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The Tupolev Tu-154 (NATO reporting name: Careless) is a Soviet medium-range trijet airliner, equivalent to the Boeing 727. It remains the standard airliner for domestic routes in Russia and other states of the former Soviet Union and to a lesser extent in eastern Europe and Iran. The mainstay of Russian airlines for several decades, the Tu-154 has carried a...
|Map overlay showing large portions of Thessaloniki that burned down in the great fire of 1917.||04/08/2006||689|
|From east to west, flies a Boeing 737 over the harbour from Thessaloniki, with a long contrail.||06/22/2009||1,473|
| The Tupolev 134 suffered a hard landing at Prague and was withdrawn from use. Moved to Piestany where it is now used as a snackbar.||01/12/2008||471|
|Tupolev Tu 144 (Concordski) on display at the roadside in Kazan.||12/20/2007||678|
|Another Tupolev Tu 144 (Concordski) at a museum in Samara, Russia||12/20/2007||869|
|A Tupolev Tu 104 on display near Vnukovo International Airport||12/07/2007||336|
|In this file you can see the the survived 7 Russian Tupolev TU-144 (Konkordski) visible in GE with a link showing the plane.|
Two planes are maybe stored in a hangar at the VASO plant in Voronezh where it was built. A total of 16 were built.
The Tupolev Tu-144 (NATO name: "Charger'") was the first commercial supersonic transport aircraft (SST). It was one of only tw...
|Caspian Airlines Flight 7908 was a scheduled commercial flight from Tehran, Iran, to Yerevan, Armenia, that crashed near the village of Jannatabad, outside the city of Qazvin in north-western Iran, on 15 July 2009. All 153 passengers and 15 crew on board have been reported as dead. This accident marks the 57th loss of a Tupolev Tu-154, and the 5th loss of this type in Iran.|
|The Tupolev Tu-16 (NATO codename: Badger) was a twin-engine jet bomber used by the Soviet Union. It has flown for more than 50 years and, as the Xian H-6, remains in service with the Chinese air force. ||04/19/2008||980|
Modified to become Tu-144LL. Stored at the Tupolev Bureau, Zhukovsky. Offered for sale by an American company in May, 2001.
|Bomber aircrew training version.|
The Tupolev Tu-134 (NATO codename: Crusty) is a Soviet twin-engined airliner, similar to the American Douglas DC-9. One of the most widely used aircraft in the former Warsaw Pact countries, the number in active service is decreasing because of noise restrictions. The model has seen long-term service with some 42 countries throughout Europe, Southeast Asia...