The Aeropark, Central Europe’s leading aviation museum located next to Liszt Ferenc International Airport, has attracted 100,000 visitors this year.
Around a third of the guests also bought tickets for the popular airport tour program, with Aeropark tour guides taking around 30,000 people on 900 tours behind the scenes of Liszt Ferenc International Airport and the maintenance base of Aeroplex of Central Europe.
This year’s newcomers included the Kamov Ka-26 agricultural helicopter and the Cessna Citation, which gave visitors an insight into the world of business aircraft.
Developments will not stop in 2023. The cockpits and cabins of the historic aircraft of the former Hungarian state airline Malév are being renovated, and thanks to Budapest Airport, new aircraft and buses are also expected to arrive at the museum.
In addition to the Airbus A320Neo and Cessna simulators, which have been in operation for several years, visitors will also be able to see how helicopter pilots work when the new Mi-2 simulator will enter service in early 2023.
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