CityLine Hungary

CityLine Hungary Ltd. is a Hungarian airline specialized in the transport of freight and based at the international airport of Budapest Ferihegy. Its head office is located in Vecsés (Hungary), the maintenance center is established in Kiev. CityLine Hungary runs four subsidiaries - three national and one European. The company employs 120+ employees in May 2010.

The company was founded in March 2003 with the purpose of transporting freight to Europe, North Africa and the CIS countries. CityLine Hungary Ltd. began operating its cargo with two Antonov An-26 cargo planes. During these first seven years of operation, the company requests and receives the necessary certifications from Hungarian and European civil aviation, allowing it to consolidate on the European market. Thanks to these efforts, the company is also setting up in Central Europe, with its subsidiaries, respond to specific freight requests. Today, CityLine Hungary operates four Antonov An-26s and oneBoeing 737-200 in compliance with EASA regulations.

Since 2009, the airline has been operating passenger flights from Milan Malpensa Airport (Italy) to tourist destinations with a Boeing 737-200.