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Modified Rules of Entry to Hungary

Passenger traffic at Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport is also slowly, gradually restarting.

D&T
May 4, 2020

A bulletin by Budapest Airport reminds travelers that pursuant to a government decree published on April 30, the rules of entry to Hungary have changed. Hungarian citizens arriving home from the Czech Republic, Poland, Germany, Austria, Slovakia and South Korea are not obliged to enter home quarantine.

The pre-condition for this is that the Hungarian citizen should be the manager or employee of a company registered in Hungary or one of the above countries which is an affiliated company of another company operating in one of the above state. Upon entry, passengers must provide evidence that they are traveling on business.

The decree also stipulates that Czech, Polish, German, Austrian, Slovakian and South Korean citizens may enter Hungary without individual exemption if they are traveling to Hungary from the country of which they are citizens and they are traveling on business between the two affiliated companies. Upon entry, they must provide evidence that they are traveling on business.

The travel restrictions prescribed by government decree no. 81/2020 (IV. 1.) continue to apply to all other Hungarian and foreign citizens regarding entry to Hungary.

The airport bulletin also points out that aviation, which came to a virtually complete halt due to the pandemic, is starting to reawaken throughout Europe, and, following recent airline announcements, passenger traffic at Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport is also slowly, gradually restarting. The building sections closed due to the drop in traffic caused by the pandemic will be gradually reopened, as traffic returns.

Check-in counters operate at Terminal 2B, whilst passenger security screening is located at Terminal 2A. To minimize physical contact, the airport operator asks passengers flying from Budapest to use online check-in.

Pursuant to a currently valid government decree, passengers may only enter food and beverage outlets at the airport to order food, and, following payment and the handover of their order, they may not be present therein. Food and beverage outlets are currently operational in the check-in hall at Terminal 2B and at the FoodCourt. The retail outlets in the transit area are closed. The SPAR supermarket located on the departure level of Terminal 2B remains open.

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