Budapest Airport on March 18 will formally open its new SkyCourt, linking its existing terminals 2A and 2B. The shell-shaped glass and steel building will almost double the capacity of the terminal and should markedly enhance the passenger handling and travel experience by adding 28 new passenger security screening channels, 50 border crossing points, 21 boarding gates, 80 check-in counters, 16 self-check-in kiosks and multiple retail outlets. The contemporary structure extends over five ...

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