- 9 Jun 2017 9:00 AM
Reopening during the long Pentecost weekend, the open-air museum is offering new attractions at a cleaner site in a more comfortable environment, according to Budapest Airport Zrt., the operator of Ferenc Liszt International Airport.
Beyond the well-known Lisunov Li-2, the first aircraft of the now defunct Hungarian national carrier Malév, and the Tupolev TU-154 B2, an Antonov AN-2 type aircraft has been turned into a playground for children.
“We are very happy with the comfort offered by the new site and the opportunities offered by the new exhibition space,” said Gábor Somogyi-Tóth, who is responsible for the operations of the museum. “The following few days will be spent in post-move fine tuning,” he added, noting that by the upcoming Night of Museums event on June 24, Aeropark will showcase many surprise attractions for visitors.
By Christian Keszthelyi
Republished with permission