Category talk:Tupolev Tu-104

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SSSR-L5412 Vnukovo Airport Gate Guard

In 1976, a Tupolev 104A was painted as SSSR-L5412 and put as a Gate Guard (Monument). It was in fact aircraft c/n 921102 former CCCP-42450 which was broken up in 2004.
A new one was erected in April 2006 : aircraft "CCCP-L5412" ex CCCP-42507 (c/n 021905) has a new location (55.597864, 37.308050) and wears no more the Aeroflot title but Vnukovo. Here they are :

  • The first one was in the center of a traffic roundabout on a low support :
Seen in Schizophrenia.
Seen on DVD10 of Wings of Russia (page 2).

Note in both cases the height of the fence regarding the aircraft position.
LVCDC 11:16, 2 March 2015 (MST)

Interesting Subject

Just found on Airliners.net, this picture of a Tupolev Tu-104 in Alitalia colors ! ... for a movie of 1976 it seems. Which one ? LVCDC 15:24, 1 June 2015 (MDT)

It was Cirkus v cirkuse.