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News: Budapest Airport Terminal 1 to be closed

March 20th, 2012

Even though European airlines were quick to react to the collapse of the Hungarian Malev, it seems as though they have not managed to fill the gap.

As as result of the decrease in traffic and financial losses, the company operating Budapest Airport announced that Terminal 1 would be closed down temporarily. This will also imply postponement of the Cargo City project and redundancies among staff.

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Airlines, Airports, Budapest Airport, GermanWings, Malev, WizzAir

Flights grounded. Malev next to collapse?

February 3rd, 2012

We had only just learnt about the collapse of the Spanish carrier Spanair, when the fall of another traditional carrier made it to the headlines.

Today at 5 o’clock GTM the Hungarian flag carrier, Malev, stopped its operations. Its planes are grounded and all you get when entering their website is a short message in Hungarian.

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Airlines, Europe, Malev, News by Continent, Spanair

Malev baggage allowance – new baggage policy

November 10th, 2011

Glad you read our blog, travellers in today’s post of our series looking into the baggage allowance of low-cost airlines as well as traditional carriers, we will find out what is the revised baggage policy of Malev – the most known Hungarian airline.

The following rules are applicable in case of tickets purchased after 30 October 2011.

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Airlines, Baggage allowance, Malev

The weekly update on new routes and services

June 27th, 2011

Hi flyers. Nice to see you back in our weekly preview of aviation news from low-cost airlines as well as traditional carriers.

We start off with two new Nordic services from Air Berlin. Firstly, this low-cost carrier provides now a cheaper alternative on the Hamburg – Reykjavik route and engaging in competition with Lufthansa. Secondly, good new for those who dream of visiting the picturesque isle of Bornholm. Flights Berlin Bornholm are now in operation. Both routes are seasonal and stop to operate in August.

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Air Berlin, Airlines, easyJet, Iberia, Malev, New Routes, Qatar Airways, WizzAir

Wednesday’s deals: Yummi flights from $59

February 16th, 2011

Hello hello our readers!

Let’s have a look at these yummi fares from only $59!

Malev: Europe on sale! Extra cheap return flights!
A very pleasant flight sale’s going on right now and can be found on Malev’s web sites. Book by February 28, 2011 and fly all over Europe through May 31, 2011. Prices drop as low as €99 for return, inclusive of taxes and charges. So hurry up before the best seats sell out!

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Airfare Deals, Delta Airlines, Hawaiian Airlines, Malev

Wednesday’s deals: 2 tickets to Budapest for FREE

February 9th, 2011

Good day everyone!

Are you up for discovering new flight deals with us? Well, let’s have a look what this week has brought up so far.

2 tickets & 2-night stay in hotel for free!
From whatever Malev destination to Budapest plus 2 nights at Boutique Hotel Zara**** including breakfast. That doesn’t sound bad at all! The only thing you have to do is to answer one question and keep your fingers crossed! A lucky winner is going to be informed via e-mail by February 20, 2011. Read more about the contest on myAirDeals.com.         Read more…

Airfare Deals, Airlines, GermanWings, Lufthansa, Malev

Malev: All flights via Budapest 20% off

September 27th, 2010

Malev came up with great news which, we guess, should put temptation in the way of many travellers who fly via Budapest. Long story short: all Malev-routes going via the Hungarian capital are now on sale at 25% discount. Since a great deal of the Malev-flights goes through this city, the choice is pretty broad.

The discounted fares are available until October 01, 2010. When it comes to the travel period, there is no need for haste when packing your things as it begins October 15, 2010 and lasts until May 31, 2011. We can add that fares include complimentary catering on board as befits a classy carrier.

Do you happen to be one of the travellers flying via Budapest? Go to the carriers website.

Airfare Deals, Airlines, Malev

Malev: Play, register and (with a bit of luck) win!

September 6th, 2010

Suppose we ask you how much it takes to set off on a family trip to Budapest including the air tickets, all accommodation expences and some high jinks in the Ramada Resort Aquaworld and additional attractions? €1000? €2000? €3000? Nope, Thanks to Malev all it takes is one minute and a spot of luck. Interested? Do as follows:

Go to the offcial website of Malev and click on the offers tab at the top of the screen. Subsequently open the competition “Play, register and win!” and fill in the competition form consisting of one simple question (the answer whereto you will easily find on the internet) and blanks for the contact details.

You can enter the competion until September 30, 2010. If your luck is in, the flights e.g. from London to Budapest (or any other city close to where you live for that matter) may be yours. Good luck!

Airfare Deals, Airlines, Malev

Malev: One day’s travelling spree

September 1st, 2010

Some things are so good they cannot last very long. Malev provides us with a perfect example of the truth of this statement. The latest promotion launched by this Hungarian carrier starts today (September 1, 2010) 6 pm and lasts precisely 24 hours.

What is so special about this sale? Well, judge yourself. We will just give you a flavour of it.
Paris Budapest from €139
Warsaw Budapest from PLN 389

London Budapest from £75

Just so that there is no misunderstanding – these are return fares inclusive of  refreshments on board as well as a 23-kg free checked baggage allowance. And if you happen to travel the opposite direction – do not worry there is something for you as well. You may namely choose between around 40 destinations. The most affordable amongst the fares start at HUF 22900 for Budapest – Athens.

We say no more. Now for you – grab you keyboard and book here!

Airfare Deals, Airlines, Malev

Malév moves into 95% state ownership

March 1st, 2010

Hungarian airline Malév moves  into 95% state ownership after series of negotiations. All parties involved in Malev’s owneship signed the document on Friday. The remaining 5% retains to AirBridge. The change of ownership is managed by a reduction in the equity of Malév and then a capital increase.

The Hungarian State was involved in the equity increase of Malév in part with cash, and in part with a non-capital contribution through the conversion of earlier debts. The majority holding of the Hungarian State has opened the way to the creation of financial stability for the operation of the airline. At the same time the ongoing, intensive restructuring programme must be continued partly so that the financial rescue of the company consumes the minimum possible taxpayers’ forints, and partly so that the European Union does not declare the role of the Hungarian State as banned state support.  Continue to malev.com for details.

Airlines, Europe, Malev, Other