Budapest Airport Terminals: Terminal 2A, Terminal 2B and SkyCourt

Budapest Airport was designed and build in 1939-1944 and used for military purposes during the war, and later reconstructed in 1947-1950 for civil aviation.


Since then, several infrastructures have been built.



Transfer between terminals

To transfer between Terminals 2A and 2B can be easily done by foot.


The terminal is a bit far away than Terminal 2 to the city center and passengers may pick up some transportation method to reach the train station or the metro.




Ferihegy Airport has two terminals: Terminal 1 and Terminal 2.


The airport has also a smaller terminal for general aviation flights.


Keep reading for further information:



Terminal 1

Terminal 1 is closed and therefore out of service.



Terminal 2

Terminal 2 at Budapest Airport consists of different sections: Terminal 2A and Terminal 2B.


Terminal 2A is the Schengen terminal, Terminal 2B is the non-Schengen terminal and the Sky Court stands for a transit and services hall which joints both terminals.


It has three levels (first level, second level and mezzanine level), although the Sky Court has five levels.


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Terminal 3

Terminal 3 will begin its construction in early 2019. It is expected that it will be completed by 2021 and located next to Terminal 2A.