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Registration / Serial:HA-FNC
Aircraft Original Type:Fokker F.VIII
Aircraft Generic Type:Fokker F.VIII
Aircraft Version:Fokker F.VIIIb
Licence-built by:Weiss Manfréd
C/n (msn):4053
Operator / Titles:Malért - Magyar Légiforgalmi
Location:In Flight
Country:Hungary
Photo Date:1932 to 1935
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:378600Submit Correction
View count: 85
Roaring over Budapest! Üllői út is the avenue below. The Citadella on Gellért Hill is top left. Photo year is given as 1935 but that is rather unlikely since the pilot who is credited for it died in 1934. HA-FNC built by Manfréd Weiss in 1932, crashed in 1938. Photo from: Dezső Szent-Istvány / Fortepan
Registration / Serial:HA-FNC
Aircraft Version:Fokker F.VIIIb
C/n (msn):4053
Operator / Titles:Malért - Magyar Légiforgalmi
Location:In Flight
Country:Hungary
Photo Date:1932 to 1935
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / Serial:HA-FNC
Aircraft Original Type:Fokker F.VIII
Aircraft Generic Type:Fokker F.VIII
Aircraft Version:Fokker F.VIIIb
Licence-built by:Weiss Manfréd
C/n (msn):4053
Operator / Titles:Malért - Magyar Légiforgalmi
Location:In Flight
Country:Hungary
Photo Date:1932 to 1935
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:378600Submit Correction
View count: 85
Roaring over Budapest! Üllői út is the avenue below. The Citadella on Gellért Hill is top left. Photo year is given as 1935 but that is rather unlikely since the pilot who is credited for it died in 1934. HA-FNC built by Manfréd Weiss in 1932, crashed in 1938. Photo from: Dezső Szent-Istvány / Fortepan
Registration / Serial:HA-FNC
Aircraft Version:Fokker F.VIIIb
C/n (msn):4053
Operator / Titles:Malért - Magyar Légiforgalmi
Location:In Flight
Country:Hungary
Photo Date:1932 to 1935
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / Serial:HA-JUE
Aircraft Original Type:Junkers Ju 52
Aircraft Generic Type:Junkers Ju 52
Aircraft Version:Junkers Ju 52/3m g7e
C/n (msn):6585
Operator / Titles:Malért - Magyar Légiforgalmi
Aircraft Name:Vitéz Szentkirályi Dezső
City / Airport:Budaörs (LHBS)Map
Country:Hungary
Photo Date:25 November 1939 to 30 June 1942
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:377283Submit Correction
View count: 152
First flown at Dessau on 4 September 1939, this Malért Ju 52 is seen wearing wartime red, white and green bands around the rear fuselage. To Hungarian air force in June 1942. The aircraft name means 'Valiant Dezső Szentkirályi'. He was a famous Hungarian World War 1 pilot who lost his life in the crash of Bristol F.2B Fighter H-MAEA near Szeged, Hungary on 2 June 1925. Photo from: Fortepan
Registration / Serial:HA-JUE
Aircraft Version:Junkers Ju 52/3m g7e
C/n (msn):6585
Operator / Titles:Malért - Magyar Légiforgalmi
City / Airport:Budaörs (LHBS)Map
Country:Hungary
Photo Date:25 November 1939 to 30 June 1942
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / Serial:HA-JUE
Aircraft Original Type:Junkers Ju 52
Aircraft Generic Type:Junkers Ju 52
Aircraft Version:Junkers Ju 52/3m g7e
C/n (msn):6585
Operator / Titles:Malért - Magyar Légiforgalmi
Aircraft Name:Vitéz Szentkirályi Dezső
City / Airport:Budaörs (LHBS)Map
Country:Hungary
Photo Date:25 November 1939 to 30 June 1942
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:377283Submit Correction
View count: 152
First flown at Dessau on 4 September 1939, this Malért Ju 52 is seen wearing wartime red, white and green bands around the rear fuselage. To Hungarian air force in June 1942. The aircraft name means 'Valiant Dezső Szentkirályi'. He was a famous Hungarian World War 1 pilot who lost his life in the crash of Bristol F.2B Fighter H-MAEA near Szeged, Hungary on 2 June 1925. Photo from: Fortepan
Registration / Serial:HA-JUE
Aircraft Version:Junkers Ju 52/3m g7e
C/n (msn):6585
Operator / Titles:Malért - Magyar Légiforgalmi
City / Airport:Budaörs (LHBS)Map
Country:Hungary
Photo Date:25 November 1939 to 30 June 1942
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / Serial:H-NABA
Aircraft Original Type:Fokker F.III
Aircraft Generic Type:Fokker F.III
Aircraft Version:Fokker F.III
C/n (msn):1550
Operator / Titles:KLM - Koninklijke Luchtvaart Maatschappij / Malért - Magyar Légiforgalmi
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Event:Paris Air Show 1921
Photo Date:6 November 1921 to 27 November 1921
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:364650Submit Correction
View count: 110
The Paris Air Show used to be held indoors. The participation of the Nederlandsche Vliegtuigenfabriek, née Fokker, in the 1921 event was very unpopular among the French public. This did not stop Tony Fokker from displaying the glider on the left, which is said to have been designed in Germany as a flying bomb, to be towed by a D.VII. This is unconfirmed, however. Note the model plane on top of the glider. Although painted in full KLM colours, the F.III here never flew for KLM. It was handed over to Hungarian airline Malért just after arrival in Paris. H-NABA was alphabetically the first entry in the Netherlands register, but CoR number 23. Photo from: Amsterdam City Archives
Registration / Serial:H-NABA
Aircraft Version:Fokker F.III
C/n (msn):1550
Operator / Titles:KLM - Koninklijke Luchtvaart Maatschappij / Malért - Magyar Légiforgalmi
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Photo Date:6 November 1921 to 27 November 1921
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / Serial:H-NABA
Aircraft Original Type:Fokker F.III
Aircraft Generic Type:Fokker F.III
Aircraft Version:Fokker F.III
C/n (msn):1550
Operator / Titles:KLM - Koninklijke Luchtvaart Maatschappij / Malért - Magyar Légiforgalmi
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Event:Paris Air Show 1921
Photo Date:6 November 1921 to 27 November 1921
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:364650Submit Correction
View count: 110
The Paris Air Show used to be held indoors. The participation of the Nederlandsche Vliegtuigenfabriek, née Fokker, in the 1921 event was very unpopular among the French public. This did not stop Tony Fokker from displaying the glider on the left, which is said to have been designed in Germany as a flying bomb, to be towed by a D.VII. This is unconfirmed, however. Note the model plane on top of the glider. Although painted in full KLM colours, the F.III here never flew for KLM. It was handed over to Hungarian airline Malért just after arrival in Paris. H-NABA was alphabetically the first entry in the Netherlands register, but CoR number 23. Photo from: Amsterdam City Archives
Registration / Serial:H-NABA
Aircraft Version:Fokker F.III
C/n (msn):1550
Operator / Titles:KLM - Koninklijke Luchtvaart Maatschappij / Malért - Magyar Légiforgalmi
City / Area:Paris / Grand Palais [ Off-Airport ]Map
Country:France
Photo Date:6 November 1921 to 27 November 1921
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive