Malév pushing Hungarian wine

Malév Hungarian Airlines rotates its wine selection every three months, and is now introducing distinctive Hungarian wine regions and cellars to its customers. This month business class passengers can sample the white wines of Neszmélyi Pinot Grigio (2004) Hilltop and Neszmélyi Cserszegi F?szeres (2005) Hilltop and the red wines of Villányi Cabernet Sauvignon (2004) Törley György and Egri Kékfrankos barrique. In Economy Class, flight attendants will be serving the Törley cellar’s white wine of Etyeki Sauvignon Blanc (2005) and the red wine of Szekszárdi Merlot (2004).
Malév Hungarian Airlines provides an “all-frills” service at “no-frills” prices, including allocated seats and a full meal service.  Offering 5 daily direct services from London to Budapest, Malev operates 2 daily morning and evening flights from Gatwick as well as 3 daily code-share flights operated by British Airways from Heathrow with fares from £90pp return inclusive of all taxes and charges.

Five domestic destinations in Britain (Edinburgh, Manchester, Newcastle, Glasgow, and Aberdeen) are also now available to Malév passengers wishing to fly to Budapest with excellent connections at London Gatwick. The domestic flights from Regional airports are operated in code share with British Airways whilst the flights from Gatwick to Budapest are operated by Malev.

Flying to more than 60 destinations from its Budapest hub Malev’s network takes in most major European cities as well as a range of unique and developing destinations in Central and Eastern Europe.  Flight connections are planned to keep waiting time to a minimum, thereby making Malev an efficient bridge between the UK, Western and Eastern Europe and Asia.