COVID-19 Impact on EUROCONTROL Member States - Hungary


EUROCONTROL has released a briefing on the impact of COVID-19 on aviation in Hungary.

The briefing (available for download below in English and Hungarian) provides key facts and graphics and is one of a series covering the impact of the crisis on countries across Europe.

It includes a specific country-level forecast, which shows that in the (most likely) Scenario 2, 2024 traffic in Hungary is expected to achieve 94% of the 2019 level.

More information on the recent forecasts produced by EUROCONTROL can be found here.

The briefing includes also information on airports, the major airlines, market segments and traffic flows, including:

  • Total flights lost since 1 March 2020: 123,000 flights;
  • Current flight status: 143 daily flights or -64% vs 2019 (7-day average);
  • Traffic forecast: 43% of 2019 in 2021 & 67% in 2022;
  • GDP: +4.8% in 2021 & +4.4% in 2022 (vs. previous year);
  • Vaccination: 42.57 per hundred people fully vaccinated;
  • Busiest airport: Budapest with 124 average daily flights (-66% vs. 2019);
  • Busiest airline: Ryanair with 26 average daily flights (-48% vs. 2019).


COVID-19 Impact on EUROCONTROL Member States - Hungary - June 2021
COVID-19 hatása az EUROCONTROL tagállamaira - Magyarország - 2021. június