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| Roswell Airport is being used as a massive scrapyard for aircraft||11/02/2006||2,872|
|Several Russian military aircraft in Irkutsk, Russia. I believe that this is a maintenance training facility.||01/31/2007||1,107|
|Row of 707 tails at a aircraft boneyard in Arizona||12/08/2007||766|
|Both Prototypes and the static test frame.|
The Tupolev Tu-334 is a Russian short to medium range airliner that was developed to replace the aging Tu-134s and Yak-42s in service around the world. The airframe is based on a shortened Tu-204 fuselage and a scaled-down version of that aircraft's wing. Unlike the Tu-204, however, the Tu-334 has a T-tail and engines mounted on the side...
|Several russian jets and an helicopter, may be an Aircraft museum?||08/03/2005||1,261|
|Two Russian transport helicopters, possibly Mi 26 aircraft. They are at Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky airport.||07/18/2006||586|
|The "Alliiertenmuseum" with Hastings aircraft on ground.|
The aircraft was used for the airlift during the Russian blockade.
|Read the title...it's a bunch of different aircraft at an unidentified (GE doesn't supply a name atleast) airbase in wintery Russia.||10/28/2006||1,470|
|The US Navy operated a Naval Air Station in Litchfield Park, Arizona from the WWII era into the late 50's. After WWII, thousands of surplus aircraft were stored at the NAS Litchfield Park. Many of these planes were put back into service to meet the demands of the Korean War. Those that were not put back in service simply sat out in the dry hot climate for many years. A decision was made to clos...||06/15/2007||1,291|
|Russian Air Museum -- Exhibition of Russian-made warplanes and choppers. Situated at Mosccow, Russia, at old Central Airfield.||08/02/2005||1,057|
|The Beriev A-50 Shmel (Russian: Шмель 'bumble bee') (NATO reporting name: Mainstay) is a Russian airborne early warning (AEW) aircraft based on the Ilyushin Il-76 transport. Developed to replace the Tupolev Tu-126 "Moss", the A-50 first flew in 1978. It entered service in 1984, with about 40 produced by 1992. |
The Beriev A-50 Shmel (Russian: Шмель 'bumble bee'), (NATO reporting name: 'Mainstay') is a Russian airborne early warning (AEW) aircraft based on the Ilyushin Il-76 transport. Developed to replace the Tupolev Tu-126 'Moss', the A-50 first flew in 1978. It entered service in 1984, with about 40 produced by 1992.
|The Beriev Aircraft Company is a Russian aircraft manufacturer (design office prefix Be), specializing in amphibious aircraft. The company was founded in Taganrog in the 1934 by Georgy Mikhailovich Beriev (born February 13, 1903), and since that time has designed and produced more than 20 different models of aircraft for civilian and military purposes, as well as customized models. Today the Co...||08/25/2006||794|