Aeropark Budapest

Close to Budapest’s Ferenc Liszt International Airport lies one of Hungary’s Aviation heritage hot spots - the Aeropark open-air aviation museum. The museum documents the history of Hungarian civil aviation and features most aircraft that had been operated by the former national airline Malév. The aircraft on display at Aeropark include the following types: Lisunov Li-2 (HA-LIQ) - Il-14T (HA-MAL) - Il-18-V (HA-MOA) - Il–18V (HA-MOG) - Tupolev Tu-134 (HA-LBE) - Tu-154B-2 (HA-LCG) - Yak-40 (HA-YLR) - Yakovlev Yak–40E (HA-YLR) - Antonov An-2M (HA-MHI) - Mil Mi–2 (HA-BCB). The museum was opened to the public in 1991. The shots in this set had been taken during a museum tour through  Hungary in the summer on 2011. In 2017 the museum had to be closed temporarily due to an extension of a nearby parking lot which made it necessary to relocate the exhibits. As of today it is operational again since June 2017. Quite practical: Aeropark has its own stop on the route of the 200E bus to Budapest. There is also a close parking lot For more information visit , the museum’s official website.