Chinese airline Hainan will indefinitely suspend its scheduled Budapest-Beijing flight, which it operates under a code-sharing agreement with Hungarian national carrier Malev, on March 2, a spokesman for Liszt Ferenc International Airport operator Budapest Airport confirmed for MTI on Monday.
 
Mihaly Hardy confirmed an earlier report by AIRportal.hu.
 
Malev and Hainan launched the flight in August 2004. At the time, Malev expected the flight to add an annual 25,000 to passenger numbers and HUF 3bn to revenue. 
 
Troubled Malev was grounded on February 3 and the carrier’s leased aircraft were returned. 
 
SOURCE: caboodle.hu
 
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