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Wings of Russia DVD covers.

Documentary (2009)

This page is about DVD07 to DVD12.

About the first six DVDs, please read Wings of Russia.
DVDs 13 to 18 are on Wings of Russia (page 3).

Contents

DVD 7: Shturmoviks and Frontline Bombers - Over the Battlefield

Ilyushin Il-2M3 Sturmovik

WofRussia07 Ilyushin Il-2.jpg

Albatros D.III

WofRussia07 Albatros U-2.jpg
WofRussia07 Albatros U-1.jpg

Deperdussin TT

Already seen on DVD01.

WofRussia07 Deperdussin TT.jpg

Etrich Taube

WofRussia07 Taube2.jpg
WofRussia07 Taube1.jpg

Morane-Saulnier L

WofRussia07 Morane-Saulnier L russian.jpg

Unidentified Aircraft

From a US movie of the thirties (Wings)?

WofRussia07 Movie.jpg

Sopwith F.1 Camel

Sopwith F.1 Camel with RAF code N6254. An airframe with this code is at the NASM.

WofRussia07 Sopwith Camel N6254.jpg

Albatros B.II

WofRussia07 Albatros B-2.jpg

Voisin III

WofRussia07 Voisin III.jpg

Airco DH.4

WofRussia07 what2.jpg
WofRussia07 russian DH-4.jpg

Breguet 14 B2

WofRussia07 Breguet XIV-B2.jpg
WofRussia07 Breguet XIV-loading.jpg

Various Projects of the TsKB

Several design of the thirties including the Kochyerigin TSh-3 (bottom).

WofRussia07 TsKB 1930s.jpg

Polikarpov R-5

Seen throughout this DVD.

WofRussia07 polikarpov R-5f.jpg
WofRussia07 polikarpov R-5 start.jpg
WofRussia07 polikarpov R-5.jpg

One hundred or so improved Polikarpov R-5-SSS were built.

WofRussia07 polikarpov R-5-SSS.jpg
WofRussia07 polikarpov R-5u.jpg

Tupolev TB-3

Massive flypast of the thirties.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

WofRussia07 Tupolev TB-3.jpg

Flight Simulator

WofRussia07 flight Sim.jpg

Vultee V-11

USSR bought three of them and built under license 31 others.

WofRussia07 Vultee V11.jpg
WofRussia07 Vultee V11 1of4.jpg

ANT-51

Prototype of a versatile type of tactical aircraft (reconnaissance, light bomber and ground-attack). It will evolve into the BB-1 then will be produced as Sukhoi Su-2 but the very first design was made at Tupolev's bureau.

WofRussia07 Sukhoi Su-2 Ivanov.jpg

Polikarpov I-16

WofRussia07 polikarpov I-16.jpg

Polikarpov R-Z

WofRussia07 polikarpov R-Z.jpg
WofRussia07 polikarpov R-Za.jpg

Tupolev SB

WofRussia07 Tupolev SB.jpg

Messerschmitt Bf 109 D

WofRussia07 Bf 109D.jpg
WofRussia07 Bf 109D2.jpg

Tupolev SB-2-M-103 & Polikarpov I-15bis

WofRussia07 Tupolev SB-2M-103 I-152.jpg
WofRussia07 under attack.jpg
WofRussia07 Tupolev SB late.jpg

Tupolev USB

WofRussia07 Tupolev USB.jpg

Tupolev TB-3-4AM-34FRN

WofRussia07 Tupolev TB-3-4AM-34FRN.jpg

Tupolev SB-2-M-100A

WofRussia07 Tupolev SB M100.jpg
WofRussia07 Tupolev SB Ski.jpg

Junkers Ju 87 B Stuka

WofRussia07 Junkers Ju-87.jpg

Petlyakov VI-100

Prototype of the Pe-2.

WofRussia07 Petlyakov Vi-100.jpg

Petlyakov Pe-2

Various variants.

WofRussia07 Petlyakov Pe-2 s110.jpg
WofRussia07 Petlyakov Pe-2 s1.jpg

Douglas SBD Dauntless

WofRussia07 Douglas SBD.jpg

Arkhangelsky Ar-2

WofRussia07 Arkhangelsky Ar-2.jpg

Polikarpov High-speed Dive Bomber Projects

The SPB.

WofRussia07 polikarpov SPD.jpg

VIT-1 of 1937.

WofRussia07 polikarpov VIT-1.jpg

VIT-2 built in 1938.

WofRussia07 polikarpov VIT-2.jpg

Yakovlev UT-1

Held in hands by Yakovlev's visitor. Already seen in DVD02.

WofRussia07 Yakovlev UT-1.jpg

Yakovlev Yak-2 (aka Ya-22)

WofRussia07 Yakovlev Yak-2.jpg

Yakovlev Yak-4

Aka BB-22bis (Blizhnij Bombardirivschik, "short-range bomber").

WofRussia07 Yakovlev Yak-4.jpg

Tupolev Tu-2S

WofRussia07 Tupolev Tu-2.jpg
WofRussia07 Tupolev Tu-2 cockpit.jpg

Breguet 19

Probably a Breguet 19 of the Aeronáutica Militar before the Spanish Civil War (or of the Spanish Republic in the very first days of the fightings).

WofRussia07 unknown 1a.jpg
WofRussia07 unknown 1b.jpg

Ilyushin Il-2 Sturmovik

WofRussia07 Il-2.jpg

TsKB-55P single seat variant.

WofRussia07 Il TsKB-55.jpg

Tupolev SB-2-M-103

WofRussia07 Tupolev SB-2M-103 late.jpg

Messerschmitt Bf 109 E-4/N

Messerschmitt Bf 109 E-4/N WNr 5819 of Major A. Galland, France, October 1940.

WofRussia07 Bf109E-3 WNr-5819.jpg

Polikarpov I-153

WofRussia07 polikarpov I-153.jpg

Sukhoi Su-2

WofRussia07 Sukhoi Su-2.jpg

Same shot at Air War Over Finland 1939 - 1945.

WofRussia07 Sukhoi Su-2a.jpg
WofRussia07 Sukhoi Su-2b.jpg

Junkers Ju 87 B/R Stuka

WofRussia07 Junkers Ju-87B-R.jpg

Petlyakov Pe-2

Several variants.

WofRussia07 Petlyakov Pe-2 s31.jpg
WofRussia07 Petlyakov Pe-2 s31f.jpg
WofRussia07 Petlyakov Pe-2 s83.jpg
WofRussia07 Petlyakov Pe-2 s31 leaflet.jpg

From the Soviet movie Хроника пикирующего бомбардировщика (Khronika pikiruyushchego bombardirovshchika).

WofRussia07 Petlyakov Pe-2 rear gunner.jpg

Yakovlev Yak-18

A surprising Yakovlev Yak-18 acting a Focke-Wulf Fw 190; look at Khronika pikiruyushchego bombardirovshchika for more details.

WofRussia07 Petlyakov Pe-2 Yak18 german.jpg

Tupolev Tu-2S

WofRussia07 Tupolev Tu-2 ASh-82.jpg
WofRussia07 Tupolev Tu-2 46.jpg

Sukhoi Su-6 & Sukhoi Su-8

WofRussia07 Sukhoi Su-6 Su-8.jpg

Douglas A-20 Havoc

WofRussia07 A-20 havoc.jpg
WofRussia07 Douglas A-20 Boston.jpg
WofRussia07 Douglas A-20 turret.jpg

Ilyushin TsKB-57

WofRussia07 Il TsKB-57s.jpg

Footage from Osobo vazhnoye zadaniye (oсобо важное задание), movie of 1980.

WofRussia07 Il-2 movie.jpg

Focke-Wulfe Fw 190

WofRussia07 ground-attack.jpg

Messerschmitt Bf 109

WofRussia07 Bf109-tail.jpg

Ilyushin Il-2M

WofRussia07 Il-2M.jpg

КРЫЛЬЯ НАРОДА (Kryl'ya Naroda) 1943 movie.

WofRussia07 Il-2 song.jpg

Junkers Ju 87 G-2 Stuka

WofRussia07 Junkers Ju-87G-2.jpg

Junkers Ju 87 D Stuka

WofRussia07 Junkers Ju-87D.jpg

Heinkel He 111 H

WofRussia07 Heinkel He-111H.jpg

Junkers Ju 88 A

WofRussia07 Junkers Ju-88.jpg
WofRussia07 Junkers Ju-88A.jpg

Focke-Wulf Fw 189

WofRussia07 FW 189.jpg

Focke-Wulfe Fw 190 F

WofRussia07 FW 190F.jpg

Henschel Hs 129

WofRussia07 Henschel Hs129.jpg

Tomashevich Pegasus

WofRussia07 Tomashevich-Pegasus.jpg
WofRussia07 Tomashevich-Pegasus2.jpg

Henschel Hs 129 B

WofRussia07 Henschel Hs129B.jpg

Ilyushin Il-16

WofRussia07 Il-U8.jpg
WofRussia07 Il-16.jpg

Ilyushin Il-10

WofRussia07 Il-10.jpg

North American A-36 Apache

WofRussia07 NA A-36.jpg

Ilyushin Il-20

Single prototype which must not be confused with the military transport/ELINT variant of the Il-18.

