The Ferenc List Airport Air Museum is noticed immediately from the window of the bus 200 when approaching the airport. Aviation museums at airports are becoming more and more frequent. Remembering offhand - Riga, Belgrade, Minsk, Ulyanovsk. As a rule, these are small or medium-sized airports. Budapest is also not a very large airport, although the third low-cost airline in Europe, Wizz Air, is based here. However, Wizz Air, as befits a low-cost airline, flies on one type of aircraft. In the future, the museum can count on replenishment with only one type of A320 aircraft, and its long A321 counterpart. Today's aero park represents the past of the national Hungarian airline Malev (Wizz Air does not have the status of a national carrier). Since a large part of the airline's history occurred in the 50-80 years, the basis of the fleet is Soviet aircraft. Civil aircraft, the most massive Mig-21 jet fighter in history has been spotted. As it often happens, there are not only airplanes, but also radar (Tesla in this case), an apron bus, jet engines. The ticket costs 2300 HUF. We didn't have much time, but we watched it for free, walking around the perimeter. But of course it's better to go in, because you can go into the cabin of the plane.