Budapest bags first cargo tenant

IT will not be complete until next year, and yet Budapest Airport’s air cargo centre has secured its first tenant in the form of Turkey-headquartered Celebi Ground Handling.

Celebi will occupy almost 13,000m2 at the centre, the first phase of which will be finalised by the end of 2012.

“The construction of the cargo city is not only important for Budapest Airport and its partners. As a result of this investment, a complex development concept will be implemented in the region that will benefit not only the surrounding region but also the Hungarian economy as a whole,” Budapest Airport chief executive officer, Jost Lammers, said.

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