WofRussia07 Il-20.jpg

Ilyushin Il-22

Seen on DVD07 but also on DVD06.

Tupolev Tu-12

WofRussia07 Tu-12.jpg

Ilyushin Il-28

WofRussia07 Il-28.jpg

Ilyushin Il-28U

WofRussia07 Il-28U.jpg

Ilyushin Il-40

Seen on DVD07 and DVD08.

Second prototype, the Il-40P.

WofRussia07 Il-40b.jpg

Myasishchev M-4

WofRussia07 Myasishchev M-4.jpg

DVD 8: Shturmoviks and Frontline Bombers - Jet Strike

Sukhoi Su-34

WofRussia08 Su-34Paris.jpg

Republic F-84 Thunderjet

WofRussia08 F-84.jpg

Tupolev Tu-16

WofRussia08 Tu-16.jpg

Boeing B-47 Stratojet

WofRussia08 B-47.jpg

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15

WofRussia08 Mig-15.jpg

Ilyushin Il-14

WofRussia08 Il-14.jpg

Tupolev Tu-4

WofRussia08 Tu-4.jpg

Ilyushin Il-12

WofRussia08 Il-12.jpg

Ilyushin Il-10

WofRussia08 Il-10.jpg
WofRussia08 Il-10c.jpg

Ilyushin Il-28

WofRussia08 Il-28.jpg
WofRussia08 Il-28c.jpg

Tupolev Tu-2S

WofRussia08 Tu-2.jpg

Unidentified Aircraft

From the news shown in theater during 1956.

Seen on DVD08 and already on DVD06.

Tupolev Tu-16 & Ilyushin Il-28

Models on the left.

WofRussia08 classroom.jpg

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-17

WofRussia08 Mig-17.jpg

Ilyushin Il-54

WofRussia08 Il-54.jpg

Tupolev Tu-98

WofRussia08 Tu-98.jpg

Yakovlev Yak-28R

WofRussia08 Yak-28.jpg
WofRussia08 Yak-28f.jpg
WofRussia08 Yak-28g.jpg
WofRussia08 Yak-28-06.jpg

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-19

WofRussia08 Mig-19.jpg

Sukhoi Su-7B

WofRussia08 Su-7.jpg
WofRussia08 Su-7B.jpg

Tupolev Tu-4 & Ilyushin Il-28

WofRussia08 Il-28-Tu-4.jpg

Republic F-105D Thunderchief

WofRussia08 F-105D.jpg
WofRussia08 F-105D nu.jpg

Republic F-105D-6-RE Thunderchief s/n 60-0424.

WofRussia08 F-105D naked.jpg

Sukhoi S-26 prototype

WofRussia08 Su-S-26 36-01.jpg
WofRussia08 Su-S-26 ski.jpg

Taking off with the help of two SPRD-110 rockets.

WofRussia08 Su-S-26 SPRD-110.jpg

Sukhoi Su-7U

With a sheeted Mig-17 in the background.

WofRussia08 Su-7U Mig.jpg

Myasishchev 3M & Tupolev Tu-16 & Yakovlev Yak-28P

WofRussia08 AP-1967.jpg

Sukhoi Su-17 prototypes

Unidentified prototype.

WofRussia08 Su-17 proto.jpg

S-22I during the 1967 Air Show at Domodedovo.

WofRussia08 Su S-22I Domodedovo.jpg
WofRussia08 Su S-22I vire.jpg
WofRussia08 Su S-22I 1967.jpg
WofRussia08 Su S-22I moving.jpg

Sukhoi Su-17M

WofRussia08 Su-17M.jpg

Sukhoi Su-17M2

WofRussia08 Su-17M2.jpg

Sukhoi Su-17UM

Change on the Mongol two seat trainer to improve forward vision.

WofRussia08 Su-17M3.jpg

Sukhoi Su-17M4

WofRussia08 Su-17M4.jpg
WofRussia08 Su-17M4-tail.jpg

Mil Mi-8PS

WofRussia08 Mi-8PS.jpg

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-27

WofRussia08 Mig-27.jpg

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-23B

WofRussia08 Mig-23B.jpg

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-27K

WofRussia08 Mig-27 nose.jpg
WofRussia08 Mig-27K.jpg
WofRussia08 Mig-27Kn.jpg

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-27M

WofRussia08 Mig-27M.jpg

Of the Indian Air Force.

WofRussia08 Mig-27M IAF.jpg

Unidentified Aircraft

Su-7 ?

WofRussia08 HAS.jpg

HAL Tejas (LCA prototype)

Probably Paris Le Bourget air show, 1995. As the first technology demonstrator, TD-1, rolled out on 17 November 1995, it's only a full scale model.

WofRussia08 HAL LCA.jpg

Sukhoi Su-T6 prototypes

WofRussia08 Su T6.jpg

With a Tupolev Tu-104 or Tu-124 in the distance.

WofRussia08 Su T6 Tu-104.jpg

Sukhoi Su-T6-1 prototype

WofRussia08 Su T6-1.jpg

Sukhoi Su-T58VD prototype

A study of VTOL based on the Sukhoi Su-15.

WofRussia08 Su T-58VD.jpg

Tupolev Tu-134 & Antonov An-24 & Yakovlev Yak-40 & Mil Mi-10

From left to right.
Please note that the Tu-134 may be a Tu-124.

WofRussia08 AP2-1967.jpg

Sukhoi Su-24

Early Series but now with the swing-wing.

WofRussia08 Su-24early.jpg

Sukhoi Su-24M

Sukhoi Su-24M conducting tests of the UPAZ-A1 refueling set.

WofRussia08 Su-24M UPAZ-A1.jpg

General Dynamics F-111 Aardvark

WofRussia08 F-111.jpg

McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II

WofRussia08 F-4.jpg

This one is a F-4B.

WofRussia08 F-4D.jpg

Bell UH-1 Iroquois

WofRussia08 UH-1.jpg

Boeing B-52 Stratofortress

WofRussia08 B-52.jpg

North American F-100 Super Sabre

WofRussia08 F-100.jpg

Douglas AD-5 Skyraider

WofRussia08 AD-5.jpg

Ilyushin Il-62

Ilyushin Il-62 of Aeroflot.

Ilyushin Il-40

First prototype of 1953.

WofRussia08 Il-40.jpg

Sukhoi Su-25

WofRussia08 Su-25.jpg

Close-up on the landing gear from a documentary about the manufacturer Sukhoï.

WofRussia08 Doc-Su 1980.jpg
WofRussia08 Su 25-BDA.jpg

Ilyushin Il-102 & Ilyushin Il-76

New design of 1982. Il-76 of Aeroflot-Soviet Airlines in the background.

WofRussia08 Il-102 Il-76.jpg

Two prototypes built; here is the second one coded 10102.

WofRussia08 Il-102 10102.jpg

Sukhoi Su-17

Afghan Air Force used the type between 1983 and 1992.

WofRussia08 Su 17-Afghan83-92.jpg

General Dynamics F-16A Fighting Falcon

WofRussia08 F 16C.jpg

Sukhoi Su-27

WofRussia08 Su-27.jpg

Sukhoi Su-34

WofRussia08 Su-34.jpg
WofRussia08 Su-34L.jpg

Ilyushin Il-78

WofRussia08 Il-78.jpg

Sukhoi Su-17UM3

WofRussia08 Su-17UM3.jpg

Airbus A319 & Dassault Falcon business jets family

Le Bourget 1995. Aéroport de Paris-Le Bourget.

WofRussia08 Le-Bourget-1995.jpg

McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornet

Still at Paris Air Show (Le Bourget) in 1995.

WofRussia08 Le-Bourget-1995 F-18.jpg

Sukhoi Su-29

Paris Air Show (Le Bourget) in 1997.

WofRussia08 Su-29.jpg

Sukhoi Su-32FN

44 blue c/n 41160662700573 adorn with show number 343. The Su-32FN is now known as Su-34.

WofRussia08 Su-32FN PLB97.jpg

Antonov An-70

In the background.

WofRussia08 An-70.jpg

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21 MF LanceR

Mig-21 6721 of the Forţele Aeriene Române (Romanian Air Force) upgraded by Elbit. Paris Show number 332 (1997).

