Aeropark Budapest

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Aeropark Budapest

Aeropark Budapest
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Aeropark is an open air aviation museum located next to Terminal 2 at Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport. The Museum offers Soviet era airplanes, a flight simulator, a souvenir shop and a cafe. Some of the planes can be visited inside, including the cockpit! Take the captain's seat and listen to our guides’ stories! Come and visit us, we are open every day from end March until end October, and every weekend in between. Parking is free. Public transport: take the bus 200E from Kobanya-Kispest metro station or Liszt Ferenc International Airport Terminal 2, get off at the first stop after the Terminal ("Repulomuzeum"), then just follow the sidewalk.
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Fekete Ági
36 contributions
Fascinating and unforgettable experience at BUD Airport
Jul 2021 • Family
Fascinating and unforgettable experience !
We spent 3 hrs !! full guided tour experiencing the tiniest and hidden bits of the busy life at Budapest Airport.
Our tour guide Mr. Balázs was a real "showman" telling us exciting facts, info about departures, arrivals, planes, crew etc. which are hidden from public during a usual flight. ( except from the fact if someone is a fan or works there).
This tour is a must who travels by plane or plan to travel to/ from BUD.
Mr Balázs showed real enthusiasm in his work and showed the most intersting point of views by telling us lots of hidden stories.
Written July 25, 2021
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Malek A. Azzam
Budapest, Hungary32 contributions
Excellent place
I visited the aeropark in the 7th of November 2020. My friend and I traveled from the city center to airport area where the aero park is located. As usual, it is very convienet to travel in Budapest due to the excellent and well-organized transportation system. We reached at 12:45 PM approximately. At the first glance, It was a very nice, cosy, and historic place. At the entrance, we bought two tickets, as we are students we got a modest discount, so the total amount was 2,0000 HUF. The staff is really friendly and cooperative. We visited all planes some of them are opened, while others are closed. The place gives you feeling of how this great and fabulous country has a diverse culture and reaches history. We met a decent retired pilot. He told us many stories about airplanes and aviation history in Hungary. He was very humble and decent as all Hungarian fellow. At the end of our trip we had the same initial impression about that amazing place.

I highly recommend to visit this great place and enjoy the scenes there.
Written November 7, 2020
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John
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Aeropark Budapest
Oct 2019 • Couples
I travel to Budapest a *lot* visiting family and I’ve never had a chance to visit this attraction. I changed it this time.

The aircraft and ground handling elements are from the time of the Hungarian airline, MALEV and almost all of the equipment likewise, although some (e.g. radar set) has a different manufacturer name.

A young volunteer, whose name I’m ashamed to say I didn’t get, acted as our (free) guide and had keys to all of the aircraft - unlike a lot of aviation museums, one can get up close and personal with the airframes here, a real boon.

Being a Cold War kid, with a dad in the RAF, I never thought I’d ever get to see the inside of aircraft manufactured by Tupolev, Yakolev, Ilyushin and Antonov, never mind sit in the captains seat and be talked through the controls by a young man who I suspect has a bright future as a commercial pilot.

If, like me, you’re an aviation enthusiast, this is the place for you.
Written October 28, 2019
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We are very happy you had a good time. Please come back - we try and improve the site each year!
Written June 15, 2020
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Ellz
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Amazing
Oct 2019 • Family
Sándor is a legend!! This place was absolutely amazing! Highly recommend for anyone who is interested in planes!
Written October 14, 2019
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Michael J
Copenhagen, Denmark5 contributions
Amazing
We had an amazing time visiting this Aeropark. The people working there are so friendly and the aircrafts very interesting. We had the park almost to ourselves and we enjoyed speaking with some of the older employees who used to work with these mighty mashines. Also the small shop are great selling snacks and everything related to aviation.
Written October 11, 2019
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Written October 12, 2019
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chris c
Soissons, France91 contributions
Memories
Sep 2019
What a place do visit if you like old ones.
The best ever plane in perfect condition to visit, with great people to tell you there memories of those planes.
Written September 28, 2019
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Written October 12, 2019
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Rick W
Sevenoaks, UK1,728 contributions
Fantastic!
Aug 2019
The aeropark is a 15 minute walk from Terminal 2 or a 3 euro taxi ride. The staff at the small cafe and gift shop are helpful and friendly and spoke good English. There is a range of Malev planes, a DC3, an Ilyushin 14, 18 (times 2) a Yak 40, a Let 401, a TU 134 and a TU 154. And an Antonov An 2! I saw them in bright afternoon sunshine. The planes are well spaced and even floodlit at night. You can go inside several. A must for aviation enthusiasts! (Incidentally, I left my wife in a departure area cafe for an hour with our bags whilst I visited!)
Written August 29, 2019
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Written October 12, 2019
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Dirk S
Vancouver, Canada116 contributions
Behind the Iron Curtain aviation mecca
Nov 2018
View eastern Europe aviation display of piston and jet aircraft.
Most of these you can actually board and go inside the cabins.
Also on display one helicopter, engines and vehicles.
Aircraft include: Lisunov Li-2T (DC-3), Ilyushin IL-14G, Ilyushin IL-18 and Antonov An-2.
and some modern jet liner aircraft
Written August 13, 2019
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Jiri K
Kladno, Czech Republic102 contributions
Standard intl. airport
Aug 2019
Standard international airport, the only pity is, that all good services can be found after check-in and security check (we flew from T2A).
Written August 12, 2019
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961rickyc
London, UK629 contributions
Absolutely Worth a visit for ALL Aviation Enthusiast
Jul 2019 • Business
About 10min walk from the Budapest airport this Aeropark Museum is a must see for all aviation enthusiast, especially those who are fond of Soviet era commercial airline. Has a selection of Malev Hungarian airlines Soviet era planes. Cost of entry is 2100HUF or £6. Some of the planes were open for entry and there is good english speaking guides in the cock put who tell the history of the planes. An excellent place to visit and highly recommended. Also lots of Ground level equipment and cars. See my picture uploads
Written July 31, 2019
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Aeropark Budapest is open:
  • Mon - Thu 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Fri - Sun 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
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