Budapest Airport to benefit from new terminal building
The new passenger pier will increase the size and capacity of the airport, including new shops, 27 new gates and 10 new jet bridges
A new terminal building is to be constructed at Budapest's Ferenc Liszt International Airport and will be completed in 2018, it has been revealed.
According to the budflyer blog, terminal B's temporary 'tin hall' building will be demolished to make way for a new passenger pier, which will be a 220m addition to terminal 2B.
According to sources, the new area will increase the size and capacity of the airport, including new shops, 27 new gates and 10 new jet bridges.
The construction of the new pier will begin shortly and until the building is completed passengers will have to board their planes by bus.