Tag: Hungary

Blériot XI replica with Anzani engine displayed in Budapest

From the Early Aero blog: a Blériot XI replica, similar to the one used by Louis Blériot to cross the Channel and built from contemporary blueprints was recently displayed in the Vigadó Concert Hall in Budapest, Hungary. The replica is powered by a 3-cylinder Anzani engine replica. Built by the Hungarian Vintage Glider Club, it has received a certificate of airworthiness and is …

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MiG-15 takeoff accident

A Lim-2 (Polish-built version of the MiG-15) crashed on take-off on July 18 in Szolnok, Hungary. The two pilots exaped unharmed but the aircraft was seriously damaged. It had recently flown for the first time since its restoration by the Goldtimer Foundation. Pictures can be found here and here.

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