If you order our airport shuttle service, then our regulated and authorised taxi partner will wait you in the arrival hall, holding a BOARD with YOUR NAME in his hands. 

It must be revealed that it takes more time than using the official airport taxi, since the driver will go back for his car after you meet and bring his car to you picking you up.

(It is the same if you book the service from booking.com, as they also don’t use the official taxi company, so the driver needs to go back for his car to a distant parking place. Unfortunately, it must be added that from two known cases they did not show up twice. They maybe very new in this service and did not find a reliable partner. It never happened with our partner in the last 9 years.)

Our taxi partner will monitor your flight and 10 minutes after the real landing the driver will start to wait for you in the arrival hall.

This transfer takes approx. 30-50 minutes and using the cheap official tariff costs about 15000-18000 HUF (37-45 EUR) depending on the traffic situation and on the waiting time (70 HUF/minutes).
You pay for the service to the driver and you can pay by any major credit cards.
Be aware that if you pay by cash EUR, then they may use exchange rate worse than Hungarian National Bank’s one with approx 15%, so you may pay 35 – 47 EUR.

Order this service by e-mail, WhatsApp, Viber, WeChat or KakaoTalk.
(reservation@ababp.hu or +3630-366-1466)

We will need your:

  • Flight number
  • Planned arrival time of the flight
  • Departure Airport
  • Your mobile telephone number (please switch it on after landing. the driver will try to reach you if something goes wrong.)
  • Your e-mail address

If anything goes wrong (you do not find the driver or your baggage has been lost and you need to wait longer) please call the dispatcher center (+361-211-1111) to help you and let the driver know that you are there and will be coming.

Beware of anyone not holding your name and offering you taxi services in the arrival hall as they may be using illegal or unregulated vehicles. They are not authorised to be there and often wear fake ID cards.