Budapest airport transforms passenger traffic with bud:connects

Budapest airport transforms passenger traffic with bud:connects


Partnership with Hungarian hub will result in smooth and efficient travel for self-connecting passengers

Budapest airport and are joining forces this summer to create an initiative to transform passenger traffic through the gateway of the Hungarian capital city.

Christening the product bud:connects, the partnership will bring about smooth and efficient travel for transferring passengers taking out the hassle, questions and potential glitches that may accompany self-connection.

With a growing number of passengers moving away from traditional booking practices, creating their own itineraries and transferring by themselves, bud:connects will be perfectly placed to tap into this growing trend.

“Everyone has the desire to have the smoothest of journeys through an airport, and our desire is to do everything we can to ensure this,” Budapest airport’s CCO, Kam Jandu said.

“Partnering with is a key element to significantly improving the overall airport experience we have to offer at Budapest.”’s technology to transform Budapest airport into important transport junction

Budapest Ferenc Liszt international aims to become one of the most successful airports in Central and Eastern Europe in terms of passenger growth, service quality and operational efficiency.

The new partnership is set to improve passengers’ airport and travel experiences while transferring between flights or travelling to and from the airport.

In order to accommodate the growing number of self-transferring passengers, our unique technology of Virtual Interlining and our multi-modal approach to travel can provide a cutting-edge service for Budapest airport.

Our expertise lies in combining various modes of transport which do not normally cooperate with each other — whether they are in the air or on the ground. This way we allow passengers to find the best routes, hassle-free.

Partnering with Budapest airport is yet another step to make travel better for everyone.