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Movie (1980)
Russian title: Экипаж
English title: Air Crew

Starring:
Georgi Zhzhyonov (Andrei Vasilyevich Timchenko, pilot captain)
Anatoliy Vasilev (Valentin Georgiyevich Nenarokov, co-pilot)
Leonid Filatov (Igor Skvortsov, flight engineer)
Aleksandra Yakovleva-Aasmyae (Tamara, stewardess and Skvortsov's fiancée)

Story of the lives of three Soviet pilots who are united by disaster in a small town in the mountains.

First Part

Ilyushin Il-86

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Tupolev Tu-134

Tupolev Tu-134 of Aeroflot.

This one is seen at the very last end of the second part.

Tupolev Tu-134 of Aeroflot.

Ilyushin Il-18

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Tupolev Tu-154B2

Registration CCCP-85330 / SSSR-85330 Tupolev Tu-154B2 c/n 79A330 flew for Aeroflot until 1997. Sold to another Russian airline as RA-85330, it was scrapped in 2005.

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Tupolev Tu-154A

Reg. CCCP-85074 / SSSR-85074 c/n 74A-074 built in 1974. Some sources list this as a Tu-154B.

Reg. CCCP-85074 Tupolev Tu-154A of Aeroflot.
Reg. CCCP-85074 Tupolev Tu-154A of Aeroflot.

Tupolev Tu-114

Reg. CCCP-76464 / SSSR-76464 gateguardian Tupolev Tu-114 of Aeroflot at Moscow Domodedovo Airport until 2006.

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Mil Mi-8

Overflying flooded country.

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Aérospatiale-BAC Concorde 205

Reg. F-BVFA Aérospatiale-BAC Concorde 205 of Air France.
(background) First with an Air France Boeing 747 docked to one of the satelite of Terminal 1 at Aéroport de Paris-Charles de Gaulle.

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Next with a Boeing 727 in the background.

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Boeing 707-331B

TWA-Trans World Airlines livery of the late 70s.

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Ilyushin Il-62M

With special red markings : "Official Olympic Carrier" on the fuselage.

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Tupolev Tu-154A

Registration CCCP-85014 / SSSR-85014 Tupolev Tu-154A c/n 71A014.

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Mil Mi-4

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Mil Mi-2

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Boeing 727-2H9/Advanced

Airplane hickjacked ?
Note the aerial over the fuselage; so not a Tu-154 nor a Yak-40/42. Read the discussion tab.
From JAT Yugoslav Airlines.

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Ilyushin Il-14

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Soyuz capsule

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Mil Mi-2

Reg. CCCP-20196 / SSSR-20196 (later RA-20196) Mil Mi-2 c/n 543617064 used by Aeroflot.

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Boeing 747-228B

Boeing 747 of Air France. Reg. F-BPVS Boeing 747-228B c/n 21326 of Air France between April 1977 and November 1994. Later sold to Sabena but scrapped at Chateauroux the same month.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Boeing 747 of Air France.
Boeing 747 of Air France.

Tupolev Tu-154B

Reg. CCCP-85223 / SSSR-85223 Tupolev Tu-154B with special red markings : "Official Olympic Carrier" between engines and Aeroflot airline name. In the distance an Airbus (A300 or A310).

Tupolev Tu-154 of Aeroflot.

(background) Reg. F-BLCA Boeing 707-328B c/n 18685-5205 of Air France. Better seen fifteen years before in Boeing Boeing.

Tupolev Tu-154 of Aeroflot.

Second Part

Action is set at the fictional mountainous airport of Bidri. An earthquake is destroying the runway and a dam and an oil refinery.

Yakovlev Yak-40

Yakovlev Yak-40 of Aeroflot.

Model Trijet

Earthquake had broken the brakes and this "Lockheed L-1011" look alike is rolling into the terminal.

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Tupolev Tu-114

Explosion and fire of the airliner (now clearly identified as a Tupolev Tu-114 minus its engines).

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Hughes OH-6 Cayuse

Probably a machine sized at the end of the Vietnam War. Only seen on the ground (a mock is used for the flight).

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Model Airliner

A first airliner (mock of a twinjet) tries to take off and fails.

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Tupolev Tu-114

But the airframe in flames is the central part of a Tupolev Tu-114 (note the space between windows over the wing). This is a Continuity error : the Kuznetsov NK-12MV turboprops removed, the ill-fated twinjet is now a four engined burning plane ...

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Tupolev Tu-154B

Registration CCCP-85131, c/n 75A-131.
First seen landing at Bridi airport then during the earthquake.

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After several disaster, it's a mock which takes off.

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... and eventually landed in a poor condition ! But the real airframe after a last flight on 05 October 1979, was used as instructional airframe at Krivoy Rog Technical School, Ukraine (at least until 2013). By some coincidence, 1980 saw three landing accidents in which a Tupolev Tu-154 had lost its rear section, the first three with such result.

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