVIYn20_DWxohS08iLaARIDlwbK9aCOYXZnC7KsO27QAm29w6GivFFyOrazvstzfRxp3TyJiHPR6E5n-swSXAcDGzAqgCdLJ_SxlTFyP-G9mUIROhofoU7FsKLzTjeXxljkbZJKFEFQFmdvMQ4-5ooVcTTug3iuCjUGnEmKok08FHP8uPp7Nm5QfkZB6v4OrhTsLRgoO5XhJSmj-Z6qHofKcG5z6wHtZLZOcg7kjzk67gEUGUg
Published on 31.05.2021
Wizz Air Drops All Norwegian Domestic Flying, Reduces Oslo Network
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/
Published on 30.05.2021
Wizz Air suspends all its Norwegian domestic services from 14 June, reduces flights from Oslo to Central, Eastern Europe, cancels plans to launch flights to four Mediterranean destinations
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2c6ab1ed55fb7dff7e15c83800e87cafa7ac79ea-1622443628-0-ATYGfn9yEla3gEqxm7qIoWMDRT29cyp_hjvWRTJgH02yTvc7ecvOdN1ETZjWBXCOjTbHfJ_dJikU0lWJGYCEgF77J2vWb6pnrzcxrH24xATy_ZbNeHkVWsJCykA0n03UnuO6BtXdA1xXgVlE2cttewuDSw_I4I2dcVUufBrU6FazEKF4QSB4qzEG1R54XjUDckFYx5Dw7-WZNlhedr8fSQOYrxsd1Yz8ANj8rGKf89kq3M4uL3M5P-QbQzOvERgA5qIk5CRCn8FoCrioRY_5snEMam9C7tzl__7JIEEsbTjha09QBxPuOJUKKAdQnJnMeCKf-_mMTKz2MAgA0IGHKiwA7KgLXCB91UzuLAq6YqcIMVFcoYn5neNbOSlBnb6jewTwv6jj4CURXKwfuQdt9bEhc7Z6SgEUAs_ysw_lZHZ6-4YueCbMFicDT7yu6GmJ5vm6VSSmpeJqswi4MLrhvJS2iQdwNRlGfNJYOzMc8bPUvKh6u_NdSAmOqRrz-5Vv1eemlt9zx1iJRTA2qMY6RnCvCYz0PB490TxdZ4Yilgt-485qQgQrINCcUQgrDc5AYsg0LaFBspufah-yFWK7jNOhR6e0T9MdK0Q0Uy_ZGP9Pm-pO1t4zmxEoJ2-nrNnwSR1ZVBWOGkjo9dfJbA9AdKZBclo9ET_USbJNY_K2h2_gpuOeqMjYmyPnPAfz-cbF-sIp6yA-_cMH7uqG7BdAYxE
Published on 24.05.2021
25th New Airport In 2021: Wizz Air’s Rapid Expansion.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-25th-new-airport/
Published on 14.05.2021
Wizz Air adds three new EX-YU routes for total of over 25 (including Dubrovnik, Split and Pristina from Rome).
Source: https://www.exyuaviation.com/2021/05/wizz-air-adds-three-new-ex-yu-routes.html?m=1
Published on 11.05.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi launches new flights to Oman (Salalah, Muscat), Italy (Bari) and Ukraine (Kiev).
Source: https://www.timeoutabudhabi.com/travel/466802-wizz-air-abu-dhabi-launches-new-flights-to-oman-italy-and-ukraine
Published on 10.05.2021
Wizz Air resumes five routes following UK green list update.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-uk-green-resumptions/
Published on 07.05.2021
Wizz Air flying from Israel to 23 cities this summer (including cities in Italy).
Source: https://www.jpost.com/breaking-news/wizz-air-flying-from-israel-to-23-cities-this-summer-667409
Published on 06.05.2021
Wizz Air gets approval from the Oman Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) for operations between Abu Dhabi and Muscat form mid-JUN21.
Source: https://timesofoman.com/article/100926-wizz-air-gets-approval-from-civil-aviation-authority
Published on 15.06.2021
Budget airlines scoop up Italy routes as Alitalia relaunch stalls
Source: https://www.reuters.com/world/the-great-reboot/budget-airlines-scoop-up-italy-routes-alitalia-relaunch-stalls-2021-06-14/
Published on 08.06.2021
Seven more European cities reconnect to Budapest Airport with Wizz Air
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/seven-more-european-cities-reconnect-to-budapest-airport-with-wizz-air/
Published on 07.06.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi announces new flights to three Greek destinations
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-announces-new-flights-to-three-greek-destinations/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2e3a82496f381668c6d0608f28b5d52cddba92f1-1623071234-0-AR_baOlVnIel_I3D2sxvxvNPNb47yyFyNroGJQZeHYr7Fl7uHfg4eOFwlm_eAssiN0YOG8P-Zt8XJ3t_odzi4toCfe4XnscjJ_ypBRu5UA7KkUFlv_COwK6wLX7NZxoeCad80QqKU0MCUE0WMA4AuDksbdrflZnrgXQMMONG5xp0HtJUOMXHjsw_zHbgBF4GuMJWNCE3MsCwdQvY_tXDLWWRdgleVE8iP7vhn89yDUpNt5VkGRxf6RPUJz1OTgdGH4VrifSL3sMEAa7WXWWort98OiX9GkcK-U62c7NH48rgHVZmQvRFLv2vBIY-Qm5ceYQGU9-ehcDF4Q3DDscO6u9_rudmmlK4Yu4CD8exuyPjhyd1sInAwIKn8IOH7UZ4rnitOOlA-XVT5w6j2aMZI74St1NDW37ZmXS8PzMoIJxYsKcV7NELSjKaS5Toxfpjsdd29VNUZpFCrfcMcOC-YVsxQUC2mmOeC0DVuiVIYn20_DWxohS08iLaARIDlwbK9aCOYXZnC7KsO27QAm29w6GivFFyOrazvstzfRxp3TyJiHPR6E5n-swSXAcDGzAqgCdLJ_SxlTFyP-G9mUIROhofoU7FsKLzTjeXxljkbZJKFEFQFmdvMQ4-5ooVcTTug3iuCjUGnEmKok08FHP8uPp7Nm5QfkZB6v4OrhTsLRgoO5XhJSmj-Z6qHofKcG5z6wHtZLZOcg7kjzk67gEUGUg
Published on 31.05.2021
Wizz Air Drops All Norwegian Domestic Flying, Reduces Oslo Network
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/
Published on 30.05.2021
Wizz Air suspends all its Norwegian domestic services from 14 June, reduces flights from Oslo to Central, Eastern Europe, cancels plans to launch flights to four Mediterranean destinations
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2c6ab1ed55fb7dff7e15c83800e87cafa7ac79ea-1622443628-0-ATYGfn9yEla3gEqxm7qIoWMDRT29cyp_hjvWRTJgH02yTvc7ecvOdN1ETZjWBXCOjTbHfJ_dJikU0lWJGYCEgF77J2vWb6pnrzcxrH24xATy_ZbNeHkVWsJCykA0n03UnuO6BtXdA1xXgVlE2cttewuDSw_I4I2dcVUufBrU6FazEKF4QSB4qzEG1R54XjUDckFYx5Dw7-WZNlhedr8fSQOYrxsd1Yz8ANj8rGKf89kq3M4uL3M5P-QbQzOvERgA5qIk5CRCn8FoCrioRY_5snEMam9C7tzl__7JIEEsbTjha09QBxPuOJUKKAdQnJnMeCKf-_mMTKz2MAgA0IGHKiwA7KgLXCB91UzuLAq6YqcIMVFcoYn5neNbOSlBnb6jewTwv6jj4CURXKwfuQdt9bEhc7Z6SgEUAs_ysw_lZHZ6-4YueCbMFicDT7yu6GmJ5vm6VSSmpeJqswi4MLrhvJS2iQdwNRlGfNJYOzMc8bPUvKh6u_NdSAmOqRrz-5Vv1eemlt9zx1iJRTA2qMY6RnCvCYz0PB490TxdZ4Yilgt-485qQgQrINCcUQgrDc5AYsg0LaFBspufah-yFWK7jNOhR6e0T9MdK0Q0Uy_ZGP9Pm-pO1t4zmxEoJ2-nrNnwSR1ZVBWOGkjo9dfJbA9AdKZBclo9ET_USbJNY_K2h2_gpuOeqMjYmyPnPAfz-cbF-sIp6yA-_cMH7uqG7BdAYxE
Published on 24.05.2021
25th New Airport In 2021: Wizz Air’s Rapid Expansion.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-25th-new-airport/
Published on 14.05.2021
Wizz Air adds three new EX-YU routes for total of over 25 (including Dubrovnik, Split and Pristina from Rome).
Source: https://www.exyuaviation.com/2021/05/wizz-air-adds-three-new-ex-yu-routes.html?m=1
Published on 11.05.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi launches new flights to Oman (Salalah, Muscat), Italy (Bari) and Ukraine (Kiev).
Source: https://www.timeoutabudhabi.com/travel/466802-wizz-air-abu-dhabi-launches-new-flights-to-oman-italy-and-ukraine
Published on 10.05.2021
Wizz Air resumes five routes following UK green list update.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-uk-green-resumptions/
Published on 07.05.2021
Wizz Air flying from Israel to 23 cities this summer (including cities in Italy).
Source: https://www.jpost.com/breaking-news/wizz-air-flying-from-israel-to-23-cities-this-summer-667409
Published on 06.05.2021
Wizz Air gets approval from the Oman Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) for operations between Abu Dhabi and Muscat form mid-JUN21.
Source: https://timesofoman.com/article/100926-wizz-air-gets-approval-from-civil-aviation-authority
Published on 15.06.2021
Budget airlines scoop up Italy routes as Alitalia relaunch stalls
Source: https://www.reuters.com/world/the-great-reboot/budget-airlines-scoop-up-italy-routes-alitalia-relaunch-stalls-2021-06-14/
Published on 08.06.2021
Seven more European cities reconnect to Budapest Airport with Wizz Air
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/seven-more-european-cities-reconnect-to-budapest-airport-with-wizz-air/
Published on 07.06.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi announces new flights to three Greek destinations
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-announces-new-flights-to-three-greek-destinations/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2e3a82496f381668c6d0608f28b5d52cddba92f1-1623071234-0-AR_baOlVnIel_I3D2sxvxvNPNb47yyFyNroGJQZeHYr7Fl7uHfg4eOFwlm_eAssiN0YOG8P-Zt8XJ3t_odzi4toCfe4XnscjJ_ypBRu5UA7KkUFlv_COwK6wLX7NZxoeCad80QqKU0MCUE0WMA4AuDksbdrflZnrgXQMMONG5xp0HtJUOMXHjsw_zHbgBF4GuMJWNCE3MsCwdQvY_tXDLWWRdgleVE8iP7vhn89yDUpNt5VkGRxf6RPUJz1OTgdGH4VrifSL3sMEAa7WXWWort98OiX9GkcK-U62c7NH48rgHVZmQvRFLv2vBIY-Qm5ceYQGU9-ehcDF4Q3DDscO6u9_rudmmlK4Yu4CD8exuyPjhyd1sInAwIKn8IOH7UZ4rnitOOlA-XVT5w6j2aMZI74St1NDW37ZmXS8PzMoIJxYsKcV7NELSjKaS5Toxfpjsdd29VNUZpFCrfcMcOC-YVsxQUC2mmOeC0DVuiVIYn20_DWxohS08iLaARIDlwbK9aCOYXZnC7KsO27QAm29w6GivFFyOrazvstzfRxp3TyJiHPR6E5n-swSXAcDGzAqgCdLJ_SxlTFyP-G9mUIROhofoU7FsKLzTjeXxljkbZJKFEFQFmdvMQ4-5ooVcTTug3iuCjUGnEmKok08FHP8uPp7Nm5QfkZB6v4OrhTsLRgoO5XhJSmj-Z6qHofKcG5z6wHtZLZOcg7kjzk67gEUGUg
Published on 31.05.2021
Wizz Air Drops All Norwegian Domestic Flying, Reduces Oslo Network
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/
Published on 30.05.2021
Wizz Air suspends all its Norwegian domestic services from 14 June, reduces flights from Oslo to Central, Eastern Europe, cancels plans to launch flights to four Mediterranean destinations
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2c6ab1ed55fb7dff7e15c83800e87cafa7ac79ea-1622443628-0-ATYGfn9yEla3gEqxm7qIoWMDRT29cyp_hjvWRTJgH02yTvc7ecvOdN1ETZjWBXCOjTbHfJ_dJikU0lWJGYCEgF77J2vWb6pnrzcxrH24xATy_ZbNeHkVWsJCykA0n03UnuO6BtXdA1xXgVlE2cttewuDSw_I4I2dcVUufBrU6FazEKF4QSB4qzEG1R54XjUDckFYx5Dw7-WZNlhedr8fSQOYrxsd1Yz8ANj8rGKf89kq3M4uL3M5P-QbQzOvERgA5qIk5CRCn8FoCrioRY_5snEMam9C7tzl__7JIEEsbTjha09QBxPuOJUKKAdQnJnMeCKf-_mMTKz2MAgA0IGHKiwA7KgLXCB91UzuLAq6YqcIMVFcoYn5neNbOSlBnb6jewTwv6jj4CURXKwfuQdt9bEhc7Z6SgEUAs_ysw_lZHZ6-4YueCbMFicDT7yu6GmJ5vm6VSSmpeJqswi4MLrhvJS2iQdwNRlGfNJYOzMc8bPUvKh6u_NdSAmOqRrz-5Vv1eemlt9zx1iJRTA2qMY6RnCvCYz0PB490TxdZ4Yilgt-485qQgQrINCcUQgrDc5AYsg0LaFBspufah-yFWK7jNOhR6e0T9MdK0Q0Uy_ZGP9Pm-pO1t4zmxEoJ2-nrNnwSR1ZVBWOGkjo9dfJbA9AdKZBclo9ET_USbJNY_K2h2_gpuOeqMjYmyPnPAfz-cbF-sIp6yA-_cMH7uqG7BdAYxE
Published on 24.05.2021
25th New Airport In 2021: Wizz Air’s Rapid Expansion.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-25th-new-airport/
Published on 14.05.2021
Wizz Air adds three new EX-YU routes for total of over 25 (including Dubrovnik, Split and Pristina from Rome).
Source: https://www.exyuaviation.com/2021/05/wizz-air-adds-three-new-ex-yu-routes.html?m=1
Published on 11.05.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi launches new flights to Oman (Salalah, Muscat), Italy (Bari) and Ukraine (Kiev).
Source: https://www.timeoutabudhabi.com/travel/466802-wizz-air-abu-dhabi-launches-new-flights-to-oman-italy-and-ukraine
Published on 10.05.2021
Wizz Air resumes five routes following UK green list update.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-uk-green-resumptions/
Published on 07.05.2021
Wizz Air flying from Israel to 23 cities this summer (including cities in Italy).
Source: https://www.jpost.com/breaking-news/wizz-air-flying-from-israel-to-23-cities-this-summer-667409
Published on 06.05.2021
Wizz Air gets approval from the Oman Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) for operations between Abu Dhabi and Muscat form mid-JUN21.
Source: https://timesofoman.com/article/100926-wizz-air-gets-approval-from-civil-aviation-authority
Published on 15.06.2021
Budget airlines scoop up Italy routes as Alitalia relaunch stalls
Source: https://www.reuters.com/world/the-great-reboot/budget-airlines-scoop-up-italy-routes-alitalia-relaunch-stalls-2021-06-14/
Published on 08.06.2021
Seven more European cities reconnect to Budapest Airport with Wizz Air
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/seven-more-european-cities-reconnect-to-budapest-airport-with-wizz-air/
Published on 07.06.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi announces new flights to three Greek destinations
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-announces-new-flights-to-three-greek-destinations/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2e3a82496f381668c6d0608f28b5d52cddba92f1-1623071234-0-AR_baOlVnIel_I3D2sxvxvNPNb47yyFyNroGJQZeHYr7Fl7uHfg4eOFwlm_eAssiN0YOG8P-Zt8XJ3t_odzi4toCfe4XnscjJ_ypBRu5UA7KkUFlv_COwK6wLX7NZxoeCad80QqKU0MCUE0WMA4AuDksbdrflZnrgXQMMONG5xp0HtJUOMXHjsw_zHbgBF4GuMJWNCE3MsCwdQvY_tXDLWWRdgleVE8iP7vhn89yDUpNt5VkGRxf6RPUJz1OTgdGH4VrifSL3sMEAa7WXWWort98OiX9GkcK-U62c7NH48rgHVZmQvRFLv2vBIY-Qm5ceYQGU9-ehcDF4Q3DDscO6u9_rudmmlK4Yu4CD8exuyPjhyd1sInAwIKn8IOH7UZ4rnitOOlA-XVT5w6j2aMZI74St1NDW37ZmXS8PzMoIJxYsKcV7NELSjKaS5Toxfpjsdd29VNUZpFCrfcMcOC-YVsxQUC2mmOeC0DVuiVIYn20_DWxohS08iLaARIDlwbK9aCOYXZnC7KsO27QAm29w6GivFFyOrazvstzfRxp3TyJiHPR6E5n-swSXAcDGzAqgCdLJ_SxlTFyP-G9mUIROhofoU7FsKLzTjeXxljkbZJKFEFQFmdvMQ4-5ooVcTTug3iuCjUGnEmKok08FHP8uPp7Nm5QfkZB6v4OrhTsLRgoO5XhJSmj-Z6qHofKcG5z6wHtZLZOcg7kjzk67gEUGUg
Published on 31.05.2021
Wizz Air Drops All Norwegian Domestic Flying, Reduces Oslo Network
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/
Published on 30.05.2021
Wizz Air suspends all its Norwegian domestic services from 14 June, reduces flights from Oslo to Central, Eastern Europe, cancels plans to launch flights to four Mediterranean destinations
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2c6ab1ed55fb7dff7e15c83800e87cafa7ac79ea-1622443628-0-ATYGfn9yEla3gEqxm7qIoWMDRT29cyp_hjvWRTJgH02yTvc7ecvOdN1ETZjWBXCOjTbHfJ_dJikU0lWJGYCEgF77J2vWb6pnrzcxrH24xATy_ZbNeHkVWsJCykA0n03UnuO6BtXdA1xXgVlE2cttewuDSw_I4I2dcVUufBrU6FazEKF4QSB4qzEG1R54XjUDckFYx5Dw7-WZNlhedr8fSQOYrxsd1Yz8ANj8rGKf89kq3M4uL3M5P-QbQzOvERgA5qIk5CRCn8FoCrioRY_5snEMam9C7tzl__7JIEEsbTjha09QBxPuOJUKKAdQnJnMeCKf-_mMTKz2MAgA0IGHKiwA7KgLXCB91UzuLAq6YqcIMVFcoYn5neNbOSlBnb6jewTwv6jj4CURXKwfuQdt9bEhc7Z6SgEUAs_ysw_lZHZ6-4YueCbMFicDT7yu6GmJ5vm6VSSmpeJqswi4MLrhvJS2iQdwNRlGfNJYOzMc8bPUvKh6u_NdSAmOqRrz-5Vv1eemlt9zx1iJRTA2qMY6RnCvCYz0PB490TxdZ4Yilgt-485qQgQrINCcUQgrDc5AYsg0LaFBspufah-yFWK7jNOhR6e0T9MdK0Q0Uy_ZGP9Pm-pO1t4zmxEoJ2-nrNnwSR1ZVBWOGkjo9dfJbA9AdKZBclo9ET_USbJNY_K2h2_gpuOeqMjYmyPnPAfz-cbF-sIp6yA-_cMH7uqG7BdAYxE
Published on 24.05.2021
25th New Airport In 2021: Wizz Air’s Rapid Expansion.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-25th-new-airport/
Published on 14.05.2021
Wizz Air adds three new EX-YU routes for total of over 25 (including Dubrovnik, Split and Pristina from Rome).
Source: https://www.exyuaviation.com/2021/05/wizz-air-adds-three-new-ex-yu-routes.html?m=1
Published on 11.05.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi launches new flights to Oman (Salalah, Muscat), Italy (Bari) and Ukraine (Kiev).
Source: https://www.timeoutabudhabi.com/travel/466802-wizz-air-abu-dhabi-launches-new-flights-to-oman-italy-and-ukraine
Published on 10.05.2021
Wizz Air resumes five routes following UK green list update.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-uk-green-resumptions/
Published on 07.05.2021
Wizz Air flying from Israel to 23 cities this summer (including cities in Italy).
Source: https://www.jpost.com/breaking-news/wizz-air-flying-from-israel-to-23-cities-this-summer-667409
Published on 06.05.2021
Wizz Air gets approval from the Oman Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) for operations between Abu Dhabi and Muscat form mid-JUN21.
Source: https://timesofoman.com/article/100926-wizz-air-gets-approval-from-civil-aviation-authority
Published on 15.06.2021
Budget airlines scoop up Italy routes as Alitalia relaunch stalls
Source: https://www.reuters.com/world/the-great-reboot/budget-airlines-scoop-up-italy-routes-alitalia-relaunch-stalls-2021-06-14/
Published on 08.06.2021
Seven more European cities reconnect to Budapest Airport with Wizz Air
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/seven-more-european-cities-reconnect-to-budapest-airport-with-wizz-air/
Published on 07.06.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi announces new flights to three Greek destinations
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-announces-new-flights-to-three-greek-destinations/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2e3a82496f381668c6d0608f28b5d52cddba92f1-1623071234-0-AR_baOlVnIel_I3D2sxvxvNPNb47yyFyNroGJQZeHYr7Fl7uHfg4eOFwlm_eAssiN0YOG8P-Zt8XJ3t_odzi4toCfe4XnscjJ_ypBRu5UA7KkUFlv_COwK6wLX7NZxoeCad80QqKU0MCUE0WMA4AuDksbdrflZnrgXQMMONG5xp0HtJUOMXHjsw_zHbgBF4GuMJWNCE3MsCwdQvY_tXDLWWRdgleVE8iP7vhn89yDUpNt5VkGRxf6RPUJz1OTgdGH4VrifSL3sMEAa7WXWWort98OiX9GkcK-U62c7NH48rgHVZmQvRFLv2vBIY-Qm5ceYQGU9-ehcDF4Q3DDscO6u9_rudmmlK4Yu4CD8exuyPjhyd1sInAwIKn8IOH7UZ4rnitOOlA-XVT5w6j2aMZI74St1NDW37ZmXS8PzMoIJxYsKcV7NELSjKaS5Toxfpjsdd29VNUZpFCrfcMcOC-YVsxQUC2mmOeC0DVuiVIYn20_DWxohS08iLaARIDlwbK9aCOYXZnC7KsO27QAm29w6GivFFyOrazvstzfRxp3TyJiHPR6E5n-swSXAcDGzAqgCdLJ_SxlTFyP-G9mUIROhofoU7FsKLzTjeXxljkbZJKFEFQFmdvMQ4-5ooVcTTug3iuCjUGnEmKok08FHP8uPp7Nm5QfkZB6v4OrhTsLRgoO5XhJSmj-Z6qHofKcG5z6wHtZLZOcg7kjzk67gEUGUg
Published on 31.05.2021
Wizz Air Drops All Norwegian Domestic Flying, Reduces Oslo Network
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/
Published on 30.05.2021
Wizz Air suspends all its Norwegian domestic services from 14 June, reduces flights from Oslo to Central, Eastern Europe, cancels plans to launch flights to four Mediterranean destinations
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2c6ab1ed55fb7dff7e15c83800e87cafa7ac79ea-1622443628-0-ATYGfn9yEla3gEqxm7qIoWMDRT29cyp_hjvWRTJgH02yTvc7ecvOdN1ETZjWBXCOjTbHfJ_dJikU0lWJGYCEgF77J2vWb6pnrzcxrH24xATy_ZbNeHkVWsJCykA0n03UnuO6BtXdA1xXgVlE2cttewuDSw_I4I2dcVUufBrU6FazEKF4QSB4qzEG1R54XjUDckFYx5Dw7-WZNlhedr8fSQOYrxsd1Yz8ANj8rGKf89kq3M4uL3M5P-QbQzOvERgA5qIk5CRCn8FoCrioRY_5snEMam9C7tzl__7JIEEsbTjha09QBxPuOJUKKAdQnJnMeCKf-_mMTKz2MAgA0IGHKiwA7KgLXCB91UzuLAq6YqcIMVFcoYn5neNbOSlBnb6jewTwv6jj4CURXKwfuQdt9bEhc7Z6SgEUAs_ysw_lZHZ6-4YueCbMFicDT7yu6GmJ5vm6VSSmpeJqswi4MLrhvJS2iQdwNRlGfNJYOzMc8bPUvKh6u_NdSAmOqRrz-5Vv1eemlt9zx1iJRTA2qMY6RnCvCYz0PB490TxdZ4Yilgt-485qQgQrINCcUQgrDc5AYsg0LaFBspufah-yFWK7jNOhR6e0T9MdK0Q0Uy_ZGP9Pm-pO1t4zmxEoJ2-nrNnwSR1ZVBWOGkjo9dfJbA9AdKZBclo9ET_USbJNY_K2h2_gpuOeqMjYmyPnPAfz-cbF-sIp6yA-_cMH7uqG7BdAYxE
Published on 24.05.2021
25th New Airport In 2021: Wizz Air’s Rapid Expansion.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-25th-new-airport/
Published on 14.05.2021
Wizz Air adds three new EX-YU routes for total of over 25 (including Dubrovnik, Split and Pristina from Rome).
Source: https://www.exyuaviation.com/2021/05/wizz-air-adds-three-new-ex-yu-routes.html?m=1
Published on 11.05.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi launches new flights to Oman (Salalah, Muscat), Italy (Bari) and Ukraine (Kiev).
Source: https://www.timeoutabudhabi.com/travel/466802-wizz-air-abu-dhabi-launches-new-flights-to-oman-italy-and-ukraine
Published on 10.05.2021
Wizz Air resumes five routes following UK green list update.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-uk-green-resumptions/
Published on 07.05.2021
Wizz Air flying from Israel to 23 cities this summer (including cities in Italy).
Source: https://www.jpost.com/breaking-news/wizz-air-flying-from-israel-to-23-cities-this-summer-667409
Published on 06.05.2021
Wizz Air gets approval from the Oman Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) for operations between Abu Dhabi and Muscat form mid-JUN21.
Source: https://timesofoman.com/article/100926-wizz-air-gets-approval-from-civil-aviation-authority
Published on 08.06.2021
Seven more European cities reconnect to Budapest Airport with Wizz Air
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/seven-more-european-cities-reconnect-to-budapest-airport-with-wizz-air/
Published on 07.06.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi announces new flights to three Greek destinations
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-announces-new-flights-to-three-greek-destinations/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2e3a82496f381668c6d0608f28b5d52cddba92f1-1623071234-0-AR_baOlVnIel_I3D2sxvxvNPNb47yyFyNroGJQZeHYr7Fl7uHfg4eOFwlm_eAssiN0YOG8P-Zt8XJ3t_odzi4toCfe4XnscjJ_ypBRu5UA7KkUFlv_COwK6wLX7NZxoeCad80QqKU0MCUE0WMA4AuDksbdrflZnrgXQMMONG5xp0HtJUOMXHjsw_zHbgBF4GuMJWNCE3MsCwdQvY_tXDLWWRdgleVE8iP7vhn89yDUpNt5VkGRxf6RPUJz1OTgdGH4VrifSL3sMEAa7WXWWort98OiX9GkcK-U62c7NH48rgHVZmQvRFLv2vBIY-Qm5ceYQGU9-ehcDF4Q3DDscO6u9_rudmmlK4Yu4CD8exuyPjhyd1sInAwIKn8IOH7UZ4rnitOOlA-XVT5w6j2aMZI74St1NDW37ZmXS8PzMoIJxYsKcV7NELSjKaS5Toxfpjsdd29VNUZpFCrfcMcOC-YVsxQUC2mmOeC0DVuiVIYn20_DWxohS08iLaARIDlwbK9aCOYXZnC7KsO27QAm29w6GivFFyOrazvstzfRxp3TyJiHPR6E5n-swSXAcDGzAqgCdLJ_SxlTFyP-G9mUIROhofoU7FsKLzTjeXxljkbZJKFEFQFmdvMQ4-5ooVcTTug3iuCjUGnEmKok08FHP8uPp7Nm5QfkZB6v4OrhTsLRgoO5XhJSmj-Z6qHofKcG5z6wHtZLZOcg7kjzk67gEUGUg
Published on 31.05.2021
Wizz Air Drops All Norwegian Domestic Flying, Reduces Oslo Network
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/
Published on 30.05.2021
Wizz Air suspends all its Norwegian domestic services from 14 June, reduces flights from Oslo to Central, Eastern Europe, cancels plans to launch flights to four Mediterranean destinations
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2c6ab1ed55fb7dff7e15c83800e87cafa7ac79ea-1622443628-0-ATYGfn9yEla3gEqxm7qIoWMDRT29cyp_hjvWRTJgH02yTvc7ecvOdN1ETZjWBXCOjTbHfJ_dJikU0lWJGYCEgF77J2vWb6pnrzcxrH24xATy_ZbNeHkVWsJCykA0n03UnuO6BtXdA1xXgVlE2cttewuDSw_I4I2dcVUufBrU6FazEKF4QSB4qzEG1R54XjUDckFYx5Dw7-WZNlhedr8fSQOYrxsd1Yz8ANj8rGKf89kq3M4uL3M5P-QbQzOvERgA5qIk5CRCn8FoCrioRY_5snEMam9C7tzl__7JIEEsbTjha09QBxPuOJUKKAdQnJnMeCKf-_mMTKz2MAgA0IGHKiwA7KgLXCB91UzuLAq6YqcIMVFcoYn5neNbOSlBnb6jewTwv6jj4CURXKwfuQdt9bEhc7Z6SgEUAs_ysw_lZHZ6-4YueCbMFicDT7yu6GmJ5vm6VSSmpeJqswi4MLrhvJS2iQdwNRlGfNJYOzMc8bPUvKh6u_NdSAmOqRrz-5Vv1eemlt9zx1iJRTA2qMY6RnCvCYz0PB490TxdZ4Yilgt-485qQgQrINCcUQgrDc5AYsg0LaFBspufah-yFWK7jNOhR6e0T9MdK0Q0Uy_ZGP9Pm-pO1t4zmxEoJ2-nrNnwSR1ZVBWOGkjo9dfJbA9AdKZBclo9ET_USbJNY_K2h2_gpuOeqMjYmyPnPAfz-cbF-sIp6yA-_cMH7uqG7BdAYxE
Published on 24.05.2021
25th New Airport In 2021: Wizz Air’s Rapid Expansion.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-25th-new-airport/
Published on 14.05.2021
Wizz Air adds three new EX-YU routes for total of over 25 (including Dubrovnik, Split and Pristina from Rome).
Source: https://www.exyuaviation.com/2021/05/wizz-air-adds-three-new-ex-yu-routes.html?m=1
Published on 11.05.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi launches new flights to Oman (Salalah, Muscat), Italy (Bari) and Ukraine (Kiev).
Source: https://www.timeoutabudhabi.com/travel/466802-wizz-air-abu-dhabi-launches-new-flights-to-oman-italy-and-ukraine
Published on 10.05.2021
Wizz Air resumes five routes following UK green list update.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-uk-green-resumptions/
Published on 07.05.2021
Wizz Air flying from Israel to 23 cities this summer (including cities in Italy).
Source: https://www.jpost.com/breaking-news/wizz-air-flying-from-israel-to-23-cities-this-summer-667409
Published on 06.05.2021
Wizz Air gets approval from the Oman Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) for operations between Abu Dhabi and Muscat form mid-JUN21.
Source: https://timesofoman.com/article/100926-wizz-air-gets-approval-from-civil-aviation-authority
Published on 08.06.2021
Seven more European cities reconnect to Budapest Airport with Wizz Air
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/seven-more-european-cities-reconnect-to-budapest-airport-with-wizz-air/
Published on 07.06.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi announces new flights to three Greek destinations
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-announces-new-flights-to-three-greek-destinations/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2e3a82496f381668c6d0608f28b5d52cddba92f1-1623071234-0-AR_baOlVnIel_I3D2sxvxvNPNb47yyFyNroGJQZeHYr7Fl7uHfg4eOFwlm_eAssiN0YOG8P-Zt8XJ3t_odzi4toCfe4XnscjJ_ypBRu5UA7KkUFlv_COwK6wLX7NZxoeCad80QqKU0MCUE0WMA4AuDksbdrflZnrgXQMMONG5xp0HtJUOMXHjsw_zHbgBF4GuMJWNCE3MsCwdQvY_tXDLWWRdgleVE8iP7vhn89yDUpNt5VkGRxf6RPUJz1OTgdGH4VrifSL3sMEAa7WXWWort98OiX9GkcK-U62c7NH48rgHVZmQvRFLv2vBIY-Qm5ceYQGU9-ehcDF4Q3DDscO6u9_rudmmlK4Yu4CD8exuyPjhyd1sInAwIKn8IOH7UZ4rnitOOlA-XVT5w6j2aMZI74St1NDW37ZmXS8PzMoIJxYsKcV7NELSjKaS5Toxfpjsdd29VNUZpFCrfcMcOC-YVsxQUC2mmOeC0DVuiVIYn20_DWxohS08iLaARIDlwbK9aCOYXZnC7KsO27QAm29w6GivFFyOrazvstzfRxp3TyJiHPR6E5n-swSXAcDGzAqgCdLJ_SxlTFyP-G9mUIROhofoU7FsKLzTjeXxljkbZJKFEFQFmdvMQ4-5ooVcTTug3iuCjUGnEmKok08FHP8uPp7Nm5QfkZB6v4OrhTsLRgoO5XhJSmj-Z6qHofKcG5z6wHtZLZOcg7kjzk67gEUGUg
Published on 31.05.2021
Wizz Air Drops All Norwegian Domestic Flying, Reduces Oslo Network
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/
Published on 30.05.2021
Wizz Air suspends all its Norwegian domestic services from 14 June, reduces flights from Oslo to Central, Eastern Europe, cancels plans to launch flights to four Mediterranean destinations
