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Qantas Airways To Budapest Flight Schedule

Route

Airline

Duration

 

BUD CCU

3h 45m

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BUD BLR

0h 15m

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BUD AMD

3h 40m

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BUD BDQ

3h 20m

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BUD PAT

2h 20m

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BUD HYD

0h 20m

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About Qantas Airways

The Qantas Airways is one of the leading airlines in Australia as it has developed gradually in tandem with the civil aviation development in the continent. Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services Ltd, knows as Qantas, was established on 16th November 1920 by Sir Hudson Fysh KBE DFC, Paul McGinness DFC DCM and Sir Fergus McMaster. Presently, Qantas Airways is one of the leading of the world. With world-class hospitality, low air fare, cheap air tickets, online booking service and comprehensive schedule, Qantas Airways has become favourite of the passengers. Around July-September 1959 Qantas Airways acquired seven Boeing 707-138 jet aircrafts. This let the airline expand its route network to more destinations around the world and serve more passengers with Qantas Airways flights. The national animal of Australia, Kangaroo, features on the logo of the airline and its design is adopted from one penny coin of Australia. British Airways bid for a 25 per cent stake in Qantas with an investment worth 665 million Australian dollars in December 1992 and acquired the same in March 1993. Qantas Airways celebrated its 75th anniversary in 1995 and introduced a new logo of a winged kangaroo with words 75 years to mark the milestone.

About Budapest (BUD)

Home to more than two million inhabitants, Budapest is the capital city of Hungary. With friendly atmosphere, world-class music, vibrant night-life, and natural thermal baths, Budapest is among the most congenial and gratifying cities of Europe. It is commonly entitled as ‘Paris of the East’ because of its architecture and remarkable scenic setting. It was acknowledged and added to the UNESCO World Heritage List for the cultural and architectural significance of the Banks of the Danube, the Buda Castle Quarter and Andrássy Avenue in the year 1987. The city has a humid continental, transitional climate, which appends to its oozing likeability among the people. In Budapest there are forty theatres, seven concert halls and an opera house. Outdoor festivals, concerts and lectures enrich the cultural offer of summer, which are often held in historical buildings. You can easily reach the place by taking a flight, which will land up at the Budapest Franz Liszt International Airport. You can also commute through train, which is easily available from almost all countries of central and Eastern Europe. With numerous other benefits, the place provides its visitors with the benefit of 34 night bus lines, through which one can easily roam around the city even in the night time. Prime most attraction of the city includes Royal palace, National gallery, Hunyadi garden etc. One can also enjoy their visit to the artistic museums and galleries. In the winter season, you can enjoy in the Ice-skating ring with your children and siblings. There are multiple ways available here to make your stay a memorable one. From the non-speciality shopping sprees to the lavish party hangouts, from having Hungarian food to sipping a cup of coffee in the specialised coffee shops, Budapest serves it all. For the people seeking a budget-friendly trip, Budapest offers a reasonable stay with a high quality life. When you plan out an outstation trip, first thing that struck your mind is how you would manage the ticket bookings and hotel accommodations. But MakeMyTrip provides a perfect solution to all your worries and endow you with a simple, easy and quick mode to book tickets online. The site also specialises in booking your desired hotel at the location. With cheap offers and beneficial deals, the site bequeaths optimum satisfaction to their customers.

About Budapest Ferihegy Airport

1675 Budapest Ferihegy, PO Box 53, Hungary
Tel: (01) 296 9696/7000 | Fax: (01) 296 5963