WofRussia08 Elbit-Aerostar MiG-21 LanceR.jpg

Panavia Tornado GR4

WofRussia08 Tornado.jpg

McDonnell Douglas F-15E Strike Eagle

WofRussia08 F-15E.jpg

Sukhoi Su-24M

WofRussia08 Su-24M.jpg

Mikoyan MiG-29

WofRussia08 Mig-29.jpg

Ilyushin Il-62 & Tupolev Tu-154M

Both without their engines but the Tupolev has no more external wing panels too.

WofRussia08 Il-62 Tu-154.jpg

Sukhoi Su-25TK

WofRussia08 Su 25-TK.jpg

Mil Mi-28

WofRussia08 Mi-28.jpg
WofRussia08 Mi-28f.jpg

DVD 9: Commercial Airplanes - Aerial Coachmen

Tupolev Tu-104B-TS

Reg. CCCP-L5412. Two Tu-104s were registered with this code, one in 2006. Date of this footage suits more with airliner built in 1959 with s/n 921102 and wearing this code from 15 September 1976 to 23 September 2004.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Seen on DVD09 and later in color on DVD10.

De Havilland DH.106 Comet

De Havilland DH.106 Comet of Canadian Pacific Airlines.

Tupolev Tu-104

Registration CCCP-L5413, s/n 6350002 built in 1956. Changed to CCCP-42319 at end of 1959. Seen on DVD09 and DVD10.

Reg. CCCP-L5413 Tupolev Tu-104 of Aeroflot.

Boeing 367-80 Dash 80

Registration N70700, c/n 17158 built in 1954. Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg. N70700 Boeing 367-80 Dash 80 of the Boeing Company.

Ilyushin Il-12

Seen on the title screen of this episode.

WofRussia09 Il-12 title.jpg

Wright Flyer III

Same aircraft seen in other movies - IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

WofRussia09 Wright.jpg
WofRussia09 Wright2.jpg

Farman HF.3

Grande semaine d'aviation de Reims, August 1909. Henri at the controls won the first prize with passengers (10 km within 10 mn 39).
Same aircraft seen in other movies - IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

WofRussia09 HF-IIIa.jpg
WofRussia09 HF-III-30.jpg

Curtiss D

WofRussia09 Curtiss Pusher.jpg

Blériot XI

WofRussia09 Bleriot-XI 14.jpg

Albessard Aérobus

Same aircraft seen in other movies - IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

WofRussia09 Albessard-Aérobus1.jpg
WofRussia09 Albessard-Aérobus2.jpg

Unidentified Aircraft

WofRussia09 What.jpg
WofRussia09 What03-RedSquare.jpg
WofRussia09 What04.jpg
WofRussia09 What05.jpg

Voisin III

WofRussia09 VoisinIII.jpg

Same shot already used in Dver, otkrytaya v nebo.

WofRussia09 VoisinIIIs.jpg

Nieuport 10

WofRussia09 Nieuport-10.jpg

Albatros B.III

WofRussia09 Soviet Albatros BIIIa.jpg
WofRussia09 Soviet Albatros BIIIb.jpg

Sopwith 1½ Strutter

WofRussia09 Sopwith.jpg
WofRussia09 Sopwith Strutter.jpg

Airco DH.4

WofRussia09 Airco DH4.jpg

Fokker F.III

WofRussia09 Fokker FIIIa.jpg
WofRussia09 Fokker FIIIb.jpg

Reg. RR-8 Fokker F.III c/n 1658 of Deruluft. Later registered D-200 (in 1926).

WofRussia09 Fokker FIII-RR8.jpg

Junkers F 13

Used by Dobrolet, an early Soviet aviation company, a precursor of Aeroflot.

Junkers F 13 of Dobrolet.

Polikarpov R1

Copy of DH.9A built in Soviet Union.

WofRussia09 Polikarpov-R1a.jpg
WofRussia09 Polikarpov-R1b.jpg
WofRussia09 Polikarpov-R1.jpg

Khioni Kh-5

WofRussia09 Khioni-Kh-5 Konek-Gorbunok.jpg

Pre 1928 Soviet registration RR-DLC. Khioni Kh-5 c/n 22.

WofRussia09 Khioni-Kh-5 RR-DLC.jpg

Junkers F 13

Another F 13 used by Drobolet, including the second named Pravda (Truth).

Junkers F 13 of Dobrolet.
Junkers F 13 of Dobrolet.

Unidentified Aircraft

WofRussia09 what08.jpg

Dornier B Merkur

Registration RR-30 Dornier B Merkur c/n 130 of Deruluft.

Reg. RR-30 Dornier B Merkur of Deruluft.
Reg. RR-30 Dornier B Merkur of Deruluft.

Registration RR-DAW Dornier B Bal Merkur c/n 163.

Reg. RR-DAW Dornier B Bal Merkur of Dobrolet.
Reg. RR-DAW Dornier B Bal Merkur of Dobrolet.

Junkers F 13

WofRussia09 Junkers F-13a.jpg

Reg. RR-ECH Junkers F 13 c/n 636. Same aircraft was too registered D-225 and D-ONUZ.

WofRussia09 Junkers F-13 R-RECH.jpg

Aleksandrov-Kalinin AK-1

Only one prototype built in 1924. Registration is RR-DAX. Crashed in 1925, 367 days after its registration.

WofRussia09 Kalinin AK-1.jpg
WofRussia09 Kalinin AK-1b.jpg

Tupolev ANT-2

Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

WofRussia09 Tupolev ANT-2.jpg
WofRussia09 Tupolev ANT-2a.jpg

Polikarpov PM-1

Reg. RR-USS. Was registered temporarily R-RMPH in May 1925 during a flight from Moscow to Pekin (Beijing).

WofRussia09 Polikarpov R-RUSS.jpg

Junkers F 13

Registration RR-DAE Junkers F 13 c/n 656 of Dobrolet and named Latyschskij Strelok.

Reg. RR-DAE Junkers F 13 Latyschskij Strelok of Dobrolet.

Fokker F.V

Another aircraft built in a single exemplary.

WofRussia09 Fokker FV.jpg

Kalinin K-1

WofRussia09 Kalinin K-1.jpg
WofRussia09 Kalinin K-1b.jpg

Kalinin K-3

WofRussia09 Kalinin K-3.jpg

Kalinin K-4

WofRussia09 Kalinin K-4.jpg

Reg. CCCP-219 / SSSR-219 Kalinin K-4 c/n 110.

WofRussia09 Kalinin K-4 CCCP-219.jpg

Reg. CCCP-179 / SSSR-179 Kalinin K-4 c/n 111.

WofRussia09 Kalinin K-4 CCCP-179 sn111.jpg

Kalinin K-5

WofRussia09 Kalinin K-5.jpg
WofRussia09 Kalinin K-5 260ex.jpg
WofRussia09 Kalinin K-5b.jpg

Polikarpov R-5

WofRussia09 Polikarpov R-5.jpg

Polikarpov U-2

Reg. CCCP-A121 / SSSR-A121.

WofRussia09 Polikarpov U-2 CCCP-A12.jpg
WofRussia09 Polikarpov U-2 CCCP-A121.jpg

Reg. CCCP-A757 / SSSR-A757.

WofRussia09 Polikarpov U-2 CCCP-A757 ep.jpg

Shavrov Sh-2

Experimental registration CCCP-X31 (or X51 ?) / SSSR-Kh31.

WofRussia09 Shavrov Sh-2.jpg

Yakovlev AIR-5

Forerunner of the AIR-6 airliner.

WofRussia09 Yakovlev AIR-5.jpg

Yakovlev AIR-6

Reg. CCCP-Л1007 / SSSR-L1007.

WofRussia09 Yakovlev AIR-6 L1007.jpg

Putilov Stal-2

WofRussia09 Putilov Stal-2.jpg

Reg. CCCP-Л1104 / SSSR-L1104.

WofRussia09 Putilov Stal-2 L1104.jpg

Putilov Stal-3

Registration CCCP-Л1206 / SSSR-L1206.

WofRussia09 Putilov Stal-3 L1206.jpg

Same aircraft (registration CCCP-л1250 cut) in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg. CCCP-Л1250 / SSSR-L1250 Putilov Stal-3 of Aeroflot.

Tupolev ANT-14 & Gribovsky G-10

The single giant Tupolev ANT-14 (reg. CCCP-N1001 / SSSR-I1001) behind the little sports aircraft Gribovsky G-10 (reg. CCCP-C280 / SSSR-S280).

WofRussia09 Tupolev ANT-14 G-10.jpg

Leningradskii-Kombinat INAH-1

Registration CCCP-Л1304 / SSSR-L1304.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (seen on Semero smelykh).

WofRussia09 Leningradskii-Kombinat INAH-1.jpg
WofRussia09 Leningradskii-Kombinat 7brave-movie.jpg

Unidentified Tupolev

Probably a four engine.

