Impressive: Pilot’s view of Wizz Air’s Airbus 320 low pass over the Danube

You can’t fly lower than this over downtown Budapest with an Airbus 320.

On May 1, a Wizz Air’s Airbus 320 performed a low pass over downtown Budapest during the airshow.

This video will bring you in the cockpit with Cpt David Morgan and Cpt András Árday during the first ever low altitude fly-by overhead the bridges of Budapest with an Airbus jetliner.

Needless to say, such low passes can only be performed by skilled aircrews after careful planning.

H/T to Glen Towler for the heads-up

 

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