Liszt Ferenc International operator Budapest Airport on Tuesday announced plans to install an additional 176 electric vehicle charging stations over three years.
Close to 650 million forints (EUR 1.7m) in European Union funding will cover half of the cost of installing 134 of the charging stations and Budapest Airport will cover the full cost of installing 42. The charging stations will be used by ground handling and other service vehicles. Budapest Airport earlier installed 31 charging stations, twelve on the airside and 19 on the landside of the airport, and it has signed a contract to install 35 more. An additional 30 charging stations are used on the airport premises by Budapest Airport partners.