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2c6ab1ed55fb7dff7e15c83800e87cafa7ac79ea-1622443628-0-ATYGfn9yEla3gEqxm7qIoWMDRT29cyp_hjvWRTJgH02yTvc7ecvOdN1ETZjWBXCOjTbHfJ_dJikU0lWJGYCEgF77J2vWb6pnrzcxrH24xATy_ZbNeHkVWsJCykA0n03UnuO6BtXdA1xXgVlE2cttewuDSw_I4I2dcVUufBrU6FazEKF4QSB4qzEG1R54XjUDckFYx5Dw7-WZNlhedr8fSQOYrxsd1Yz8ANj8rGKf89kq3M4uL3M5P-QbQzOvERgA5qIk5CRCn8FoCrioRY_5snEMam9C7tzl__7JIEEsbTjha09QBxPuOJUKKAdQnJnMeCKf-_mMTKz2MAgA0IGHKiwA7KgLXCB91UzuLAq6YqcIMVFcoYn5neNbOSlBnb6jewTwv6jj4CURXKwfuQdt9bEhc7Z6SgEUAs_ysw_lZHZ6-4YueCbMFicDT7yu6GmJ5vm6VSSmpeJqswi4MLrhvJS2iQdwNRlGfNJYOzMc8bPUvKh6u_NdSAmOqRrz-5Vv1eemlt9zx1iJRTA2qMY6RnCvCYz0PB490TxdZ4Yilgt-485qQgQrINCcUQgrDc5AYsg0LaFBspufah-yFWK7jNOhR6e0T9MdK0Q0Uy_ZGP9Pm-pO1t4zmxEoJ2-nrNnwSR1ZVBWOGkjo9dfJbA9AdKZBclo9ET_USbJNY_K2h2_gpuOeqMjYmyPnPAfz-cbF-sIp6yA-_cMH7uqG7BdAYxE
Published on 24.05.2021
25th New Airport In 2021: Wizz Air’s Rapid Expansion.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-25th-new-airport/
Published on 14.05.2021
Wizz Air adds three new EX-YU routes for total of over 25 (including Dubrovnik, Split and Pristina from Rome).
Source: https://www.exyuaviation.com/2021/05/wizz-air-adds-three-new-ex-yu-routes.html?m=1
Published on 11.05.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi launches new flights to Oman (Salalah, Muscat), Italy (Bari) and Ukraine (Kiev).
Source: https://www.timeoutabudhabi.com/travel/466802-wizz-air-abu-dhabi-launches-new-flights-to-oman-italy-and-ukraine
Published on 10.05.2021
Wizz Air resumes five routes following UK green list update.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-uk-green-resumptions/
Published on 07.05.2021
Wizz Air flying from Israel to 23 cities this summer (including cities in Italy).
Source: https://www.jpost.com/breaking-news/wizz-air-flying-from-israel-to-23-cities-this-summer-667409
Published on 06.05.2021
Wizz Air gets approval from the Oman Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) for operations between Abu Dhabi and Muscat form mid-JUN21.
Source: https://timesofoman.com/article/100926-wizz-air-gets-approval-from-civil-aviation-authority
Published on 08.06.2021
Seven more European cities reconnect to Budapest Airport with Wizz Air
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/seven-more-european-cities-reconnect-to-budapest-airport-with-wizz-air/
Published on 07.06.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi announces new flights to three Greek destinations
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-announces-new-flights-to-three-greek-destinations/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2e3a82496f381668c6d0608f28b5d52cddba92f1-1623071234-0-AR_baOlVnIel_I3D2sxvxvNPNb47yyFyNroGJQZeHYr7Fl7uHfg4eOFwlm_eAssiN0YOG8P-Zt8XJ3t_odzi4toCfe4XnscjJ_ypBRu5UA7KkUFlv_COwK6wLX7NZxoeCad80QqKU0MCUE0WMA4AuDksbdrflZnrgXQMMONG5xp0HtJUOMXHjsw_zHbgBF4GuMJWNCE3MsCwdQvY_tXDLWWRdgleVE8iP7vhn89yDUpNt5VkGRxf6RPUJz1OTgdGH4VrifSL3sMEAa7WXWWort98OiX9GkcK-U62c7NH48rgHVZmQvRFLv2vBIY-Qm5ceYQGU9-ehcDF4Q3DDscO6u9_rudmmlK4Yu4CD8exuyPjhyd1sInAwIKn8IOH7UZ4rnitOOlA-XVT5w6j2aMZI74St1NDW37ZmXS8PzMoIJxYsKcV7NELSjKaS5Toxfpjsdd29VNUZpFCrfcMcOC-YVsxQUC2mmOeC0DVuiVIYn20_DWxohS08iLaARIDlwbK9aCOYXZnC7KsO27QAm29w6GivFFyOrazvstzfRxp3TyJiHPR6E5n-swSXAcDGzAqgCdLJ_SxlTFyP-G9mUIROhofoU7FsKLzTjeXxljkbZJKFEFQFmdvMQ4-5ooVcTTug3iuCjUGnEmKok08FHP8uPp7Nm5QfkZB6v4OrhTsLRgoO5XhJSmj-Z6qHofKcG5z6wHtZLZOcg7kjzk67gEUGUg
Published on 31.05.2021
Wizz Air Drops All Norwegian Domestic Flying, Reduces Oslo Network
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/
Published on 30.05.2021
Wizz Air suspends all its Norwegian domestic services from 14 June, reduces flights from Oslo to Central, Eastern Europe, cancels plans to launch flights to four Mediterranean destinations
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2c6ab1ed55fb7dff7e15c83800e87cafa7ac79ea-1622443628-0-ATYGfn9yEla3gEqxm7qIoWMDRT29cyp_hjvWRTJgH02yTvc7ecvOdN1ETZjWBXCOjTbHfJ_dJikU0lWJGYCEgF77J2vWb6pnrzcxrH24xATy_ZbNeHkVWsJCykA0n03UnuO6BtXdA1xXgVlE2cttewuDSw_I4I2dcVUufBrU6FazEKF4QSB4qzEG1R54XjUDckFYx5Dw7-WZNlhedr8fSQOYrxsd1Yz8ANj8rGKf89kq3M4uL3M5P-QbQzOvERgA5qIk5CRCn8FoCrioRY_5snEMam9C7tzl__7JIEEsbTjha09QBxPuOJUKKAdQnJnMeCKf-_mMTKz2MAgA0IGHKiwA7KgLXCB91UzuLAq6YqcIMVFcoYn5neNbOSlBnb6jewTwv6jj4CURXKwfuQdt9bEhc7Z6SgEUAs_ysw_lZHZ6-4YueCbMFicDT7yu6GmJ5vm6VSSmpeJqswi4MLrhvJS2iQdwNRlGfNJYOzMc8bPUvKh6u_NdSAmOqRrz-5Vv1eemlt9zx1iJRTA2qMY6RnCvCYz0PB490TxdZ4Yilgt-485qQgQrINCcUQgrDc5AYsg0LaFBspufah-yFWK7jNOhR6e0T9MdK0Q0Uy_ZGP9Pm-pO1t4zmxEoJ2-nrNnwSR1ZVBWOGkjo9dfJbA9AdKZBclo9ET_USbJNY_K2h2_gpuOeqMjYmyPnPAfz-cbF-sIp6yA-_cMH7uqG7BdAYxE
Published on 24.05.2021
25th New Airport In 2021: Wizz Air’s Rapid Expansion.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-25th-new-airport/
Published on 14.05.2021
Wizz Air adds three new EX-YU routes for total of over 25 (including Dubrovnik, Split and Pristina from Rome).
Source: https://www.exyuaviation.com/2021/05/wizz-air-adds-three-new-ex-yu-routes.html?m=1
Published on 11.05.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi launches new flights to Oman (Salalah, Muscat), Italy (Bari) and Ukraine (Kiev).
Source: https://www.timeoutabudhabi.com/travel/466802-wizz-air-abu-dhabi-launches-new-flights-to-oman-italy-and-ukraine
Published on 10.05.2021
Wizz Air resumes five routes following UK green list update.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-uk-green-resumptions/
Published on 07.05.2021
Wizz Air flying from Israel to 23 cities this summer (including cities in Italy).
Source: https://www.jpost.com/breaking-news/wizz-air-flying-from-israel-to-23-cities-this-summer-667409
Published on 06.05.2021
Wizz Air gets approval from the Oman Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) for operations between Abu Dhabi and Muscat form mid-JUN21.
Source: https://timesofoman.com/article/100926-wizz-air-gets-approval-from-civil-aviation-authority
Published on 08.06.2021
Seven more European cities reconnect to Budapest Airport with Wizz Air
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/seven-more-european-cities-reconnect-to-budapest-airport-with-wizz-air/
Published on 07.06.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi announces new flights to three Greek destinations
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-announces-new-flights-to-three-greek-destinations/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2e3a82496f381668c6d0608f28b5d52cddba92f1-1623071234-0-AR_baOlVnIel_I3D2sxvxvNPNb47yyFyNroGJQZeHYr7Fl7uHfg4eOFwlm_eAssiN0YOG8P-Zt8XJ3t_odzi4toCfe4XnscjJ_ypBRu5UA7KkUFlv_COwK6wLX7NZxoeCad80QqKU0MCUE0WMA4AuDksbdrflZnrgXQMMONG5xp0HtJUOMXHjsw_zHbgBF4GuMJWNCE3MsCwdQvY_tXDLWWRdgleVE8iP7vhn89yDUpNt5VkGRxf6RPUJz1OTgdGH4VrifSL3sMEAa7WXWWort98OiX9GkcK-U62c7NH48rgHVZmQvRFLv2vBIY-Qm5ceYQGU9-ehcDF4Q3DDscO6u9_rudmmlK4Yu4CD8exuyPjhyd1sInAwIKn8IOH7UZ4rnitOOlA-XVT5w6j2aMZI74St1NDW37ZmXS8PzMoIJxYsKcV7NELSjKaS5Toxfpjsdd29VNUZpFCrfcMcOC-YVsxQUC2mmOeC0DVuiVIYn20_DWxohS08iLaARIDlwbK9aCOYXZnC7KsO27QAm29w6GivFFyOrazvstzfRxp3TyJiHPR6E5n-swSXAcDGzAqgCdLJ_SxlTFyP-G9mUIROhofoU7FsKLzTjeXxljkbZJKFEFQFmdvMQ4-5ooVcTTug3iuCjUGnEmKok08FHP8uPp7Nm5QfkZB6v4OrhTsLRgoO5XhJSmj-Z6qHofKcG5z6wHtZLZOcg7kjzk67gEUGUg
Published on 31.05.2021
Wizz Air Drops All Norwegian Domestic Flying, Reduces Oslo Network
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/
Published on 30.05.2021
Wizz Air suspends all its Norwegian domestic services from 14 June, reduces flights from Oslo to Central, Eastern Europe, cancels plans to launch flights to four Mediterranean destinations
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2c6ab1ed55fb7dff7e15c83800e87cafa7ac79ea-1622443628-0-ATYGfn9yEla3gEqxm7qIoWMDRT29cyp_hjvWRTJgH02yTvc7ecvOdN1ETZjWBXCOjTbHfJ_dJikU0lWJGYCEgF77J2vWb6pnrzcxrH24xATy_ZbNeHkVWsJCykA0n03UnuO6BtXdA1xXgVlE2cttewuDSw_I4I2dcVUufBrU6FazEKF4QSB4qzEG1R54XjUDckFYx5Dw7-WZNlhedr8fSQOYrxsd1Yz8ANj8rGKf89kq3M4uL3M5P-QbQzOvERgA5qIk5CRCn8FoCrioRY_5snEMam9C7tzl__7JIEEsbTjha09QBxPuOJUKKAdQnJnMeCKf-_mMTKz2MAgA0IGHKiwA7KgLXCB91UzuLAq6YqcIMVFcoYn5neNbOSlBnb6jewTwv6jj4CURXKwfuQdt9bEhc7Z6SgEUAs_ysw_lZHZ6-4YueCbMFicDT7yu6GmJ5vm6VSSmpeJqswi4MLrhvJS2iQdwNRlGfNJYOzMc8bPUvKh6u_NdSAmOqRrz-5Vv1eemlt9zx1iJRTA2qMY6RnCvCYz0PB490TxdZ4Yilgt-485qQgQrINCcUQgrDc5AYsg0LaFBspufah-yFWK7jNOhR6e0T9MdK0Q0Uy_ZGP9Pm-pO1t4zmxEoJ2-nrNnwSR1ZVBWOGkjo9dfJbA9AdKZBclo9ET_USbJNY_K2h2_gpuOeqMjYmyPnPAfz-cbF-sIp6yA-_cMH7uqG7BdAYxE
Published on 24.05.2021
25th New Airport In 2021: Wizz Air’s Rapid Expansion.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-25th-new-airport/
Published on 14.05.2021
Wizz Air adds three new EX-YU routes for total of over 25 (including Dubrovnik, Split and Pristina from Rome).
Source: https://www.exyuaviation.com/2021/05/wizz-air-adds-three-new-ex-yu-routes.html?m=1
Published on 11.05.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi launches new flights to Oman (Salalah, Muscat), Italy (Bari) and Ukraine (Kiev).
Source: https://www.timeoutabudhabi.com/travel/466802-wizz-air-abu-dhabi-launches-new-flights-to-oman-italy-and-ukraine
Published on 10.05.2021
Wizz Air resumes five routes following UK green list update.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-uk-green-resumptions/
Published on 07.05.2021
Wizz Air flying from Israel to 23 cities this summer (including cities in Italy).
Source: https://www.jpost.com/breaking-news/wizz-air-flying-from-israel-to-23-cities-this-summer-667409
Published on 06.05.2021
Wizz Air gets approval from the Oman Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) for operations between Abu Dhabi and Muscat form mid-JUN21.
Source: https://timesofoman.com/article/100926-wizz-air-gets-approval-from-civil-aviation-authority
Published on 08.06.2021
Seven more European cities reconnect to Budapest Airport with Wizz Air
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/seven-more-european-cities-reconnect-to-budapest-airport-with-wizz-air/
Published on 07.06.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi announces new flights to three Greek destinations
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-announces-new-flights-to-three-greek-destinations/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2e3a82496f381668c6d0608f28b5d52cddba92f1-1623071234-0-AR_baOlVnIel_I3D2sxvxvNPNb47yyFyNroGJQZeHYr7Fl7uHfg4eOFwlm_eAssiN0YOG8P-Zt8XJ3t_odzi4toCfe4XnscjJ_ypBRu5UA7KkUFlv_COwK6wLX7NZxoeCad80QqKU0MCUE0WMA4AuDksbdrflZnrgXQMMONG5xp0HtJUOMXHjsw_zHbgBF4GuMJWNCE3MsCwdQvY_tXDLWWRdgleVE8iP7vhn89yDUpNt5VkGRxf6RPUJz1OTgdGH4VrifSL3sMEAa7WXWWort98OiX9GkcK-U62c7NH48rgHVZmQvRFLv2vBIY-Qm5ceYQGU9-ehcDF4Q3DDscO6u9_rudmmlK4Yu4CD8exuyPjhyd1sInAwIKn8IOH7UZ4rnitOOlA-XVT5w6j2aMZI74St1NDW37ZmXS8PzMoIJxYsKcV7NELSjKaS5Toxfpjsdd29VNUZpFCrfcMcOC-YVsxQUC2mmOeC0DVuiVIYn20_DWxohS08iLaARIDlwbK9aCOYXZnC7KsO27QAm29w6GivFFyOrazvstzfRxp3TyJiHPR6E5n-swSXAcDGzAqgCdLJ_SxlTFyP-G9mUIROhofoU7FsKLzTjeXxljkbZJKFEFQFmdvMQ4-5ooVcTTug3iuCjUGnEmKok08FHP8uPp7Nm5QfkZB6v4OrhTsLRgoO5XhJSmj-Z6qHofKcG5z6wHtZLZOcg7kjzk67gEUGUg
Published on 31.05.2021
Wizz Air Drops All Norwegian Domestic Flying, Reduces Oslo Network
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/
Published on 30.05.2021
Wizz Air suspends all its Norwegian domestic services from 14 June, reduces flights from Oslo to Central, Eastern Europe, cancels plans to launch flights to four Mediterranean destinations
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2c6ab1ed55fb7dff7e15c83800e87cafa7ac79ea-1622443628-0-ATYGfn9yEla3gEqxm7qIoWMDRT29cyp_hjvWRTJgH02yTvc7ecvOdN1ETZjWBXCOjTbHfJ_dJikU0lWJGYCEgF77J2vWb6pnrzcxrH24xATy_ZbNeHkVWsJCykA0n03UnuO6BtXdA1xXgVlE2cttewuDSw_I4I2dcVUufBrU6FazEKF4QSB4qzEG1R54XjUDckFYx5Dw7-WZNlhedr8fSQOYrxsd1Yz8ANj8rGKf89kq3M4uL3M5P-QbQzOvERgA5qIk5CRCn8FoCrioRY_5snEMam9C7tzl__7JIEEsbTjha09QBxPuOJUKKAdQnJnMeCKf-_mMTKz2MAgA0IGHKiwA7KgLXCB91UzuLAq6YqcIMVFcoYn5neNbOSlBnb6jewTwv6jj4CURXKwfuQdt9bEhc7Z6SgEUAs_ysw_lZHZ6-4YueCbMFicDT7yu6GmJ5vm6VSSmpeJqswi4MLrhvJS2iQdwNRlGfNJYOzMc8bPUvKh6u_NdSAmOqRrz-5Vv1eemlt9zx1iJRTA2qMY6RnCvCYz0PB490TxdZ4Yilgt-485qQgQrINCcUQgrDc5AYsg0LaFBspufah-yFWK7jNOhR6e0T9MdK0Q0Uy_ZGP9Pm-pO1t4zmxEoJ2-nrNnwSR1ZVBWOGkjo9dfJbA9AdKZBclo9ET_USbJNY_K2h2_gpuOeqMjYmyPnPAfz-cbF-sIp6yA-_cMH7uqG7BdAYxE
Published on 24.05.2021
25th New Airport In 2021: Wizz Air’s Rapid Expansion.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-25th-new-airport/
Published on 14.05.2021
Wizz Air adds three new EX-YU routes for total of over 25 (including Dubrovnik, Split and Pristina from Rome).
Source: https://www.exyuaviation.com/2021/05/wizz-air-adds-three-new-ex-yu-routes.html?m=1
Published on 11.05.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi launches new flights to Oman (Salalah, Muscat), Italy (Bari) and Ukraine (Kiev).
Source: https://www.timeoutabudhabi.com/travel/466802-wizz-air-abu-dhabi-launches-new-flights-to-oman-italy-and-ukraine
Published on 10.05.2021
Wizz Air resumes five routes following UK green list update.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-uk-green-resumptions/
Published on 07.05.2021
Wizz Air flying from Israel to 23 cities this summer (including cities in Italy).
Source: https://www.jpost.com/breaking-news/wizz-air-flying-from-israel-to-23-cities-this-summer-667409
Published on 06.05.2021
Wizz Air gets approval from the Oman Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) for operations between Abu Dhabi and Muscat form mid-JUN21.
Source: https://timesofoman.com/article/100926-wizz-air-gets-approval-from-civil-aviation-authority
Published on 08.06.2021
Seven more European cities reconnect to Budapest Airport with Wizz Air
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/seven-more-european-cities-reconnect-to-budapest-airport-with-wizz-air/
Published on 07.06.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi announces new flights to three Greek destinations
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-announces-new-flights-to-three-greek-destinations/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2e3a82496f381668c6d0608f28b5d52cddba92f1-1623071234-0-AR_baOlVnIel_I3D2sxvxvNPNb47yyFyNroGJQZeHYr7Fl7uHfg4eOFwlm_eAssiN0YOG8P-Zt8XJ3t_odzi4toCfe4XnscjJ_ypBRu5UA7KkUFlv_COwK6wLX7NZxoeCad80QqKU0MCUE0WMA4AuDksbdrflZnrgXQMMONG5xp0HtJUOMXHjsw_zHbgBF4GuMJWNCE3MsCwdQvY_tXDLWWRdgleVE8iP7vhn89yDUpNt5VkGRxf6RPUJz1OTgdGH4VrifSL3sMEAa7WXWWort98OiX9GkcK-U62c7NH48rgHVZmQvRFLv2vBIY-Qm5ceYQGU9-ehcDF4Q3DDscO6u9_rudmmlK4Yu4CD8exuyPjhyd1sInAwIKn8IOH7UZ4rnitOOlA-XVT5w6j2aMZI74St1NDW37ZmXS8PzMoIJxYsKcV7NELSjKaS5Toxfpjsdd29VNUZpFCrfcMcOC-YVsxQUC2mmOeC0DVuiVIYn20_DWxohS08iLaARIDlwbK9aCOYXZnC7KsO27QAm29w6GivFFyOrazvstzfRxp3TyJiHPR6E5n-swSXAcDGzAqgCdLJ_SxlTFyP-G9mUIROhofoU7FsKLzTjeXxljkbZJKFEFQFmdvMQ4-5ooVcTTug3iuCjUGnEmKok08FHP8uPp7Nm5QfkZB6v4OrhTsLRgoO5XhJSmj-Z6qHofKcG5z6wHtZLZOcg7kjzk67gEUGUg
Published on 31.05.2021
Wizz Air Drops All Norwegian Domestic Flying, Reduces Oslo Network
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/
Published on 30.05.2021
Wizz Air suspends all its Norwegian domestic services from 14 June, reduces flights from Oslo to Central, Eastern Europe, cancels plans to launch flights to four Mediterranean destinations
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2c6ab1ed55fb7dff7e15c83800e87cafa7ac79ea-1622443628-0-ATYGfn9yEla3gEqxm7qIoWMDRT29cyp_hjvWRTJgH02yTvc7ecvOdN1ETZjWBXCOjTbHfJ_dJikU0lWJGYCEgF77J2vWb6pnrzcxrH24xATy_ZbNeHkVWsJCykA0n03UnuO6BtXdA1xXgVlE2cttewuDSw_I4I2dcVUufBrU6FazEKF4QSB4qzEG1R54XjUDckFYx5Dw7-WZNlhedr8fSQOYrxsd1Yz8ANj8rGKf89kq3M4uL3M5P-QbQzOvERgA5qIk5CRCn8FoCrioRY_5snEMam9C7tzl__7JIEEsbTjha09QBxPuOJUKKAdQnJnMeCKf-_mMTKz2MAgA0IGHKiwA7KgLXCB91UzuLAq6YqcIMVFcoYn5neNbOSlBnb6jewTwv6jj4CURXKwfuQdt9bEhc7Z6SgEUAs_ysw_lZHZ6-4YueCbMFicDT7yu6GmJ5vm6VSSmpeJqswi4MLrhvJS2iQdwNRlGfNJYOzMc8bPUvKh6u_NdSAmOqRrz-5Vv1eemlt9zx1iJRTA2qMY6RnCvCYz0PB490TxdZ4Yilgt-485qQgQrINCcUQgrDc5AYsg0LaFBspufah-yFWK7jNOhR6e0T9MdK0Q0Uy_ZGP9Pm-pO1t4zmxEoJ2-nrNnwSR1ZVBWOGkjo9dfJbA9AdKZBclo9ET_USbJNY_K2h2_gpuOeqMjYmyPnPAfz-cbF-sIp6yA-_cMH7uqG7BdAYxE
Published on 24.05.2021
25th New Airport In 2021: Wizz Air’s Rapid Expansion.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-25th-new-airport/
Published on 14.05.2021
Wizz Air adds three new EX-YU routes for total of over 25 (including Dubrovnik, Split and Pristina from Rome).
Source: https://www.exyuaviation.com/2021/05/wizz-air-adds-three-new-ex-yu-routes.html?m=1
Published on 11.05.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi launches new flights to Oman (Salalah, Muscat), Italy (Bari) and Ukraine (Kiev).
Source: https://www.timeoutabudhabi.com/travel/466802-wizz-air-abu-dhabi-launches-new-flights-to-oman-italy-and-ukraine
Published on 10.05.2021
Wizz Air resumes five routes following UK green list update.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-uk-green-resumptions/
Published on 07.05.2021
Wizz Air flying from Israel to 23 cities this summer (including cities in Italy).
Source: https://www.jpost.com/breaking-news/wizz-air-flying-from-israel-to-23-cities-this-summer-667409
Published on 06.05.2021
Wizz Air gets approval from the Oman Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) for operations between Abu Dhabi and Muscat form mid-JUN21.
Source: https://timesofoman.com/article/100926-wizz-air-gets-approval-from-civil-aviation-authority
Published on 08.06.2021
Seven more European cities reconnect to Budapest Airport with Wizz Air
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/seven-more-european-cities-reconnect-to-budapest-airport-with-wizz-air/
Published on 07.06.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi announces new flights to three Greek destinations
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-announces-new-flights-to-three-greek-destinations/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2e3a82496f381668c6d0608f28b5d52cddba92f1-1623071234-0-AR_baOlVnIel_I3D2sxvxvNPNb47yyFyNroGJQZeHYr7Fl7uHfg4eOFwlm_eAssiN0YOG8P-Zt8XJ3t_odzi4toCfe4XnscjJ_ypBRu5UA7KkUFlv_COwK6wLX7NZxoeCad80QqKU0MCUE0WMA4AuDksbdrflZnrgXQMMONG5xp0HtJUOMXHjsw_zHbgBF4GuMJWNCE3MsCwdQvY_tXDLWWRdgleVE8iP7vhn89yDUpNt5VkGRxf6RPUJz1OTgdGH4VrifSL3sMEAa7WXWWort98OiX9GkcK-U62c7NH48rgHVZmQvRFLv2vBIY-Qm5ceYQGU9-ehcDF4Q3DDscO6u9_rudmmlK4Yu4CD8exuyPjhyd1sInAwIKn8IOH7UZ4rnitOOlA-XVT5w6j2aMZI74St1NDW37ZmXS8PzMoIJxYsKcV7NELSjKaS5Toxfpjsdd29VNUZpFCrfcMcOC-YVsxQUC2mmOeC0DVuiVIYn20_DWxohS08iLaARIDlwbK9aCOYXZnC7KsO27QAm29w6GivFFyOrazvstzfRxp3TyJiHPR6E5n-swSXAcDGzAqgCdLJ_SxlTFyP-G9mUIROhofoU7FsKLzTjeXxljkbZJKFEFQFmdvMQ4-5ooVcTTug3iuCjUGnEmKok08FHP8uPp7Nm5QfkZB6v4OrhTsLRgoO5XhJSmj-Z6qHofKcG5z6wHtZLZOcg7kjzk67gEUGUg
Published on 31.05.2021
Wizz Air Drops All Norwegian Domestic Flying, Reduces Oslo Network
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/
Published on 30.05.2021
Wizz Air suspends all its Norwegian domestic services from 14 June, reduces flights from Oslo to Central, Eastern Europe, cancels plans to launch flights to four Mediterranean destinations
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2c6ab1ed55fb7dff7e15c83800e87cafa7ac79ea-1622443628-0-ATYGfn9yEla3gEqxm7qIoWMDRT29cyp_hjvWRTJgH02yTvc7ecvOdN1ETZjWBXCOjTbHfJ_dJikU0lWJGYCEgF77J2vWb6pnrzcxrH24xATy_ZbNeHkVWsJCykA0n03UnuO6BtXdA1xXgVlE2cttewuDSw_I4I2dcVUufBrU6FazEKF4QSB4qzEG1R54XjUDckFYx5Dw7-WZNlhedr8fSQOYrxsd1Yz8ANj8rGKf89kq3M4uL3M5P-QbQzOvERgA5qIk5CRCn8FoCrioRY_5snEMam9C7tzl__7JIEEsbTjha09QBxPuOJUKKAdQnJnMeCKf-_mMTKz2MAgA0IGHKiwA7KgLXCB91UzuLAq6YqcIMVFcoYn5neNbOSlBnb6jewTwv6jj4CURXKwfuQdt9bEhc7Z6SgEUAs_ysw_lZHZ6-4YueCbMFicDT7yu6GmJ5vm6VSSmpeJqswi4MLrhvJS2iQdwNRlGfNJYOzMc8bPUvKh6u_NdSAmOqRrz-5Vv1eemlt9zx1iJRTA2qMY6RnCvCYz0PB490TxdZ4Yilgt-485qQgQrINCcUQgrDc5AYsg0LaFBspufah-yFWK7jNOhR6e0T9MdK0Q0Uy_ZGP9Pm-pO1t4zmxEoJ2-nrNnwSR1ZVBWOGkjo9dfJbA9AdKZBclo9ET_USbJNY_K2h2_gpuOeqMjYmyPnPAfz-cbF-sIp6yA-_cMH7uqG7BdAYxE
Published on 24.05.2021
25th New Airport In 2021: Wizz Air’s Rapid Expansion.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-25th-new-airport/
Published on 14.05.2021
Wizz Air adds three new EX-YU routes for total of over 25 (including Dubrovnik, Split and Pristina from Rome).
Source: https://www.exyuaviation.com/2021/05/wizz-air-adds-three-new-ex-yu-routes.html?m=1
Published on 11.05.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi launches new flights to Oman (Salalah, Muscat), Italy (Bari) and Ukraine (Kiev).
Source: https://www.timeoutabudhabi.com/travel/466802-wizz-air-abu-dhabi-launches-new-flights-to-oman-italy-and-ukraine
Published on 10.05.2021
Wizz Air resumes five routes following UK green list update.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-uk-green-resumptions/
Published on 07.05.2021
Wizz Air flying from Israel to 23 cities this summer (including cities in Italy).
Source: https://www.jpost.com/breaking-news/wizz-air-flying-from-israel-to-23-cities-this-summer-667409
Published on 06.05.2021
Wizz Air gets approval from the Oman Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) for operations between Abu Dhabi and Muscat form mid-JUN21.
Source: https://timesofoman.com/article/100926-wizz-air-gets-approval-from-civil-aviation-authority
Published on 08.06.2021
Seven more European cities reconnect to Budapest Airport with Wizz Air
Source: https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/wizz-air/seven-more-european-cities-reconnect-to-budapest-airport-with-wizz-air/
Published on 07.06.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi announces new flights to three Greek destinations
Source: https://gulfbusiness.com/wizz-air-abu-dhabi-announces-new-flights-to-three-greek-destinations/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2e3a82496f381668c6d0608f28b5d52cddba92f1-1623071234-0-AR_baOlVnIel_I3D2sxvxvNPNb47yyFyNroGJQZeHYr7Fl7uHfg4eOFwlm_eAssiN0YOG8P-Zt8XJ3t_odzi4toCfe4XnscjJ_ypBRu5UA7KkUFlv_COwK6wLX7NZxoeCad80QqKU0MCUE0WMA4AuDksbdrflZnrgXQMMONG5xp0HtJUOMXHjsw_zHbgBF4GuMJWNCE3MsCwdQvY_tXDLWWRdgleVE8iP7vhn89yDUpNt5VkGRxf6RPUJz1OTgdGH4VrifSL3sMEAa7WXWWort98OiX9GkcK-U62c7NH48rgHVZmQvRFLv2vBIY-Qm5ceYQGU9-ehcDF4Q3DDscO6u9_rudmmlK4Yu4CD8exuyPjhyd1sInAwIKn8IOH7UZ4rnitOOlA-XVT5w6j2aMZI74St1NDW37ZmXS8PzMoIJxYsKcV7NELSjKaS5Toxfpjsdd29VNUZpFCrfcMcOC-YVsxQUC2mmOeC0DVuiVIYn20_DWxohS08iLaARIDlwbK9aCOYXZnC7KsO27QAm29w6GivFFyOrazvstzfRxp3TyJiHPR6E5n-swSXAcDGzAqgCdLJ_SxlTFyP-G9mUIROhofoU7FsKLzTjeXxljkbZJKFEFQFmdvMQ4-5ooVcTTug3iuCjUGnEmKok08FHP8uPp7Nm5QfkZB6v4OrhTsLRgoO5XhJSmj-Z6qHofKcG5z6wHtZLZOcg7kjzk67gEUGUg
Published on 31.05.2021
Wizz Air Drops All Norwegian Domestic Flying, Reduces Oslo Network
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/
Published on 30.05.2021
Wizz Air suspends all its Norwegian domestic services from 14 June, reduces flights from Oslo to Central, Eastern Europe, cancels plans to launch flights to four Mediterranean destinations
Source: https://airlinegeeks.com/2021/05/31/wizz-air-drops-all-norwegian-domestic-flying-reduces-oslo-network/?__cf_chl_captcha_tk__=2c6ab1ed55fb7dff7e15c83800e87cafa7ac79ea-1622443628-0-ATYGfn9yEla3gEqxm7qIoWMDRT29cyp_hjvWRTJgH02yTvc7ecvOdN1ETZjWBXCOjTbHfJ_dJikU0lWJGYCEgF77J2vWb6pnrzcxrH24xATy_ZbNeHkVWsJCykA0n03UnuO6BtXdA1xXgVlE2cttewuDSw_I4I2dcVUufBrU6FazEKF4QSB4qzEG1R54XjUDckFYx5Dw7-WZNlhedr8fSQOYrxsd1Yz8ANj8rGKf89kq3M4uL3M5P-QbQzOvERgA5qIk5CRCn8FoCrioRY_5snEMam9C7tzl__7JIEEsbTjha09QBxPuOJUKKAdQnJnMeCKf-_mMTKz2MAgA0IGHKiwA7KgLXCB91UzuLAq6YqcIMVFcoYn5neNbOSlBnb6jewTwv6jj4CURXKwfuQdt9bEhc7Z6SgEUAs_ysw_lZHZ6-4YueCbMFicDT7yu6GmJ5vm6VSSmpeJqswi4MLrhvJS2iQdwNRlGfNJYOzMc8bPUvKh6u_NdSAmOqRrz-5Vv1eemlt9zx1iJRTA2qMY6RnCvCYz0PB490TxdZ4Yilgt-485qQgQrINCcUQgrDc5AYsg0LaFBspufah-yFWK7jNOhR6e0T9MdK0Q0Uy_ZGP9Pm-pO1t4zmxEoJ2-nrNnwSR1ZVBWOGkjo9dfJbA9AdKZBclo9ET_USbJNY_K2h2_gpuOeqMjYmyPnPAfz-cbF-sIp6yA-_cMH7uqG7BdAYxE
Published on 24.05.2021
25th New Airport In 2021: Wizz Air’s Rapid Expansion.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-air-25th-new-airport/
Published on 14.05.2021
Wizz Air adds three new EX-YU routes for total of over 25 (including Dubrovnik, Split and Pristina from Rome).
Source: https://www.exyuaviation.com/2021/05/wizz-air-adds-three-new-ex-yu-routes.html?m=1
Published on 11.05.2021
Wizz Air Abu Dhabi launches new flights to Oman (Salalah, Muscat), Italy (Bari) and Ukraine (Kiev).
Source: https://www.timeoutabudhabi.com/travel/466802-wizz-air-abu-dhabi-launches-new-flights-to-oman-italy-and-ukraine
Published on 10.05.2021
Wizz Air resumes five routes following UK green list update.
Source: https://simpleflying.com/wizz-uk-green-resumptions/
Published on 07.05.2021
Wizz Air flying from Israel to 23 cities this summer (including cities in Italy).
Source: https://www.jpost.com/breaking-news/wizz-air-flying-from-israel-to-23-cities-this-summer-667409
Published on 06.05.2021
Wizz Air gets approval from the Oman Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) for operations between Abu Dhabi and Muscat form mid-JUN21.
Source: https://timesofoman.com/article/100926-wizz-air-gets-approval-from-civil-aviation-authority