WofRussia09 Tupolev ANT-what0.jpg

Tupolev ANT-14

Reg. CCCP-N1001 / SSSR-I1001

WofRussia09 Tupolev ANT-14tail.jpg
WofRussia09 Tupolev ANT-14.jpg
WofRussia09 Tupolev ANT-14f.jpg
WofRussia09 Tupolev ANT-14 CCCP-I1001.jpg

Tupolev ANT-9 (PS-9)

WofRussia09 Tupolev PS-9a.jpg
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Reg. CCCP-Л127 / SSSR-L127.

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Tupolev ANT-9

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Dobrolet livery.

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Reg. URSS-309, the prototype of the Tupolev ANT-9.

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Tupolev ANT-9 (PS-9) Krokodil

In the mid thirties, a PS-9 was painted and decorated after a design by VB Shavrov. Used for propaganda tasks.

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Tupolev ANT-20

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With a chase Polikarpov I-5 fighter.

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Tupolev ANT-20bis

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Tupolev G-2

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Reg. CCCP-Л1494 / SSSR-L1494.

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Polikarpov R-5

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Polikarpov P-5

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Kharkov KhAI-1

Forty airframes built in the mid thirties.

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Bartini Stal-7

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Yermolayev Yer-2

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ZIG-1 alias Laville PS-89

André Laville was a french ingeneer in charge of this project but who went back home before the first flight. Seven airframes built.

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Tupolev ANT-35

Reg. URSS N035.

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For the Aeroflot, the Tupolev ANT-35 was the PS-35.

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With what seems to be a Putilov Stal-3 in the distance.

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Douglas DC-2

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Lisunov Li-2

Alias PS-84 for Aeroflot like this one registered CCCP-Л4218 / SSSR-L4218.

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A set for the cockpit of the Lisunov seen in Vozdushnyy izvozchik.

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Pressed into the air force once the outbreak of war.

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Douglas C-47A-30-DK Skytrain

S/n 43-48123.

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Shcherbakov Shche-2

Nearly 500 built and used until the end of the war and even some years later on some commercial airline routes.

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Yakovlev Yak-6

Its Yakovlev's counterpart built in slighty less number.

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Lisunov Li-2 & Douglas C-47 & Ilyushin Il-12

Ilyushin Il-12 on the far right.

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Yakovlev Yak-16

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Yakovlev Yak-10

On the left.

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Ilyushin Il-12

Registration CCCP-L1710.

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Ilyushin Il-14

Ilyushin Il-14 of Aeroflot.
Ilyushin Il-14 of Aeroflot.

Mil Mi-1

Under the right wing.

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Antonov An-2

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Reg. CCCP-L1935.

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Reg. CCCP-05925

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Lockheed L-1049 Constellation

Lockheed L-1049 Constellation of KLM - Royal Dutch Airlines.
Lockheed L-1049 Constellation of TWA-Trans World Airlines.

Boeing C-97 Stratofreighter

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Ilyushin Il-18 (1946)

This is the 1946 model, the first aircraft named like this. A single one was built and used well into the fifties. This 60 seats passenger aircraft was not put into production.

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Tupolev Tu-70

Another single airframe built airliner which was not ordered in serie.

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Lisunov Li-2 & Ilyushin Il-12 & SNCASE Sud Est SE.2010 Armagnac

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Jet Engines

This is a Klimov RD-10, the Soviet derivative of the German Junkers Jumo 004.

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Another design, this one using a centrifugal compressor; a Rolls-Royce Nene or one of its Soviet derivatives like the Klimov VK-1 ?

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De Havilland DH-106 Comet 1

Reg. G-ALVG the prototype. Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

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Boeing 707

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Tupolev Tu-104

Here is the real CCCP-L5400 of Aeroflot ; a model is seen on Starik Khottabych.

Reg. CCCP-L5400 Tupolev Tu-104 of Aeroflot.
Reg. CCCP-L5400 Tupolev Tu-104 of Aeroflot.

Ilyushin Il-28

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DVD 10: Commercial Airplanes - Wings Over Continents

Tupolev Tu-144 (izdeliye 044)

Tupolev Tu-144 prototype, registration CCCP-68001.

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First take off on 31 December 1968.

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Aérospatiale-BAC Concorde 102

Aérospatiale-BAC Concorde 102.

Ilyushin Il-86

Credits of DVD10.

Ilyushin Il-86 of Aeroflot.

Ilyushin Il-12

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Tupolev Tu-104B

Reg. CCCP-42434, c/n 920801 built in 1959. Already seen in Dver, otkrytaya v nebo.

Reg. CCCP-42434 Tupolev Tu-104B of Aeroflot.

Tupolev Tu-16K-11-16

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Tupolev Tu-104

Tupolev Tu-104 of Aeroflot.

Reg. CCCP-L5412 of Aeroflot. Two airframes with such registration were acting as Gate Guard at Moscow Vnukovo airport.

Reg. CCCP-L5412 Tupolev Tu-104 of Aeroflot.

De Havilland DH.106 Comet

De Havilland DH.106 Comet of BEA-British European Airways.

Hawker Siddley Argosy

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Vickers 951 Vanguard

Vickers 951 Vanguard of BEA-British European Airways.

Tupolev Tu-110

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Antonov An-10

Antonov An-10 of Aeroflot.

Registration CCCP-L1957 of Aeroflot.

Reg. CCCP-L1957 Antonov An-10 of Aeroflot.

Antonov An-10B

Ilyushin Il-18

Ilyushin Il-18 of Aeroflot.

Tupolev Tu-16K-10

Tupolev Tu-16K-10 with K-10S.

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Antonov An-12

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Ilyushin Il-18

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Another one of Aeroflot-Polyarnaya Aviatsiya (Polar aviation).

Tupolev Tu-114

Tupolev Tu-114 of Aeroflot.
Reg. CCCP-76472 Tupolev Tu-114 of Aeroflot.

Tupolev Tu-95K22

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Tupolev Tu-116

Note the Ilyushin Il-28 in the background.

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Tu-95 fitted with passenger cabins as a stop-gap while the Tu-114 was being developed. Only two converted, one used by Nikita Khrushchev.

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Tupolev Tu-114

Tupolev Tu-114 of Aeroflot.
Tupolev Tu-114 of Aeroflot.

Reg. CCCP-L5611.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg. CCCP-L5611 Tupolev Tu-114 of Aeroflot.

One of the four Tupolev Tu-114 of Aeroflot used in association with Japan Air Lines on the Moscow-Tokyo route (1967-1969).

Tupolev Tu-114 of Aeroflot / Japan Air Lines.

Movie's screenshots

From Yeshchyo raz pro lyubov.
Apron with Tupolev Tu-104, Ilyushin Il-18, Antonov An-10 and Ilyushin Il-14 all of Aeroflot.

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Ilyushin Il-18В reg. CCCP-75817 s/n 182004703 of Aeroflot.

Reg. CCCP-75817 Ilyushin Il-18В of Aeroflot.

Tupolev Tu-104B reg. CCCP-42499, s/n 021802 of Aeroflot with Antonov An-10 in the background.

Reg. CCCP-42499 Tupolev Tu-104B of Aeroflot and Antonov An-10.

Antonov An-10 & Ilyushin Il-18

Antonov An-10 & Ilyushin Il-18 of Aeroflot.

Tupolev Tu-104B

In the foreground, CCCP-42411 Tupolev Tu-104B on service from June 1959 until 31 October 1973.
Reg. CCCP-42483 Tupolev Tu-104B which had crashed on 16 May 1963.
Three others TU-104 and four Il-18 are visible. All of them from Aeroflot.

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Tupolev Tu-154B-2

Reg. CCCP-85011 Tupolev Tu-154B-2 c/n 71A-011 of Aeroflot built in 1971 and transferred to aerotechnical School at Yegoryevsk in 1994.

Reg. CCCP-85011 Tupolev Tu-154B-2 of Aeroflot.

Tupolev Tu-104

False registration CCCP-L5412 for the Tupolev 104A c/n 921102 in Aeroflot livery. First aircraft acting as gate guard at Vnukovo International Airport.

Tupolev Tu-104 in Aeroflot livery.

Antonov An-10A

Reg. CCCP-11211 Antonov An-10A s/n 0402502 of Aeroflot built in 1960. In service from 1st January 1961 to 27 August 1973 (unsatisfactory technical condition). In fact, crashed on 18 may 1972. The aircraft had logged 15483 flying hours and 11105 cycles. Aeroflot ceased Antonov 10 operations following this accident.

Reg. CCCP-11211 Antonov An-10A of Aeroflot.

Antonov An-24RV

Reg. CCCP-46469 of Aeroflot, built in 1972. Registration changed in 1993 for the Ukrainian one UK-46469 one year after flying for Air Ukraine. Last flight on May 2004 and scrapped on April 2012.

Reg. CCCP-46469 Antonov An-24RV of Aeroflot.

Desk model with a fictionous (?) registration.

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Antonov An-24B

Reg. CCCP-47700, built in 1965 and probably scrapped in 1996.

