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#2653 Malév Hungarian Airlines - Fokker 70 (HA-LME)

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Fokker 70 (HA-LME) from Malév Hungarian Airlines landing at Runway 27 (Buitenveldertbaan), Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (Holland)

Malév, which did business as Malév Hungarian Airlines, was the flag carrier and principal airline of Hungary between 1946 and 2012.
It had its head office in Budapest, with its main operations at Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport. From there, the airline flew to 50 cities
in 34 countries worldwide using a fleet of 22 aircraft. In its final years, Malév was a member of the Oneworld alliance, having joined 29 March 2007. On 3 February 2012, Malév stopped flying and on 14 February 2012 was declared insolvent and ordered liquidated
by the Metropolitan Court of Budapest.