Published on 14.12.2020
Wizz Air Faces further Norwegian controversy, launches Luton-Gibraltar service.

Published on 19.10.2020
Wizz Air Nov 2020 operations as of 17OCT20

Published on 13.10.2020
Wizz Air further expands Birmingham network in 4Q20
Wizz Air adds Eindhoven – Rzeszow service from Nov 2020

Published on 12.10.2020
Wizz Air suspends fifty EX-YU routes

Published on 03.09.2020
Wizz Air to pull out of Slovenia, suspend eight Bosnia routes

Published on 30.08.2020
Wizz Air to cut flights as Hungary closes borders to foreigners

Published on 27.07.2020
Italy, Ukraine lift restrictions for bilateral flights

Published on 24.07.2020
Wizz Air schedules new Spanish routes in August 2020

Published on 21.07.2020
Wizz Air adds Dortmund – Mykonos route from August 2020

Published on 18.07.2020
Wizz Air temporarily suspends a further nine EX-YU routes

Published on 30.06.2020
LOT Polish Airlines adds Budapest – Seoul service from late-July 2020

Published on 10.06.2020
Wizz Air S20 new routes addition as of 09JUN20

Published on 23.05.2020
Wizz Air suspends all Polish flights until June 6

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Passengers are not allowed to enter.
– This does not apply to family members of nationals of Hungary.
– This does not apply to family members of passengers with a permanent residence permit issued by Hungary.
– This does not apply to passengers with a “D” visa issued by Hungary.
– This does not apply to passengers with a signed and stamped letter issued by the Deputy-Chief Officer of the National Police.
– This does not apply to passengers traveling on business.
– This does not apply to passengers entering Hungary to transit by land to a third country. They must prove that they can enter the final destination, or prove that they can enter a neighboring country in order to reach their final destination.
– This does not apply to passengers with a medical certificate with a positive Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result of a test taken at most 6 months before arrival.

Forced isolation
Passengers are subject to medical screening and quarantine for 10 days. More details can be found at https://tinyurl.com/3w7padwk .

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Movement restrictions

National movement restrictions: Free

Restrictive measures mandatory between 18 May 2020 to TBD

free movements are allowed in the whole country

International movement restrictions: Banned

Restrictive measures mandatory between 01 September 2020 to TBD

starting from Sept. 1st not Hungarian citizen cannot enter to the country. For Hungarians, coming back from abroad, the 14 days quarantine is compulsory or 2x negative tests within 48 hours are necessary. (exceptions are for goods movement, diplomats, working necessity etc)

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Flight Restrictions

published 23.09.2020

Entry restrictions
Passengers are not allowed to enter.
– This does not apply to family members of nationals of Hungary.
– This does not apply to family members of passengers with a permanent residence permit issued by Hungary.
– This does not apply to passengers with a “D” visa issued by Hungary.
– This does not apply to passengers with a signed and stamped letter issued by the Deputy-Chief Officer of the National Police.
– This does not apply to passengers traveling on business.
– This does not apply to passengers transiting via Hungary to another country. They must be able to prove that they are allowed to enter the final destination, or prove that they can enter a neighboring country in order to reach their final destination.
– This does not apply to passengers arriving for cultural or sport events in Hungary with a personal invitation letter issued by the official organizer of the event or with a valid ticket for the event. They must have a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test result issued at most 3 days before arrival.

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Quarantine

Self-isolation at own accommodation.
The EU Digital COVID Certificate is equivalent to the immunity certificate recognised by Hungary. Persons presenting the EU Digital COVID Certificate can enter Hungary without restrictions.
Hungarian citizens are allowed to enter Hungary (no need for entry permit or PCR test) regardless of the purpose of stay, but they must go into isolation for 10 days, or until they can present two negative PCR tests performed two days apart. Non-Hungarian citizens can enter Hungary only in exceptional cases depending on the purpose of stay. The permit holders must go into isolation for 10 days, that can be shortened by performing 2x PCR tests in Hungary.
Regardless of the passenger’s citizenship, the restrictions do not apply to travellers: presenting a negative PRC result in English or in Hungarian, performed within 72 hours from the time of entry, in one of the following countries: EU or EU candidate states; OECD member states; NATO member states; Russia; China; United Arab Emirates; Bahrain; member states of The Cooperation Council of Turkic Speaking States. Travellers fulfilling one of the above mentioned criteria do not need any permission in order to enter Hungary, they do not need to go into isolation, and their length of stay is not limited.

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COVID-19 negative certification subject to special conditions.
The EU Digital COVID Certificate is equivalent to the immunity certificate recognised by Hungary. Persons presenting the EU Digital COVID Certificate can enter Hungary without restrictions.
Hungarian citizens are allowed to enter Hungary (no need for entry permit or PCR test) regardless of the purpose of stay, but they must go into isolation for 10 days, or until they can present two negative PCR tests performed two days apart.
Non-Hungarian travellers with an entry purpose listed below are allowed to enter Hungary if they hold an entry permit issued by the Hungarian Police. No prior PCR test is needed. The permit holders must go into isolation for 10 days, that can be shortened by performing 2x PCR tests in Hungary.
Regardless of the passenger’s citizenship, the restrictions do not apply to travellers: presenting a negative PRC result in English or in Hungarian, performed within 72 hours from the time of entry, in one of the following countries: EU or EU candidate states; OECD member states; NATO member states; Russia; China; United Arab Emirates; Bahrain; member states of The Cooperation Council of Turkic Speaking States. Travellers fulfilling one of the above mentioned criteria do not need any permission in order to enter Hungary, they do not need to go into isolation, and their length of stay is not limited.

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Vaccination
COVID-19 Total Vaccination date: 2021-09-26
COVID-19 Total Vaccination:
COVID-19 Daily Vaccination:
COVID-19 Vacc. (per 100 citizens, %):
COVID-19 Daily Vacc. (per 1 million citizens):

THIS COUNTRY IS READY TO CONNECT TO THE EU DIGITAL COVID CERTIFICATE GATEWAY
The EU Digital COVID Certificate (available as of 1 July 2021) provides proof that a person has either:
been vaccinated against COVID-19 (vaccine type and manufacturer, number of doses, date of vaccination);
received a negative test result, PCR or rapid antigen, with the name of the test, date and time of test, test centre and result (self-tests are not valid);
recovered from COVID-19 (positive PCR test result valid for 180 days).
When travelling, holders of the EU Digital COVID Certificate will have the same rights as citizens of the visited Member State who have been vaccinated, tested or recovered.

Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

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Shop and Events

Non-essential shops closure: Open

Restrictive measures mandatory between 18 May 2020 to TBD

health measures in place and mask on face in the shops and closed locations

Events stop: Partially banned

Restrictive measures mandatory between 18 June 2020 to TBD

events (also in closed locations) çan be organized up to a max. of 500 participants
family events (also in public locations) up to a max. of 200 participants

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Schools/Univercity closure

Schools/Univ. closure: Partially closed

Restrictive measures mandatory between 25 May 2020 to TBD

kindergarten and nurseries are open – University can be open if rector can permit it – social distancing and mask on face

Other

Other: open/confirmed

Restrictive measures mandatory between 16 June 2020 to TBD

end of the state of emergency

Full Restrictions

  • Hungary Latest News: Hungary, Moldova: Vaccinated individuals permitted to travel between countries without quarantine, COVID-19 test requirements (Schengen Visa Info, 01.06.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Hungary adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Hungary are not based on the common ‘EU Traffic Lights’ map.

    GENERAL EXEMPTION CATEGORIES

    Regardless of the passenger’s citizenship, the restrictions do not apply to travellers:

    • recovered from COVID-19 in the last 6 months from the date of entry;
    • holding a Hungarian immunity certificate and their accompanying minor children (only if they travel together);
    • holding an immunity certificate that is recognised by Hungary based on unilateral/bilateral agreements (see the list of these countries), and their accompanying minor children (only if they travel together);
    • arriving to Hungary through land borders from Croatia, Austria, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia, excluding the case of entry by civil aircraft;
    • crossing the border in relation to freight traffic;
    • crossing the border with a diplomatic passport, foreign service passport, service passport and seaman’s passport;
    • presenting a negative PRC result in English or in Hungarian, performed within 72 hours from the time of entry, in one of the following countries:
      • EU or EU candidate states;
      • OECD member states;
      • NATO member states;
      • Russia;
      • China;
      • United Arab Emirates;
      • Bahrain;
      • member states of The Cooperation Council of Turkic Speaking States.

    Travellers fulfilling one of the above mentioned criteria do not need any permission in order to enter Hungary, they do not need to go into isolation, and their length of stay is not limited.

    TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS BASED ON CITIZENSHIP AND PURPOSE OF STAY

    Special measures apply to travels not falling into the general exemption categories, based on their citizenship and purpose of their stay as follows.

    Hungarian citizens are allowed to enter Hungary (no need for entry permit or PCR test) regardless of the purpose of stay, but they must go into isolation for 10 days, or until they can present two negative PCR tests performed two days apart.

    Non-Hungarian citizens can enter Hungary only in exceptional cases depending on the purpose of stay.

    • The entry of non-Hungarian travellers not falling into the general exemption categories (see above), or the essential and special entry purpose categories (listed below) is currently not allowed. Tourism is considered as a non-essential purpose of entry.
    • Non-Hungarian travellers with an entry purpose listed below are allowed to enter Hungary if they hold an entry permit issued by the Hungarian Police. No prior PCR test is needed. The permit holders must go into isolation for 10 days, that can be shortened by performing 2x PCR tests in Hungary. These are:
      • attending a court hearing;
      • receiving medical treatment;
      • completing studies or exam obligations (certified by the education institution)
      • transport related work activities;
      • participating at a family event (wedding, funeral);
      • caregiving to a family member;
      • or any other, duly justified case that can be approved on equity bases.

    The entry permit can be received by submitting an online application on the Hungarian Police’s website: https://ugyintezes.police.hu/en/uj-ugy-inditasa/.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours, but they may not leave this lane. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

    Special privileges are granted for citizens and residents of specified countries, arriving from the country of citizenship to Hungary with the purpose of business or gainful activities.

    Further information on travelling to Hungary is available here visithungary – Entry rules in force in force and on the police.hu – General rules of border crossing.

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit:

    Non-Hungarian citizens arriving from abroad in passenger traffic may enter Hungary for the purpose of transiting if they subject themselves to medical examination on entry, and the medical examination does not establish the suspicion of COVID-19 infection.

    As additional pre-requisites for entry, non-Hungarian citizens arriving from other countries shall fulfil the conditions of entry prescribed in the Schengen Borders Code, credibly prove the purpose of their travel and ensure that they are allowed to enter the destination country (and, to that end, the next country en route to the destination country from Hungary).

    Citizens of neighbouring countries and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours.

    The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:
    Budapest Airport
    Humanitarian corridor
    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    GENERAL EXEMPTION CATEGORIES

    Regardless of the passenger’s citizenship, the restrictions do not apply to travellers:

    • recovered from COVID-19 in the last 6 months from the date of entry;
    • holding a Hungarian immunity certificate and their accompanying minor children (only if they travel together);
    • holding an immunity certificate that is recognised by Hungary based on unilateral/bilateral agreements (see the list of these countries), and their accompanying minor children (only if they travel together);
    • arriving to Hungary through land borders from Serbia, excluding the case of entry by civil aircraft;
    • crossing the border in relation to freight traffic;
    • crossing the border with a diplomatic passport, foreign service passport, service passport and seaman’s passport;
    • presenting a negative PRC result in English or in Hungarian, performed within 72 hours from the time of entry, in one of the following countries:
      • EU or EU candidate states;
      • OECD member states;
      • NATO member states;
      • Russia;
      • China;
      • United Arab Emirates;
      • Bahrain;
      • member states of The Cooperation Council of Turkic Speaking States.

    Travellers fulfilling one of the above mentioned criteria do not need any permission in order to enter Hungary, they do not need to go into isolation, and their length of stay is not limited.

    TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS BASED ON CITIZENSHIP AND PURPOSE OF STAY

    Special measures apply to travels not falling into the general exemption categories, based on their citizenship and purpose of their stay as follows.

    Hungarian citizens are allowed to enter Hungary (no need for entry permit or PCR test) regardless of the purpose of stay, but they must go into isolation for 10 days, or until they can present two negative PCR tests performed two days apart.

    Non-Hungarian citizens can enter Hungary only in exceptional cases depending on the purpose of stay.

    • The entry of non-Hungarian travellers not falling into the general exemption categories (see above), or the essential and special entry purpose categories (listed below) is currently not allowed. Tourism is considered as a non-essential purpose of entry.
    • Non-Hungarian travellers with an entry purpose listed below are allowed to enter Hungary if they hold an entry permit issued by the Hungarian Police. No prior PCR test is needed. The permit holders must go into isolation for 10 days, that can be shortened by performing 2x PCR tests in Hungary. These are:
      • attending a court hearing;
      • receiving medical treatment;
      • completing studies or exam obligations (certified by the education institution);
      • transport related work activities;
      • participating at a family event (wedding, funeral);
      • caregiving to a family member;
      • or any other, duly justified case that can be approved on equity bases.

    The entry permit can be received by submitting an online application on the Hungarian Police’s website: https://ugyintezes.police.hu/en/uj-ugy-inditasa/.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours, but they may not leave this lane. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

    Special privileges are granted for citizens and residents of specified countries, arriving from the country of citizenship to Hungary with the purpose of business or gainful activities.

    Further information on travelling to Hungary is available here visithungary – Entry rules in force in force and on the police.hu – General rules of border crossing.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Hungary: Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19.
    Curfews are no longer in place and all shops and service providers are able to open as normal. Those who have received their first vaccine dose are issued with an Immunity Certification from the Government.
    It is no longer mandatory to wear a face mask, except in hospitals and social institutions.
    There is no longer any requirement to produce an Immunity Certificate to enter restaurants, hotels and leisure facilities and attend cultural events with booked seating.
    Social distancing rules are no longer in force.
    For sporting, dance and other indoor events, as well as outdoor events with more than 500 people attendance, limits remain in force and entry is only allowed to holders of Immunity Certificates. Children aged under 18 may only attend if a holder of an Immunity Certificate or under the supervision of an adult holding an Immunity Certificate.
    Family and private gatherings are allowed up to 100 people, weddings may take place with up to 400 people, and there are no longer any limits for attending funerals. Visits to hospitals and social care facilities are allowed for all types of visitor, but it is mandatory to wear face masks. Visitors are banned from wards where coronavirus patients are cared for. Please check with the hospital for specific restrictions before visiting.
    Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions.
    The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website .

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    02.09.2021
  • Hungary Latest News: Hungary, Moldova: Vaccinated individuals permitted to travel between countries without quarantine, COVID-19 test requirements (Schengen Visa Info, 01.06.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Hungary adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Hungary are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Persons who hold a Hungarian immunity certificate or an immunity certificate issued by Serbia, Montenegro, Bahrein, Croatia, Turkey, North Macedonia, Czech Republic, Georgia, Mongolia, Republic of Moldova, Slovenia, Cyprus, Albania, Morocco, Slovakia and Ukraine are exempted from the restrictions on entry.

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

    Foreign nationals can enter Hungary only for the following reasons:

    • taking part in a Hungarian court procedure;
    • carrying out business or other activity justified by a letter of invitation issued by a central government body, an individual regulatory body, or an autonomous state body;
    • receiving health care service, certified by a document issued by the health care institution;
    • carrying out study or exam duty required by an educational institution, certified by a document issued by the educational institution;
    • taking part in cargo-related passenger traffic if the aim of the travel is either to get to the cargo transport’s point of departure, or to get home after carrying out such cargo transport duty, if certified by a document issued by the employer;
    • participation in family events (wedding, funeral, christening);
    • taking care of a relative;
    • taking part in an international sports, cultural or religious event of a special significance.

    Upon entry, foreign citizens are subject to mandatory 10-day quarantine from the date of entry. The quarantine can be shortened after negative result of two PCR tests performed in Hungary at two different times, with at least 48 hours between them. The first of the two tests can also be performed in one of the Schengen countries, the United States of America or Canada.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours, but they may not leave this lane. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit:

    Non-Hungarian citizens arriving from abroad in passenger traffic may enter Hungary for the purpose of transiting if they subject themselves to medical examination on entry, and the medical examination does not establish the suspicion of COVID-19 infection.

    As additional pre-requisites for entry, non-Hungarian citizens arriving from other countries shall fulfil the conditions of entry prescribed in the Schengen Borders Code, credibly prove the purpose of their travel and ensure that they are allowed to enter the destination country (and, to that end, the next country en route to the destination country from Hungary).

    Citizens of neighbouring countries and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours.

    The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:
    Budapest Airport
    Humanitarian corridor
    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Flights to and from the UK have been resumed, provided that travellers undergo a mandatory quarantine.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Hungary: Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19.
    Curfews are no longer in place and all shops and service providers are able to open as normal. Those who have received their first vaccine dose are issued with an Immunity Certification from the Government.
    It is no longer mandatory to wear a face mask, except in hospitals and social institutions.
    There is no longer any requirement to produce an Immunity Certificate to enter restaurants, hotels and leisure facilities and attend cultural events with booked seating.
    Social distancing rules are no longer in force.
    For sporting, dance and other indoor events, as well as outdoor events with more than 500 people attendance, limits remain in force and entry is only allowed to holders of Immunity Certificates. Children aged under 18 may only attend if a holder of an Immunity Certificate or under the supervision of an adult holding an Immunity Certificate.
    Family and private gatherings are allowed up to 100 people, weddings may take place with up to 400 people, and there are no longer any limits for attending funerals. Visits to hospitals and social care facilities are allowed for all types of visitor, but it is mandatory to wear face masks. Visitors are banned from wards where coronavirus patients are cared for. Please check with the hospital for specific restrictions before visiting.
    Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions.
    The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website .

    Read more
    03.08.2021
  • Hungary Hungary has opened its borders for vaccinated Russian nationals, the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Péter Szijjártó, announced.

    Following these changes, travellers from Russia can enter the country by providing a valid COVID-19 immunity certificate, SchengenVisaInfo.com reports.

    This relaxation in entry restriction responds to Russia’s recent decision to start issuing again tourist and business visas to Hungarian citizens who can present a negative PCR test for Coronavirus.

    “Hungary has always been a popular destination for Russians, and the fact that vaccinated Russian tourists can visit Hungary again will help the sector immensely,” Minister Szijjártó said.

    He also said that this decision was made on reciprocity and intends to help the country’s tourism sector, significantly affected by the Coronavirus situation.

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    29.07.2021
  • Hungary Latest News: Hungary, Moldova: Vaccinated individuals permitted to travel between countries without quarantine, COVID-19 test requirements (Schengen Visa Info, 01.06.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Hungary adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Hungary are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Persons who hold a Hungarian immunity certificate or an immunity certificate issued by Serbia, Montenegro, Bahrein, Croatia, Turkey, North Macedonia, Czech Republic, Georgia, Mongolia, Republic of Moldova, Slovenia, Cyprus, Albania, Morocco, Slovakia and Ukraine are exempted from the restrictions on entry.

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

    Foreign nationals can enter Hungary only for the following reasons:

    • taking part in a Hungarian court procedure;
    • carrying out business or other activity justified by a letter of invitation issued by a central government body, an individual regulatory body, or an autonomous state body;
    • receiving health care service, certified by a document issued by the health care institution;
    • carrying out study or exam duty required by an educational institution, certified by a document issued by the educational institution;
    • taking part in cargo-related passenger traffic if the aim of the travel is either to get to the cargo transport’s point of departure, or to get home after carrying out such cargo transport duty, if certified by a document issued by the employer;
    • participation in family events (wedding, funeral, christening);
    • taking care of a relative;
    • taking part in an international sports, cultural or religious event of a special significance.

    Upon entry, foreign citizens are subject to mandatory 10-day quarantine from the date of entry. The quarantine can be shortened after negative result of two PCR tests performed in Hungary at two different times, with at least 48 hours between them. The first of the two tests can also be performed in one of the Schengen countries, the United States of America or Canada.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours, but they may not leave this lane. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit:

    Non-Hungarian citizens arriving from abroad in passenger traffic may enter Hungary for the purpose of transiting if they subject themselves to medical examination on entry, and the medical examination does not establish the suspicion of COVID-19 infection.

    As additional pre-requisites for entry, non-Hungarian citizens arriving from other countries shall fulfil the conditions of entry prescribed in the Schengen Borders Code, credibly prove the purpose of their travel and ensure that they are allowed to enter the destination country (and, to that end, the next country en route to the destination country from Hungary).

    Citizens of neighbouring countries and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours.

    The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:
    Budapest Airport
    Humanitarian corridor
    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Flights to and from the UK have been resumed, provided that travellers undergo a mandatory quarantine.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Hungary: Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19.
    Curfews are no longer in place and all shops and service providers are able to open as normal. Those who have received their first vaccine dose are issued with an Immunity Certification from the Government.
    It is no longer mandatory to wear a face mask, except in hospitals and social institutions.
    There is no longer any requirement to produce an Immunity Certificate to enter restaurants, hotels and leisure facilities and attend cultural events with booked seating.
    Social distancing rules are no longer in force.
    For sporting, dance and other indoor events, as well as outdoor events with more than 500 people attendance, limits remain in force and entry is only allowed to holders of Immunity Certificates. Children aged under 18 may only attend if a holder of an Immunity Certificate or under the supervision of an adult holding an Immunity Certificate.
    Family and private gatherings are allowed up to 100 people, weddings may take place with up to 400 people, and there are no longer any limits for attending funerals. Visits to hospitals and social care facilities are allowed for all types of visitor, but it is mandatory to wear face masks. Visitors are banned from wards where coronavirus patients are cared for. Please check with the hospital for specific restrictions before visiting.
    Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions.
    The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website .

    Read more
    14.07.2021
  • Hungary Latest News: Hungary, Moldova: Vaccinated individuals permitted to travel between countries without quarantine, COVID-19 test requirements (Schengen Visa Info, 01.06.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Hungary adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Hungary are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Persons who hold a Hungarian immunity certificate or an immunity certificate issued by Serbia, Montenegro, Bahrein, Croatia, Turkey, North Macedonia, Czech Republic, Georgia, Mongolia, Republic of Moldova, Slovenia, Cyprus, Albania, Morocco, Slovakia and Ukraine are exempted from the restrictions on entry.

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

    Foreign nationals can enter Hungary only for the following reasons:

    • taking part in a Hungarian court procedure;
    • carrying out business or other activity justified by a letter of invitation issued by a central government body, an individual regulatory body, or an autonomous state body;
    • receiving health care service, certified by a document issued by the health care institution;
    • carrying out study or exam duty required by an educational institution, certified by a document issued by the educational institution;
    • taking part in cargo-related passenger traffic if the aim of the travel is either to get to the cargo transport’s point of departure, or to get home after carrying out such cargo transport duty, if certified by a document issued by the employer;
    • participation in family events (wedding, funeral, christening);
    • taking care of a relative;
    • taking part in an international sports, cultural or religious event of a special significance.

    Upon entry, foreign citizens are subject to mandatory 10-day quarantine from the date of entry. The quarantine can be shortened after negative result of two PCR tests performed in Hungary at two different times, with at least 48 hours between them. The first of the two tests can also be performed in one of the Schengen countries, the United States of America or Canada.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours, but they may not leave this lane. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit:

    Non-Hungarian citizens arriving from abroad in passenger traffic may enter Hungary for the purpose of transiting if they subject themselves to medical examination on entry, and the medical examination does not establish the suspicion of COVID-19 infection.

    As additional pre-requisites for entry, non-Hungarian citizens arriving from other countries shall fulfil the conditions of entry prescribed in the Schengen Borders Code, credibly prove the purpose of their travel and ensure that they are allowed to enter the destination country (and, to that end, the next country en route to the destination country from Hungary).

    Citizens of neighbouring countries and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours.

