Picture of the day: The first aircraft of Sólyom Hungarian Airways lands at Liszt Ferenc International Airport

Sunday, August 18, 2013


The first aircraft of Sólyom Airways landed at Liszt Ferenc International Airport on Sunday at 3:50 pm. According to AirPortal, the aircraft took off in Bournemouth England around quarter to two.

The Boeing 737-500 aircraft was named after Prince Álmos, the father of Árpad who was one of the seven leaders that conquered the Carpathian basin.


According to customs, the plane was greeted with a water jet upon landing. The aircraft was flown to Budapest by two former Malév pilots who are now employed by Sólyom Airways LTD. The CEO of Sólyom Hungarian Airways József Vágó said to reporters that the aircraft was impeccable condition, and it starts charter flights by the end of September, until the other leased five aircraft arrives.


(mno.hu – hungarianambiance.com)

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