Reg. CCCP-47700 Antonov An-24B of Aeroflot.
Reg. CCCP-47700 Antonov An-24B of Aeroflot.

Reg. CU-T880 used by Cubana de Aviación from 1966 until 1990.

Reg. CU-T880 Antonov An-24B of Cubana de Aviación.

Tupolev Tu-124

Reg. CCCP-45005 Tupolev Tu-124 used by Aeroflot between 1961 and 1992 when it was scrapped.

Reg. CCCP-45005 Tupolev Tu-124 of Aeroflot.
Reg. CCCP-45005 Tupolev Tu-124 of Aeroflot.

Reg. CCCP-45022 Tupolev Tu-124 used by Aeroflot between 1962 and 1979.

Reg. CCCP-45022 Tupolev Tu-124 of Aeroflot.

Reg. CCCP-45010 Tupolev Tu-124 used by Aeroflot between 1961 and 1981. Then grounded during eight years before being scrapped.

Reg. CCCP-45010 Tupolev Tu-124 of Aeroflot.

Antonov An-24

Reg. CCCP-46714, s/n 27300102 built in 1962 and scrapped in 1987.

Reg. CCCP-46714 Antonov An-24 of Aeroflot.

Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle I

Reg. F-BHHI of Air France, is the second prototype used in May 1959 by French President General de Gaulle and seen here at Vnukovo International Airport. The front part is now part of the Air and Space Museum at Le Bourget Airport (Paris).

Reg. F-BHHI Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle I of Air France.

Note in the background the Tu-104 facing the Caravelle and some Il-14 at left.

Reg. F-BHHI Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle I of Air France.

Tupolev Tu-134

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Reg. CCCP-45076, first of the type.

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A shot from Neveroyatnye priklyucheniya italyantsev v Rossii.

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Tupolev Tu-104 & Ilyushin Il-18

In the foreground, Tupolev Tu-104 (registration CCCP-424??) with Ilyushin Il-18s int the backgound.

Tupolev Tu-104 & Ilyushin Il-18 of Aeroflot.

Tupolev Tu-134

Tupolev Tu-134 of UTair Aviation.
Tupolev Tu-134 of Aeroflot-Russian Airlines.

Ilyushin Il-62

Technical drawing and desk model of the Il-62.

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Reg. СССР-06156 first prototype of the Ilyushin Il-62 in Aeroflot livery.

Reg. СССР-06156 Ilyushin Il-62 of Aeroflot.

Reg. CCCP-86684.

Reg. CCCP-86684 Ilyushin Il-62 of Aeroflot.

Movie КРЫЛЬЯ ОКТЯБРЯ / KRYL'YA OKTYABRYA / Wings of October (1967 - 49 mn).

Ilyushin Il-62 of Aeroflot.

Another movie about Ilyushin : Конструктор легендарных «Илов»/ Konstruktor legendarnykh «Ilov» / LEGENDARY DESIGNER Iliyushin (1972 - 30 mn).

Ilyushin Il-62 of Aeroflot.

Ilyushin Il-62

Reg. CCCP-86678.

Reg. CCCP-86678 Ilyushin Il-62 of Aeroflot.

Reg. CCCP-86673.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg. CCCP-86673 Ilyushin Il-62 of Aeroflot.

Ilyushin Il-62M

Ilyushin Il-62M of Aeroflot.

Yakovlev Yak-40

Yakovlev Yak-40 of Aeroflot.

Reg. CCCP-87791, c/n 9920203.

Reg. CCCP-87791 Yakovlev Yak-40 of Aeroflot.

Reg. CCCP-87490: Built as a standard Yak-40 (c/n 9110117), this aircraft was later upgraded and became the prototype Yak-40K. It has been in the Russian Air Force Museum at Monino since at least 2002.

Reg. CCCP-87490 Yakovlev Yak-40 of Aeroflot.

Reg. CCCP-87654, c/n 9211720 built in 1972; later UN-87654 in 1993 (when flying for Air Kazakhstan). Written off in 2004.

Reg. CCCP-87654 Yakovlev Yak-40 of Aeroflot.

Antonov An-10A & Antonov An-12

In the foreground Antonov An-10A of Aeroflot-Polyarnaya Aviatsiya (Polar Aviation).

Antonov An-10A of Aeroflot-Polyarnaya Aviatsiya (Polar Aviation) and Antonov An-12.

Various Russian Airliners

Up, from left to right: Ilyushin Il-62, Ilyushin Il-18, Antonov An-10, Yakovlev Yak-40, Ilyushin Il-14 and Lisunov Il-2.
Bottom: Tupolev Tu-114, Tupolev Tu-104, Tupolev Tu-124, Tupolev Tu-134, Antonov An-2 and Antonov An-24.

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Antonov An-14

Reg. CCCP-L1053 Antonov An-14 (second prototype).

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Beriev Be-32

Beriev Be-32 of Aeroflot.

Antonov An-2

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Antonov An-2F

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Let L-410 UVP Turbolet

Reg. UR-67472 L-410 (s/n 841237) built in 1984 and upgraded to UVP standard since 1993.

Let L-410 UVP Turbolet of Kharkov State Aircraft Manufacturing Company.

Beriev Be-10

Will be shown longer on DVD 12.

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Beriev Be-32

Reg. CCCP-67205 built as a Beriev Be-30 (c/n OC0600101) for Aeroflot then upgraded to Be-32 in 1976. Became RA-67205 in May 1993 three years before being upgraded to Be-32K.

Reg. CCCP-67205 Beriev Be-32 of Aeroflot.

Beriev Be-32K

The Beriev Be-32K is a variant with two 820 kW (1100shp) Pratt & Whitney PT6A-65B turboprops.

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Antonov An-28

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Vickers 701 Viscount & Hawker Siddeley HS.121 Trident 1C

Vickers 701 Viscount of Cambrian Airways and Hawker Siddeley HS.121 Trident 1C of BEA-British European Airways.

Boeing 727-30

Boeing 727-30 of Lufthansa.

Tupolev Tu-154 & Tupolev Tu-144

Tupolev Tu-154 and Tupolev Tu-144 of Aeroflot.

Tupolev Tu-154

Wind tunnel model seen on a movie titled 50 years of TsAGI

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Tupolev Tu-154B-1

Reg. CCCP-85021, c/n 74A059. Changed in 1993 to EX-85021 when transferred to Kyrgyzstan Airlines.

Reg. CCCP-85021 Tupolev Tu-154B-1 of Aeroflot.

Reg. CCCP-85059, c/n 74A059.

Reg. CCCP-85059 Tupolev Tu-154B-1 of Aeroflot.

Tupolev Tu-154B-2

Reg. HA-LCB, c/n 73A046 of Malév Hungarian Airlines, built in 1973 as -B variant. Upgraded to B-2 standard in 1980 and retired on July 1994 at Flughafen Stuttgart (Airport) where its registration was changed to D-AFSG.

Reg. HA-LCB Tupolev Tu-154B of Malév Hungarian Airlines.

Reg. OK-YBB, c/n 90603 used by ČSA-Československé Aerolinie from 1969 to 1985. Destroyed during explosives tests on November 1985.

Reg. OK-YBB Tupolev Tu-154B-2 of ČSA-Československé Aerolinie.

Tupolev Tu-154B-1

Reg. CCCP-85238 (later RA-85238), c/n 77A238. Scrapped in February 1996.

Reg. CCCP-85238 Tupolev Tu-154B-1 of Aeroflot.

Tupolev Tu-154M

Reg. RA-85627 (former CCCP-85627) c/n 87A756.

Reg. RA-85627 Tupolev Tu-154M of Aeroflot-Russian Airlines.

Reg. RA-85687 in the colors of S7 - Siberia Airlines. Others registrations : CCCP-85687, EP-MAC and EP-MAZ.

Reg. RA-85687 Tupolev Tu-154M of S7 Airlines.

Tupolev Tu-144

Tupolev Tu-144 of Aeroflot.
Tupolev Tu-144 of Aeroflot.

Tupolev Tu-144 (izdeliye 044)

Reg. CCCP-68001, prototype with a unique engine layout.

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Probably the same desk model seen in Nebo so mnoy.

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Ilyushin Il-76

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Tupolev Tu-144S

Reg. CCCP-77101 pre-production Tupolev Tu-144S.
Shot from дверь открытая в небо (Dver, otkrytaya v nebo / The door is open to the sky) a 1973 documentary (18 min.).

Reg. CCCP-77101 Tupolev Tu-144 (izdeliye 004) of Aeroflot.

Tupolev Tu-144S

Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.
Reg. CCCP-77102 at Le Bourget on 3rd June 1973.

Reg. CCCP-77102 Tupolev Tu-144S of Aeroflot.

Overfly during better days.

Reg. CCCP-77102 Tupolev Tu-144S of Aeroflot.

Reg. CCCP-77109 which flew the first regular passenger flight on 1st November 1977.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg. CCCP-77109 Tupolev Tu-144S of Aeroflot.
Reg. CCCP-77109 Tupolev Tu-144S of Aeroflot.

Aérospatiale-BAC Concorde 102

Aérospatiale-BAC Concorde 102 of British Airways.

Aérospatiale-BAC Concorde 101

Reg. F-BTSC, c/n 203 built in 1975. Crashed into a hotel in Gonesse, France on 25 July 2000, killing all 109 on board and 4 on the ground. Aircraft seen in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg. F-BTSC Aérospatiale-BAC Concorde 101 of Air France.

Boeing 2707

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Boeing 707-123B

Boeing 707-123B of American Airlines.

Boeing 707-121

Airbus A300B

Reg. F-WUAB Airbus A300B1 first of the family. This is the registration dedicated to manufacturer's trials. The aircraft was scrapped on 27th August 1974.

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McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 of VARIG-Viaçao Aérea Rio Grandense.

Lockheed L-1011-385-1 Tristar 1

Lockheed L-1011-385-1 Tristar 1 of British Airways.

Ilyushin Il-86

Ilyushin Il-86 of Aeroflot.

Project of a variant with two decks.

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Ilyushin Il-86 of Aeroflot.
Ilyushin Il-86 of Aeroflot.

Ilyushin Il-86 & Yakovlev Yak-42 & Tupolev Tu-154B-2

Reg. CCCP-42308 Yakovlev Yak-42 in front of an Ilyushin Il-86, itself hiding a Tupolev Tu-154B-2 registered CCCP-85297.

Reg. CCCP-42308 Yakovlev Yak-42, Ilyushin Il-86, and reg. CCCP-85297 Tupolev Tu-154B-2 of Aeroflot.

Ilyushin Il-96-300

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Probably Ilyushin Il-96-300 of KrasAir reg. RA-96014 (c/n 74393202011) christened Mikhail Vodopyanov (михаил Водопьянов).

Ilyushin Il-96-300 of KrasAir.

Ilyushin Il-96-300 & Ilyushin Il-114

Seen with a Beriev A-50 on DVD04.

Ilyushin Il-96-300 of Aeroflot and Ilyushin Il-114.

Ilyushin Il-96-400T

Reg. RA-96102 in the colors of Atlant-Soyuz Airlines but which never flew for this company.

Reg. RA-96102 Ilyushin Il-96-400T of Atlant-Soyuz Airlines.

Ilyushin Il-96-300

Reg. RA-96016 before upgrade to fulfill Presidential standarts.

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Yakovlev Yak-42

Reg. CCCP-42302.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg. CCCP-42302 Yakovlev Yak-42 of Aeroflot.
Reg. CCCP-42302 Yakovlev Yak-42 of Aeroflot.

Reg. CCCP-1974.

Reg. CCCP-1974 Yakovlev Yak-42 of Aeroflot.

Tupolev Tu-154M

Reg. RA-85818, c/n 85A719.

Reg. RA-85818 Tupolev Tu-154M of Omskavia.

Tupolev Tu-204

Reg. RA-64001 first prototype of the Tupolev Tu-204 in 1989.

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The same aircraft upgraded to Tu-204-300 alias Tu-234 seen here in 1997. In the foreground, one of the Tu-204 under the Aeroflot-Russian International Airlines evaluation flight program. Note the awful livery used for a short period of time on RA-64008 and RA-64009.

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Tupolev Tu-154 & Tupolev Tu-204

Tupolev Tu-154 of Aeroflot and Tupolev Tu-204.

Tupolev Tu-204-300

One of the six Tupolev Tu-204-300 of Vladivostok Air.

Tupolev Tu-204-300 of Vladivostok Air.

Ilyushin Il-114

Reg. RA-54000 Ilyushin Il-114 c/n 1001 seen in 1993 or later. During the 1991 Paris Le Bourget Airshow, the aircraft recieved the airshow number 372 when it was registered CCCP-54000.

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Tupolev Tu-334

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Tupolev Tu-334 & Tupolev Tu-134

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Antonov An-140

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Antonov An-148

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Boeing 737

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Boeing 757-230

Boeing 757-230 of VIM Airlines (Air Bashkortostan).

Airbus A320-214

Airbus A320-214 of Aeroflot-Russian Airlines.

Airbus A321 & Airbus A350

Desk models on the Airbus showroom.

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Boeing 787 Dreamliner

Another desk model.

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Airbus A380-841

Airbus A380-841 of Singapore Airlines.

Sukhoi Superjet 100

Reg. RA-97001 first prototype.

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DVD 11: Ekranoplans - On the Edge of Two Elements

Pitts Sky Car

Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

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Etienne Oemichen N°7 Helicostat

Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

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Ilyushin Il-12P

Reg. СССР-Л1399 (SSSR-L1399) Ilyushin Il-12P s/n 30134 built in 1947 and used by Aeroflot until 1958.

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Unidentified Aircraft

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Kamov Ka-22

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Rostislav-Alexeyev KM "Korabl Maket" (Naval Prototype)

Only one KM was built but the number on its tail has changed several times. We can read 02 for this flight using the ground effect.

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Grade II „Libelle“ alias Eindecker

Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

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Farman MF.7

Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

WofRussia11 Farman.jpg

Airco DH.9

WofRussia11 Airco DH-9.jpg

Dunne D.5

WofRussia11 Dunne D-5.jpg

Polikarpov U-2

WofRussia11 Polikarpov U-2.jpg

Polikarpov R-5

WofRussia11 Polikarpov R-5.jpg

Gee Bee Model Z

Reg. NR77V. Seconds before this scene are seen in Flying Wild.

WofRussia11 GB model-Z.jpg

Various Ground Effect Vehicle

Several studies of Swedish and Finnish designers.

WofRussia11 GEV study1.jpg
WofRussia11 GEV study2.jpg

Piotr Grakovsky project

WofRussia11 Grakovsky study3.jpg

Unidentified Yak Fighter

WofRussia11 yak.jpg
== Rostislav-Alexeyev SM-1 ==
WofRussia11 Alexeyev SM-1.jpg

Rostislav-Alexeyev Proof of Concept Model

WofRussia11 Alexeyev POC.jpg

Rostislav-Alexeyev SM-2

WofRussia11 Alexeyev SM-2.jpg

Douglas A-4C Skyhawk

WofRussia11 Douglas A-4C.jpg

McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II

WofRussia11 MDD F-4C.jpg

Beriev Be-12

WofRussia11 Beriev be-12.jpg
WofRussia11 Beriev be-12-3.jpg

Beriev Be-1

In fact, an hydroplane, not a GEV (Ground Effect Vehicule).

WofRussia11 Beriev be-1.jpg

Bartini VVA-14

WofRussia11 Bartini VVA-14.jpg
WofRussia11 Bartini CCCP-19172a.jpg
WofRussia11 Bartini CCCP-19172b.jpg

Ilyushin Il-38

WofRussia11 Il 38.jpg

Zelenodolsky plant Gorky Project 1205

WofRussia11 hovercraft project-1205.jpg

Almaz shipbuilding company Project 12321 Dzheyran MDK-16 '501'

Used from 1990 to end of 1995.

WofRussia11 hovercraft MDK-16 501.jpg

Levkov L-1

1934. Fruit of the experiment of Vladimir Izrailevich Levkov (1885 - 1954).

WofRussia11 hovercraft Levkov L-1.jpg

Levkov L-5

1936.

WofRussia11 hovercraft Levkov L-5.jpg

Yakovlev Yak UT-2N (SYeN)

One of the designer of Levkov OKB moved to Yakovlev OKB and was responsible of this experimental testbed for an air cushion landing gear.

WofRussia11 Yak-UT-2 XP.jpg

Vickers Prototype

Test of an upgrade kit for Land Rover.

WofRussia11 Vickers.jpg

Westland Saunders-Roe SR-N2

WofRussia11 WofRussia11 Westland-Saunders-Roe SR-N2.jpg

British Hovercraft Corporation SR.N4

WofRussia11 Westland-Saunders-Roe SR-N4.jpg

SEDAM Naviplane N500

Société d’Étude et de Développement des Aéroglisseurs Marins (SEDAM) N500-02 christened "Ingénieur Jean Bertin" and registered BL 341.931 seen between 1977 and 1981. The second one built was used near Bordeaux.

WofRussia11 SEDAM N500-naviplane.jpg

Various air cushion vehicule

Soviet experimetal.

WofRussia11 soviet experimetal-test1.jpg

Soviet experimetal air cushion tank.

WofRussia11 soviet air-cushion-tank.jpg

Gus-class LCAC

Landing craft (hovercraft) derivated from the Project 1205 and used until 1990. 32 built.

