We had to wait there for some time. There were about 6 big and EMPTY planes leaving to Helsinki-Vantaa in 5-minute intervals, to get Formula-spectators (the Formula races started in Budapest on 13th day).
Very strange: no entry tube directly to the plane. The noise was horrible.
The plane was half-empty. I asked from a steward if I could use my videocamera during the flight. He said it was ok. And also for the takeoff!!! I think the plane was a Russian-made Tupolev, so it might have been wire-controlled, or otherwise very robust to electrical disturbances. Great.
Well, not really so great, because it was really cold in the plane. The locking mechanism of my seat was also broken: the seat bent freely back at the takeoff... Really safe. Malev. I must remember that name... The food was as horrible as in the first flight.
But, here is Budapest from the air:
And below is Helsinki. I held a blanket around me and the window to prevent reflections. As can be seen, Helsinki was a bit better lighted, although it wasn't even near as big as Budapest, which is a 1.8-million-people city.
I took a bus to Turku, and I was back there at about 05:45 in friday (August 13th) morning.