Budapest Airport goes by a number of different names. Officially, it's Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport, but some people still refer to it by its former name Budapest Ferihegy International Airport, or simply Ferihegy.
Hungary has four airports of note, and Budapest is by far the largest. Located 15km outside the capital, the airport has flights that span the globe, with options to go as far as Montreal and Toronto in the west and Tokyo and Seoul in the east. The majority of flights stay within Europe however, with London Luton, Paris CDG and Frankfurt am Main being the most popular routes.
Ferihegy has three terminals: 1, 2A and 2B. However, only two of these are currently operational – Terminal 1 has been closed since 2012, but may be re-opened given the demand. Terminals 2A and 2B are beside each other and can be walked between, while Terminal 1 requires a bus transfer.
All flights to and from the Schengen zone are found in 2A, while flights to non-Schengen countries are found in 2B.
Between the two terminals is the Sky Court, a five-storey building full of high-end stores, eating options and airport lounges. This area can only be entered after passing through security checks.