MALÉV IL-18 típusú turbólégcsavaros repülőgépe


MALÉV IL-18 típusú turbólégcsavaros repülőgépe.

MALÉV IL-18 turbo propeller aircraft in the 1960s.

MALÉV Ltd. (Hungarian: Malév Zrt.), which did business as MALÉV Hungarian Airlines (Hungarian: Magyar Légiközlekedési Vállalat, abbreviated MALÉV), was the flag carrier of Hungary from 1946 until 2012. Its head office was in Budapest, with its main hub at Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport. The airline flew to over 50 cities in 34 countries with a fleet of 22 aircraft. Malév joined the Oneworld alliance on 29 March 2007. On 3 February 2012, Malév ceased operations and on 14 February 2012 was declared insolvent by the Metropolitan Court of Budapest.

Title(s), language
language hungarian
language english
Subject, content, audience
subject MKVM
subject Légiközlekedés
subject Idegenforgalom
subject Utazás
subject MALÉV IL-18 típusú turbólégcsavaros repülőgépe
subject MALÉV Hungarian Air Transport
subject Képeslap
Time and places
spatial reference Budapest, Ferihegy
location of physical object Budapest
temporal reference 1960-as évek
medium paper
extent 11 x 15 cm
colour image polychrome
format jpeg
Legal information
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source MKVM
registration number VF_2014_173_1
registration number VIP_13_14_141_Közlekedés_Idegenforgalom_Camping