WofRussia11 hovercraft project-1205 D-462.jpg
WofRussia11 hovercraft soviet 752.jpg

Aist-class LCAC

Small landing ship. 20 built from studies of Project 1232.1 Dzheyran.

WofRussia11 hovercraft MDK-unk Project-12321.jpg

Zubr-class LCAC

From Project 1232.2. Several in use with Russian Navy. Two of them bought by Greece which later sold them to China (RPC).

WofRussia11 Zubr-Class.jpg

Rostislav-Alexeyev KM "Korabl Maket" (Naval Prototype)

WofRussia11 KM-01.jpg
WofRussia11 KM-cockpit.jpg

Alexeyev SM-5

WofRussia11 Alexeyev SM-5.jpg

Alexeyev SM-6

WofRussia11 Alexeyev SM-6.jpg

Alexeyev A-90 Orlyonok

Only five were built.

WofRussia11 Alexeyev Orlyonok.jpg
WofRussia11 Alexeyev Orlyonok stop.jpg

Tupolev Tu-95A

WofRussia11 Tupolev Tu-95A.jpg

Alexeyev Lun-class Ekranoplan

Only three built.

WofRussia11 Alexeyev loon.jpg

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-23

Footage from Vizhu Tsel!.

WofRussia11 MiG 23.jpg

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-25

WofRussia11 MiG 25-P.jpg

Sukhoi Su-15

Another footage from Vizhu Tsel!.

WofRussia11 Su 15.jpg

Grumman's project of a catamaran formula GEV

WofRussia11 Grumman.jpg

RFB X-114

RFB means Rhein-Flugzeugbau (as the manufacturer). The chief designer was Alexander Lippisch (1894 - 1976).

WofRussia11 RFB X-114.jpg

Grunin ESKA-1

WofRussia11 ESKA-1.jpg

Alexeyev Passenger WIG Aircraft Project

Dynamic test model (1/10 scale ?).

WofRussia11 Alexeyev passengerWIG.jpg

Alexeyev Volga-2

WofRussia11 Alexeyev volga2.jpg

Alexeyev Strizh

WofRussia11 Alexeyev strizh.jpg

Sukhoi S-90-200

WofRussia11 Sukhoi S90.jpg

KOMETEL EL-7 Ivolga

WofRussia11 KOMETEL EL-7.jpg

ATT Aquaglide 5

WofRussia11 ATT Aquaglide.jpg

Beriev Be-200

In the left background.

WofRussia11 Beriev Be-200.jpg

Boeing Pelican (project)

WofRussia11 Boeing Pelican.jpg

KAI T-50B Golden Eagle

WofRussia11 KAI T-50.jpg

Airbus A321-131

Reg. D-AIRS (ex D-AVZX) Airbus A321-131 c/n 595 of Lufthansa.

WofRussia11 Airbus A321-131 D-AIRS.jpg

Airbus A319-111

This one wears Aeroflot colors. Note in the background the Antonov An-124 Ruslan.

Airbus A319-111 of Aeroflot.

DVD 12: Seaplanes - Steel Albatrosses

Beriev Be-200 ChS

WofRussia12 Beriev Be200ChS.jpg

(no screenshot provided) Beriev Be-200 Registered RA-21511 is seen seconds later.

Beriev Be-12P-200

WofRussia12 Beriev Be12P-200.jpg

Mil Mi-26

WofRussia12 Mil Mi-26.jpg

Antonov An-32P

WofRussia12 Antonov An-32P.jpg

Beriev A-40

20 Red Beriev A-40 c/n B2 built in 1989.

WofRussia12 Beriev A-40.jpg

Beriev Be-103

WofRussia12 Beriev Be103.jpg

Blériot XI

WofRussia12 Bleriot XI.jpg

Unidentified Aircraft

WofRussia12 what0.jpg
WofRussia12 what1.jpg
WofRussia12 what1A.jpg
WofRussia12 what3.jpg

Farman HF.3 or Bristol Biplane ?

WofRussia12 Farman III.jpg

Voisin Archdeacon Hydroplane

Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

WofRussia12 Voisin-Archdeacon Hydroplane DV.jpg

Voisin Canard floatplane

Probably filmed during the trial made on the Seine river on 1912.

WofRussia12 canard Voisin.jpg

Farman MF.3

Monaco 1912. Maurice Farman MF.3 with Renault 70 hp engine.

WofRussia12 Farman monaco.jpg

Curtiss Model E

WofRussia12 Paulhan-Curtiss 1912 monaco.jpg

Donnet-Lévêque 1912

WofRussia12 Donnet Leveque.jpg

Unidentified Aircraft

Three seats. Farman ?

WofRussia12 hydro.jpg

End of action seen nn minutes later.
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F.B.A. C

WofRussia12 hydroA.jpg

Sommer 1910

WofRussia12 Sommer-1910.jpg

Heinkel_HD 55 (KR-1)

Flying boat designed by Heinkel by request of the Soviet Navy which used them under the type KR-1.

WofRussia12 Heinkel HD-55 KR-1.jpg

Nieuport VI

Saint-Malo – Jersey race in 1912 ?

WofRussia12 Nieuport.jpg

Curtiss Model E

WofRussia12 Curtiss-E.jpg

Armstrong Whitworth Sea Scout

Airship with aircraft fuselage using as nacelle. 50 or so built (11 for Italy, 4 for France, one for Japan).

WofRussia12 AW-SeaScout.jpg

(to be checked) Already seen in former chapters :

WofRussia12 bleriot DV05.jpg
WofRussia12 bleriot HF4 DV01.jpg

Gakkel V

Yakov Modestovich Gakkel (1874-1945) designed a dozen aircraft through 1924. The Gakkel V is from 1910.

WofRussia12 Gakkel-V 1911.jpg

Sikorsky S-5

Usually known as it but as that time, Igor Sikorsky was working for the R-BVZ (Russko-Baltiisky Vagonny Zavod / aircraft division for the Russian Baltic Railroad Car Works).

WofRussia12 R-BVZ S-6B.jpg

Sikorsky S-10

WofRussia12 Sikorsky S-10.jpg

Grigorovich M-11

WofRussia12 Grigorovich M-11.jpg
WofRussia12 Grigorovich M-11a.jpg

Grigorovich M-5

WofRussia12 Grigorovich M-5.jpg
WofRussia12 Grigorovich M-5a.jpg

Unidentified Aircraft

WofRussia12 hydroE.jpg

Junkers G 23

WofRussia12 Junkers G-23.jpg

Junkers Ju-20

Type name given by the Soviets but aircraft was known as Junkers A 35 by the maker.

WofRussia12 Junkers Ju-20 A-35.jpg

Junkers JuG-1

Alias TB-2 when fitted by wheels. These Soviet military designations were in fact for the K 30, the military Junkers G 24.

WofRussia12 Junkers JuG-1 TB-2.jpg

Junkers F 13

Reg. RR-DAE Junkers F 13 c/n 656 already seen on DVD09 but then fitted with wheels.

WofRussia12 Junkers F-13 DAE.jpg

Junkers W 33 PS-3

Reg. SSSR L-31 c/n 2533. Before it was broken up in 1935, has worn too these registrations : RR-DAO then SSSR-177.

WofRussia12 Junkers W-33 PS-3.jpg

Dornier Do J Wal

WofRussia12 Dornier Wal.jpg

Reg. SSSR L-303 seen through theater news in 1939

WofRussia12 Dornier Wal artic.jpg

SIAI S.16

WofRussia12 Savoia S-16.jpg
WofRussia12 Savoia S-16b.jpg

Savoia Marchetti S.55 P

Note the S written with cyrillic alphabet : "C-55". Used by Aeroflot.

WofRussia12 Savoia S-55.jpg

Polikarpov MR-1

WofRussia12 Polikarpov MR-1.jpg

Polikarpov MU-1

73 of this trainer floatplane have been produced between 1925 and 1929. The basic airframe is an unlicensed derivative of the Avro 504.

WofRussia12 Polikarpov MU-1.jpg

Tupolev ANT-4

Reg. URSS-300
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

WofRussia12 Tupolev ANT-4.jpg

Sixty-six Tupolev TB-1 airframes had been built with floats.

WofRussia12 Tupolev TB-1.jpg

Grigorovich ROM-2

WofRussia12 Grigorovich ROM-2.jpg

Unidentified Aircraft

WofRussia12 what-4.jpg

Beriev MP-1

WofRussia12 MBR-1.jpg

Reg. CCCP-Л2530 / SSSR-L2530 one of the few derivative of the Beriev MBR-2 used from 1934 for civil flights (movie report 1939).

WofRussia12 MBR-2 civil.jpg

Shavrov Sh-2

WofRussia12 shavrov sh-2.jpg

Reg. CCCP-Л1450 / SSSR-L1450

WofRussia12 shavrov sh-2 L-1450.jpg

Chyetverikov SPL

WofRussia12 Chyetverikov-SPL.jpg

Wings and engine folded ready to put into its hangar.

