|Founded||November 19, 1922|
|Fleet size||8 Junkers Ju 52/3m
5 Savoia-Marchetti SM.75
3 Focke-Wulf Fw 58
|Destinations||Budapest, Kraków, Warsaw, Prague, Belgrade and Vienna|
MALÉRT (Magyar Légiforgalmi R.T.) was a Hungarian airline, founded on November 19, 1922. The airline merged with MAEFORT (Magyar Aeroforgalmi R.T.) and Aeroflot in 1944-46 into MASZOVLET (Magyar-Szovjet Légiforgalmi Társaság) a forerunner of MALÉV Hungarian Airlines.
By 1929 the airline flew regular flights connecting Budapest with Belgrade and Vienna.
The main fleet before 1939 were eight triple-engined German-built Junkers Ju52/3m aircraft HA-JUA to HA-JUG, one airplane HA-DUR for the government, delivered between 1933-39. Five somewhat comparable triple-engined Italian-built Savoia Marchetti S.M.75 aircraft HA-SMA to HA-SME, delivered in 1938-39. And also 3 German-built Focke Wulf Fw58s airplanes HA-FOA to HA-FOD.
Mainstream services operated in 1938-9 were daily Budapest-Kraków-Warsaw, daily Budapest-Prague and daily Budapest-Vienna.
- Note that "hadúr" means "Warlord" in Hungarian (see Google Translate)
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