BUDAPEST AIRPORT TRANSFER
Budapest Ferihegy International Airport (Hungarian: Ferihegyi Nemzetközi Repülőtér or simply Ferihegy) (IATA: BUD, ICAO: LHBP) is the only airport serving the capital city of Budapest, and the largest among the country's five international airports. The airport offers a wide range of international connections primarily within Europe, but also to Asia, the Middle East, and North America. In 2005, the airport served just over 8 million passengers.
The airport is located 16 kilometres (10 miles) east-southeast of the centre of Budapes
Ferihegy is large enough to accept the Boeing 747 and Antonov An-124. Airbus A380 capability is not yet known. Most of the traffic comprises Airbus- and Boeing-derived twinjets, flying to and from European cities, and some long-haul Boeing 767s.
Planes landing from the north (this depends on the wind conditions) will fly low over the Kőbánya district, the location of the largest cemetery in Europe. Weather seldom diverts aircraft. When this does happen, planes usually land at Bratislava or Vienna.
On December 8, 2005, a 75% stake in Ferihegy Airport was bought by BAA plc for 464.5 billion HUF (approx. 2.1 billion USD), including the right of operation for 75 years. 
On 20 October, 2006, BAA plc announce intention to sell its stake in Budapest Airport to a consortium led by the German airports group, HOCHTIEF AirPort GmbH, subject to the consent of the Hungarian State
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