    The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:
    Budapest Airport
    Humanitarian corridor
    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Flights to and from the UK have been resumed, provided that travellers undergo a mandatory quarantine.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Hungary: Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19.
    Curfews are no longer in place and all shops and service providers are able to open as normal. Those who have received their first vaccine dose are issued with an Immunity Certification from the Government.
    It is no longer mandatory to wear a face mask, except in hospitals and social institutions.
    There is no longer any requirement to produce an Immunity Certificate to enter restaurants, hotels and leisure facilities and attend cultural events with booked seating.
    Social distancing rules are no longer in force.
    For sporting, dance and other indoor events, as well as outdoor events with more than 500 people attendance, limits remain in force and entry is only allowed to holders of Immunity Certificates. Children aged under 18 may only attend if a holder of an Immunity Certificate or under the supervision of an adult holding an Immunity Certificate.
    Family and private gatherings are allowed up to 100 people, weddings may take place with up to 400 people, and there are no longer any limits for attending funerals. Visits to hospitals and social care facilities are allowed for all types of visitor, but it is mandatory to wear face masks. Visitors are banned from wards where coronavirus patients are cared for. Please check with the hospital for specific restrictions before visiting.
    Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions.
    The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website .

    Read more
    06.07.2021
  • Hungary Latest News: Hungary, Moldova: Vaccinated individuals permitted to travel between countries without quarantine, COVID-19 test requirements (Schengen Visa Info, 01.06.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Hungary adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Hungary are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Persons who hold a Hungarian immunity certificate or an immunity certificate issued by Serbia, Montenegro, Bahrein, Croatia, Turkey, North Macedonia, Czech Republic, Georgia, Mongolia, Republic of Moldova, Slovenia, Cyprus, Albania, Morocco, Slovakia and Ukraine are exempted from the restrictions on entry.

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

    Foreign nationals can enter Hungary only for the following reasons:

    • taking part in a Hungarian court procedure;
    • carrying out business or other activity justified by a letter of invitation issued by a central government body, an individual regulatory body, or an autonomous state body;
    • receiving health care service, certified by a document issued by the health care institution;
    • carrying out study or exam duty required by an educational institution, certified by a document issued by the educational institution;
    • taking part in cargo-related passenger traffic if the aim of the travel is either to get to the cargo transport’s point of departure, or to get home after carrying out such cargo transport duty, if certified by a document issued by the employer;
    • participation in family events (wedding, funeral, christening);
    • taking care of a relative;
    • taking part in an international sports-, cultural or religious event of a special significance.

    Upon entry, foreign citizens are subject to mandatory 10-day quarantine from the date of entry. The quarantine can be shortened after negative result of two PCR tests performed in Hungary at two different times, with at least 48 hours between them. The first of the two tests can also be performed in one of the Schengen countries, the United States of America or Canada.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours, but they may not leave this lane. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit:

    Non-Hungarian citizens arriving from abroad in passenger traffic may enter Hungary for the purpose of transiting if they subject themselves to medical examination on entry, and the medical examination does not establish the suspicion of COVID-19 infection.

    As additional pre-requisites for entry, non-Hungarian citizens arriving from other countries shall fulfil the conditions of entry prescribed in the Schengen Borders Code, credibly prove the purpose of their travel and ensure that they are allowed to enter the destination country (and, to that end, the next country en route to the destination country from Hungary).

    Citizens of neighbouring countries and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours.

    The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:
    Budapest Airport
    Humanitarian corridor
    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Flights to and from the UK have been resumed, provided that travellers undergo a mandatory quarantine.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Hungary: Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19.
    Curfews are no longer in place and all shops and service providers are able to open as normal. Those who have received their first vaccine dose are issued with an Immunity Certification from the Government.
    It is no longer mandatory to wear a face mask, except in hospitals and social institutions.
    There is no longer any requirement to produce an Immunity Certificate to enter restaurants, hotels and leisure facilities and attend cultural events with booked seating.
    Social distancing rules are no longer in force.
    For sporting, dance and other indoor events, as well as outdoor events with more than 500 people attendance, limits remain in force and entry is only allowed to holders of Immunity Certificates. Children aged under 18 may only attend if a holder of an Immunity Certificate or under the supervision of an adult holding an Immunity Certificate.
    Family and private gatherings are allowed up to 100 people, weddings may take place with up to 400 people, and there are no longer any limits for attending funerals. Visits to hospitals and social care facilities are allowed for all types of visitor, but it is mandatory to wear face masks. Visitors are banned from wards where coronavirus patients are cared for. Please check with the hospital for specific restrictions before visiting.
    Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions.
    The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website .

    Read more
    05.07.2021
  • Hungary Latest News: Hungary, Moldova: Vaccinated individuals permitted to travel between countries without quarantine, COVID-19 test requirements (Schengen Visa Info, 01.06.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Hungary adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Hungary are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Persons who hold a Hungarian immunity certificate or an immunity certificate issued by Serbia, Montenegro, Bahrein, Croatia, Turkey, North Macedonia, Czech Republic, Georgia, Mongolia, Republic of Moldova or Slovenia are exempted from the restrictions on entry.

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

    Foreign nationals can enter Hungary only for the following reasons:

    • taking part in a Hungarian court procedure;
    • carrying out business or other activity justified by a letter of invitation issued by a central government body, an individual regulatory body, or an autonomous state body;
    • receiving health care service, certified by a document issued by the health care institution;
    • carrying out study or exam duty required by an educational institution, certified by a document issued by the educational institution;
    • taking part in cargo-related passenger traffic if the aim of the travel is either to get to the cargo transport’s point of departure, or to get home after carrying out such cargo transport duty, if certified by a document issued by the employer;
    • participation in family events (wedding, funeral, christening);
    • taking care of a relative;
    • taking part in an international sports-, cultural or religious event of a special significance.

    Upon entry, foreign citizens are subject to mandatory 10-day quarantine from the date of entry. The quarantine can be shortened after negative result of two PCR tests performed in Hungary at two different times, with at least 48 hours between them. The first of the two tests can also be performed in one of the Schengen countries, the United States of America or Canada.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours, but they may not leave this lane. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

     

     

    Find out more:
    Consular Services (Hungarian)
    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit:

    Non-Hungarian citizens arriving from abroad in passenger traffic may enter Hungary for the purpose of transiting if they subject themselves to medical examination on entry, and the medical examination does not establish the suspicion of COVID-19 infection.

    As additional pre-requisites for entry, non-Hungarian citizens arriving from other countries shall fulfil the conditions of entry prescribed in the Schengen Borders Code, credibly prove the purpose of their travel and ensure that they are allowed to enter the destination country (and, to that end, the next country en route to the destination country from Hungary).

    Citizens of neighbouring countries and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours.

    The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:
    Budapest Airport
    Humanitarian corridor
    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Flights to and from the UK have been resumed, provided that travellers undergo a mandatory quarantine.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Hungary: Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19.
    Curfews are no longer in place. Shops and service providers are able now open as normal. The Government is asking that people maintain a distance of one and a half meters in the shopping malls and face masks are mandatory. (Be aware, individual store policies may vary).
    People who have received their first vaccine dose are issued with an Immunity Certification from the Government.
    The terraces and gardens of restaurants are open for everyone. Mask ¬wearing for guests is not mandatory. Indoor areas of restaurants are only open to Immunity Certificate holders and their children under 18. Use of indoor toilet facilities within a restaurant by those with no Immunity Certificate is permitted whilst wearing a mask.
    Only Immunity Certificate holding adults may visit leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, cinemas, gyms and indoor swimming pools). 16 to 18-year-olds can go to cinemas and theatres without adults if they have Immunity Certificates. Mask wearing is not mandatory. Adult Immunity Certificate holders and their under 18 children can also attend sport and cultural events, where they are not required to wear a mask. Clubs and music venues can only be visited by people with Immunity Certificates. Group outdoor exercises are allowed.
    Hotels are open to Immunity Certificate holders, their under 18 children and to business travellers. Open air events up to 500 people may be held. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to 50 people. Weddings may take place with up to 200 people. Previous limits on the number of people attending funerals are no longer in effect. It is mandatory to wear a face mask on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices (i. e. places where Immunity Certificates are not required). However, it is no longer mandatory to wear face masks at train and bus stations and stops. Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine.
    Visits to hospitals and social care facilities are allowed. However, a patient may only be visited by one person a day, for a maximum of 60 minutes, and the visitor must have an Immunity Certificate. Visitors are banned from wards where coronavirus patients are cared for. Please check with the hospital for specific restrictions before visiting.
    Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions.
    The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website.

    Read more
    29.06.2021
  • Hungary 1. Passengers are not allowed to enter. – This does not apply to: – nationals of Hungary and their family members; – passengers with a permanent residence permit issued by Hungary,
    and their family members; – passengers with a residence permit issued by Hungary with a validity longer than 90 days; – passengers with a “D” visa issued by Hungary; – passengers
    entering Hungary to transit by land to a third country. They must prove that they can enter the final destination, or prove that they can enter a neighboring country in order to
    reach their final destination; – passengers traveling on business; – passengers with a signed and stamped letter issued by the Deputy-Chief Officer of the National Police; –
    passengers with a positive COVID-19 test taken at most 6 months before arrival. They must also have a recovery certificate; – passengers with an immunity COVID-19 certificate
    issued by Albania, Bahrain, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Georgia, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Moldova (Rep.), Mongolia, Montenegro, Morocco, North Macedonia (Rep.), Romania, Serbia,
    Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey or Ukraine, and minors under 18 years in their company; – until 11 July 2021, passengers with a ticket for the EURO 2021 on paper or electronically. They
    must have a printed negative COVID-19 PCR test result issued in English or Hungarian at most 72 hours before arrival.

    2. Passengers could be subject to medical screening.

    3. Passengers could be subject to quarantine for 10 days. More details can be found at https://tinyurl.com/3w7padwk

    4. Airline crew are subject to medical screening and quarantine until their next scheduled flight.

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    23.06.2021
  • Hungary Latest News: Government to permit quarantine-free travel between Hungary and Serbia and Montenegro for holders of COVID-19 immunity cards; will allow access to hotels, other venues for vaccinated individuals from 2 May (AP, 30.04.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Hungary adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Hungary are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Hungary has closed its border to all foreign nationals for an indefinite period due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Only Hungarian nationals, non-Hungarian nationals who are permanently resident in Hungary or non-Hungarian nationals who have permission to remain longer than 90 days, are allowed entry into the country.

    Foreign nationals can enter Hungary only for the following reasons:

    • taking part in a Hungarian court procedure;
    • carrying out business or other activity justified by a letter of invitation issued by a central government body, an individual regulatory body, or an autonomous state body;
    • receiving health care service, certified by a document issued by the health care institution;
    • carrying out study or exam duty required by an educational institution, certified by a document issued by the educational institution;
    • taking part in cargo-related passenger traffic if the aim of the travel is either to get to the cargo transport’s point of departure, or to get home after carrying out such cargo transport duty, if certified by a document issued by the employer;
    • participation in family events (wedding, funeral, christening);
    • taking care of a relative;
    • taking part in an international sports-, cultural or religious event of a special significance.

    Upon entry, individuals must agree to undergo a medical examination (temperature check). In case a suspicion of COVID-19 infection arises during the health examination, the individual will be refused entry.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours, but they may not leave this lane. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    All travellers must complete a 10-day mandatory quarantine.

    If the person has no place of residency in Hungary, they must enter a government-designated place of quarantine.
    Hungarian citizens returning from abroad are required to quarantine unless they undergo a double testing procedure.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    The quarantine period may be shortened by taking a PCR test no less than 5 days after arrival, followed by a second PCR test no less than 48 hours after the first one. If the result of these tests is negative, the period of quarantine can end.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Foreign nationals wishing to enter Hungary for the reasons listed above must apply for an exemption at https://ugyintezes.police.hu/en/home.
    The form, which should be completed in advance of travelling, is available in English or Hungarian.

     

    Find out more:
    Consular Services (Hungarian)
    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    Additionally, for Hungary, the following rules apply:

    Non-Hungarian citizens arriving from abroad in passenger traffic may enter Hungary for the purpose of transiting if they subject themselves to medical examination on entry, and the medical examination does not establish the suspicion of COVID-19 infection.

    As additional pre-requisites for entry, non-Hungarian citizens arriving from other countries shall fulfil the conditions of entry prescribed in the Schengen Borders Code, credibly prove the purpose of their travel and ensure that they are allowed to enter the destination country (and, to that end, the next country en route to the destination country from Hungary).

    Citizens of neighbouring countries and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours.

    The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:
    Budapest Airport
    Humanitarian corridor
    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Flights to and from the UK have been resumed, provided that travellers undergo a mandatory quarantine.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Hungary: Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19. Hungary introduced a number of COVID-19 related restrictions. Many are expected to be lifted when 5 million people have been vaccinated (at least by the first vaccine). That is anticipated to be around 24 May. There is a nationwide curfew between midnight and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Please monitor local media for further announcements. Shops and service providers (e.g. hairdressers) can open during the day but must close between 11:00pm to 5am to comply with curfew requirements. Stores must limit their traffic to one customer for every ten square metres.
    The terraces and gardens of restaurants are open for everyone. Mask wearing for guests is not mandatory. Indoor areas of restaurants are only open to Immunity Certificate holders and their children under 18.
    Only Immunity Certificate holders may visit leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, cinemas, gyms and indoor swimming pools). Immunity Certificate holders and their under 18 children can also attend sport and cultural events until 11 pm, where they are not required to wear a mask.
    Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed where the minimum 1.5m distance can be maintained.
    Hotels are open to Immunity Certificate holders, their under 18 children and to business travellers. Mass gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals.
    It is mandatory to wear a face mask in public settings, including outdoors, on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices (i. e. places where not only Immunity Certificate holders are allowed to be). Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine.
    As of 23 May, street parking in toll parking zones and night parking in commercial parking facilities located in residential areas will no longer be free of charge.
    From 24 May visits to hospitals and social care facilities will be allowed. However, A patient may only be visited by one person a day, for a maximum of 60 minutes, and the visitor must have an Immunity Certificate. Visitors are banned from wards where coronavirus patients are cared for.
    Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions.
    The full details are set out on theHungarian government website.

    Read more
    22.05.2021
  • Hungary Latest News: Government to permit quarantine-free travel between Hungary and Serbia and Montenegro for holders of COVID-19 immunity cards; will allow access to hotels, other venues for vaccinated individuals from 2 May (AP, 30.04.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Hungary adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Hungary are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Hungary has closed its border to all foreign nationals for an indefinite period due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Only Hungarian nationals, non-Hungarian nationals who are permanently resident in Hungary or non-Hungarian nationals who have permission to remain longer than 90 days, are allowed entry into the country.

    Foreign nationals can enter Hungary only for the following reasons:

    • taking part in a Hungarian court procedure;
    • carrying out business or other activity justified by a letter of invitation issued by a central government body, an individual regulatory body, or an autonomous state body;
    • receiving health care service, certified by a document issued by the health care institution;
    • carrying out study or exam duty required by an educational institution, certified by a document issued by the educational institution;
    • taking part in cargo-related passenger traffic if the aim of the travel is either to get to the cargo transport’s point of departure, or to get home after carrying out such cargo transport duty, if certified by a document issued by the employer;
    • participation in family events (wedding, funeral, christening);
    • taking care of a relative;
    • taking part in an international sports-, cultural or religious event of a special significance.

    Upon entry, individuals must agree to undergo a medical examination (temperature check). In case a suspicion of COVID-19 infection arises during the health examination, the individual will be refused entry.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours, but they may not leave this lane. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    All travellers must complete a 10-day mandatory quarantine.

    If the person has no place of residency in Hungary, they must enter a government-designated place of quarantine.
    Hungarian citizens returning from abroad are required to quarantine unless they undergo a double testing procedure.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    The quarantine period may be shortened by taking a PCR test no less than 5 days after arrival, followed by a second PCR test no less than 48 hours after the first one. If the result of these tests is negative, the period of quarantine can end.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Foreign nationals wishing to enter Hungary for the reasons listed above must apply for an exemption at https://ugyintezes.police.hu/en/home.
    The form, which should be completed in advance of travelling, is available in English or Hungarian.

     

    Find out more:
    Consular Services (Hungarian)
    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    Additionally, for Hungary, the following rules apply:

    Non-Hungarian citizens arriving from abroad in passenger traffic may enter Hungary for the purpose of transiting if they subject themselves to medical examination on entry, and the medical examination does not establish the suspicion of COVID-19 infection.

    As additional pre-requisites for entry, non-Hungarian citizens arriving from other countries shall fulfil the conditions of entry prescribed in the Schengen Borders Code, credibly prove the purpose of their travel and ensure that they are allowed to enter the destination country (and, to that end, the next country en route to the destination country from Hungary).

    Citizens of neighbouring countries and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours.

    The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:
    Budapest Airport
    Humanitarian corridor
    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Flights to and from the UK have been resumed, provided that travellers undergo a mandatory quarantine.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Hungary: Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19. There is a nationwide curfew between midnight and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Please monitor local media for further announcements.
    Shops and service providers (e.g. hairdressers) can open during the day but must close between 11:00pm to 5am to comply with curfew requirements. Stores must limit their traffic to one customer for every ten square metres.
    The terraces and gardens of restaurants are open for everyone. Mask wearing for guests is not mandatory. Indoor areas of restaurants are only open to Immunity Certificate holders and their children under 18.
    Only Immunity Certificate holders may visit leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, cinemas, gyms and indoor swimming pools). Immunity Certificate holders and their under 18 children can also attend sport and cultural events until 11 pm, where they are not required to wear a mask.
    Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed where the minimum 1.5m distance can be maintained.
    Hotels are open to Immunity Certificate holders, their under 18 children and to business travellers. Mass gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals.
    It is mandatory to wear a face mask in public settings, including outdoors, on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices (i. e. places where not only Immunity Certificate holders are allowed to be). Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine.
    Visitors to hospitals and social care facilities are banned. Some education settings including high schools are closed until 10 May, with lessons conducted online.
    Street parking is free of charge nationwide, to reduce crowds on public transport. Parking is also free of charge between 7pm and 7am in commercial parking facilities located in residential areas. Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions. The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website.

    Read more
    05.05.2021
  • Hungary Latest News: Government to permit quarantine-free travel between Hungary and Serbia and Montenegro for holders of COVID-19 immunity cards; will allow access to hotels, other venues for vaccinated individuals from 2 May (AP, 30.04.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Hungary adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Hungary are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Hungary has closed its border to all foreign nationals for an indefinite period due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Only Hungarian nationals, non-Hungarian nationals who are permanently resident in Hungary or non-Hungarian nationals who have permission to remain longer than 90 days, are allowed entry into the country.

    Foreign nationals can enter Hungary only for the following reasons:

    • taking part in a Hungarian court procedure;
    • carrying out business or other activity justified by a letter of invitation issued by a central government body, an individual regulatory body, or an autonomous state body;
    • receiving health care service, certified by a document issued by the health care institution;
    • carrying out study or exam duty required by an educational institution, certified by a document issued by the educational institution;
    • taking part in cargo-related passenger traffic if the aim of the travel is either to get to the cargo transport’s point of departure, or to get home after carrying out such cargo transport duty, if certified by a document issued by the employer;
    • participation in family events (wedding, funeral, christening);
    • taking care of a relative;
    • taking part in an international sports-, cultural or religious event of a special significance.

    Upon entry, individuals must agree to undergo a medical examination (temperature check). In case a suspicion of COVID-19 infection arises during the health examination, the individual will be refused entry.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours, but they may not leave this lane. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    All travellers must complete a 10-day mandatory quarantine.

    If the person has no place of residency in Hungary, they must enter a government-designated place of quarantine.
    Hungarian citizens returning from abroad are required to quarantine unless they undergo a double testing procedure.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    The quarantine period may be shortened by taking a PCR test no less than 5 days after arrival, followed by a second PCR test no less than 48 hours after the first one. If the result of these tests is negative, the period of quarantine can end.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Foreign nationals wishing to enter Hungary for the reasons listed above must apply for an exemption at https://ugyintezes.police.hu/en/home.
    The form, which should be completed in advance of travelling, is available in English or Hungarian.

     

    Find out more:
    Consular Services (Hungarian)
    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    Additionally, for Hungary, the following rules apply:

    Non-Hungarian citizens arriving from abroad in passenger traffic may enter Hungary for the purpose of transiting if they subject themselves to medical examination on entry, and the medical examination does not establish the suspicion of COVID-19 infection.

    As additional pre-requisites for entry, non-Hungarian citizens arriving from other countries shall fulfil the conditions of entry prescribed in the Schengen Borders Code, credibly prove the purpose of their travel and ensure that they are allowed to enter the destination country (and, to that end, the next country en route to the destination country from Hungary).

    Citizens of neighbouring countries and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours.

    The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:
    Budapest Airport
    Humanitarian corridor
    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Flights to and from the UK have been resumed, provided that travellers undergo a mandatory quarantine.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Hungary: Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19.
    There is a nationwide curfew between midnight and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Please monitor local media for further announcements.
    Shops and service providers (e.g. hairdressers) can open during the day but must close between 11:00pm to 5am to comply with curfew requirements. Stores must limit their traffic to one customer for every ten square metres.
    The terraces and gardens of restaurants are open for everyone. Mask wearing for guests is not mandatory. Indoor areas of restaurants are only open to Immunity Certificate holders and their children under 18.
    Only Immunity Certificate holders may visit leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, cinemas, gyms and indoor swimming pools). Immunity Certificate holders and their under 18 children can also attend sport and cultural events until 11 pm, where they are not required to wear a mask.
    Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed where the minimum 1.5m distance can be maintained.
    Hotels are open to Immunity Certificate holders, their under 18 children and to business travellers. Mass gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals.
    It is mandatory to wear a face mask in public settings, including outdoors, on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices (i. e. places where not only Immunity Certificate holders are allowed to be). Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine.
    Visitors to hospitals and social care facilities are banned. Some education settings including high schools are closed until 10 May, with lessons conducted online.
    Street parking is free of charge nationwide, to reduce crowds on public transport.
    Parking is also free of charge between 7pm and 7am in commercial parking facilities located in residential areas.
    Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions.
    The full details are set out on theHungarian government website.

    Read more
    01.05.2021
  • Hungary Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Hungary adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Hungary are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Hungary has closed its border to all foreign nationals for an indefinite period due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Only Hungarian nationals, non-Hungarian nationals who are permanently resident in Hungary or non-Hungarian nationals who have permission to remain longer than 90 days, are allowed entry into the country.

    Foreign nationals can enter Hungary only for the following reasons:

    • taking part in a Hungarian court procedure;
    • carrying out business or other activity justified by a letter of invitation issued by a central government body, an individual regulatory body, or an autonomous state body;
    • receiving health care service, certified by a document issued by the health care institution;
    • carrying out study or exam duty required by an educational institution, certified by a document issued by the educational institution;
    • taking part in cargo-related passenger traffic if the aim of the travel is either to get to the cargo transport’s point of departure, or to get home after carrying out such cargo transport duty, if certified by a document issued by the employer;
    • participation in family events (wedding, funeral, christening);
    • taking care of a relative;
    • taking part in an international sports-, cultural or religious event of a special significance.

    Upon entry, individuals must agree to undergo a medical examination (temperature check). In case a suspicion of COVID-19 infection arises during the health examination, the individual will be refused entry.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours, but they may not leave this lane. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    All travellers must complete a 10-day mandatory quarantine.

    If the person has no place of residency in Hungary, they must enter a government-designated place of quarantine.
    Hungarian citizens returning from abroad are required to quarantine unless they undergo a double testing procedure.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    The quarantine period may be shortened by taking a PCR test no less than 5 days after arrival, followed by a second PCR test no less than 48 hours after the first one. If the result of these tests is negative, the period of quarantine can end.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Foreign nationals wishing to enter Hungary for the reasons listed above must apply for an exemption at https://ugyintezes.police.hu/en/home.
    The form, which should be completed in advance of travelling, is available in English or Hungarian.

     

    Find out more:
    Consular Services (Hungarian)
    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    Additionally, for Hungary, the following rules apply:

    Non-Hungarian citizens arriving from abroad in passenger traffic may enter Hungary for the purpose of transiting if they subject themselves to medical examination on entry, and the medical examination does not establish the suspicion of COVID-19 infection.

    As additional pre-requisites for entry, non-Hungarian citizens arriving from other countries shall fulfil the conditions of entry prescribed in the Schengen Borders Code, credibly prove the purpose of their travel and ensure that they are allowed to enter the destination country (and, to that end, the next country en route to the destination country from Hungary).

    Citizens of neighbouring countries and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours.

    The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:
    Budapest Airport
    Humanitarian corridor
    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Flights to and from the UK have been resumed, provided that travellers undergo a mandatory quarantine.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Hungary: Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19. There is a nationwide curfew between 11pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Please monitor local media for further announcements.
    Shops and service providers (e.g. hairdressers) can open during the day but must close between 9:30pm to 5am to comply with curfew requirements. Stores must limit their traffic to one customer for every ten square metres.
    The terraces and gardens of restaurants have reopened, but indoor areas remain closed. Mask wearing for guests is not mandatory. Leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, gyms and indoor swimming pools) remain closed. Professional sports events may only take place behind closed doors, while amateur team sports activities are banned. Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed where the minimum 1.5m distance can be maintained.
    Hotels may not receive tourists, only business travellers. Events and official gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals.
    It is mandatory to wear a face mask in public settings, including outdoors, on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices. Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine.
    Visitors to hospitals and social care facilities are banned. Most education settings are closed until 19 April at the earliest, with lessons conducted online. Street parking is free of charge nationwide, to reduce crowds on public transport. Parking is also free of charge between 7pm and 7am in commercial parking facilities located in residential areas. Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions. The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website.

    Read more
    29.04.2021
  • Hungary Latest News: Government orders closure of shops because of increase in COVID-19 cases (Reuters, 04.03.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Hungary adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Hungary are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Hungary has closed its border to all foreign nationals for an indefinite period due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Only Hungarian nationals, non-Hungarian nationals who are permanently resident in Hungary or non-Hungarian nationals who have permission to remain longer than 90 days, are allowed entry into the country.

    Foreign nationals can enter Hungary only for the following reasons:

    • taking part in a Hungarian court procedure;
    • carrying out business or other activity justified by a letter of invitation issued by a central government body, an individual regulatory body, or an autonomous state body;
    • receiving health care service, certified by a document issued by the health care institution;
    • carrying out study or exam duty required by an educational institution, certified by a document issued by the educational institution;
    • taking part in cargo-related passenger traffic if the aim of the travel is either to get to the cargo transport’s point of departure, or to get home after carrying out such cargo transport duty, if certified by a document issued by the employer;
    • participation in family events (wedding, funeral, christening);
    • taking care of a relative;
    • taking part in an international sports-, cultural or religious event of a special significance.

    Upon entry, individuals must agree to undergo a medical examination (temperature check). In case a suspicion of COVID-19 infection arises during the health examination, the individual will be refused entry.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours, but they may not leave this lane. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    All travellers must complete a 10-day mandatory quarantine.

    If the person has no place of residency in Hungary, they must enter a government-designated place of quarantine.
    Hungarian citizens returning from abroad are required to quarantine unless they undergo a double testing procedure.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    The quarantine period may be shortened by taking a PCR test no less than 5 days after arrival, followed by a second PCR test no less than 48 hours after the first one. If the result of these tests is negative, the period of quarantine can end.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Foreign nationals wishing to enter Hungary for the reasons listed above must apply for an exemption at https://ugyintezes.police.hu/en/home.
    The form, which should be completed in advance of travelling, is available in English or Hungarian.

     

    Find out more:
    Consular Services (Hungarian)
    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    Additionally, for Hungary, the following rules apply:

    Non-Hungarian citizens arriving from abroad in passenger traffic may enter Hungary for the purpose of transiting if they subject themselves to medical examination on entry, and the medical examination does not establish the suspicion of COVID-19 infection.

    As additional pre-requisites for entry, non-Hungarian citizens arriving from other countries shall fulfil the conditions of entry prescribed in the Schengen Borders Code, credibly prove the purpose of their travel and ensure that they are allowed to enter the destination country (and, to that end, the next country en route to the destination country from Hungary).

    Citizens of neighbouring countries and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours.

    The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:
    Budapest Airport
    Humanitarian corridor
    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Flights to and from the UK have been resumed, provided that travellers undergo a mandatory quarantine.

    Internal Restrictions:

    *Travel in Hungary: Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19. There is a nationwide curfew between 11pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Please monitor local media for further announcements.
    Shops and service providers (e.g. hairdressers) can open during the day but must close between 9:30pm to 5am to comply with curfew requirements. Stores must limit their traffic to one customer for every ten square metres.
    The terraces and gardens of restaurants have reopened, but indoor areas remain closed. Mask wearing for guests is not mandatory. Leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, gyms and indoor swimming pools) remain closed. Professional sports events may only take place behind closed doors, while amateur team sports activities are banned. Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed where the minimum 1.5m distance can be maintained.
    Hotels may not receive tourists, only business travellers. Events and official gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals.
    It is mandatory to wear a face mask in public settings, including outdoors, on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices. Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine.
    Visitors to hospitals and social care facilities are banned. Most education settings are closed until 19 April at the earliest, with lessons conducted online. Street parking is free of charge nationwide, to reduce crowds on public transport. Parking is also free of charge between 7pm and 7am in commercial parking facilities located in residential areas. Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions. The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website.

    Read more
    27.04.2021
  • Hungary Latest News: Government orders closure of shops because of increase in COVID-19 cases (Reuters, 04.03.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Hungary adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Hungary are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Hungary has closed its border to all foreign nationals for an indefinite period due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Only Hungarian nationals, non-Hungarian nationals who are permanently resident in Hungary or non-Hungarian nationals who have permission to remain longer than 90 days, are allowed entry into the country.

    Foreign nationals can enter Hungary only for the following reasons:

    • taking part in a Hungarian court procedure;
    • carrying out business or other activity justified by a letter of invitation issued by a central government body, an individual regulatory body, or an autonomous state body;
    • receiving health care service, certified by a document issued by the health care institution;
    • carrying out study or exam duty required by an educational institution, certified by a document issued by the educational institution;
    • taking part in cargo-related passenger traffic if the aim of the travel is either to get to the cargo transport’s point of departure, or to get home after carrying out such cargo transport duty, if certified by a document issued by the employer;
    • participation in family events (wedding, funeral, christening);
    • taking care of a relative;
    • taking part in an international sports-, cultural or religious event of a special significance.

    Upon entry, individuals must agree to undergo a medical examination (temperature check). In case a suspicion of COVID-19 infection arises during the health examination, the individual will be refused entry.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours, but they may not leave this lane. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    All travellers must complete a 10-day mandatory quarantine.

    If the person has no place of residency in Hungary, they must enter a government-designated place of quarantine.
    Hungarian citizens returning from abroad are required to quarantine unless they undergo a double testing procedure.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    The quarantine period may be shortened by taking a PCR test no less than 5 days after arrival, followed by a second PCR test no less than 48 hours after the first one. If the result of these tests is negative, the period of quarantine can end.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Foreign nationals wishing to enter Hungary for the reasons listed above must apply for an exemption at https://ugyintezes.police.hu/en/home.
    The form, which should be completed in advance of travelling, is available in English or Hungarian.

