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Budapest Airport starts construction on European gateway for air cargo


Construction of Budapest Airport's (BUD) new Cargo City, part of the EUR160 million (US$184 million) development programme is gathering momentum in a period of galloping growth.
The airport has enjoyed a 39 per cent increase in cargo volume in two years, posting a record 127,145 tonnes in 2017, with another 15.5 per cent year-on-year increase from January to August this year, reported the American Journal of Transportation.
The EUR32.6 million 20,000-square metre cargo handling facility and new dedicated B747-8F freighter stands, will centralise cargo operations and expand capacity to handle the increasing volumes in the years to come.
Said Budapest Airport CEO Jost Lammers: "Air cargo is of strategic importance, and Cargo City will ensure that we continue to provide our growing customer base with efficient, modern facilities, so that they can thrive in our booming catchment area."

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