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Solyom Hungarian Airways fails to start flying

Solyom Hungarian Airways (Budapest) apparently will not start operations as planned. Investors from Oman reportedly failed to invest in the new company and the would-be airline now owes its employees their wages for the month of September. 82 more words

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Solyom Hungarian Airways takes delivery of its first Boeing 737

Solyom Hungarian Airways (Budapest) is the new Hungarian flag carrier, replacing defunct MALEV Hungarian Airlines (Budapest) (1946 – 2012). The new airline is backed by unspecified investors from the United Arab Emirates and Oman. 78 more words


Sólyom Hungarian Airways Preparing For Launch

With the bankruptcy of oneworld member Malév Hungarian Airlines on 03 February, 2012, Hungary was left without a national air carrier. About 18 months later, this (temporary) status seems to come to an end with the rise of a new Hungarian air carrier: SÓLYOM Hungarian Airways. 691 more words


How high will the Hungarian Falcon soar?

Today at a press conference, Jozsef Vago (CEO) announced that Solyom Hungarian Airways is going to begin operations in the upcoming months. Solyom plans to operate six aircraft initially to 22 destinations, which includes six European capitals, from its Budapest based hub. 633 more words