Malev Hungarian Airlines

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Malév Hungarian Airlines, the national airline of the Republic of Hungary, can look back on more than 60 years of outstanding achievements and service. Today, with its scheduled passenger, cargo and charter operations, Malév is acknowledged as one of the leading airlines in the Central-Eastern European region.


Malév has its own offices and general sales agents in 34 countries. More than 3 million revenue passengers flew with Malév in 2008.

Malév is one of the leading airlines in Central-Eastern Europe with scheduled passenger, cargo and charter operations. The national carrier of Hungary - operating a modern fleet and with over 60 years' experience in the industry - provides its customers with high standards and an extensive route network. As a full-right member of the oneworld airline alliance, Malév is able to offer passengers outstanding quality services and access to a destination network spanning the globe.

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Location

Malev Hungarian Airlines
H-1097 Budapest, Könyves Kálmán krt. 12-14.
Budapest, Hungary
Hungary

Telephone: 
06-40-21-21-21, +36-1-235-3888

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