DebrecenSun | 2016-03-11

New Office Opened for Startups

A new office opened for local startups in Debrecen yesterday on the 10th of March. This unique centre for small businesses is the property of InnovAir Marketing Ltd. (member of Xanga Group).

DebrecenSun | 2014-08-28

Debrecen welcomes American economic relations

Debrecen welcomes the further expansion of Hungarian-American economic relations – said Lajos Kósa, mayor of Debrecen.

DebrecenSun | 2013-12-06

New Factory Opens

A new XANGA factory was opened yesterday.

DebrecenSun | 2013-09-24

New Manufacturing Plant Opened in Debrecen

Xanga group has built a new two-thousand sqm manufacturing plant in Debrecen. The 400 million Ft investment was partly funded by a tender, which provided 103 million. Soon, a French printing company -Gravic- begins its operation.

XpatLoop | 2013-09-13

Hungary's Debrecen Airport Reaches Milestone

Debrecen airport received its 100,000th passenger on Tuesday, local CEO István Herdon of airport operator Xanga announced. Some 48,000 passengers arrived at the airport last year. This year’s target is 120,000. | 2013-09-05

XID – Xanga Investment & Development Group Kft. Developing the city of the future

Debrecen is the second largest city in Hungary after Budapest. Over the past decade, it has been developing rapidly, thanks to an increasing volume of foreign direct investment. In 2010, the Financial Times’ fDi Magazine, the world’s premier publication for the business of globalization, ranked Debrecen fifth in Eastern Europe in its ‘Cities and Regions of the Future’ survey. To a large extent, this distinction must be accredited to Xanga Investment & Development Group Kft. | 2013-05-31

Xanga-owned company lays cornerstone for HUF 2.2 bln plant

Xanga Investment and Development Group-owned DIP Invest on Thursday laid the cornerstone for a HUF 2.2 billion plant capable of accommodating industrial-technology of various types in the city of Debrecen.

Budapest Business Journal | 2013-04-19

Debrecen airport operator builds direct rail cargo connection

Xanga group, operating the airport in Debrecen, will build a direct rail cargo connection and innovation centre at the airport with a HUF 2.7 billion investment, CEO István Herdon said on Thursday. | 2013-01-24

Xanga begins two large construction projects in Debrecen

Two major construction projects began in Debrecen in mid-January 2013, following governmental approval of the projects’ priority status and the distribution of state funding to investor Xanga Investment and Development Group. The combined cost of the projects is HUF 5bn (€17m).

Wizz Air | 2012-06-18

Wizz Air’s Debrecen flights start today

Wizz Air, Hungary’s low-cost, low-fare airline, celebrated its maiden flight between London-Luton and Debrecen today. | 2012-05-20

Trade up - Debrecen

The Hungarian city of Debrecen lies in the east of the country, 137 miles from Budapest. Located in the centre of what is known as the North Great Plain Region, Debrecen is also within easy reach of the Romanian and Ukranian borders, 50 and 120 miles away respectively.

Wizz Air | 2012-04-23

Wizz Air announces two new Debrecen routes to/from Eindhoven and Milan

Wizz Air, the largest low-cost, low-fare airline in Central and Eastern Europe, announced today two new routes from Debrecen to Eindhoven and Milan Malpensa which initially will be operated twice weekly each, starting in December 2012. | 2012-02-21

Xanga: Getting the best from Debrecen

Over the past decade, the city of Debrecen in Hungary has been rapidly developing due to an increasing volume of foreign direct investment…

Wizz Air | 2012-02-13

Wizz Air to fly from Debrecen as of June 2012

Wizz Air, the largest low-cost, low-fare airline in Central and Eastern Europe, announced today that it will begin services from Debrecen Airport (DEB) as of 18 June 2012. The airline will initially offer three weekly flights, on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, from Debrecen to London Luton Airport (LTN), offering convenient access to the London city center and other regions in Central England.