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We can take a bus tour behind the scenes of Debrecen Airport – with a video
By Beke Ivett [email protected]
Posted: Dec 13, 2021 15:50 | Updated: 12/13/2021 16:08
Debrecen – the Debrecen International Airport and the Aviation Cultural Center invite you to an interesting tour. From January, you can also get to places you haven’t at all before. The hiking trail also includes a runway, a number of military hangar buildings and a training ground for firefighters.
On Monday morning, passengers on the resumed flight to Moscow checked in at Debrecen airport. However, from January, the terminal will be the starting point not only for flights, but also for bus tours. The airport visits will start in cooperation with Debrecen International Airport and the Aviation Cultural Center.
“Basically, you can look behind the scenes at the airport, and passengers and those preparing for this runway can see what’s going on while servicing such an aircraft,” said János Vajda, managing director of Debrecen International Airport.
The check will take those interested by bus to the points of the airport where passengers cannot get after anything. For example, a tour guide can find out what the arrows painted on the runway, the white and black lines, are for.
– We call piano keyboard-like painting the threshold. That’s where the runway begins, a landing plane can land from that point. The white rectangle marks the landing point, explained Balázs Kránitz, Deputy Executive Director of the Aviation Cultural Center.
Among other things, those interested can find out that an airport lands at a speed of 240-250 km per hour when landing. But they can also observe workers sprinkling the machine with de-icing fluid before leaving. An airport visit was first organized by the Aviation Cultural Center in Budapest, and a similar tour of the Cívis town was dreamed of.
– This program is excellent for all ages, through preschool groups, school, class trip groups, and as a family program. With this, a bus can bring as many people as possible, be it a class or an individual tour, said Dániel Somogyi-Tóth, the founder of the Aviation Cultural Center.
Lucky participants will be able to see the take-off of the planes almost up close. The tours promoting Hungarian aviation will start in January and will be open on Saturdays.