The pity of it is that they spent a great deal of money remodeling terminal 1 and it is quite a lovely little terminal. The railroad tracks go by it from Nyugati train station. Now those wanting to take the train from the city will need to get off and continue by bus to terminal 2. Ah, Malév, what a domino effect you have created.
Two is greater than one. When you are number two you have to try harder. Two has double the power of one. One is the loneliest number you’ll ever know. Just ask Three Dog Night or click here for a diversion.
What the heck is this post about, you may be asking? Well, it is official. As of May 29th, the airport formerly known as Ferihegy 1, currently known as Ferenc Liszt Terminal 1 will be called “Closed” or “Zarva”. From May 30th onward, all budget airlines that were once flying out of terminal 1 will now be moved to terminal 2A and 2B depending on whether or not the flight is within the Schengen zone or not.