     

    Find out more:
    Consular Services (Hungarian)
    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    Additionally, for Hungary, the following rules apply:

    Non-Hungarian citizens arriving from abroad in passenger traffic may enter Hungary for the purpose of transiting if they subject themselves to medical examination on entry, and the medical examination does not establish the suspicion of COVID-19 infection.

    As additional pre-requisites for entry, non-Hungarian citizens arriving from other countries shall fulfil the conditions of entry prescribed in the Schengen Borders Code, credibly prove the purpose of their travel and ensure that they are allowed to enter the destination country (and, to that end, the next country en route to the destination country from Hungary).

    Citizens of neighbouring countries and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours.

    The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:
    Budapest Airport
    Humanitarian corridor
    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Flights to and from the UK have been resumed, provided that travellers undergo a mandatory quarantine.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Hungary: Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19. There is a nationwide curfew between 10pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Please monitor local media for further announcements.
    Shops and service providers (e.g. hairdressers) can open during the day but must close between 9:30pm to 5am to comply with curfew requirements. Stores must limit their traffic to one customer for every ten square metres.
    Leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, gyms and indoor swimming pools) and restaurants remain closed. Food take away and delivery is allowed. Professional sports events may only take place behind closed doors, while amateur team sports activities are banned. Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed where the minimum 1.5m distance can be maintained.
    Hotels may not receive tourists, only business travellers. Events and official gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals.
    It is mandatory to wear a face mask in public settings, including outdoors, on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices. Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine.
    Visitors to hospitals and social care facilities are banned. Most education settings are closed until 19 April at the earliest, with lessons conducted online.
    Street parking is free of charge nationwide, to reduce crowds on public transport. Parking is also free of charge between 7pm and 7am in commercial parking facilities located in residential areas. Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions. The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website.

    Read more
    26.04.2021
  • Hungary Latest News: Government orders closure of shops because of increase in COVID-19 cases (Reuters, 04.03.2021). Government will maintain COVID-19-related restrictions until 15 March (Reuters, 25.02.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Hungary adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Hungary are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Hungary has closed its border to all foreign nationals for an indefinite period due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Only Hungarian nationals, non-Hungarian nationals who are permanently resident in Hungary or non-Hungarian nationals who have permission to remain longer than 90 days, are allowed entry into the country.

    Foreign nationals can enter Hungary only for the following reasons:

    • taking part in a Hungarian court procedure;
    • carrying out business or other activity justified by a letter of invitation issued by a central government body, an individual regulatory body, or an autonomous state body;
    • receiving health care service, certified by a document issued by the health care institution;
    • carrying out study or exam duty required by an educational institution, certified by a document issued by the educational institution;
    • taking part in cargo-related passenger traffic if the aim of the travel is either to get to the cargo transport’s point of departure, or to get home after carrying out such cargo transport duty, if certified by a document issued by the employer;
    • participation in family events (wedding, funeral, christening);
    • taking care of a relative;
    • taking part in an international sports-, cultural or religious event of a special significance.

    Upon entry, individuals must agree to undergo a medical examination (temperature check). In case a suspicion of COVID-19 infection arises during the health examination, the individual will be refused entry.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours, but they may not leave this lane. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    All travellers must complete a 10-day mandatory quarantine.

    If the person has no place of residency in Hungary, they must enter a government-designated place of quarantine.
    Hungarian citizens returning from abroad are required to quarantine unless they undergo a double testing procedure.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    The quarantine period may be shortened by taking a PCR test no less than 5 days after arrival, followed by a second PCR test no less than 48 hours after the first one. If the result of these tests is negative, the period of quarantine can end.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Foreign nationals wishing to enter Hungary for the reasons listed above must apply for an exemption at https://ugyintezes.police.hu/en/home.
    The form, which should be completed in advance of travelling, is available in English or Hungarian.

     

    Find out more:
    Consular Services (Hungarian)
    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    Additionally, for Hungary, the following rules apply:

    Non-Hungarian citizens arriving from abroad in passenger traffic may enter Hungary for the purpose of transiting if they subject themselves to medical examination on entry, and the medical examination does not establish the suspicion of COVID-19 infection.

    As additional pre-requisites for entry, non-Hungarian citizens arriving from other countries shall fulfil the conditions of entry prescribed in the Schengen Borders Code, credibly prove the purpose of their travel and ensure that they are allowed to enter the destination country (and, to that end, the next country en route to the destination country from Hungary).

    Citizens of neighbouring countries and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours.

    The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:
    Budapest Airport
    Humanitarian corridor
    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Flights to and from the UK have been resumed, provided that travellers undergo a mandatory quarantine.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Hungary: Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19. There is a nationwide curfew between 10pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Please monitor local media for further announcements.
    Shops and service providers (e.g. hairdressers) can open during the day but must close between 9:30pm to 5am to comply with curfew requirements. Stores must limit their traffic to one customer for every ten square metres.
    Leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, gyms and indoor swimming pools) and restaurants remain closed. Food take away and delivery is allowed. Professional sports events may only take place behind closed doors, while amateur team sports activities are banned. Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed where the minimum 1.5m distance can be maintained.
    Hotels may not receive tourists, only business travellers. Events and official gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals.
    It is mandatory to wear a face mask in public settings, including outdoors, on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices. Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine.
    Visitors to hospitals and social care facilities are banned. Most education settings are closed until 19 April at the earliest, with lessons conducted online.
    Street parking is free of charge nationwide, to reduce crowds on public transport. Parking is also free of charge between 7pm and 7am in commercial parking facilities located in residential areas. Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions. The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website.

    Read more
    16.04.2021
  • Hungary Latest News: Government orders closure of shops because of increase in COVID-19 cases (Reuters, 04.03.2021). Government will maintain COVID-19-related restrictions until 15 March (Reuters, 25.02.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Hungary adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Hungary are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Hungary has closed its border to all foreign nationals for an indefinite period due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Only Hungarian nationals, non-Hungarian nationals who are permanently resident in Hungary or non-Hungarian nationals who have permission to remain longer than 90 days, are allowed entry into the country.

    Foreign nationals can enter Hungary only for the following reasons:

    • taking part in a Hungarian court procedure;
    • carrying out business or other activity justified by a letter of invitation issued by a central government body, an individual regulatory body, or an autonomous state body;
    • receiving health care service, certified by a document issued by the health care institution;
    • carrying out study or exam duty required by an educational institution, certified by a document issued by the educational institution;
    • taking part in cargo-related passenger traffic if the aim of the travel is either to get to the cargo transport’s point of departure, or to get home after carrying out such cargo transport duty, if certified by a document issued by the employer;
    • participation in family events (wedding, funeral, christening);
    • taking care of a relative;
    • taking part in an international sports-, cultural or religious event of a special significance.

    Upon entry, individuals must agree to undergo a medical examination (temperature check). In case a suspicion of COVID-19 infection arises during the health examination, the individual will be refused entry.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours, but they may not leave this lane. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    All travellers must complete a 10-day mandatory quarantine.

    If the person has no place of residency in Hungary, they must enter a government-designated place of quarantine.
    Hungarian citizens returning from abroad are required to quarantine unless they undergo a double testing procedure.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    The quarantine period may be shortened by taking a PCR test no less than 5 days after arrival, followed by a second PCR test no less than 48 hours after the first one. If the result of these tests is negative, the period of quarantine can end.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Foreign nationals wishing to enter Hungary for the reasons listed above must apply for an exemption at https://ugyintezes.police.hu/en/home.
    The form, which should be completed in advance of travelling, is available in English or Hungarian.

     

    Find out more:
    Consular Services (Hungarian)
    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    Additionally, for Hungary, the following rules apply:

    Non-Hungarian citizens arriving from abroad in passenger traffic may enter Hungary for the purpose of transiting if they subject themselves to medical examination on entry, and the medical examination does not establish the suspicion of COVID-19 infection.

    As additional pre-requisites for entry, non-Hungarian citizens arriving from other countries shall fulfil the conditions of entry prescribed in the Schengen Borders Code, credibly prove the purpose of their travel and ensure that they are allowed to enter the destination country (and, to that end, the next country en route to the destination country from Hungary).

    Citizens of neighbouring countries and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours.

    The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:
    Budapest Airport
    Humanitarian corridor
    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Flights to and from the UK have been resumed, provided that travellers undergo a mandatory quarantine.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Hungary: Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19. There is a nationwide curfew between 10pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Please monitor local media for further announcements.
    Shops and service providers (e.g. hairdressers) can open during the day but must close between 9:30pm to 5am to comply with curfew requirements. Stores must limit their traffic to one customer for every ten square metres.
    Leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, gyms and indoor swimming pools) and restaurants remain closed. Food take away and delivery is allowed. Professional sports events may only take place behind closed doors, while amateur team sports activities are banned. Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed where the minimum 1.5m distance can be maintained.
    Hotels may not receive tourists, only business travellers. Events and official gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals.
    It is mandatory to wear a face mask in public settings, including outdoors, on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices. Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine.
    Visitors to hospitals and social care facilities are banned. Most education settings are closed until 19 April at the earliest, with lessons conducted online.
    Street parking is free of charge nationwide, to reduce crowds on public transport. Parking is also free of charge between 7pm and 7am in commercial parking facilities located in residential areas. Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions. The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website.

    Read more
    08.04.2021
  • Hungary Latest News: Government orders closure of shops because of increase in COVID-19 cases (Reuters, 04.03.2021). Government will maintain COVID-19-related restrictions until 15 March (Reuters, 25.02.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Hungary adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Hungary are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Hungary has closed its border to all foreign nationals for an indefinite period due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Only Hungarian nationals, non-Hungarian nationals who are permanently resident in Hungary or non-Hungarian nationals who have permission to remain longer than 90 days, are allowed entry into the country.

    Foreign nationals can enter Hungary only for the following reasons:

    • taking part in a Hungarian court procedure;
    • carrying out business or other activity justified by a letter of invitation issued by a central government body, an individual regulatory body, or an autonomous state body;
    • receiving health care service, certified by a document issued by the health care institution;
    • carrying out study or exam duty required by an educational institution, certified by a document issued by the educational institution;
    • taking part in cargo-related passenger traffic if the aim of the travel is either to get to the cargo transport’s point of departure, or to get home after carrying out such cargo transport duty, if certified by a document issued by the employer;
    • participation in family events (wedding, funeral, christening);
    • taking care of a relative;
    • taking part in an international sports-, cultural or religious event of a special significance.

    Upon entry, individuals must agree to undergo a medical examination (temperature check). In case a suspicion of COVID-19 infection arises during the health examination, the individual will be refused entry.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours, but they may not leave this lane. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    All travellers must complete a 10-day mandatory quarantine.

    If the person has no place of residency in Hungary, they must enter a government-designated place of quarantine.
    Hungarian citizens returning from abroad are required to quarantine unless they undergo a double testing procedure.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    The quarantine period may be shortened by taking a PCR test no less than 5 days after arrival, followed by a second PCR test no less than 48 hours after the first one. If the result of these tests is negative, the period of quarantine can end.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Foreign nationals wishing to enter Hungary for the reasons listed above must apply for an exemption at https://ugyintezes.police.hu/en/home.
    The form, which should be completed in advance of travelling, is available in English or Hungarian.

     

    Find out more:
    Consular Services (Hungarian)
    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    Additionally, for Hungary, the following rules apply:

    Non-Hungarian citizens arriving from abroad in passenger traffic may enter Hungary for the purpose of transiting if they subject themselves to medical examination on entry, and the medical examination does not establish the suspicion of COVID-19 infection.

    As additional pre-requisites for entry, non-Hungarian citizens arriving from other countries shall fulfil the conditions of entry prescribed in the Schengen Borders Code, credibly prove the purpose of their travel and ensure that they are allowed to enter the destination country (and, to that end, the next country en route to the destination country from Hungary).

    Citizens of neighbouring countries and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours.

    The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:
    Budapest Airport
    Humanitarian corridor
    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Flights to and from the UK have been resumed, provided that travellers undergo a mandatory quarantine.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Hungary: Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19. There is a nationwide curfew between 8pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Please monitor local media for further announcements.
    Non-essential shops and service providers are closed until 8 April at the earliest. Essential shops and service providers like supermarkets, pharmacies, drug stores, petrol stations and banks remain open but may have restricted opening hours to comply with curfew requirements.
    Leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, gyms and indoor swimming pools) and restaurants remain closed. Food take away and delivery is allowed. Professional sports events may only take place behind closed doors, while amateur team sports activities are banned. Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed where the minimum 1.5m distance can be maintained.
    Hotels may not receive tourists, only business travellers. Events and official gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals.
    It is mandatory to wear a face mask in public settings, including outdoors, on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices. Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine.
    Visitors to hospitals and social care facilities are banned. Most education settings are closed until 19 April at the earliest, with lessons conducted online.
    Street parking is free of charge nationwide, to reduce crowds on public transport. Parking is also free of charge between 7pm and 7am in commercial parking facilities located in residential areas. Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions. The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website.

    Read more
    01.04.2021
  • Hungary Latest News: Government orders closure of shops because of increase in COVID-19 cases (Reuters, 04.03.2021). Government will maintain COVID-19-related restrictions until 15 March (Reuters, 25.02.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Hungary adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Hungary are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Hungary has closed its border to all foreign nationals for an indefinite period due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Only Hungarian nationals, non-Hungarian nationals who are permanently resident in Hungary or non-Hungarian nationals who have permission to remain longer than 90 days, are allowed entry into the country.

    Foreign nationals can enter Hungary only for the following reasons:

    • taking part in a Hungarian court procedure;
    • carrying out business or other activity justified by a letter of invitation issued by a central government body, an individual regulatory body, or an autonomous state body;
    • receiving health care service, certified by a document issued by the health care institution;
    • carrying out study or exam duty required by an educational institution, certified by a document issued by the educational institution;
    • taking part in cargo-related passenger traffic if the aim of the travel is either to get to the cargo transport’s point of departure, or to get home after carrying out such cargo transport duty, if certified by a document issued by the employer;
    • participation in family events (wedding, funeral, christening);
    • taking care of a relative;
    • taking part in an international sports-, cultural or religious event of a special significance.

    Upon entry, individuals must agree to undergo a medical examination (temperature check). In case a suspicion of COVID-19 infection arises during the health examination, the individual will be refused entry.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours, but they may not leave this lane. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    All travellers must complete a 10-day mandatory quarantine.

    If the person has no place of residency in Hungary, they must enter a government-designated place of quarantine.
    Hungarian citizens returning from abroad are required to quarantine unless they undergo a double testing procedure.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    The quarantine period may be shortened by taking a PCR test no less than 5 days after arrival, followed by a second PCR test no less than 48 hours after the first one. If the result of these tests is negative, the period of quarantine can end.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Foreign nationals wishing to enter Hungary for the reasons listed above must apply for an exemption at https://ugyintezes.police.hu/en/home.
    The form, which should be completed in advance of travelling, is available in English or Hungarian.

     

    Find out more:
    Consular Services (Hungarian)
    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction. EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence. Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply. Additionally, for Hungary, the following rules apply: Non-Hungarian citizens arriving from abroad in passenger traffic may enter Hungary for the purpose of transiting if they subject themselves to medical examination on entry, and the medical examination does not establish the suspicion of COVID-19 infection. As additional pre-requisites for entry, non-Hungarian citizens arriving from other countries shall fulfil the conditions of entry prescribed in the Schengen Borders Code, credibly prove the purpose of their travel and ensure that they are allowed to enter the destination country (and, to that end, the next country en route to the destination country from Hungary). Citizens of neighbouring countries and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours. The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open. Find out more:Budapest Airport
    Humanitarian corridor
    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Flights to and from the UK have been resumed, provided that travellers undergo a mandatory quarantine.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Hungary: Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19. There is a nationwide curfew between 8pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Please monitor local media for further announcements.
    Non-essential shops and service providers are closed until 8 April at the earliest. Essential shops and service providers like supermarkets, pharmacies, drug stores, petrol stations and banks remain open but may have restricted opening hours to comply with curfew requirements.
    Leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, gyms and indoor swimming pools) and restaurants remain closed. Food take away and delivery is allowed. Professional sports events may only take place behind closed doors, while amateur team sports activities are banned. Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed where the minimum 1.5m distance can be maintained.
    Hotels may not receive tourists, only business travellers. Events and official gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals.
    It is mandatory to wear a face mask in public settings, including outdoors, on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices. Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine.
    Visitors to hospitals and social care facilities are banned. Most education settings are closed until 19 April at the earliest, with lessons conducted online.
    Street parking is free of charge nationwide, to reduce crowds on public transport. Parking is also free of charge between 7pm and 7am in commercial parking facilities located in residential areas. Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions. The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website.

    Read more
    31.03.2021
  • Hungary Latest News: Government orders closure of shops because of increase in COVID-19 cases (Reuters, 04.03.2021). Government will maintain COVID-19-related restrictions until 15 March (Reuters, 25.02.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Hungary adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Hungary are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Hungary has closed its border to all foreign nationals for an indefinite period due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Only Hungarian nationals, non-Hungarian nationals who are permanently resident in Hungary or non-Hungarian nationals who have permission to remain longer than 90 days, are allowed entry into the country.

    Foreign nationals can enter Hungary only for the following reasons:

    • taking part in a Hungarian court procedure;
    • carrying out business or other activity justified by a letter of invitation issued by a central government body, an individual regulatory body, or an autonomous state body;
    • receiving health care service, certified by a document issued by the health care institution;
    • carrying out study or exam duty required by an educational institution, certified by a document issued by the educational institution;
    • taking part in cargo-related passenger traffic if the aim of the travel is either to get to the cargo transport’s point of departure, or to get home after carrying out such cargo transport duty, if certified by a document issued by the employer;
    • participation in family events (wedding, funeral, christening);
    • taking care of a relative;
    • taking part in an international sports-, cultural or religious event of a special significance.

    Upon entry, individuals must agree to undergo a medical examination (temperature check). In case a suspicion of COVID-19 infection arises during the health examination, the individual will be refused entry.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours, but they may not leave this lane. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    All travellers must complete a 10-day mandatory quarantine.

    If the person has no place of residency in Hungary, they must enter a government-designated place of quarantine.
    Hungarian citizens returning from abroad are required to quarantine unless they undergo a double testing procedure.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    The quarantine period may be shortened by taking a PCR test no less than 5 days after arrival, followed by a second PCR test no less than 48 hours after the first one. If the result of these tests is negative, the period of quarantine can end.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Foreign nationals wishing to enter Hungary for the reasons listed above must apply for an exemption at https://ugyintezes.police.hu/en/home.
    The form, which should be completed in advance of travelling, is available in English or Hungarian.

     

    Find out more:
    Consular Services (Hungarian)
    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    Additionally, for Hungary, the following rules apply:

    Non-Hungarian citizens arriving from abroad in passenger traffic may enter Hungary for the purpose of transiting if they subject themselves to medical examination on entry, and the medical examination does not establish the suspicion of COVID-19 infection.

    As additional pre-requisites for entry, non-Hungarian citizens arriving from other countries shall fulfil the conditions of entry prescribed in the Schengen Borders Code, credibly prove the purpose of their travel and ensure that they are allowed to enter the destination country (and, to that end, the next country en route to the destination country from Hungary).

    Citizens of neighbouring countries and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours.

    The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:
    Budapest Airport
    Humanitarian corridor
    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Flights to and from the UK have been resumed, provided that travellers undergo a mandatory quarantine.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Hungary: Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19. There is a nationwide curfew between 8pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Please monitor local media for further announcements.
    Non-essential shops and service providers are closed until 8 April at the earliest. Essential shops and service providers like supermarkets, pharmacies, drug stores, petrol stations and banks remain open but may have restricted opening hours to comply with curfew requirements.
    Leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, gyms and indoor swimming pools) and restaurants remain closed. Food take away and delivery is allowed. Professional sports events may only take place behind closed doors, while amateur team sports activities are banned. Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed where the minimum 1.5m distance can be maintained.
    Hotels may not receive tourists, only business travellers. Events and official gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals.
    It is mandatory to wear a face mask in public settings, including outdoors, on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices. Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine.
    Visitors to hospitals and social care facilities are banned. Most education settings are closed until 19 April at the earliest, with lessons conducted online.
    Street parking is free of charge nationwide, to reduce crowds on public transport. Parking is also free of charge between 7pm and 7am in commercial parking facilities located in residential areas. Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions. The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website.

    Read more
    30.03.2021
  • Hungary Latest News: Government orders closure of shops because of increase in COVID-19 cases (Reuters, 04.03.2021). Government will maintain COVID-19-related restrictions until 15 March (Reuters, 25.02.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Hungary adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Hungary are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Hungary has closed its border to all foreign nationals for an indefinite period due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Only Hungarian nationals, non-Hungarian nationals who are permanently resident in Hungary or non-Hungarian nationals who have permission to remain longer than 90 days, are allowed entry into the country.

    Foreign nationals can enter Hungary only for the following reasons:

    • taking part in a Hungarian court procedure;
    • carrying out business or other activity justified by a letter of invitation issued by a central government body, an individual regulatory body, or an autonomous state body;
    • receiving health care service, certified by a document issued by the health care institution;
    • carrying out study or exam duty required by an educational institution, certified by a document issued by the educational institution;
    • taking part in cargo-related passenger traffic if the aim of the travel is either to get to the cargo transport’s point of departure, or to get home after carrying out such cargo transport duty, if certified by a document issued by the employer;
    • participation in family events (wedding, funeral, christening);
    • taking care of a relative;
    • taking part in an international sports-, cultural or religious event of a special significance.

    Upon entry, individuals must agree to undergo a medical examination (temperature check). In case a suspicion of COVID-19 infection arises during the health examination, the individual will be refused entry.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours, but they may not leave this lane. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    All travellers must complete a 10-day mandatory quarantine.

    If the person has no place of residency in Hungary, they must enter a government-designated place of quarantine.
    Hungarian citizens returning from abroad are required to quarantine unless they undergo a double testing procedure.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    The quarantine period may be shortened by taking a PCR test no less than 5 days after arrival, followed by a second PCR test no less than 48 hours after the first one. If the result of these tests is negative, the period of quarantine can end.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Foreign nationals wishing to enter Hungary for the reasons listed above must apply for an exemption at https://ugyintezes.police.hu/en/home.
    The form, which should be completed in advance of travelling, is available in English or Hungarian.

     

    Find out more:
    Consular Services (Hungarian)
    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    Additionally, for Hungary, the following rules apply:

    Non-Hungarian citizens arriving from abroad in passenger traffic may enter Hungary for the purpose of transiting if they subject themselves to medical examination on entry, and the medical examination does not establish the suspicion of COVID-19 infection.

    As additional pre-requisites for entry, non-Hungarian citizens arriving from other countries shall fulfil the conditions of entry prescribed in the Schengen Borders Code, credibly prove the purpose of their travel and ensure that they are allowed to enter the destination country (and, to that end, the next country en route to the destination country from Hungary).

    Citizens of neighbouring countries and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours.

    The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:
    Budapest Airport
    Humanitarian corridor
    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Flights to and from the UK have been resumed, provided that travellers undergo a mandatory quarantine.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Hungary: Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19. There is a nationwide curfew between 8pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Please monitor local media for further announcements.
    Non-essential shops and service providers are closed between 8 and 22 March. Essential shops and service providers like supermarkets, pharmacies, drug stores, petrol stations and banks can remain open but may have restricted opening hours to comply with curfew requirements. Leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, gyms and indoor swimming pools) and restaurants remain closed. Food take away and delivery is allowed. Professional sports events may only take place behind closed doors, while amateur team sports activities are banned. Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed where the minimum 1.5m distance can be maintained.
    Hotels may not receive tourists, only business travellers. Events and official gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals. It is mandatory to wear a face mask in public settings, including outdoors, on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices. Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine.
    Visitors to hospitals and social care facilities are banned. Most education settings are closed until 7 April, with lessons conducted online. Street parking is free of charge nationwide, to reduce crowds on public transport. Parking is also free of charge between 7pm and 7am in commercial parking facilities located in residential areas.
    Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions. The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website.

    Read more
    29.03.2021
  • Hungary Latest News: Government orders closure of shops because of increase in COVID-19 cases (Reuters, 04.03.2021). Government will maintain COVID-19-related restrictions until 15 March (Reuters, 25.02.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Hungary adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Hungary are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Hungary has closed its border to all foreign nationals for an indefinite period due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The new rules allow for certain exemptions.

    Under the new rules, only Hungarian nationals, non-Hungarian nationals who are permanently resident in Hungary or non-Hungarian nationals who have permission to remain longer than 90 days, are allowed entry into the country.

    Foreign nationals can enter Hungary for only the following specific justifiable reasons:

    • taking part in a Hungarian court procedure;
    • carrying out business or other activity justified by a letter of invitation issued by a central government body, an individual regulatory body, or an autonomous state body;
    • receiving health care service, certified by a document issued by the health care institution;
    • carrying out study or exam duty required by an educational institution, certified by a document issued by the educational institution;
    • taking part in cargo-related passenger traffic if the aim of the travel is either to get to the cargo transport’s point of departure, or to get home after carrying out such cargo transport duty, if certified by a document issued by the employer;
    • participation in family events (wedding, funeral, christening);
    • taking care of a relative;
    • taking part in an international sports-, cultural or religious event of a special significance.

    Please note that on entering, individuals must agree to undergo a medical examination (temperature check). In case a suspicion of COVID-19 infection arises during the health examination, the individual will be refused entry.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    All those entering Hungary (unless transiting) must agree to enter mandatory, legally enforceable 10-day quarantine. If the person has no place of residency in Hungary, they must enter a government-designated place of quarantine.
    Hungarian citizens returning from abroad are required to quarantine unless they undergo a double testing procedure. Also exempted people have to self-quarantine for 10 days.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    The quarantined individual may request from the authorities’ permission to have two PCR tests conducted within 5 days of arrival, which must be taken 48 hours apart. If the two PCR tests are negative, the authorities can exempt the individual from their quarantine obligation. The cost of the PCR tests must be met by the individual.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Foreign nationals wishing to enter Hungary for the reasons listed above must apply for an exemption online at https://ugyintezes.police.hu/en/home.
    The form, which should be completed in advance of travelling, can be completed in English or Hungarian.

     

    Other

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours, but they may not leave this lane. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

     

    Find out more:
    Consular Services (Hungarian)
    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    Additionally, for Hungary, the following rules apply:

    Non-Hungarian citizens arriving from abroad in passenger traffic may enter Hungary for the purpose of transiting if they subject themselves to medical examination on entry, and the medical examination does not establish the suspicion of COVID-19 infection.

    As additional pre-requisites for entry, non-Hungarian citizens arriving from other countries shall fulfil the conditions of entry prescribed in the Schengen Borders Code, credibly prove the purpose of their travel and ensure that they are allowed to enter the destination country (and, to that end, the next country en route to the destination country from Hungary).

    Citizens of neighbouring countries and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours.

    The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:
    Budapest Airport
    Humanitarian corridor
    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Flights to and from the UK have been resumed, provided that travellers undergo a mandatory quarantine.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Hungary: Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19. There is a nationwide curfew between 8pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Please monitor local media for further announcements.
    Non-essential shops and service providers are closed between 8 and 22 March. Essential shops and service providers like supermarkets, pharmacies, drug stores, petrol stations and banks can remain open but may have restricted opening hours to comply with curfew requirements. Leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, gyms and indoor swimming pools) and restaurants remain closed. Food take away and delivery is allowed. Professional sports events may only take place behind closed doors, while amateur team sports activities are banned. Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed where the minimum 1.5m distance can be maintained.
    Hotels may not receive tourists, only business travellers. Events and official gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals. It is mandatory to wear a face mask in public settings, including outdoors, on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices. Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine.
    Visitors to hospitals and social care facilities are banned. Most education settings are closed until 7 April, with lessons conducted online. Street parking is free of charge nationwide, to reduce crowds on public transport. Parking is also free of charge between 7pm and 7am in commercial parking facilities located in residential areas.
    Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions. The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website.

    Read more
    26.03.2021
  • Hungary Latest News: Government orders closure of shops because of increase in COVID-19 cases (Reuters, 04.03.2021). Government will maintain COVID-19-related restrictions until 15 March (Reuters, 25.02.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Hungary adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Hungary are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Hungary has closed its border to all foreign nationals for an indefinite period due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The new rules allow for certain exemptions.

    Under the new rules, only Hungarian nationals, non-Hungarian nationals who are permanently resident in Hungary or non-Hungarian nationals who have permission to remain longer than 90 days, are allowed entry into the country.

    Foreign nationals can enter Hungary for only the following specific justifiable reasons:

    • taking part in a Hungarian court procedure;
    • carrying out business or other activity justified by a letter of invitation issued by a central government body, an individual regulatory body, or an autonomous state body;
    • receiving health care service, certified by a document issued by the health care institution;
    • carrying out study or exam duty required by an educational institution, certified by a document issued by the educational institution;
    • taking part in cargo-related passenger traffic if the aim of the travel is either to get to the cargo transport’s point of departure, or to get home after carrying out such cargo transport duty, if certified by a document issued by the employer;
    • participation in family events (wedding, funeral, christening);
    • taking care of a relative;
    • taking part in an international sports-, cultural or religious event of a special significance.

    Please note that on entering, individuals must agree to undergo a medical examination (temperature check). In case a suspicion of COVID-19 infection arises during the health examination, the individual will be refused entry.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    All those entering Hungary (unless transiting) must agree to enter mandatory, legally enforceable 10-day quarantine. If the person has no place of residency in Hungary, they must enter a government-designated place of quarantine.
    Hungarian citizens returning from abroad are required to quarantine unless they undergo a double testing procedure. Also exempted people have to self-quarantine for 10 days.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    The quarantined individual may request from the authorities’ permission to have two PCR tests conducted within 5 days of arrival, which must be taken 48 hours apart. If the two PCR tests are negative, the authorities can exempt the individual from their quarantine obligation. The cost of the PCR tests must be met by the individual.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Foreign nationals wishing to enter Hungary for the reasons listed above must apply for an exemption online at https://ugyintezes.police.hu/en/home.
    The form, which should be completed in advance of travelling, can be completed in English or Hungarian.

     

    Other

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours, but they may not leave this lane. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

     

    Find out more:
    Consular Services (Hungarian)
    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    Additionally, for Hungary, the following rules apply:

    Non-Hungarian citizens arriving from abroad in passenger traffic may enter Hungary for the purpose of transiting if they subject themselves to medical examination on entry, and the medical examination does not establish the suspicion of COVID-19 infection.

    As additional pre-requisites for entry, non-Hungarian citizens arriving from other countries shall fulfil the conditions of entry prescribed in the Schengen Borders Code, credibly prove the purpose of their travel and ensure that they are allowed to enter the destination country (and, to that end, the next country en route to the destination country from Hungary).

    Citizens of neighbouring countries and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours.

