PICS: Dublin Airport has finally reunited the Slovak-speaking parrot with her owner 1 year ago

PICS: Dublin Airport has finally reunited the Slovak-speaking parrot with her owner

All's well that end's well.

Dublin Airport confirmed this morning that Hugo — a female parrot who speaks fluent Slovak — has finally been reunited with her owner.

The grey parrot was discovered during a runway inspection earlier in the week, and when the airport took to Twitter to search for an owner, an eagle-eyed social media officer from Lidl realised that the parrot matched the description of a "Missing Parrot" notice left in one of their stores.

On Friday morning, Dublin Airport revealed that Hugo had been reunited with her owner Lubomir.

"We’ve solved the missing parrot mystery & reunited her with her owner Lubomir, who is thrilled," a post on the Dublin Airport Twitter account read.

"We did it with a Lidl help from a supermarket chain, an animal sanctuary & modern technology. Hugo - a girl with a boy’s name - is now safely home."

The post also included several feel-good photos that show the happy family back together once more.

Another video of Lubomir and Hugo reunited will definitely put a smile on your face.