Budapest Airport in the top league of European airports again

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Date: Thu, 23 Jul 2015 23:24:39 +0200

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Budapest Airport newsletter - 2015/07.


Budapest Airport in the top league of European airports again


 ● Cappadocia is the ancient name of a historical region of Turkey in Asia Minor ● A number of unique sights can be found here, including the strangely shaped ’fairy chimneys’, the moonscape of the Göreme Valley, the Göreme National Park, the rock temples, and the famous underground cities. ● Can be reached from Budapest with Pegasus Airlines, and Turkish Airlines changing flights in Istanbul


 ● Beijing is one of the most populous cities in the world with almost 20 million residents. Palaces of ancient rulers just shine against the backdrop of lush green parks, glistening skyscrapers, and all the luxury offered in stores of the modern metropolis. ● Accessible from Budapest since 1 May 2015, with direct flights by Air China


 ● The vibrant cultural life of Edinburgh is dominated by festivals throughout the year with the most prestigious Edinburgh Festival among them, and, linked with it, The Fringe, the world leading international art festival.
  ● Direct flights to the Scottish city from Budapest are offered by

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