    The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:
    Budapest Airport
    Humanitarian corridor
    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Flights to and from the UK have been resumed, provided that travellers undergo a mandatory quarantine.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Hungary: Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19. There is a nationwide curfew between 8pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Please monitor local media for further announcements.
    Non-essential shops and service providers are closed between 8 and 22 March. Essential shops and service providers like supermarkets, pharmacies, drug stores, petrol stations and banks can remain open but may have restricted opening hours to comply with curfew requirements. Leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, gyms and indoor swimming pools) and restaurants remain closed. Food take away and delivery is allowed. Professional sports events may only take place behind closed doors, while amateur team sports activities are banned. Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed where the minimum 1.5m distance can be maintained.
    Hotels may not receive tourists, only business travellers. Events and official gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals. It is mandatory to wear a face mask in public settings, including outdoors, on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices. Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine.
    Visitors to hospitals and social care facilities are banned. Most education settings are closed until 7 April, with lessons conducted online. Street parking is free of charge nationwide, to reduce crowds on public transport. Parking is also free of charge between 7pm and 7am in commercial parking facilities located in residential areas.
    Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions. The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website.

    Read more
    23.03.2021
  • Hungary Latest News: Government orders closure of shops because of increase in COVID-19 cases (Reuters, 04.03.2021). Government will maintain COVID-19-related restrictions until 15 March (Reuters, 25.02.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Hungary adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Hungary are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Hungary has closed its border to all foreign nationals for an indefinite period due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The new rules allow for certain exemptions.

    Under the new rules, only Hungarian nationals, non-Hungarian nationals who are permanently resident in Hungary or non-Hungarian nationals who have permission to remain longer than 90 days, are allowed entry into the country.

    Foreign nationals can enter Hungary for only the following specific justifiable reasons:

    • taking part in a Hungarian court procedure;
    • carrying out business or other activity justified by a letter of invitation issued by a central government body, an individual regulatory body, or an autonomous state body;
    • receiving health care service, certified by a document issued by the health care institution;
    • carrying out study or exam duty required by an educational institution, certified by a document issued by the educational institution;
    • taking part in cargo-related passenger traffic if the aim of the travel is either to get to the cargo transport’s point of departure, or to get home after carrying out such cargo transport duty, if certified by a document issued by the employer;
    • participation in family events (wedding, funeral, christening);
    • taking care of a relative;
    • taking part in an international sports-, cultural or religious event of a special significance.

    Please note that on entering, individuals must agree to undergo a medical examination (temperature check). In case a suspicion of COVID-19 infection arises during the health examination, the individual will be refused entry.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    All those entering Hungary (unless transiting) must agree to enter mandatory, legally enforceable 10-day quarantine. If the person has no place of residency in Hungary, they must enter a government-designated place of quarantine.
    Hungarian citizens returning from abroad are required to quarantine unless they undergo a double testing procedure. Also exempted people have to self-quarantine for 10 days.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    The quarantined individual may request from the authorities’ permission to have two PCR tests conducted within 5 days of arrival, which must be taken 48 hours apart. If the two PCR tests are negative, the authorities can exempt the individual from their quarantine obligation. The cost of the PCR tests must be met by the individual.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Foreign nationals wishing to enter Hungary for the reasons listed above must apply for an exemption online at https://ugyintezes.police.hu/en/home.
    The form, which should be completed in advance of travelling, can be completed in English or Hungarian.

     

    Other

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours, but they may not leave this lane. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

     

    Find out more:
    Consular Services (Hungarian)
    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    Additionally, for Hungary, the following rules apply:

    Non-Hungarian citizens arriving from abroad in passenger traffic may enter Hungary for the purpose of transiting if they subject themselves to medical examination on entry, and the medical examination does not establish the suspicion of COVID-19 infection.

    As additional pre-requisites for entry, non-Hungarian citizens arriving from other countries shall fulfil the conditions of entry prescribed in the Schengen Borders Code, credibly prove the purpose of their travel and ensure that they are allowed to enter the destination country (and, to that end, the next country en route to the destination country from Hungary).

    Citizens of neighbouring countries and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours.

    The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:
    Budapest Airport
    Humanitarian corridor
    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Flights to and from the UK have been resumed, provided that travellers undergo a mandatory quarantine.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Hungary: Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19. There is a nationwide curfew between 8pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Please monitor local media for further announcements.
    Non-essential shops and service providers are closed between 8 and 22 March. Essential shops and service providers like supermarkets, pharmacies, drug stores, petrol stations and banks can remain open but may have restricted opening hours to comply with curfew requirements. Leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, gyms and indoor swimming pools) and restaurants remain closed. Food take away and delivery is allowed. Professional sports events may only take place behind closed doors, while amateur team sports activities are banned. Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed where the minimum 1.5m distance can be maintained.
    Hotels may not receive tourists, only business travellers. Events and official gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals. It is mandatory to wear a face mask in public settings, including outdoors, on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices. Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine.
    Visitors to hospitals and social care facilities are banned. Most education settings are closed until 7 April, with lessons conducted online. Street parking is free of charge nationwide, to reduce crowds on public transport. Parking is also free of charge between 7pm and 7am in commercial parking facilities located in residential areas.
    Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions. The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website.

    Read more
    19.03.2021
  • Hungary Latest News: Government orders closure of shops because of increase in COVID-19 cases (Reuters, 04.03.2021). Government will maintain COVID-19-related restrictions until 15 March (Reuters, 25.02.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Hungary adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Hungary are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Hungary has closed its border to all foreign nationals for an indefinite period due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The new rules allow for certain exemptions.

    Under the new rules, only Hungarian nationals, non-Hungarian nationals who are permanently resident in Hungary or non-Hungarian nationals who have permission to remain longer than 90 days, are allowed entry into the country.

    Foreign nationals can enter Hungary for only the following specific justifiable reasons:

    • taking part in a Hungarian court procedure;
    • carrying out business or other activity justified by a letter of invitation issued by a central government body, an individual regulatory body, or an autonomous state body;
    • receiving health care service, certified by a document issued by the health care institution;
    • carrying out study or exam duty required by an educational institution, certified by a document issued by the educational institution;
    • taking part in cargo-related passenger traffic if the aim of the travel is either to get to the cargo transport’s point of departure, or to get home after carrying out such cargo transport duty, if certified by a document issued by the employer;
    • participation in family events (wedding, funeral, christening);
    • taking care of a relative;
    • taking part in an international sports-, cultural or religious event of a special significance.

    Please note that on entering, individuals must agree to undergo a medical examination (temperature check). In case a suspicion of COVID-19 infection arises during the health examination, the individual will be refused entry.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    All those entering Hungary (unless transiting) must agree to enter mandatory, legally enforceable 10-day quarantine. If the person has no place of residency in Hungary, they must enter a government-designated place of quarantine.
    Hungarian citizens returning from abroad are required to quarantine unless they undergo a double testing procedure. Also exempted people have to self-quarantine for 10 days.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    The quarantined individual may request from the authorities’ permission to have two PCR tests conducted within 5 days of arrival, which must be taken 48 hours apart. If the two PCR tests are negative, the authorities can exempt the individual from their quarantine obligation. The cost of the PCR tests must be met by the individual.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Foreign nationals wishing to enter Hungary for the reasons listed above must apply for an exemption online at https://ugyintezes.police.hu/en/home.
    The form, which should be completed in advance of travelling, can be completed in English or Hungarian.

     

    Other

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours, but they may not leave this lane. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

     

    Find out more:
    Consular Services (Hungarian)
    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    Additionally, for Hungary, the following rules apply:

    Non-Hungarian citizens arriving from abroad in passenger traffic may enter Hungary for the purpose of transiting if they subject themselves to medical examination on entry, and the medical examination does not establish the suspicion of COVID-19 infection.

    As additional pre-requisites for entry, non-Hungarian citizens arriving from other countries shall fulfil the conditions of entry prescribed in the Schengen Borders Code, credibly prove the purpose of their travel and ensure that they are allowed to enter the destination country (and, to that end, the next country en route to the destination country from Hungary).

    Citizens of neighbouring countries and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours.

    The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:
    Budapest Airport
    Humanitarian corridor
    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Flights to and from the UK have been resumed, provided that travellers undergo a mandatory quarantine.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Hungary: Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19. There is a nationwide curfew between 8pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Please monitor local media for further announcements.
    Non-essential shops and service providers are closed between 8 and 22 March. Essential shops and service providers like supermarkets, pharmacies, drug stores, petrol stations and banks can remain open but may have restricted opening hours to comply with curfew requirements. Leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, gyms and indoor swimming pools) and restaurants remain closed. Food take away and delivery is allowed. Professional sports events may only take place behind closed doors, while amateur team sports activities are banned. Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed where the minimum 1.5m distance can be maintained.
    Hotels may not receive tourists, only business travellers. Events and official gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals. It is mandatory to wear a face mask in public settings, including outdoors, on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices. Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine.
    Visitors to hospitals and social care facilities are banned. Most education settings are closed until 7 April, with lessons conducted online. Street parking is free of charge nationwide, to reduce crowds on public transport. Parking is also free of charge between 7pm and 7am in commercial parking facilities located in residential areas.
    Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions. The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website.

    Read more
    16.03.2021
  • Hungary Latest News: Government orders closure of shops because of increase in COVID-19 cases (Reuters, 04.03.2021). Government will maintain COVID-19-related restrictions until 15 March (Reuters, 25.02.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Hungary adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Hungary are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Hungary has closed its border to all foreign nationals for an indefinite period due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The new rules allow for certain exemptions.

    Under the new rules, only Hungarian nationals, non-Hungarian nationals who are permanently resident in Hungary or non-Hungarian nationals who have permission to remain longer than 90 days, are allowed entry into the country.

    Foreign nationals can enter Hungary for only the following specific justifiable reasons:

    • taking part in a Hungarian court procedure;
    • carrying out business or other activity justified by a letter of invitation issued by a central government body, an individual regulatory body, or an autonomous state body;
    • receiving health care service, certified by a document issued by the health care institution;
    • carrying out study or exam duty required by an educational institution, certified by a document issued by the educational institution;
    • taking part in cargo-related passenger traffic if the aim of the travel is either to get to the cargo transport’s point of departure, or to get home after carrying out such cargo transport duty, if certified by a document issued by the employer;
    • participation in family events (wedding, funeral, christening);
    • taking care of a relative;
    • taking part in an international sports-, cultural or religious event of a special significance.

    Please note that on entering, individuals must agree to undergo a medical examination (temperature check). In case a suspicion of COVID-19 infection arises during the health examination, the individual will be refused entry.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    All those entering Hungary (unless transiting) must agree to enter mandatory, legally enforceable 10-day quarantine. If the person has no place of residency in Hungary, they must enter a government-designated place of quarantine.
    Hungarian citizens returning from abroad are required to quarantine unless they undergo a double testing procedure. Also exempted people have to self-quarantine for 10 days.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    The quarantined individual may request from the authorities’ permission to have two PCR tests conducted within 5 days of arrival, which must be taken 48 hours apart. If the two PCR tests are negative, the authorities can exempt the individual from their quarantine obligation. The cost of the PCR tests must be met by the individual.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Foreign nationals wishing to enter Hungary for the reasons listed above must apply for an exemption online at https://ugyintezes.police.hu/en/home.
    The form, which should be completed in advance of travelling, can be completed in English or Hungarian.

     

    Other

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours, but they may not leave this lane. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

     

    Find out more:
    Consular Services (Hungarian)
    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    Additionally, for Hungary, the following rules apply:

    Non-Hungarian citizens arriving from abroad in passenger traffic may enter Hungary for the purpose of transiting if they subject themselves to medical examination on entry, and the medical examination does not establish the suspicion of COVID-19 infection.

    As additional pre-requisites for entry, non-Hungarian citizens arriving from other countries shall fulfil the conditions of entry prescribed in the Schengen Borders Code, credibly prove the purpose of their travel and ensure that they are allowed to enter the destination country (and, to that end, the next country en route to the destination country from Hungary).

    Citizens of neighbouring countries and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours.

    The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:
    Budapest Airport
    Humanitarian corridor
    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Flights to and from the UK have been resumed, provided that travellers undergo a mandatory quarantine.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Hungary: Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19. There is a nationwide curfew between 8pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Please monitor local media for further announcements.
    Non-essential shops and service providers are closed between 8 and 22 March. Essential shops and service providers like supermarkets, pharmacies, drug stores, petrol stations and banks can remain open but may have restricted opening hours to comply with curfew requirements. Leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, gyms and indoor swimming pools) and restaurants remain closed. Food take away and delivery is allowed. Professional sports events may only take place behind closed doors, while amateur team sports activities are banned. Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed where the minimum 1.5m distance can be maintained.
    Hotels may not receive tourists, only business travellers. Events and official gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals. It is mandatory to wear a face mask in public settings, including outdoors, on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices. Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine.
    Visitors to hospitals and social care facilities are banned. Most education settings are closed until 7 April, with lessons conducted online. Street parking is free of charge nationwide, to reduce crowds on public transport. Parking is also free of charge between 7pm and 7am in commercial parking facilities located in residential areas.
    Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions. The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website.

    Read more
    12.03.2021
  • Hungary Latest News: Government orders closure of shops because of increase in COVID-19 cases (Reuters, 04.03.2021). Government will maintain COVID-19-related restrictions until 15 March (Reuters, 25.02.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Hungary adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Hungary are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Hungary has closed its border to all foreign nationals for an indefinite period due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The new rules allow for certain exemptions.

    Under the new rules, only Hungarian nationals, non-Hungarian nationals who are permanently resident in Hungary or non-Hungarian nationals who have permission to remain longer than 90 days, are allowed entry into the country.

    Foreign nationals can enter Hungary for only the following specific justifiable reasons:

    • taking part in a Hungarian court procedure;
    • carrying out business or other activity justified by a letter of invitation issued by a central government body, an individual regulatory body, or an autonomous state body;
    • receiving health care service, certified by a document issued by the health care institution;
    • carrying out study or exam duty required by an educational institution, certified by a document issued by the educational institution;
    • taking part in cargo-related passenger traffic if the aim of the travel is either to get to the cargo transport’s point of departure, or to get home after carrying out such cargo transport duty, if certified by a document issued by the employer;
    • participation in family events (wedding, funeral, christening);
    • taking care of a relative;
    • taking part in an international sports-, cultural or religious event of a special significance.

    Please note that on entering, individuals must agree to undergo a medical examination (temperature check). In case a suspicion of COVID-19 infection arises during the health examination, the individual will be refused entry.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    All those entering Hungary (unless transiting) must agree to enter mandatory, legally enforceable 10-day quarantine. If the person has no place of residency in Hungary, they must enter a government-designated place of quarantine.
    Hungarian citizens returning from abroad are required to quarantine unless they undergo a double testing procedure. Also exempted people have to self-quarantine for 10 days.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    The quarantined individual may request from the authorities’ permission to have two PCR tests conducted within 5 days of arrival, which must be taken 48 hours apart. If the two PCR tests are negative, the authorities can exempt the individual from their quarantine obligation. The cost of the PCR tests must be met by the individual.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Foreign nationals wishing to enter Hungary for the reasons listed above must apply for an exemption online at https://ugyintezes.police.hu/en/home.
    The form, which should be completed in advance of travelling, can be completed in English or Hungarian.

     

    Other

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours, but they may not leave this lane. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

     

    Find out more:
    Consular Services (Hungarian)
    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    Additionally, for Hungary, the following rules apply:

    Non-Hungarian citizens arriving from abroad in passenger traffic may enter Hungary for the purpose of transiting if they subject themselves to medical examination on entry, and the medical examination does not establish the suspicion of COVID-19 infection.

    As additional pre-requisites for entry, non-Hungarian citizens arriving from other countries shall fulfil the conditions of entry prescribed in the Schengen Borders Code, credibly prove the purpose of their travel and ensure that they are allowed to enter the destination country (and, to that end, the next country en route to the destination country from Hungary).

    Citizens of neighbouring countries and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours.

    The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:
    Budapest Airport
    Humanitarian corridor
    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Flights to and from the UK have been resumed, provided that travellers undergo a mandatory quarantine.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Hungary: Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19. There is a nationwide curfew between 8pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Please monitor local media for further announcements.
    Non-essential shops and service providers are closed between 8 and 22 March. Essential shops and service providers like supermarkets, pharmacies, drug stores, petrol stations and banks can remain open but may have restricted opening hours to comply with curfew requirements. Leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, gyms and indoor swimming pools) and restaurants remain closed. Food take away and delivery is allowed. Professional sports events may only take place behind closed doors, while amateur team sports activities are banned. Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed where the minimum 1.5m distance can be maintained.
    Hotels may not receive tourists, only business travellers. Events and official gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals. It is mandatory to wear a face mask in public settings, including outdoors, on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices. Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine.
    Visitors to hospitals and social care facilities are banned. Most education settings are closed until 7 April, with lessons conducted online. Street parking is free of charge nationwide, to reduce crowds on public transport. Parking is also free of charge between 7pm and 7am in commercial parking facilities located in residential areas.
    Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions. The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website.

    Read more
    09.03.2021
  • Hungary Latest News: Government orders closure of shops because of increase in COVID-19 cases (Reuters, 04.03.2021). Government will maintain COVID-19-related restrictions until 15 March (Reuters, 25.02.2021). Ban on flights from the UK will be lifted from 6 January (Gov.uk, 05.01.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Hungary adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Hungary are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Hungary has closed its border to all foreign nationals for an indefinite period due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The new rules allow for certain exemptions.

    Under the new rules, only Hungarian nationals, non-Hungarian nationals who are permanently resident in Hungary or non-Hungarian nationals who have permission to remain longer than 90 days, are allowed entry into the country.

    Foreign nationals can enter Hungary for only the following specific justifiable reasons:

    • taking part in a Hungarian court procedure;
    • carrying out business or other activity justified by a letter of invitation issued by a central government body, an individual regulatory body, or an autonomous state body;
    • receiving health care service, certified by a document issued by the health care institution;
    • carrying out study or exam duty required by an educational institution, certified by a document issued by the educational institution;
    • taking part in cargo-related passenger traffic if the aim of the travel is either to get to the cargo transport’s point of departure, or to get home after carrying out such cargo transport duty, if certified by a document issued by the employer;
    • participation in family events (wedding, funeral, christening);
    • taking care of a relative;
    • taking part in an international sports-, cultural or religious event of a special significance.

    Please note that on entering, individuals must agree to undergo a medical examination (temperature check). In case a suspicion of COVID-19 infection arises during the health examination, the individual will be refused entry.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    All those entering Hungary (unless transiting) must agree to enter mandatory, legally enforceable 10-day quarantine. If the person has no place of residency in Hungary, they must enter a government-designated place of quarantine.
    Hungarian citizens returning from abroad are required to quarantine unless they undergo a double testing procedure. Also exempted people have to self-quarantine for 10 days.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    The quarantined individual may request from the authorities’ permission to have two PCR tests conducted within 5 days of arrival, which must be taken 48 hours apart. If the two PCR tests are negative, the authorities can exempt the individual from their quarantine obligation. The cost of the PCR tests must be met by the individual.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Foreign nationals wishing to enter Hungary for the reasons listed above must apply for an exemption online at https://ugyintezes.police.hu/en/home.
    The form, which should be completed in advance of travelling, can be completed in English or Hungarian.

     

    Other

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours, but they may not leave this lane. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

     

    Find out more:
    Consular Services (Hungarian)
    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    Additionally, for Hungary, the following rules apply:

    Non-Hungarian citizens arriving from abroad in passenger traffic may enter Hungary for the purpose of transiting if they subject themselves to medical examination on entry, and the medical examination does not establish the suspicion of COVID-19 infection.

    As additional pre-requisites for entry, non-Hungarian citizens arriving from other countries shall fulfil the conditions of entry prescribed in the Schengen Borders Code, credibly prove the purpose of their travel and ensure that they are allowed to enter the destination country (and, to that end, the next country en route to the destination country from Hungary).

    Citizens of neighbouring countries and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours.

    The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:
    Budapest Airport
    Humanitarian corridor
    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Flights to and from the UK have been resumed, provided that travellers undergo a mandatory quarantine.

    Internal Restrictions: *Travel in Hungary: Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19. There is a nationwide curfew between 8pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Please monitor local media for further announcements.
    Non-essential shops and service providers are closed between 8 and 22 March. Essential shops and service providers like supermarkets, pharmacies, drug stores, petrol stations and banks can remain open but may have restricted opening hours to comply with curfew requirements. Leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, gyms and indoor swimming pools) and restaurants remain closed. Food take away and delivery is allowed. Professional sports events may only take place behind closed doors, while amateur team sports activities are banned. Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed where the minimum 1.5m distance can be maintained.
    Hotels may not receive tourists, only business travellers. Events and official gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals. It is mandatory to wear a face mask in public settings, including outdoors, on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices. Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine.
    Visitors to hospitals and social care facilities are banned. Most education settings are closed until 7 April, with lessons conducted online. Street parking is free of charge nationwide, to reduce crowds on public transport. Parking is also free of charge between 7pm and 7am in commercial parking facilities located in residential areas.
    Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions. The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website.

    Read more
    05.03.2021
  • Hungary Latest News: Government orders closure of shops because of increase in COVID-19 cases (Reuters, 04.03.2021). Government will maintain COVID-19-related restrictions until 15 March (Reuters, 25.02.2021). Ban on flights from the UK will be lifted from 6 January (Gov.uk, 05.01.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Hungary adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Hungary are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Hungary has closed its border to all foreign nationals for an indefinite period due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The new rules allow for certain exemptions.

    Under the new rules, only Hungarian nationals, non-Hungarian nationals who are permanently resident in Hungary or non-Hungarian nationals who have permission to remain longer than 90 days, are allowed entry into the country.

    Foreign nationals can enter Hungary for only the following specific justifiable reasons:

    • taking part in a Hungarian court procedure;
    • carrying out business or other activity justified by a letter of invitation issued by a central government body, an individual regulatory body, or an autonomous state body;
    • receiving health care service, certified by a document issued by the health care institution;
    • carrying out study or exam duty required by an educational institution, certified by a document issued by the educational institution;
    • taking part in cargo-related passenger traffic if the aim of the travel is either to get to the cargo transport’s point of departure, or to get home after carrying out such cargo transport duty, if certified by a document issued by the employer;
    • participation in family events (wedding, funeral, christening);
    • taking care of a relative;
    • taking part in an international sports-, cultural or religious event of a special significance.

    Please note that on entering, individuals must agree to undergo a medical examination (temperature check). In case a suspicion of COVID-19 infection arises during the health examination, the individual will be refused entry.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    All those entering Hungary (unless transiting) must agree to enter mandatory, legally enforceable 10-day quarantine. If the person has no place of residency in Hungary, they must enter a government-designated place of quarantine.
    Hungarian citizens returning from abroad are required to quarantine unless they undergo a double testing procedure. Also exempted people have to self-quarantine for 10 days.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    The quarantined individual may request from the authorities’ permission to have two PCR tests conducted within 5 days of arrival, which must be taken 48 hours apart. If the two PCR tests are negative, the authorities can exempt the individual from their quarantine obligation. The cost of the PCR tests must be met by the individual.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Foreign nationals wishing to enter Hungary for the reasons listed above must apply for an exemption online at https://ugyintezes.police.hu/en/home.
    The form, which should be completed in advance of travelling, can be completed in English or Hungarian.

     

    Other

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours, but they may not leave this lane. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

     

    Find out more:
    Consular Services (Hungarian)
    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    Additionally, for Hungary, the following rules apply:

    Non-Hungarian citizens arriving from abroad in passenger traffic may enter Hungary for the purpose of transiting if they subject themselves to medical examination on entry, and the medical examination does not establish the suspicion of COVID-19 infection.

    As additional pre-requisites for entry, non-Hungarian citizens arriving from other countries shall fulfil the conditions of entry prescribed in the Schengen Borders Code, credibly prove the purpose of their travel and ensure that they are allowed to enter the destination country (and, to that end, the next country en route to the destination country from Hungary).

    Citizens of neighbouring countries and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours.

    The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:
    Budapest Airport
    Humanitarian corridor
    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Flights to and from the UK have been resumed, provided that travellers undergo a mandatory quarantine.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Hungary: Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19, which will be in force at least until 1 March. There is a nationwide curfew between 8pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Please monitor local media for further announcements. Leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, gyms and indoor swimming pools) and restaurants remain closed. Food take away and delivery is allowed. Professional sports events may only take place behind closed doors, while amateur team sports activities are banned. Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed.
    Hotels may not receive tourists, only business travellers. Events and official gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals. Except for pharmacies and petrol stations, shops and service providers (e.g. hairdressers) must close by 7pm.
    It is mandatory to wear a face mask on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices. Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine. Wearing face masks is also compulsory in some outdoor public areas of towns or cities with a population of more than 10,000. However, it is not compulsory to wear a mask during sports activities, in public parks or other green spaces.
    Visitors to hospitals and social care facilities are banned. High schools and universities are closed, with lessons conducted online. Nurseries, kindergartens and elementary schools stay open with weekly testing of teachers.
    Street parking is free of charge nationwide, to reduce crowds on public transport. Parking is also free of charge between 7pm and 7am in commercial parking facilities located in residential areas. Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions. The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website.

    Read more
    02.03.2021
  • Hungary Latest News: Government will maintain COVID-19-related restrictions until 15 March (Reuters, 25.02.2021). Ban on flights from the UK will be lifted from 6 January (Gov.uk, 05.01.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Hungary adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Hungary are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Hungary has closed its border to all foreign nationals for an indefinite period due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The new rules allow for certain exemptions.

    Under the new rules, only Hungarian nationals, non-Hungarian nationals who are permanently resident in Hungary or non-Hungarian nationals who have permission to remain longer than 90 days, are allowed entry into the country.

    Foreign nationals can enter Hungary for only the following specific justifiable reasons:

    • taking part in a Hungarian court procedure;
    • carrying out business or other activity justified by a letter of invitation issued by a central government body, an individual regulatory body, or an autonomous state body;
    • receiving health care service, certified by a document issued by the health care institution;
    • carrying out study or exam duty required by an educational institution, certified by a document issued by the educational institution;
    • taking part in cargo-related passenger traffic if the aim of the travel is either to get to the cargo transport’s point of departure, or to get home after carrying out such cargo transport duty, if certified by a document issued by the employer;
    • participation in family events (wedding, funeral, christening);
    • taking care of a relative;
    • taking part in an international sports-, cultural or religious event of a special significance.

    Please note that on entering, individuals must agree to undergo a medical examination (temperature check). In case a suspicion of COVID-19 infection arises during the health examination, the individual will be refused entry.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    All those entering Hungary (unless transiting) must agree to enter mandatory, legally enforceable 10-day quarantine. If the person has no place of residency in Hungary, they must enter a government-designated place of quarantine.
    Hungarian citizens returning from abroad are required to quarantine unless they undergo a double testing procedure. Also exempted people have to self-quarantine for 10 days.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    The quarantined individual may request from the authorities’ permission to have two PCR tests conducted within 5 days of arrival, which must be taken 48 hours apart. If the two PCR tests are negative, the authorities can exempt the individual from their quarantine obligation. The cost of the PCR tests must be met by the individual.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Foreign nationals wishing to enter Hungary for the reasons listed above must apply for an exemption online at https://ugyintezes.police.hu/en/home.
    The form, which should be completed in advance of travelling, can be completed in English or Hungarian.

     

    Other

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours, but they may not leave this lane. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

     

    Find out more:
    Consular Services (Hungarian)
    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    Additionally, for Hungary, the following rules apply:

    Non-Hungarian citizens arriving from abroad in passenger traffic may enter Hungary for the purpose of transiting if they subject themselves to medical examination on entry, and the medical examination does not establish the suspicion of COVID-19 infection.

    As additional pre-requisites for entry, non-Hungarian citizens arriving from other countries shall fulfil the conditions of entry prescribed in the Schengen Borders Code, credibly prove the purpose of their travel and ensure that they are allowed to enter the destination country (and, to that end, the next country en route to the destination country from Hungary).

    Citizens of neighbouring countries and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours.

    The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:
    Budapest Airport
    Humanitarian corridor
    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Flights to and from the UK have been resumed, provided that travellers undergo a mandatory quarantine.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Hungary: Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19, which will be in force at least until 1 March. There is a nationwide curfew between 8pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Please monitor local media for further announcements. Leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, gyms and indoor swimming pools) and restaurants remain closed. Food take away and delivery is allowed. Professional sports events may only take place behind closed doors, while amateur team sports activities are banned. Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed.
    Hotels may not receive tourists, only business travellers. Events and official gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals. Except for pharmacies and petrol stations, shops and service providers (e.g. hairdressers) must close by 7pm.
    It is mandatory to wear a face mask on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices. Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine. Wearing face masks is also compulsory in some outdoor public areas of towns or cities with a population of more than 10,000. However, it is not compulsory to wear a mask during sports activities, in public parks or other green spaces.
    Visitors to hospitals and social care facilities are banned. High schools and universities are closed, with lessons conducted online. Nurseries, kindergartens and elementary schools stay open with weekly testing of teachers.
    Street parking is free of charge nationwide, to reduce crowds on public transport. Parking is also free of charge between 7pm and 7am in commercial parking facilities located in residential areas. Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions. The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website.

    Read more
    26.02.2021
  • Hungary Latest News: Ban on flights from the UK will be lifted from 6 January (Gov.uk, 05.01.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Hungary adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Hungary are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Hungary has closed its border to all foreign nationals for an indefinite period due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The new rules allow for certain exemptions.

    Under the new rules, only Hungarian nationals, non-Hungarian nationals who are permanently resident in Hungary or non-Hungarian nationals who have permission to remain longer than 90 days, are allowed entry into the country.

    Foreign nationals can enter Hungary for only the following specific justifiable reasons:

    • taking part in a Hungarian court procedure;
    • carrying out business or other activity justified by a letter of invitation issued by a central government body, an individual regulatory body, or an autonomous state body;
    • receiving health care service, certified by a document issued by the health care institution;
    • carrying out study or exam duty required by an educational institution, certified by a document issued by the educational institution;
    • taking part in cargo-related passenger traffic if the aim of the travel is either to get to the cargo transport’s point of departure, or to get home after carrying out such cargo transport duty, if certified by a document issued by the employer;
    • participation in family events (wedding, funeral, christening);
    • taking care of a relative;
    • taking part in an international sports-, cultural or religious event of a special significance.

    Please note that on entering, individuals must agree to undergo a medical examination (temperature check). In case a suspicion of COVID-19 infection arises during the health examination, the individual will be refused entry.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    All those entering Hungary (unless transiting) must agree to enter mandatory, legally enforceable 10-day quarantine. If the person has no place of residency in Hungary, they must enter a government-designated place of quarantine.
    Hungarian citizens returning from abroad are required to quarantine unless they undergo a double testing procedure. Also exempted people have to self-quarantine for 10 days.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    The quarantined individual may request from the authorities’ permission to have two PCR tests conducted within 5 days of arrival, which must be taken 48 hours apart. If the two PCR tests are negative, the authorities can exempt the individual from their quarantine obligation. The cost of the PCR tests must be met by the individual.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Foreign nationals wishing to enter Hungary for the reasons listed above must apply for an exemption online at https://ugyintezes.police.hu/en/home.
    The form, which should be completed in advance of travelling, can be completed in English or Hungarian.

     

    Other

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours, but they may not leave this lane. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

     

    Find out more:
    Consular Services (Hungarian)
    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    Additionally, for Hungary, the following rules apply:

    Non-Hungarian citizens arriving from abroad in passenger traffic may enter Hungary for the purpose of transiting if they subject themselves to medical examination on entry, and the medical examination does not establish the suspicion of COVID-19 infection.

