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   Vol. 19 No. 69
Thursday October 29, 2020
BUD Makes Time for Fun Run
BUD Runway Run

  What do you do when the airport is empty as compared to non-coronavirus times?
  How about a feel-good activity for charity?
  That is exactly what happened at BUD as the Hungarian gateway Runway Run took off for the eighth straight year on October 19.
  Local spirits ran high as 600 runners raced down the airport’s main runway.
  “Thanks to everyone that participated helping us raise €19,172 for the Hungarian SUHANJ! Foundation and the international Anthony Nolan Foundation,” Budapest Airport’s CCO, Kam Jandu declared, pictured here (second from right) with his team.

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