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No scheduled flights will be allowed to take off or land at Budapest’s international Liszt Ferenc Airport between midnight and 5 am from August on, under an agreement signed by the city and the innovation and technology ministry on Tuesday.

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Mayor István Tarlós said, however, that the night ban will not cover “exceptional situations” in which flights could be granted a landing permit.

István Tarlós and László Palkovics. Photo by Márton Mónus/MTI

László Palkovics, the technology minister, said that those violating the ban will face a fine, while people living close to the airport will get a government subsidy to put in soundproof windows.

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