The city is served by Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport, which is the largest airport in the Hungary. It offers international connections mainly within Europe, but also to the Middle East, to Africa and the Far East. The airport connects Budapest to international cities like Cairo, Beijing, Düsseldorf, Paris, Vienna, Munich, Doha, Zürich, Dubai, etc. The major airlines that serve the airport include British Airways, easyJet, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Qatar Airways, Ryanair, Wizz Air, etc. There are charter airlines like Travel Service Hungary and Small Planet Airlines that have services to closer cities like Hurghada, Ibiza, Palma de Mallorca, etc.
Hungarian State Railways operates the Hungarian main railways. The three major railway stations in Budapest are the Western, Eastern and Southern railway stations. These railways stations operate both domestic as well as international rail services. Budapest is also one of the main stops on the Central and Eastern European route of the Orient Express.
Budapest is a vital part of Hungary’s road network. Hence, all of the major highways pass through the city. Domestic and international buses leave from and arrive at the Népliget Bus Station. The other domestic bus stations in the city are at Stadionok in Pest, Etele tér in Buda and the Árpád híd. Volánbusz Rt. has regular passenger bus services Budapest with the following countries: Poland, Spain, Netherlands, Austria, Croatia, Belgium, Norway, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Denmark, Great Britain, France, Italy, Germany, Greece, Macedonia, Czech Republic, Serbia, Romania, Slovenia, Sweden, Slovakia, Ukraine and Switzerland.