Old Apr 26, 15, 6:38 am
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Goldorak
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Budapest (BUD) - Skycourt lounge

Name of the lounge : Skycourt lounge
It is used by many airlines, as you can see on the picture below

Location : terminal 2 airside, on the mezzanine above the duty-free/shopping area





Opening Hours : not known, but seeing the number of airlines using it, we can guess itís open all day from 1st to last flight.

Entry requirements : usual AF rules. There is a possibility of paid access for 9600 HUF (approx Ä32)



Food offer : sandwiches (industrial, triangle style), cold salty and sweet snacks. Overall nothing very exciting, but if youíre starving you can survive.









Strangely, there is a sign indicating you can order some other kind of food (with a charge) but I didnít see any list or menu or anything else indicating this possbility, so maybe itís something from the past.



Drinks offer : soft drinks, water, fruit juices, beer, liquors, Hungarian white and red wine







Services
Wifi: yes (free, password required and displayed everywhere in the lounge. Works well but speed average
Showers: no
Toilets: yes (inside the lounge)
Quiet zone: no
Loungers/sleep area: no
Business area: no
Spa: no
TV area: several TV screens (mute sound) displaying CNN in the 3 main seating areas of the lounge
Passengers are called: no
Information screen: yes
Newspapers: yes, quite a large selection of international newspapers and magazines



Other information
Number of seats: 50-60
Level of noise: OK
Design: "average modern" style (meaning could be better but could be also much worse, so overall OK)











Multi floors: no
Terrace: no
Smoking area: no
Direct boarding: no
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