Wizz Air pilots’ training in Hungarian sky


A Wizz Air operated Airbus A320-232 was seen circling over the city of Pápa (western Hungary) for hours today, flying at a low altitude over the military NATO airport of Hungarian Defence Forces, Hungarian online portal index.hu reported. The news site quoted reports from local residents.

The aircraft was maneuvering in order to practise the situation of forced landing and forced fuel losing, Wizz Air declared to index.hu. According to aviation experts, such training exercices are regularly performed above Pápa airport. However planes cannot land at the airport since it can only be used by passenger jets in real emergency cases.


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