|Operating bases||Budapest Ferihegy International Airport|
|Focus cities||Debrecen International Airport|
Smartwings Hungary Kft., formerly named Travel Service Hungary, is an airline based in Budapest, Hungary, operating charter flights out of Budapest Ferihegy International Airport. It was founded in 2001 and is a subsidiary of Smartwings from the Czech Republic.
As of August 2018, Smartwings Hungary offers flights to the following seasonal charter destinations:
- Burgas – Burgas Airport seasonal
- Hurghada – Hurghada International Airport seasonal
- Sharm el-Sheikh – Sharm el-Sheikh International Airport seasonal
- Corfu – Corfu International Airport seasonal
- Heraklion – Heraklion International Airport seasonal
- Rhodes – Rhodes International Airport seasonal
- Zakynthos – Zakynthos International Airport seasonal
- Budapest – Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport base
- Debrecen – Debrecen International Airport focus city
- Barcelona – Barcelona El Prat Airport seasonal
- Palma de Mallorca – Palma de Mallorca Airport seasonal
- Antalya – Antalya Airport seasonal
Smartwings Hungary fleet consists of the following aircraft (as of March 2022). Smartwings Hungary operates also uses aircraft of their parent company Smartwings to cover its flights.
Accidents and incidents
A Boeing 737-800, operating flight 6H716 on behalf of Israeli airline Israir between Budapest, Hungary, and Tel Aviv, Israel, was involved in an accident on 23 March 2018, when just as the aircraft was being pushed back, a nearby tow truck began emitting thick smoke. This was sucked into the cabin by the aircraft's engine, causing an emergency evacuation. One woman was seriously injured, because she fell off the wing.
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- ^ "Accident: Smartwings B738 at Budapest on Mar 23rd 2018, smoke from tug prompts evacuation". Aviation Herald. 23 March 2018.
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