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|Conversions of Tu-134B airliners (NATO 'Crusty') for training pilots and navigators of RFAS strategic aviation.|
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, its number in active service is decreasing because of noise restrictions. The ...
| The Tupolev 134 suffered a hard landing at Prague and was withdrawn from use.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||460|
|Tupolev Tu 144 (Concordski) on display at the roadside in Kazan.||12/20/2007||663|
|A Tupolev Tu 104 on display near Vnukovo International Airport||12/07/2007||329|
|Another Tupolev Tu 144 (Concordski) at a museum in Samara, Russia||12/20/2007||861|
|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...
|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||965|
Modified to become Tu-144LL. Stored at the Tupolev Bureau, Zhukovsky. Offered for sale by an American company in May, 2001.
|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...
|Type: Tupolev 154B-2|
Operator: Malev Hungarian Airlines
Because of engine problems on their Boeing 737-300 HA-LES, Tupolev 154 HA-LCR was used for Malev's regular service to Thessaloniki. Approaching Thessaloniki, the crew had to carry out a different approach procedure than they had planned for. A Boeing 757 had not clear...
|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 Tu-104 (NATO reporting name: 'Camel') was a twin-engined medium-range turbojet-powered Soviet airliner and the world's first successful jet airliner. Although it was the fourth jet airliner to be launched (following, in order, the British de Havilland Comet, Canadian Avro Jetliner, and French Sud Caravelle), the Tu-104 was t...