    As additional pre-requisites for entry, non-Hungarian citizens arriving from other countries shall fulfil the conditions of entry prescribed in the Schengen Borders Code, credibly prove the purpose of their travel and ensure that they are allowed to enter the destination country (and, to that end, the next country en route to the destination country from Hungary).

    Citizens of neighbouring countries and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours.

    The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:
    Budapest Airport
    Humanitarian corridor
    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Flights to and from the UK have been resumed, provided that travellers undergo a mandatory quarantine.

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Flights to and from the UK have been resumed, provided that travellers undergo a mandatory quarantine.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Hungary: Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19, which will be in force at least until 1 March. There is a nationwide curfew between 8pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Please monitor local media for further announcements. Leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, gyms and indoor swimming pools) and restaurants remain closed. Food take away and delivery is allowed. Professional sports events may only take place behind closed doors, while amateur team sports activities are banned. Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed.
    Hotels may not receive tourists, only business travellers. Events and official gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals. Except for pharmacies and petrol stations, shops and service providers (e.g. hairdressers) must close by 7pm.
    It is mandatory to wear a face mask on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices. Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine. Wearing face masks is also compulsory in some outdoor public areas of towns or cities with a population of more than 10,000. However, it is not compulsory to wear a mask during sports activities, in public parks or other green spaces.
    Visitors to hospitals and social care facilities are banned. High schools and universities are closed, with lessons conducted online. Nurseries, kindergartens and elementary schools stay open with weekly testing of teachers.
    Street parking is free of charge nationwide, to reduce crowds on public transport. Parking is also free of charge between 7pm and 7am in commercial parking facilities located in residential areas. Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions. The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website.

    Read more
    23.02.2021
  • Hungary Latest News: Ban on flights from the UK will be lifted from 6 January (Gov.uk, 05.01.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Hungary adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Hungary are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Hungary has closed its border to all foreign nationals for an indefinite period due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The new rules allow for certain exemptions.

    Under the new rules, only Hungarian nationals, non-Hungarian nationals who are permanently resident in Hungary or non-Hungarian nationals who have permission to remain longer than 90 days, are allowed entry into the country.

    Foreign nationals can enter Hungary for only the following specific justifiable reasons:

    • taking part in a Hungarian court procedure;
    • carrying out business or other activity justified by a letter of invitation issued by a central government body, an individual regulatory body, or an autonomous state body;
    • receiving health care service, certified by a document issued by the health care institution;
    • carrying out study or exam duty required by an educational institution, certified by a document issued by the educational institution;
    • taking part in cargo-related passenger traffic if the aim of the travel is either to get to the cargo transport’s point of departure, or to get home after carrying out such cargo transport duty, if certified by a document issued by the employer;
    • participation in family events (wedding, funeral, christening);
    • taking care of a relative;
    • taking part in an international sports-, cultural or religious event of a special significance.

    Please note that on entering, individuals must agree to undergo a medical examination (temperature check). In case a suspicion of COVID-19 infection arises during the health examination, the individual will be refused entry.

     

    Is a quarantine required?

    All those entering Hungary (unless transiting) must agree to enter mandatory, legally enforceable 10-day quarantine. If the person has no place of residency in Hungary, they must enter a government-designated place of quarantine.
    Hungarian citizens returning from abroad are required to quarantine unless they undergo a double testing procedure. Also exempted people have to self-quarantine for 10 days.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    The quarantined individual may request from the authorities’ permission to have two PCR tests conducted within 5 days of arrival, which must be taken 48 hours apart. If the two PCR tests are negative, the authorities can exempt the individual from their quarantine obligation. The cost of the PCR tests must be met by the individual.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    Foreign nationals wishing to enter Hungary for the reasons listed above must apply for an exemption online at https://ugyintezes.police.hu/en/home.
    The form, which should be completed in advance of travelling, can be completed in English or Hungarian.

     

    Other

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours, but they may not leave this lane. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

     

    Find out more:
    Consular Services (Hungarian)
    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    Additionally, for Hungary, the following rules apply:

    Non-Hungarian citizens arriving from abroad in passenger traffic may enter Hungary for the purpose of transiting if they subject themselves to medical examination on entry, and the medical examination does not establish the suspicion of COVID-19 infection.

    As additional pre-requisites for entry, non-Hungarian citizens arriving from other countries shall fulfil the conditions of entry prescribed in the Schengen Borders Code, credibly prove the purpose of their travel and ensure that they are allowed to enter the destination country (and, to that end, the next country en route to the destination country from Hungary).

    Citizens of neighbouring countries and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours.

    The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:
    Budapest Airport
    Humanitarian corridor
    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Flights to and from the UK have been resumed, provided that travellers undergo a mandatory quarantine.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Hungary: Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19, which will be in force at least until 1 March. There is a nationwide curfew between 8pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Please monitor local media for further announcements. Leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, gyms and indoor swimming pools) and restaurants remain closed. Food take away and delivery is allowed. Professional sports events may only take place behind closed doors, while amateur team sports activities are banned. Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed.
    Hotels may not receive tourists, only business travellers. Events and official gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals. Except for pharmacies and petrol stations, shops and service providers (e.g. hairdressers) must close by 7pm.
    It is mandatory to wear a face mask on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices. Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine. Wearing face masks is also compulsory in some outdoor public areas of towns or cities with a population of more than 10,000. However, it is not compulsory to wear a mask during sports activities, in public parks or other green spaces.
    Visitors to hospitals and social care facilities are banned. High schools and universities are closed, with lessons conducted online. Nurseries, kindergartens and elementary schools stay open with weekly testing of teachers.
    Street parking is free of charge nationwide, to reduce crowds on public transport. Parking is also free of charge between 7pm and 7am in commercial parking facilities located in residential areas. Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions. The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website.

    Read more
    19.02.2021
  • Hungary Latest News: Ban on flights from the UK will be lifted from 6 January (Gov.uk, 05.01.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Hungary adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Hungary are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map

    Entry from EU Member States and Schengen Associated countries is generally not allowed in lack of a special reason (such as business purposes).

    Military convoys and business or diplomatic trips can be exempted from the regulations. Furthermore, an exemption may be granted by the police if entry also is for court, administrative, family, health, education or other legitimate reasons and if health screening is negative. The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    Hungarian citizens returning from abroad are required to undergo a double testing procedure, providing the negative results of 2 PCR tests not older than five days and taken with a time difference of 48 hours. It is possible to perform the 2 PCR tests upon arrival in Hungary as well. 

    The same procedure applies to foreign students and foreign citizens with reasonable grounds to enter.

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    Hungarian citizens returning from abroad are required to quarantine unless they undergo a double testing procedure. Also exempted people have to self-quarantine for 10 days.

     

    Other

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours, but they may not leave this lane. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

     

    Find out more:

    Consular Services (Hungarian)
    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    Travellers can transit Hungary provided that they undergo a medical check-up upon entry. Furthermore, satisfactory proof of the objective and destination of their travel has to be provided, confirming that their entry to the destination country and neighbouring country in their route is allowed. Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours. The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:

    Humanitarian corridor

    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Flights to and from the UK have been resumed, provided that travellers undergo a mandatory quarantine.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Hungary: Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19, which will be in force at least until 1 March. There is a nationwide curfew between 8pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Please monitor local media for further announcements. Leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, gyms and indoor swimming pools) and restaurants remain closed. Food take away and delivery is allowed. Professional sports events may only take place behind closed doors, while amateur team sports activities are banned. Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed.
    Hotels may not receive tourists, only business travellers. Events and official gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals. Except for pharmacies and petrol stations, shops and service providers (e.g. hairdressers) must close by 7pm.
    It is mandatory to wear a face mask on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices. Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine. Wearing face masks is also compulsory in some outdoor public areas of towns or cities with a population of more than 10,000. However, it is not compulsory to wear a mask during sports activities, in public parks or other green spaces.
    Visitors to hospitals and social care facilities are banned. High schools and universities are closed, with lessons conducted online. Nurseries, kindergartens and elementary schools stay open with weekly testing of teachers.
    Street parking is free of charge nationwide, to reduce crowds on public transport. Parking is also free of charge between 7pm and 7am in commercial parking facilities located in residential areas. Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions. The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website.

    Read more
    15.02.2021
  • Hungary Latest News: Ban on flights from the UK will be lifted from 6 January (Gov.uk, 05.01.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Hungary adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Hungary are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map

    Entry from EU Member States and Schengen Associated countries is generally not allowed in lack of a special reason (such as business purposes).

    Military convoys and business or diplomatic trips can be exempted from the regulations. Furthermore, an exemption may be granted by the police if entry also is for court, administrative, family, health, education or other legitimate reasons and if health screening is negative. The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    Hungarian citizens returning from abroad are required to undergo a double testing procedure, providing the negative results of 2 PCR tests not older than five days and taken with a time difference of 48 hours. It is possible to perform the 2 PCR tests upon arrival in Hungary as well. 

    The same procedure applies to foreign students and foreign citizens with reasonable grounds to enter.

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    Hungarian citizens returning from abroad are required to quarantine unless they undergo a double testing procedure. Also exempted people have to self-quarantine for 10 days.

     

    Other

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours, but they may not leave this lane. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

     

    Find out more:

    Consular Services (Hungarian)
    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    Travellers can transit Hungary provided that they undergo a medical check-up upon entry. Furthermore, satisfactory proof of the objective and destination of their travel has to be provided, confirming that their entry to the destination country and neighbouring country in their route is allowed. Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours. The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:

    Humanitarian corridor

    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Flights to and from the UK have been resumed, provided that travellers undergo a mandatory quarantine.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Hungary: Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19, which will be in force at least until 1 March. There is a nationwide curfew between 8pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Please monitor local media for further announcements. Leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, gyms and indoor swimming pools) and restaurants remain closed. Food take away and delivery is allowed. Professional sports events may only take place behind closed doors, while amateur team sports activities are banned. Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed. Hotels may not receive tourists, only business travellers. Events and official gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals. Except for pharmacies and petrol stations, shops and service providers (e.g. hairdressers) must close by 7pm. It is mandatory to wear a face mask on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices. Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine.
    Wearing face masks is also compulsory in some outdoor public areas of towns or cities with a population of more than 10,000. However, it is not compulsory to wear a mask during sports activities, in public parks or other green spaces. Visitors to hospitals and social care facilities are banned. High schools and universities are closed, with lessons conducted online. Nurseries, kindergartens and elementary schools stay open with weekly testing of teachers/ Street parking is free of charge nationwide, to reduce crowds on public transport. Parking is also free of charge between 7pm and 7am in commercial parking facilities located in residential areas. Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions. The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website.

    Read more
    09.02.2021
  • Hungary Latest News: Ban on flights from the UK will be lifted from 6 January (Gov.uk, 05.01.2021). Hungary government bans passenger planes from U.K. until 8 February 2021 (Reuters, 22.12.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Hungary adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Hungary are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map

    Entry from EU Member States and Schengen Associated countries is generally not allowed in lack of a special reason (such as business purposes).

    Military convoys and business or diplomatic trips can be exempted from the regulations. Furthermore, an exemption may be granted by the police if entry also is for court, administrative, family, health, education or other legitimate reasons and if health screening is negative. The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    Hungarian citizens returning from abroad are required to undergo a double testing procedure, providing the negative results of 2 PCR tests not older than five days and taken with a time difference of 48 hours. It is possible to perform the 2 PCR tests upon arrival in Hungary as well. 

    The same procedure applies to foreign students and foreign citizens with reasonable grounds to enter.

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    Hungarian citizens returning from abroad are required to quarantine unless they undergo a double testing procedure. Also exempted people have to self-quarantine for 10 days.

     

    Other

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours, but they may not leave this lane. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

     

    Find out more:

    Consular Services (Hungarian)
    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    Travellers can transit Hungary provided that they undergo a medical check-up upon entry. Furthermore, satisfactory proof of the objective and destination of their travel has to be provided, confirming that their entry to the destination country and neighbouring country in their route is allowed. Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours. The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:

    Humanitarian corridor

    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Flights to and from the UK have been resumed, provided that travellers undergo a mandatory quarantine.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Hungary: Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19, which will be in force at least until 1 March. There is a nationwide curfew between 8pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Please monitor local media for further announcements. Leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, gyms and indoor swimming pools) and restaurants remain closed. Food take away and delivery is allowed. Professional sports events may only take place behind closed doors, while amateur team sports activities are banned. Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed. Hotels may not receive tourists, only business travellers. Events and official gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals. Except for pharmacies and petrol stations, shops and service providers (e.g. hairdressers) must close by 7pm. It is mandatory to wear a face mask on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices. Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine.
    Wearing face masks is also compulsory in some outdoor public areas of towns or cities with a population of more than 10,000. However, it is not compulsory to wear a mask during sports activities, in public parks or other green spaces. Visitors to hospitals and social care facilities are banned. High schools and universities are closed, with lessons conducted online. Nurseries, kindergartens and elementary schools stay open with weekly testing of teachers/ Street parking is free of charge nationwide, to reduce crowds on public transport. Parking is also free of charge between 7pm and 7am in commercial parking facilities located in residential areas. Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions. The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website.

    Read more
    29.01.2021
  • Hungary Latest News: Ban on flights from the UK will be lifted from 6 January (Gov.uk, 05.01.2021). Hungary government bans passenger planes from U.K. until 8 February 2021 (Reuters, 22.12.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Note: Hungary adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Hungary are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Entry from EU Member States and Schengen Associated countries is generally not allowed in lack of a special reason (such as business purposes).

    Military convoys and business or diplomatic trips can be exempted from the regulations. Furthermore, an exemption may be granted by the police if entry also is for court, administrative, family, health, education or other legitimate reasons and if health screening is negative; however, also exempted people have to self-quarantine for 10 days. The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Hungarian citizens returning from abroad will have to quarantine, unless they undergo a double testing procedure, providing the negative results of 2 PCR tests not older than five days and taken with a time difference of 48 hours. It is possible to perform the 2 PCR tests upon arrival in Hungary as well. The first test can be also performed in a Schengen country, the United States or Canada.

    The same procedure (quarantine/double PCR testing) applies to foreign students and foreign citizens with reasonable grounds to enter.

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours, but they may not leave this lane. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

    Find out more:

    Consular Services (Hungarian)
    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    Travellers can transit Hungary provided that they undergo a medical check-up upon entry. Furthermore, satisfactory proof of the objective and destination of their travel has to be provided, confirming that their entry to the destination country and neighbouring country in their route is allowed. Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours. The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:

    Humanitarian corridor

    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Flights to and from the UK have been resumed, provided that travellers undergo a mandatory quarantine.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Hungary: Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19, which will be in force at least until 1 February. There is a nationwide curfew between 8pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Please monitor local media for further announcements. Leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, gyms and indoor swimming pools) and restaurants remain closed. Food take away and delivery is allowed. Professional sports events may only take place behind closed doors, while amateur team sports activities are banned. Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed. Hotels may not receive tourists, only business travellers. Events and official gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals. Except for pharmacies and petrol stations, shops and service providers (e.g. hairdressers) must close by 7pm. It is mandatory to wear a face mask on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices. Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine. Wearing face masks is also compulsory in some outdoor public areas of towns or cities with a population of more than 10,000. However, it is not compulsory to wear a mask during sports activities, in public parks or other green spaces. Visitors to hospitals and social care facilities are banned. High schools and universities are closed, with lessons conducted online. Nurseries, kindergartens and elementary schools stay open with weekly testing of teachers/ Street parking is free of charge nationwide, to reduce crowds on public transport. Parking is also free of charge between 7pm and 7am in commercial parking facilities located in residential areas. Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions. The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website.

    Read more
    21.01.2021
  • Hungary Latest News: Ban on flights from the UK will be lifted from 6 January (Gov.uk, 05.01.2021). Hungary government bans passenger planes from U.K. until 8 February 2021 (Reuters, 22.12.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Note: Hungary adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Hungary are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Entry from EU Member States and Schengen Associated countries is generally not allowed in lack of a special reason (such as business purposes).

    Military convoys and business or diplomatic trips can be exempted from the regulations. Furthermore, an exemption may be granted by the police if entry also is for court, administrative, family, health, education or other legitimate reasons and if health screening is negative; however, also exempted people have to self-quarantine for 10 days. The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Hungarian citizens returning from abroad will have to quarantine, unless they undergo a double testing procedure, providing the negative results of 2 PCR tests not older than five days and taken with a time difference of 48 hours. It is possible to perform the 2 PCR tests upon arrival in Hungary as well. The first test can be also performed in a Schengen country, the United States or Canada.

    The same procedure (quarantine/double PCR testing) applies to foreign students and foreign citizens with reasonable grounds to enter.

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours, but they may not leave this lane. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

    Find out more:

    Consular Services (Hungarian)
    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    Travellers can transit Hungary provided that they undergo a medical check-up upon entry. Furthermore, satisfactory proof of the objective and destination of their travel has to be provided, confirming that their entry to the destination country and neighbouring country in their route is allowed. Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours. The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:

    Humanitarian corridor

    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Flights to and from the UK have been resumed, provided that travellers undergo a mandatory quarantine. 

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Hungary: Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19, which will be in force at least until 1 February. There is a nationwide curfew between 8pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Please monitor local media for further announcements. Leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, gyms and indoor swimming pools) and restaurants remain closed. Food take away and delivery is allowed. Professional sports events may only take place behind closed doors, while amateur team sports activities are banned. Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed. Hotels may not receive tourists, only business travellers. Events and official gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals. Except for pharmacies and petrol stations, shops and service providers (e.g. hairdressers) must close by 7pm. It is mandatory to wear a face mask on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices. Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine. Wearing face masks is also compulsory in some outdoor public areas of towns or cities with a population of more than 10,000. However, it is not compulsory to wear a mask during sports activities, in public parks or other green spaces. Visitors to hospitals and social care facilities are banned. High schools and universities are closed, with lessons conducted online. Nurseries, kindergartens and elementary schools stay open with weekly testing of teachers/ Street parking is free of charge nationwide, to reduce crowds on public transport. Parking is also free of charge between 7pm and 7am in commercial parking facilities located in residential areas. Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions. The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website.

    Read more
    18.01.2021
  • Hungary Latest News: Ban on flights from the UK will be lifted from 6 January (Gov.uk, 05.01.2021). Hungary government bans passenger planes from U.K. until 8 February 2021 (Reuters, 22.12.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Note: Hungary adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Hungary are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Entry from EU Member States and Schengen Associated countries is generally not allowed in lack of a special reason (such as business purposes).

    Military convoys and business or diplomatic trips can be exempted from the regulations. Furthermore, an exemption may be granted by the police if entry also is for court, administrative, family, health, education or other legitimate reasons and if health screening is negative; however, also exempted people have to self-quarantine for 10 days. The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Hungarian citizens returning from high-risk countries will have to quarantine, unless they undergo a double testing procedure, providing the negative results of 2 PCR tests not older than five days and taken with a time difference of 48 hours. It is possible to perform the 2 PCR tests upon arrival in Hungary as well. The first test can be also performed in a Schengen country, the United States or Canada.

    The same procedure (quarantine/double PCR testing) applies to foreign students and foreign citizens with reasonable grounds to enter.

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

    Find out more:

    Consular Services (Hungarian)
    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    Travellers can transit Hungary provided that they undergo a medical check-up upon entry. Furthermore, satisfactory proof of the objective and destination of their travel has to be provided, confirming that their entry to the destination country and neighbouring country in their route is allowed. Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours. The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:

    Humanitarian corridor

    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Flights to and from the UK have been resumed, provided that travellers undergo a mandatory quarantine. 

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Hungary: Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19, which will be in force at least until 1 February. There is a nationwide curfew between 8pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Please monitor local media for further announcements. Leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, gyms and indoor swimming pools) and restaurants remain closed. Food take away and delivery is allowed. Professional sports events may only take place behind closed doors, while amateur team sports activities are banned. Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed. Hotels may not receive tourists, only business travellers. Events and official gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals. Except for pharmacies and petrol stations, shops and service providers (e.g. hairdressers) must close by 7pm. It is mandatory to wear a face mask on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices. Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine. Wearing face masks is also compulsory in some outdoor public areas of towns or cities with a population of more than 10,000. However, it is not compulsory to wear a mask during sports activities, in public parks or other green spaces. Visitors to hospitals and social care facilities are banned. High schools and universities are closed, with lessons conducted online. Nurseries, kindergartens and elementary schools stay open with weekly testing of teachers/ Street parking is free of charge nationwide, to reduce crowds on public transport. Parking is also free of charge between 7pm and 7am in commercial parking facilities located in residential areas. Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions. The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website.

    Read more
    12.01.2021
  • Hungary Latest News: Ban on flights from the UK will be lifted from 6 January (Gov.uk, 05.01.2021). Hungary government bans passenger planes from U.K. until 8 February 2021 (Reuters, 22.12.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Note: Hungary adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Hungary are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Entry from EU Member States and Schengen Associated countries is generally not allowed in lack of a special reason (such as business purposes).

    Military convoys and business or diplomatic trips can be exempted from the regulations. Furthermore, an exemption may be granted by the police if entry also is for court, administrative, family, health, education or other legitimate reasons and if health screening is negative; however, also exempted people have to self-quarantine for 10 days. The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Hungarian citizens returning from high-risk countries will have to quarantine, unless they undergo a double testing procedure, providing the negative results of 2 PCR tests not older than five days and taken with a time difference of 48 hours. It is possible to perform the 2 PCR tests upon arrival in Hungary as well. The first test can be also performed in a Schengen country, the United States or Canada.

    The same procedure (quarantine/double PCR testing) applies to foreign students and foreign citizens with reasonable grounds to enter.

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

    Find out more:

    Consular Services (Hungarian)
    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    Travellers can transit Hungary provided that they undergo a medical check-up upon entry. Furthermore, satisfactory proof of the objective and destination of their travel has to be provided, confirming that their entry to the destination country and neighbouring country in their route is allowed. Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours. The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:

    Humanitarian corridor

    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Flights to and from the UK have been resumed, provided that travellers undergo a mandatory quarantine. 

    See also:
    Commission adopts Recommendation on EU coordinated approach to travel and transport in response to a new variant of coronavirus in the UK (22 December 2020)

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    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Hungary: Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19, which will be in force at least until 1 February. There is a nationwide curfew between 8pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Please monitor local media for further announcements. Leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, gyms and indoor swimming pools) and restaurants remain closed. Food take away and delivery is allowed. Professional sports events may only take place behind closed doors, while amateur team sports activities are banned. Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed. Hotels may not receive tourists, only business travellers. Events and official gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals. Except for pharmacies and petrol stations, shops and service providers (e.g. hairdressers) must close by 7pm. It is mandatory to wear a face mask on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices. Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine. Wearing face masks is also compulsory in some outdoor public areas of towns or cities with a population of more than 10,000. However, it is not compulsory to wear a mask during sports activities, in public parks or other green spaces. Visitors to hospitals and social care facilities are banned. High schools and universities are closed, with lessons conducted online. Nurseries, kindergartens and elementary schools stay open with weekly testing of teachers/ Street parking is free of charge nationwide, to reduce crowds on public transport. Parking is also free of charge between 7pm and 7am in commercial parking facilities located in residential areas. Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions. The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website.

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    11.01.2021
  • Hungary Latest News: Ban on flights from the UK will be lifted from 6 January (Gov.uk, 05.01.2021). Hungary government bans passenger planes from U.K. until 8 February 2021 (Reuters, 22.12.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Note: Hungary adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Hungary are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Entry from EU Member States and Schengen Associated countries is generally not allowed in lack of a special reason (such as business purposes).

    Military convoys and business or diplomatic trips can be exempted from the regulations. Furthermore, an exemption may be granted by the police if entry also is for court, administrative, family, health, education or other legitimate reasons and if health screening is negative; however, also exempted people have to self-quarantine for 10 days. The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Hungarian citizens returning from high-risk countries will have to quarantine, unless they undergo a double testing procedure, providing the negative results of 2 PCR tests not older than five days and taken with a time difference of 48 hours. It is possible to perform the 2 PCR tests upon arrival in Hungary as well. The first test can be also performed in a Schengen country, the United States or Canada.

    The same procedure (quarantine/double PCR testing) applies to foreign students and foreign citizens with reasonable grounds to enter.

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

    Find out more:

    Consular Services (Hungarian)
    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    Travellers can transit Hungary provided that they undergo a medical check-up upon entry. Furthermore, satisfactory proof of the objective and destination of their travel has to be provided, confirming that their entry to the destination country and neighbouring country in their route is allowed. Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours. The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:

    Humanitarian corridor

    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Flights to and from the UK have been resumed, provided that travellers undergo a mandatory quarantine. 

    See also:
    Commission adopts Recommendation on EU coordinated approach to travel and transport in response to a new variant of coronavirus in the UK (22 December 2020)

    ____________________

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Hungary:
    Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19. There is a nationwide curfew between 8pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Please monitor local media for further announcements. Leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, gyms and indoor swimming pools) and restaurants remain closed. Food take away and delivery is allowed. Professional sports events may only take place behind closed doors, while amateur team sports activities are banned. Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed. Hotels may not receive tourists, only business travellers. Events and official gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals. Except for pharmacies and petrol stations, shops and service providers (eg. hairdressers) must close by 7pm. It is mandatory to wear a face mask on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices. Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine. Wearing face masks is also compulsory in some outdoor public areas of towns or cities with a population of more than 10,000. However, it is not compulsory to wear a mask during sports activities, in public parks or other green spaces. Visitors to hospitals and social care facilities are banned. High schools and universities are closed, with lessons conducted online. Nurseries, kindergartens and elementary schools stay open with weekly testing of teachers. Street parking is free of charge nationwide, to reduce crowds on public transport. Parking is also free of charge between 7pm and 7am in commercial parking facilities located in residential areas. The above measures and restrictions will remain in place until at least 11 January. Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions. The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website.

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    08.01.2021
  • Hungary Latest News: Ban on flights from the UK will be lifted from 6 January (Gov.uk, 05.01.2021). Hungary government bans passenger planes from U.K. until 8 February 2021 (Reuters, 22.12.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Entry from EU Member States and Schengen Associated countries is generally not allowed in lack of a special reason (such as business purposes).

    Military convoys and business or diplomatic trips can be exempted from the regulations. Furthermore, an exemption may be granted by the police if entry also is for court, administrative, family, health, education or other legitimate reasons and if health screening is negative; however, also exempted people have to self-quarantine for 10 days. The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Hungarian citizens returning from high-risk countries will have to quarantine, unless they undergo a double testing procedure, providing the negative results of 2 PCR tests not older than five days and taken with a time difference of 48 hours. It is possible to perform the 2 PCR tests upon arrival in Hungary as well. The first test can be also performed in a Schengen country, the United States or Canada.

    The same procedure (quarantine/double PCR testing) applies to foreign students and foreign citizens with reasonable grounds to enter.

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

    Find out more:

    Consular Services (Hungarian)
    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    *Transit:

    Travellers can transit Hungary provided that they undergo a medical check-up upon entry. Furthermore, satisfactory proof of the objective and destination of their travel has to be provided, confirming that their entry to the destination country and neighbouring country in their route is allowed. Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours. The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:

    Humanitarian corridor

    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Flights to and from the UK are banned from 00:01 on Tuesday 22 December. Cargo flights will not be affected by the new restrictions. The ban is in effect until 8 February 2021.

    See also:
    Commission adopts Recommendation on EU coordinated approach to travel and transport in response to a new variant of coronavirus in the UK (22 December 2020)

    ____________________

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Hungary:
    Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19. There is a nationwide curfew between 8pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Please monitor local media for further announcements. Leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, gyms and indoor swimming pools) and restaurants remain closed. Food take away and delivery is allowed. Professional sports events may only take place behind closed doors, while amateur team sports activities are banned. Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed. Hotels may not receive tourists, only business travellers. Events and official gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals. Except for pharmacies and petrol stations, shops and service providers (eg. hairdressers) must close by 7pm. It is mandatory to wear a face mask on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices. Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine. Wearing face masks is also compulsory in some outdoor public areas of towns or cities with a population of more than 10,000. However, it is not compulsory to wear a mask during sports activities, in public parks or other green spaces. Visitors to hospitals and social care facilities are banned. High schools and universities are closed, with lessons conducted online. Nurseries, kindergartens and elementary schools stay open with weekly testing of teachers. Street parking is free of charge nationwide, to reduce crowds on public transport. Parking is also free of charge between 7pm and 7am in commercial parking facilities located in residential areas. The above measures and restrictions will remain in place until at least 11 January. Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions. The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website.

    Read more
    05.01.2021
  • Hungary Latest News: Hungary government bans passenger planes from U.K. until 8 February 2021 (Reuters, 22.12.2020). Hungary’s government opens borders to Poland, the Czech Rep. and Slovakia with a fresh negative coronavirus test (CNA, 01.09.2020). Hungary to close its borders to foreign nationals from 1 September (GardaWorld, 31.08.2020). Wizz Air will reduce flights from 7 September as government closes borders to foreigners (Channel News Asia, 30.08.2020). Government to close country’s borders to foreigners from 1 September following increase in COVID-19 infections (Reuters, 28.08.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Entry from EU Member States and Schengen Associated countries is generally not allowed in lack of a special reason (such as business purposes).

    Military convoys and business or diplomatic trips can be exempted from the regulations. Furthermore, an exemption may be granted by the police if entry also is for court, administrative, family, health, education or other legitimate reasons and if health screening is negative; however, also exempted people have to self-quarantine for 10 days. The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Hungarian citizens returning from high-risk countries will have to quarantine, unless they undergo a double testing procedure, providing the negative results of 2 PCR tests not older than five days and taken with a time difference of 48 hours. It is possible to perform the 2 PCR tests upon arrival in Hungary as well. The first test can be also performed in a Schengen country, the United States or Canada.

    The same procedure (quarantine/double PCR testing) applies to foreign students and foreign citizens with reasonable grounds to enter.

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

    Find out more:

    Consular Services (Hungarian)
    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    Travellers can transit Hungary provided that they undergo a medical check-up upon entry. Furthermore, satisfactory proof of the objective and destination of their travel has to be provided, confirming that their entry to the destination country and neighbouring country in their route is allowed. Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours. The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:

    Humanitarian corridor

    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Flights to and from the UK are banned from 00:01 on Tuesday 22 December. Cargo flights will not be affected by the new restrictions. The ban is in effect until 8 February 2021.

    See also:
    Commission adopts Recommendation on EU coordinated approach to travel and transport in response to a new variant of coronavirus in the UK (22 December 2020)

    ____________________

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Hungary: Except for 24 December when no curfew will apply, there is a nationwide curfew between 8pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Please monitor local media for further announcements.
    Budapest Airport is open, but travel disruption and short notice flight cancellations are possible. Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19. There is a nationwide curfew between 8pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, gyms and indoor swimming pools) and restaurants remain closed. Food take away and delivery is allowed. Professional sports events may only take place behind closed doors, while amateur team sports activities are banned. Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed. Hotels may not receive tourists, only business travellers. Events and official gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals. Except for pharmacies and petrol stations, shops and service providers (eg. hairdressers) must close by 7pm. It is mandatory to wear a face mask on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices. Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine. Wearing face masks is also compulsory in some outdoor public areas of towns or cities with a population of more than 10,000. However, it is not compulsory to wear a mask during sports activities, in public parks or other green spaces. Visitors to hospitals and social care facilities are banned. High schools and universities are closed, with lessons conducted online. Nurseries, kindergartens and elementary schools stay open with weekly testing of teachers. Street parking is free of charge nationwide, to reduce crowds on public transport. Parking is also free of charge between 7pm and 7am in commercial parking facilities located in residential areas. The above measures and restrictions will remain in place until at least 11 January. Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions. The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website.

