A flight of Air Serbia interrupted its Belgrade-Vienna journey in Budapest today at 10.30 AM and made an emergency landing in the Hungarian capital.
According to the information of airportal.hu, the JU 601 flight’s captain decided so because the system of the plane found smoke. They turned back to Budapest near Sárvár, a small town close to the Austrian border.
They landed safely at Budapest Airport. The firefighter service of the airport awaited the plane near airport runway nr 1 and checked it before taking to its place. During the procedure, no flights were allowed to take off or land at Budapest Airport. That is because runway number 1 is under reconstruction between mid-September and mid-November.