Low flying planes circling Košice

Planes are sometimes just 200 metres above the ground, causing concern among residents.

Stock image.Stock image. (Source: SME - Marko Erd)

"Planes are repetitively circling almost above our heads, we cannot not even count how many times it has flown over the city. Can you find out if something is going on, if it has problems or cannot land?"

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The editorial staff of the Korzár daily receives similar queries often. Most recently it was during the second week of May, when a plane belonging to the Hungarian company Wizzair caught the public's interest.

According to radar footage, the plane was circling above Košice.

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Touch and go

"Košice Airport is one of the public airports where 3,000-4,000 touch and go trainings take place every year," explained Karolína Linhartová, Marketing Manager of the Košice Airport. Both small and large airline companies conduct them at these airports.

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