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    04.01.2021
  • Hungary Latest News: Hungary government bans passenger planes from U.K. until 8 February 2021 (Reuters, 22.12.2020). Hungary’s government opens borders to Poland, the Czech Rep. and Slovakia with a fresh negative coronavirus test (CNA, 01.09.2020). Hungary to close its borders to foreign nationals from 1 September (GardaWorld, 31.08.2020). Wizz Air will reduce flights from 7 September as government closes borders to foreigners (Channel News Asia, 30.08.2020). Government to close country’s borders to foreigners from 1 September following increase in COVID-19 infections (Reuters, 28.08.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    Hungary has announced they will be restricting flights to/from the UK from 00:01 Tuesday 22 December. These restrictions are additional to measures outlined below. Cargo flights will not be affected by the new restrictions.
    *From within the EU:

    Specific measures for the new variant of coronavirus

    Flights to and from the UK are banned from 00:01 on Tuesday 22 December. Cargo flights will not be affected by the new restrictions. The ban is in effect until 8 February 2021.

    See also:
    Commission adopts Recommendation on EU coordinated approach to travel and transport in response to a new variant of coronavirus in the UK (22 December 2020)

    ____________________

    Entry from EU Member States and Schengen Associated countries is generally not allowed in lack of a special reason (such as business purposes).

    Military convoys and business or diplomatic trips can be exempted from the regulations. Furthermore, an exemption may be granted by the police if entry also is for court, administrative, family, health, education or other legitimate reasons and if health screening is negative; however, also exempted people have to self-quarantine for 10 days. The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Hungarian citizens returning from high-risk countries will have to quarantine, unless they undergo a double testing procedure, providing the negative results of 2 PCR tests not older than five days and taken with a time difference of 48 hours. It is possible to perform the 2 PCR tests upon arrival in Hungary as well. The first test can be also performed in a Schengen country, the United States or Canada.

    The same procedure (quarantine/double PCR testing) applies to foreign students and foreign citizens with reasonable grounds to enter.

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

    Find out more:

    Consular Services (Hungarian)
    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    Travellers can transit Hungary provided that they undergo a medical check-up upon entry. Furthermore, satisfactory proof of the objective and destination of their travel has to be provided, confirming that their entry to the destination country and neighbouring country in their route is allowed. Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours. The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:

    Humanitarian corridor

    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Hungary: Except for 24 December when no curfew will apply, there is a nationwide curfew between 8pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Please monitor local media for further announcements.
    Budapest Airport is open, but travel disruption and short notice flight cancellations are possible. Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19. There is a nationwide curfew between 8pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, gyms and indoor swimming pools) and restaurants remain closed. Food take away and delivery is allowed. Professional sports events may only take place behind closed doors, while amateur team sports activities are banned. Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed. Hotels may not receive tourists, only business travellers. Events and official gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals. Except for pharmacies and petrol stations, shops and service providers (eg. hairdressers) must close by 7pm. It is mandatory to wear a face mask on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices. Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine. Wearing face masks is also compulsory in some outdoor public areas of towns or cities with a population of more than 10,000. However, it is not compulsory to wear a mask during sports activities, in public parks or other green spaces. Visitors to hospitals and social care facilities are banned. High schools and universities are closed, with lessons conducted online. Nurseries, kindergartens and elementary schools stay open with weekly testing of teachers. Street parking is free of charge nationwide, to reduce crowds on public transport. Parking is also free of charge between 7pm and 7am in commercial parking facilities located in residential areas. The above measures and restrictions will remain in place until at least 11 January. Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions. The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website.

    Read more
    28.12.2020
  • Hungary Latest News: Hungary government bans passenger planes from U.K. until 8 February 2021 (Reuters, 22.12.2020). Hungary’s government opens borders to Poland, the Czech Rep. and Slovakia with a fresh negative coronavirus test (CNA, 01.09.2020). Hungary to close its borders to foreign nationals from 1 September (GardaWorld, 31.08.2020). Wizz Air will reduce flights from 7 September as government closes borders to foreigners (Channel News Asia, 30.08.2020). Government to close country’s borders to foreigners from 1 September following increase in COVID-19 infections (Reuters, 28.08.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    Hungary has announced they will be restricting flights to/from the UK from 00:01 Tuesday 22 December. These restrictions are additional to measures outlined below. Cargo flights will not be affected by the new restrictions.
    *From within the EU:

    Entry Restrictions

    Entry from EU Member States + Schengen Associated countries is generally not allowed without a special reason (such as business purposes). 

    As of December 22th, because of the comparison of a new version of Covid-19 that is accelerating the spread of the epidemic, the government decided to impose a ban on flights from the UK. 

    Rules and Exceptions

    Military convoys and business or diplomatic trips can be exempted from the regulations. Furthermore, an exemption may be granted by the police if entry also is for court, administrative, family, health, education or other legitimate reasons and if health screening is negative; however, also exempted people have to self-quarantine for 10 days. The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Hungarian citizens returning from high-risk countries will have to quarantine, unless they undergo a double testing procedure, providing the negative results of 2 PCR tests not older than five days and taken with a time difference of 48 hours. It is possible to perform the 2 PCR tests upon arrival in Hungary as well. The first test can be also performed in a Schengen country, the United States or Canada.

    The same procedure (quarantine/double PCR testing) applies to foreign students and foreign citizens with reasonable grounds to enter.

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

    Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometre lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometre lane from the border of the neighbouring state for less than 24 hours.

    Find out more:

    Consular Services (Hungarian)

    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    Travellers can transit Hungary provided that they undergo a medical check-up upon entry. Furthermore, satisfactory proof of the objective and destination of their travel has to be provided, confirming that their entry to the destination country and neighbouring country in their route is allowed. Citizens of neighbouring states and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometres from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours. The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:

    Humanitarian corridor

    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Hungary: Except for 24 December when no curfew will apply, there is a nationwide curfew between 8pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Please monitor local media for further announcements.
    Budapest Airport is open, but travel disruption and short notice flight cancellations are possible. Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19. There is a nationwide curfew between 8pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, gyms and indoor swimming pools) and restaurants remain closed. Food take away and delivery is allowed. Professional sports events may only take place behind closed doors, while amateur team sports activities are banned. Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed. Hotels may not receive tourists, only business travellers. Events and official gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals. Except for pharmacies and petrol stations, shops and service providers (eg. hairdressers) must close by 7pm. It is mandatory to wear a face mask on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices. Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine. Wearing face masks is also compulsory in some outdoor public areas of towns or cities with a population of more than 10,000. However, it is not compulsory to wear a mask during sports activities, in public parks or other green spaces. Visitors to hospitals and social care facilities are banned. High schools and universities are closed, with lessons conducted online. Nurseries, kindergartens and elementary schools stay open with weekly testing of teachers. Street parking is free of charge nationwide, to reduce crowds on public transport. Parking is also free of charge between 7pm and 7am in commercial parking facilities located in residential areas. The above measures and restrictions will remain in place until at least 11 January. Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions. The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website.

    Read more
    24.12.2020
  • Hungary Latest News: Hungary government bans passenger planes from U.K. until 8 February 2021 (Reuters, 22.12.2020). Hungary’s government opens borders to Poland, the Czech Rep. and Slovakia with a fresh negative coronavirus test (CNA, 01.09.2020). Hungary to close its borders to foreign nationals from 1 September (GardaWorld, 31.08.2020). Wizz Air will reduce flights from 7 September as government closes borders to foreigners (Channel News Asia, 30.08.2020). Government to close country’s borders to foreigners from 1 September following increase in COVID-19 infections (Reuters, 28.08.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    Hungary has announced they will be restricting flights to/from the UK from 00:01 Tuesday 22 December. These restrictions are additional to measures outlined below. Cargo flights will not be affected by the new restrictions.
    *From within the EU:

    Entry Restrictions

    Entry from EU Member States + Schengen Associated countries is generally not allowed without a special reason (such as business purposes). 

    Rules and Exceptions

    Military convoys and business or diplomatic trips can be exempted from the regulations. Furthermore, exemption may be granted by the police if entry also is for court, administrative, family, health, education or other legitimate reasons and if health screening is negative; however, also exempted people have to self-quarantine for 10 days. The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Hungarian citizens returning from high-risk countries will have to quarantine, unless they undergo a double testing procedure, providing the negative results of 2 PCR tests not older than five days and taken with a time difference of 48 hours. It is possible to perform the 2 PCR tests upon arrival in Hungary as well. The first test can be also performed in a Schengen country, the United States or Canada.

    The same procedure (quarantine/double PCR testing) applies to foreign students and foreign citizens with reasonable grounds to enter.

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

    Citizens of neighboring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometers from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometer lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometer lane from the border of the neighboring state for less than 24 hours.

    Find out more:

    Consular Services (Hungarian)

    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    Travellers can transit Hungary provided that they undergo a medical check-up upon entry. Furthermore, satisfactory proof of the objective and destination of their travel has to be provided, confirming that their entry to the destination country and neighbouring country in their route is allowed. Citizens of neighboring states and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometers from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours. The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:

    Humanitarian corridor

    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Hungary: Except for 24 December when no curfew will apply, there is a nationwide curfew between 8pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Please monitor local media for further announcements.
    Budapest Airport is open, but travel disruption and short notice flight cancellations are possible. Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19. There is a nationwide curfew between 8pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, gyms and indoor swimming pools) and restaurants remain closed. Food take away and delivery is allowed. Professional sports events may only take place behind closed doors, while amateur team sports activities are banned. Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed. Hotels may not receive tourists, only business travellers. Events and official gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals. Except for pharmacies and petrol stations, shops and service providers (eg. hairdressers) must close by 7pm. It is mandatory to wear a face mask on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices. Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine. Wearing face masks is also compulsory in some outdoor public areas of towns or cities with a population of more than 10,000. However, it is not compulsory to wear a mask during sports activities, in public parks or other green spaces. Visitors to hospitals and social care facilities are banned. High schools and universities are closed, with lessons conducted online. Nurseries, kindergartens and elementary schools stay open with weekly testing of teachers. Street parking is free of charge nationwide, to reduce crowds on public transport. Parking is also free of charge between 7pm and 7am in commercial parking facilities located in residential areas. The above measures and restrictions will remain in place until at least 11 January. Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions. The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website.

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    22.12.2020
  • Hungary Latest News: Hungary’s government opens borders to Poland, the Czech Rep. and Slovakia with a fresh negative coronavirus test (CNA, 01.09.2020). Hungary to close its borders to foreign nationals from 1 September (GardaWorld, 31.08.2020). Wizz Air will reduce flights from 7 September as government closes borders to foreigners (Channel News Asia, 30.08.2020). Government to close country’s borders to foreigners from 1 September following increase in COVID-19 infections (Reuters, 28.08.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Entry Restrictions

    Entry from EU Member States + Schengen Associated countries is generally not allowed without a special reason

    Rules and Exceptions

    Military convoys and business or diplomatic trips can be exempted from the regulations. Furthermore, exemption may be granted by the police if entry also is for court, administrative, family, health, education or other legitimate reasons and if health screening is negative; however, also exempted people have to self-quarantine for 10 days. The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Hungarian citizens returning from high-risk countries will have to quarantine, unless they undergo a double testing procedure, providing the negative results of 2 PCR tests not older than five days and taken with a time difference of 48 hours. It is possible to perform the 2 PCR tests upon arrival in Hungary as well. The first test can be also performed in a Schengen country, the United States or Canada.

    The same procedure (quarantine/double testing) applies to foreign students and foreign citizens with reasonable grounds to enter.

    Hungarian citizens may return home from abroad without restrictions if the reason for the trip was a business or economic activity. 

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

    Citizens of neighboring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometers from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometer lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometer lane from the border of the neighboring state for less than 24 hours.

    Find out more:

    Consular Services (Hungarian)

    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    Travellers can transit Hungary provided that they undergo a medical check-up upon entry. Furthermore, satisfactory proof of the objective and destination of their travel has to be provided, confirming that their entry to the destination country and neighbouring country in their route is allowed. Citizens of neighboring states and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometers from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours. The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:

    Humanitarian corridor

    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from third countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Hungary: Budapest Airport is open, but travel disruption and short notice flight cancellations are possible. Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19. There is a nationwide curfew between 8pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. The government will decide on 21 December whether to suspend the curfew for the night of 24 December. Please monitor local media for further announcements. Leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, gyms and indoor swimming pools) and restaurants remain closed. Food take away and delivery is allowed. Professional sports events may only take place behind closed doors, while amateur team sports activities are banned. Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed. Hotels may not receive tourists, only business travellers. Events and official gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals. Except for pharmacies and petrol stations, shops and service providers (eg. hairdressers) must close by 7pm. It is mandatory to wear a face mask on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices. Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine. Wearing face masks is also compulsory in some outdoor public areas of towns or cities with a population of more than 10,000. However, it is not compulsory to wear a mask during sports activities, in public parks or other green spaces. Visitors to hospitals and social care facilities are banned. High schools and universities are closed, with lessons conducted online. Nurseries, kindergartens and elementary schools stay open with weekly testing of teachers. Street parking is free of charge nationwide, to reduce crowds on public transport. Parking is also free of charge between 7pm and 7am in commercial parking facilities located in residential areas. The above measures and restrictions will remain in place until at least 11 January. Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions. The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website.

    Read more
    15.12.2020
  • Hungary Latest News: Hungary’s government opens borders to Poland, the Czech Rep. and Slovakia with a fresh negative coronavirus test (CNA, 01.09.2020). Hungary to close its borders to foreign nationals from 1 September (GardaWorld, 31.08.2020). Wizz Air will reduce flights from 7 September as government closes borders to foreigners (Channel News Asia, 30.08.2020). Government to close country’s borders to foreigners from 1 September following increase in COVID-19 infections (Reuters, 28.08.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Entry Restrictions

    Entry from EU Member States + Schengen Associated countries is generally not allowed without a special reason

    Rules and Exceptions

    Military convoys and business or diplomatic trips can be exempted from the regulations. Furthermore, exemption may be granted by the police if entry also is for court, administrative, family, health, education or other legitimate reasons and if health screening is negative; however, also exempted people have to self-quarantine for 10 days. The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.
    Foreign students will have to produce negative tests to be allowed to study in Hungary. Hungarian citizens returning from high-risk countries will have to quarantine, unless they undergo a double testing procedure, providing the negative results of 2 PCR tests not older than five days and taken with a time difference of 48 hours. It is possible to perform the 2 PCR tests upon arrival in Hungary as well.  Hungarian citizens may return home from abroad without restrictions if the reason for the trip was a business or economic activity.

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions. Citizens of neighboring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometers from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometer lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometer lane from the border of the neighboring state for less than 24 hours.

    Find out more:

    Consular Services (Hungarian)

    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    Travellers can transit Hungary provided that they undergo a medical check-up upon entry. Furthermore, satisfactory proof of the objective and destination of their travel has to be provided, confirming that their entry to the destination country and neighbouring country in their route is allowed. Citizens of neighboring states and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometers from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours. The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:

    Humanitarian corridor

    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from Third-countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Hungary: Budapest Airport is open, but travel disruption and short notice flight cancellations are possible. Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19. There is a nationwide curfew between 8pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. The government will decide on 21 December whether to suspend the curfew for the night of 24 December. Please monitor local media for further announcements. Leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, gyms and indoor swimming pools) and restaurants remain closed. Food take away and delivery is allowed. Professional sports events may only take place behind closed doors, while amateur team sports activities are banned. Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed. Hotels may not receive tourists, only business travellers. Events and official gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals. Except for pharmacies and petrol stations, shops and service providers (eg. hairdressers) must close by 7pm. It is mandatory to wear a face mask on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices. Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine. Wearing face masks is also compulsory in some outdoor public areas of towns or cities with a population of more than 10,000. However, it is not compulsory to wear a mask during sports activities, in public parks or other green spaces. Visitors to hospitals and social care facilities are banned. High schools and universities are closed, with lessons conducted online. Nurseries, kindergartens and elementary schools stay open with weekly testing of teachers. Street parking is free of charge nationwide, to reduce crowds on public transport. Parking is also free of charge between 7pm and 7am in commercial parking facilities located in residential areas. The above measures and restrictions will remain in place until at least 11 January. Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions. The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website.

    Read more
    14.12.2020
  • Hungary Latest News: Hungary’s government opens borders to Poland, the Czech Rep. and Slovakia with a fresh negative coronavirus test (CNA, 01.09.2020). Hungary to close its borders to foreign nationals from 1 September (GardaWorld, 31.08.2020). Wizz Air will reduce flights from 7 September as government closes borders to foreigners (Channel News Asia, 30.08.2020). Government to close country’s borders to foreigners from 1 September following increase in COVID-19 infections (Reuters, 28.08.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Entry Restrictions

    Entry from EU Member States + Schengen Associated countries is generally not allowed without a special reason

    Rules and Exceptions

    Military convoys and business or diplomatic trips can be exempted from the regulations. Furthermore, exemption may be granted by the police if entry also is for court, administrative, family, health, education or other legitimate reasons and if health screening is negative; however, also exempted people have to self-quarantine for 10 days. The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.
    Foreign students will have to produce negative tests to be allowed to study in Hungary. Hungarian citizens returning from high-risk countries will have to quarantine, unless they undergo a double testing procedure, providing the negative results of 2 PCR tests not older than five days and taken with a time difference of 48 hours. It is possible to perform the 2 PCR tests upon arrival in Hungary as well.  Hungarian citizens may return home from abroad without restrictions if the reason for the trip was a business or economic activity.

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions. Citizens of neighboring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometers from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometer lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometer lane from the border of the neighboring state for less than 24 hours.

    Find out more:

    Consular Services (Hungarian)

    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    Travellers can transit Hungary provided that they undergo a medical check-up upon entry. Furthermore, satisfactory proof of the objective and destination of their travel has to be provided, confirming that their entry to the destination country and neighbouring country in their route is allowed. Citizens of neighboring states and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometers from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours. The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:

    Humanitarian corridor

    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from Third-countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Hungary: Budapest Airport is open, but travel disruption and short notice flight cancellations are possible.
    Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19. There is a nationwide curfew between 8pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. The government will decide on 21 December whether to suspend the curfew for the night of 24 December. Please monitor local media for further announcements.
    Leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, gyms and indoor swimming pools) and restaurants remain closed. Food take away and delivery is allowed. Professional sports events may only take place behind closed doors, while amateur team sports activities are banned. Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed. Hotels may not receive tourists, only business travellers. Events and official gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals. Except for pharmacies and petrol stations, shops and service providers (eg. hairdressers) must close by 7pm.
    The government has introduced dedicated shopping hours for older people. On weekdays between 9am and 11am, and on weekends between 8am and 10am, only people above 65 years of age may shop in supermarkets, drugstores and pharmacies.
    It is mandatory to wear a face mask on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices. Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine.
    Wearing face masks is also compulsory in some outdoor public areas of towns or cities with a population of more than 10,000. However, it is not compulsory to wear a mask during sports activities, in public parks or other green spaces.
    Visitors to hospitals and social care facilities are banned. High schools and universities are closed, with lessons conducted online. Nurseries, kindergartens and elementary schools stay open with weekly testing of teachers. Street parking is free of charge nationwide, to reduce crowds on public transport.
    Parking is also free of charge between 7pm and 7am in commercial parking facilities located in residential areas. The above measures and restrictions will remain in place until at least 11 January.
    Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions. The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website.

    .
    *Resident permits: Foreign nationals living in Hungary should note that the National Directorate General for Aliens Policing has introduced changes in in-person appointments to help reduce the spread of the virus. If you have been residing for over three months, and trying to register your stay, you should visit the webpage of the National Directorate General for Aliens Policing for guidance on how to do this.

    Read more
    11.12.2020
  • Hungary Latest News: Hungary’s government opens borders to Poland, the Czech Rep. and Slovakia with a fresh negative coronavirus test (CNA, 01.09.2020). Hungary to close its borders to foreign nationals from 1 September (GardaWorld, 31.08.2020). Wizz Air will reduce flights from 7 September as government closes borders to foreigners (Channel News Asia, 30.08.2020). Government to close country’s borders to foreigners from 1 September following increase in COVID-19 infections (Reuters, 28.08.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Entry Restrictions

    Entry from EU Member States + Schengen Associated countries is generally not allowed without a special reason

    Rules and Exceptions

    Military convoys and business or diplomatic trips can be exempted from the regulations. Furthermore, exemption may be granted by the police if entry also is for court, administrative, family, health, education or other legitimate reasons and if health screening is negative; however, also exempted people have to self-quarantine for 10 days. The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.
    Foreign students will have to produce negative tests to be allowed to study in Hungary. Hungarian citizens returning from high-risk countries will have to quarantine, unless they undergo a double testing procedure, providing the negative results of 2 PCR tests not older than five days and taken with a time difference of 48 hours. It is possible to perform the 2 PCR tests upon arrival in Hungary as well.  Hungarian citizens may return home from abroad without restrictions if the reason for the trip was a business or economic activity.

    Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions. Citizens of neighboring states and Hungarian citizens living there may enter the territory within a distance of 30 kilometers from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours. Hungarians living in this 30-kilometer lane can also enter if they have stayed in the 30-kilometer lane from the border of the neighboring state for less than 24 hours.

    Find out more:

    Consular Services (Hungarian)

    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    Travellers can transit Hungary provided that they undergo a medical check-up upon entry. Furthermore, satisfactory proof of the objective and destination of their travel has to be provided, confirming that their entry to the destination country and neighbouring country in their route is allowed. Citizens of neighboring states and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometers from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours. The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:

    Humanitarian corridor

    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from Third-countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Hungary: Budapest Airport is open, but travel disruption and short notice flight cancellations are possible. Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19. There is a nationwide curfew between 8pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, gyms and indoor swimming pools) and restaurants remain closed. Food take away and delivery is allowed. Professional sports events may only take place behind closed doors, while amateur team sports activities are banned. Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed. Hotels may not receive tourists, only business travellers. Events and official gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals. Except for pharmacies and petrol stations, shops and service providers (eg. hairdressers) must close by 7pm. On 24 November, the government introduced dedicated shopping hours for older people. On weekdays between 9am and 11am, and on weekends between 8am and 10am, only people above 65 years of age may shop in supermarkets, drugstores and pharmacies. It is mandatory to wear a face mask on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices. Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine. Wearing face masks is also compulsory in some outdoor public areas of towns or cities with a population of more than 10,000. However, it is not compulsory to wear a mask during sports activities, in public parks or other green spaces. Visitors to hospitals and social care facilities are banned. High schools and universities are closed, with lessons conducted online. Nurseries, kindergartens and elementary schools stay open with weekly testing of teachers/ Street parking is free of charge nationwide, to reduce crowds on public transport. Parking is also free of charge between 7pm and 7am in commercial parking facilities located in residential areas. Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions. The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website.

    .
    *Resident permits: Foreign nationals living in Hungary should note that the National Directorate General for Aliens Policing has introduced changes in in-person appointments to help reduce the spread of the virus. If you have been residing for over three months, and trying to register your stay, you should visit the webpage of the National Directorate General for Aliens Policing for guidance on how to do this.

    Read more
    08.12.2020
  • Hungary Latest News: Hungary’s government opens borders to Poland, the Czech Rep. and Slovakia with a fresh negative coronavirus test (CNA, 01.09.2020). Hungary to close its borders to foreign nationals from 1 September (GardaWorld, 31.08.2020). Wizz Air will reduce flights from 7 September as government closes borders to foreigners (Channel News Asia, 30.08.2020). Government to close country’s borders to foreigners from 1 September following increase in COVID-19 infections (Reuters, 28.08.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Entry Restrictions

    Entry from EU Member States + Schengen Associated countries is generally not allowed without a special reason. Citizens of Czechia, Poland and Slovakia are allowed to enter Hungary if they show a negative coronavirus test not older than five days.

    Rules and Exceptions

    Military convoys and business or diplomatic trips can be exempted from the regulations. Furthermore, exemption may be granted by the police if entry also is for court, administrative, family, health, education or other legitimate reasons and if health screening is negative; however, also exempted people have to self-quarantine for 10 days. The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.
    Foreign students will have to produce negative tests to be allowed to study in Hungary. Hungarian citizens returning from high-risk countries will have to quarantine, unless they undergo a double testing procedure, providing the negative results of 2 PCR tests not older than five days and taken with a time difference of 48 hours. It is possible to perform the 2 PCR tests upon arrival in Hungary as well. Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

    Find out more:

    Consular Services (Hungarian)
    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    Travellers can transit Hungary provided that they undergo a medical check-up upon entry. Furthermore, satisfactory proof of the objective and destination of their travel has to be provided, confirming that their entry to the destination country and neighbouring country in their route is allowed. Citizens of neighboring states and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometers from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours. The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:

    Humanitarian corridor

    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from EU Member States + Schengen Associated countries as well as entry from Third-countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Hungary: Budapest Airport is open, but travel disruption and short notice flight cancellations are possible. Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19. There is a nationwide curfew between 8pm and 5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter from your employer) that they are working, or commuting to and/or from work, and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. Leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theatres, gyms and indoor swimming pools) and restaurants remain closed. Food take away and delivery is allowed. Professional sports events may only take place behind closed doors, while amateur team sports activities are banned. Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed. Hotels may not receive tourists, only business travellers. Events and official gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals. Except for pharmacies and petrol stations, shops and service providers (eg. hairdressers) must close by 7pm. On 24 November, the government introduced dedicated shopping hours for older people. On weekdays between 9am and 11am, and on weekends between 8am and 10am, only people above 65 years of age may shop in supermarkets, drugstores and pharmacies. It is mandatory to wear a face mask on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices. Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine. Wearing face masks is also compulsory in some outdoor public areas of towns or cities with a population of more than 10,000. However, it is not compulsory to wear a mask during sports activities, in public parks or other green spaces. Visitors to hospitals and social care facilities are banned. High schools and universities are closed, with lessons conducted online. Nurseries, kindergartens and elementary schools stay open with weekly testing of teachers/ Street parking is free of charge nationwide, to reduce crowds on public transport. Parking is also free of charge between 7pm and 7am in commercial parking facilities located in residential areas. Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions. The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website.

    .
    *Resident permits: Foreign nationals living in Hungary should note that the National Directorate General for Aliens Policing has introduced changes in in-person appointments to help reduce the spread of the virus. If you have been residing for over three months, and trying to register your stay, you should visit the webpage of the National Directorate General for Aliens Policing for guidance on how to do this.

    Read more
    24.11.2020
  • Hungary Latest News: Hungary’s government opens borders to Poland, the Czech Rep. and Slovakia with a fresh negative coronavirus test (CNA, 01.09.2020). Hungary to close its borders to foreign nationals from 1 September (GardaWorld, 31.08.2020). Wizz Air will reduce flights from 7 September as government closes borders to foreigners (Channel News Asia, 30.08.2020). Government to close country’s borders to foreigners from 1 September following increase in COVID-19 infections (Reuters, 28.08.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Entry Restrictions

    Entry from EU Member States + Schengen Associated countries is generally not allowed without a special reason. Citizens of Czechia, Poland and Slovakia are allowed to enter Hungary if they show a negative coronavirus test not older than five days.

    Rules and Exceptions

    Military convoys and business or diplomatic trips can be exempted from the regulations. Furthermore, exemption may be granted by the police if entry also is for court, administrative, family, health, education or other legitimate reasons and if health screening is negative; however, also exempted people have to self-quarantine for 10 days. The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.
    Foreign students will have to produce negative tests to be allowed to study in Hungary. Hungarian citizens returning from high-risk countries will have to quarantine, unless they undergo a double testing procedure, providing the negative results of 2 PCR tests not older than five days and taken with a time difference of 48 hours. It is possible to perform the 2 PCR tests upon arrival in Hungary as well. Those who can prove with either a Hungarian or English language document that they have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (e.g.: PCR test results, verification by a health service provider or authority) can enter Hungary without restrictions.

    Find out more:

    Consular Services (Hungarian)
    Information from Budapest Airport

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    Travellers can transit Hungary provided that they undergo a medical check-up upon entry. Furthermore, satisfactory proof of the objective and destination of their travel has to be provided, confirming that their entry to the destination country and neighbouring country in their route is allowed. Citizens of neighboring states and Hungarian citizens living there could enter the territory of Hungary within a distance of 30 kilometers from the state border for a maximum of 24 hours. The humanitarian corridor for commuters transiting Hungary remains open.

    Find out more:

    Humanitarian corridor

    Safety measures

    *From Third Countries:

    Entry from EU Member States + Schengen Associated countries as well as entry from Third-countries is generally not allowed without a special reason.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Hungary: Budapest Airport is open, but travel disruption and short notice flight cancellations are possible. Everyone should comply with the measures put in place in Hungary to limit the spread of COVID-19. As of 11 November the nationwide curfew is between 8pm-5am, except for people who can provide evidence (such as a letter by your employer) that they are working or commuting to and from work and those walking their pets within 500 metres of their residence. You should generally not be outside your place of residence during these hours. As of 11 November a series of restrictive measures are in force. Leisure facilities (including zoos, museums, theaters, gyms and indoor swimming pools) and restaurants are to be closed. Food take away and delivery is allowed. Professional sports events may only take place behind closed doors, while amateur team sports activities are banned. Individual outdoor sporting activities are allowed. Hotels may not receive tourists, only business travellers. Events and official gatherings are banned. Family and private gatherings are allowed up to ten people. Civil and church weddings may only take place with immediate family present and with no reception. A maximum of 50 people may attend funerals. Except for pharmacies and petrol stations, shops and service providers (eg. hairdressers) must close by 7pm. It is mandatory to wear a face mask on public transport and taxis, in shops, health and social care institutions, and public offices. Compliance with the rules is monitored and violators can face a fine. Wearing face masks is also compulsory in some outdoor public areas of towns or cities with a population of more than 10,000. However, it is not compulsory to wear a mask during sports activities, in public parks or other green spaces. Visitors to hospitals and social care facilities are banned. As of 11 November, high schools and universities are to be closed, with lessons conducted online. Nurseries, kindergartens and elementary schools stay open with weekly testing of teachers. Parking nationwide is currently free of charge, to reduce crowds on public transport. Local authorities have some powers to introduce additional restrictions, so follow local instructions. The full details are set out on the Hungarian government website
    .
    *Resident permits: Foreign nationals living in Hungary should note that the National Directorate General for Aliens Policing has introduced changes in in-person appointments to help reduce the spread of the virus. If you have been residing for over three months, and trying to register your stay, you should visit the webpage of the National Directorate General for Aliens Policing for guidance on how to do this.

    Read more
    17.11.2020
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    Hungarian Government/
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