WofRussia12 Chyetverikov-SPLr.jpg

Parnall Peto

One of the two Parnall Peto British small seaplane designed to be used as a submarine-carried reconnaissance aircraft.

WofRussia12 Parnall-Peto.jpg

Chyetverikov PSM & Tupolev TB-3

Did not reach operational status.

WofRussia12 Chyetverikov-PSM.jpg

TB-3-4AM-34RN

WofRussia12 Tupolev TB-3.jpg

Polikarpov I-5

WofRussia12 Polikarpov I-5.jpg

Tupolev ANT-8

WofRussia12 Tupolev ANT-8.jpg

Tupolev ANT-22

WofRussia12 Tupolev ANT-22.jpg

Tupolev ANT-27

WofRussia12 Tupolev ANT-27.jpg

Tupolev ANT-44

WofRussia12 Tupolev ANTB44.jpg

Petlyakov Pe-8

In the background of the Tupolev ANT-44.

WofRussia12 Petlyakov Pe-8.jpg

Beriev KOR-1 (Be-2)

WofRussia12 Beriev be-2 KOR-1.jpg
WofRussia12 Beriev be-2 KOR-1b.jpg

Heinkel HD 55

WofRussia12 Heinkel HD-55 KR-1.jpg

Heinkel HD 55 was pressed into service in USSR as the Heinkel KR-1.

WofRussia12 Heinkel KR-1.jpg

Beriev KOR-2 (Be-4)

WofRussia12 Beriev be-4 KOR-2.jpg

Short S.20 Mercury “Mayo Composite” & Short S.21 Maia “Mayo Composite”

Reg. G-ADHJ Short S.20 Mercury serial n° S796 on top of Reg. G-ADHK Short S.21 Maia serial n° S797.
Both aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

WofRussia12 Short S-20 S-21.jpg

Fairchild 91

WofRussia12 Fairchild-91.jpg

Beriev MBR-2

WofRussia12 Beriev MBR-2.jpg

Consolidated PBY-5 Catalina

Named GST by Soviets.

WofRussia12 Consolidated PBY-Catalina.jpg

Martin 156

Further development of the Martin 130 intended for the Pan-Am but rejected in favor of the Boeing 314, the single unit built was sold to Aeroflot in 1937. Named PS-30, it was put into regular service in 1940 and was utilized in the Soviet Far East along the Pacific coast until 1944.

WofRussia12 Martin-156.jpg

Sikorsky S-43

Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.
WofRussia12 Sikorsky S-43 film.jpg

Douglas DF

Only four were built. Two of them went to Soviet Union where they are known as Douglas DF-195.

WofRussia12 Douglas DF.jpg

Chyetverikov MDR-6

WofRussia12 Chyetverikov MDR-6.jpg

Beriev MBR-2bis

WofRussia12 MBR-2.jpg

Consolidated PBN-1 Catalina

WofRussia12 Consolidated PBN-1.jpg

Aichi D3A

WofRussia12 Aichi D3A.jpg

Mitsubishi A6M2 Zero Model 21

WofRussia12 A6M.jpg

Nakajima B6N Tenzan

Kamikaze attack on 4th December 1943.
Same aircraft on IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

WofRussia12 kamiDV.jpg

Kawanishi H6K

WofRussia12 H6K.jpg

Kawanishi H8K2

H8K2 51-085 of the 851st Kōkutai in flight, before being shot down by a U.S. Navy PB4Y-1, 2 July 1944.

WofRussia12 H8K.jpg

Martin PBM Mariner

WofRussia12 Martin PBM Mariner.jpg

Consolidated PB2Y Coronado

WofRussia12 Consolidated PB2Y Coronado.jpg

Consolidated PB4Y-1 Liberator

WofRussia12 Consolidated PB4Y-1.jpg

Consolidated PBY-1 Catalina

Consolidated PBY-1 Catalina of VP-12, before 1st July of 1939 (VP-12 was actually redesignated VP-51).

WofRussia12 PBY-1 VP-12.jpg

Consolidated PBY-5A Catalina

Amphibious variant of the famous flying boat.

WofRussia12 PBY-5A.jpg

Those bought by Royal Air Force were named Catalina IIIA.

WofRussia12 Catalina-IIIA.jpg

Beriev LL-143

Prototype of the Beriev Be-6.

WofRussia12 Beriev Be6 study.jpg
WofRussia12 Beriev LL-143 proto.jpg

Tupolev Tu-4

WofRussia12 Tupolev Tu-4.jpg

Beriev Be-6

Shot of УЧЕНИЯ КРАСНОЗНАМЁННОГО БАЛТИЙСКОГО ФЛОТА (Exercise 'Baltic Fleet') showing gunner and pilot and radio stations. A documentary (?) from the department of defence (1958).

WofRussia12 Beriev Be6 1958.jpg

Beriev Be-8

WofRussia12 Beriev Be8.jpg
WofRussia12 Beriev Be8 fly.jpg

Lockheed L-049 Constellation

Howard Hughes after a flight with one of the first Constellation of TWA-Trans World Airlines.

WofRussia12 Constel-TWA.jpg

Hughes H-4 Hercules

WofRussia12 Hughes H-4.jpg

Yakovlev Yak-15

WofRussia12 Yak-15.jpg

Beriev R-1

WofRussia12 Beriev R-1.jpg

Beriev Be-10 & Yakovlev Yak-18

WofRussia12 Beriev Be-10 Yak-18.jpg

Yakovlev Yak-18

WofRussia12 Yak-18.jpg

Beriev Be-10

WofRussia12 Beriev Be-10x4.jpg

Beriev M-10 (modified Be-10)

Beriev Be-10 (c/n 0600505), Bort No. 40 Yellow a special airframe which broke 12 world records in 1961.

WofRussia12 Beriev M-10.jpg
WofRussia12 Beriev M-10-12WR.jpg

Martin P6M SeaMaster

WofRussia12 Martin P6M.jpg
WofRussia12 Martin Seamaster.jpg

Supersonic Project

WofRussia12 Supersonic.jpg
WofRussia12 SupersonicConcept.jpg

Several model used for experiments. Please note the left model with a shape close to the Convair Sea Dart.

WofRussia12 Studies.jpg

Convair XF2Y-1 Sea Dart

WofRussia12 Seadart.jpg

Convair R3Y Tradewind

WofRussia12 Convair R3Y.jpg
WofRussia12 Convair R3Y-tradewind.jpg

Douglas A-4F Skyhawk

WofRussia12 Douglas A-4F.jpg

Tupolev Tu-95RT

WofRussia12 Tupolev Tu-95.jpg

Ilyushin Il-38

WofRussia12 Il-38.jpg

Beriev Be-12

WofRussia12 Beriev be-12.jpg
WofRussia12 Beriev be-12 panel.jpg

Beriev Be-12 #96 beaching with cargo load for humanitarian help after the October 1983 earthquake at the Kuril Islands.

WofRussia12 Beriev be-96.jpg

Beriev Be-12P

WofRussia12 Beriev be-12P exting.jpg

Beriev Be-12P-200

Reg. RA-00046 Beriev Be-12P-200.

WofRussia12 Beriev be-12P.jpg
WofRussia12 Beriev be-12P-200.jpg

Ilyushin Il-76

WofRussia12 Il-76.jpg

Beriev Be-200

WofRussia12 Beriev be-200 factory.jpg

Reg. RF-21512 Beriev Be-200ES.

WofRussia12 Beriev be-200.jpg

Beriev A-40

WofRussia12 Beriev A-40beaching.jpg

Mil Mi-14

WofRussia12 MIL Mi-14.jpg

Mikoyan MiG-29

WofRussia12 MIG 29.jpg

Bombardier CL-415

WofRussia12 CL-415.jpg

SGAU Chernov Che-22R-2 Korvet

Reg. RF-02538.

WofRussia12 Che-22 Korvet.jpg

Dubna (DMZ) Dubna-1 Shmel

Reg. RF-01473.

WofRussia12 Dubna-1 Shmel.jpg

Unidentified Aircraft

WofRussia12 amat3.jpg

Dubna (DMZ) Dubna-1 Shmel chasing an unidentified aircraft.

WofRussia12 amat1.jpg

SAU R-02 Robert

Reg. RF-02558 prototype.

WofRussia12 SAU R-02 RF-02558.jpg

Beriev Be-103

Reg. RA-03002.

WofRussia12 Beriev Be-103 RA-03002.jpg

Beriev Be-200 & Beriev A-40

Interesting view showing the different sizes of these two Beriev designs. The Be-200 (left) has a wingpan of 32.8 m (107 ft 7 in) vs 41.62 m (136 ft 6 in) for the A-40.

WofRussia12 Beriev be-200 A-40.jpg


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