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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...
|Belaya (ICAO: UIIB) is a significant strategic air base in Irkutsk Oblast, Russia located 18 km northwest of Usolye-Sibirskoye and 85 km northwest of Irkutsk. It features significant tarmac space and 38 bomber revetments. |
In 1954 Belaya was used as a staging base for Tupolev Tu-4 aircraft sent to China to observe American fusion bomb tests in the Pacific, but the runway was unpa...
|The Xian H-6 is a license-built version of the Soviet Tupolev Tu-16 twin-engine jet bomber, built for the Chinese People's Liberation Army Air Force.|
Delivery of the Tu-16 to China began in 1958, and the Xi'an Aircraft Industrial Corporation (XAC) signed a license production agreement with the USSR to build the type in the late 1950s. The first Chinese Tu-16, or "H-6" a...
|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||1,014|
|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...
| The Tupolev 134 suffered a hard landing at Prague and was withdrawn from use.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||509|
|Tupolev Tu 144 (Concordski) on display at the roadside in Kazan.||12/20/2007||713|
|A Tupolev Tu 104 on display near Vnukovo International Airport||12/07/2007||357|
|Another Tupolev Tu 144 (Concordski) at a museum in Samara, Russia||12/20/2007||890|
|Type: MiG-21U (1961; Izdeliye 66-400; NATO "Mongol-A")|
U = Uchebnyy ("Training")
Two-seat training version of the MiG-21F-13.
MiG-21U-400 - East German designation for MiG-21U aircraft of izdeliye 66-400
|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...
Modified to become Tu-144LL. Stored at the Tupolev Bureau, Zhukovsky. Offered for sale by an American company in May, 2001.