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Actually these are not abandoned wrecks but pieces from the MALEV (Hungarian Airlines - not existing anymore) @ the Budapest Airplane Museum.

Interesting fact - a pity - that Hungary haven't got national airline services these days...

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Some really nice pictures there, interesting to see. Is this open to the public or is this area usually off limits?

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13 hours ago, AndyK! said:

Some really nice pictures there, interesting to see. Is this open to the public or is this area usually off limits?

Thank you... Its open, to public but few visits as out of city. Mainly weekends only.

13 hours ago, AndyK! said:

Hi

 

Thanks for joining OS and contributing. All your reports so far have been fantastic with great pictures, I've really enjoyed looking at them. We do ask that the titles of reports include an approximate date they were visited - just the month and year would be good. 

 

Thanks again!

Andy

Captures were made 2018.10.

 

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