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TV Series (2005-2006)
Russian title : Аэропорт
English title : Aeroport
Aleksey Khardikov (?)
Anna Snatkina (?)
Galina Sazonova (?)
Tagir Rakhimov (?)
- 1 Ep 1.01
- 2 Ep 1.02
- 3 Ep 1.04
- 4 Ep 1.05
- 5 Ep 1.06
- 6 Ep 1.08
- 7 Ep 1.10
- 8 Ep 1.11
- 9 Ep 1.14
- 10 Ep 1.15
- 11 Ep 1.16
- 12 Ep 1.17
- 13 Ep 1.18
- 14 Ep 1.20
- 15 Ep 1.21
- 16 Ep 1.25
- 17 Ep 1.27
- 18 Ep 1.29
- 19 Ep 1.30
- 20 Ep 2.01
- 21 Ep 2.07
- 22 Ep 2.11
- 23 Ep 2.13
- 24 Ep 2.16
- 25 Ep 2.18
- 26 Ep 2.19
- 27 Ep 2.23
- 28 Ep 2.29
- 29 See also
Reg. VP-BHD British Aerospace BAe 125 but since 2016 this registration is now for an Airbus A330-243.
Reg. RA-85756 Tupolev Tu-154M of Dagestan Airlines seen in several episodes.
Tupolev Tu-204 or Tu-214 of Rossiya — Russian Airlines.
Tupolev Tu-134А-3М of Sirius-Aero.
Tupolev Tu-134A of Gyumri Airlines (ex Chernomorskie Airlines livery).
Reg. RA-85456 Tupolev Tu-154B-2 of Atlant-Soyuz Airlines.
Yakovlev Yak-42 of Gazpromavia.
Reg. RA-65724 Тu-134А-3М c/n 66445 still with the livery of Sirius-Aero but actually owned by St. Air (Antex Pole).
Reg. HB-ITF Gulfstream G-IV(SP) c/n 1202.
Reg. RA-96012 Ilyushin Il-96-300PU of Rossiya - Special Flight Detachment (the first of five presidential plane of this type).
Yakovlev Yak-42D of Karat, the defunct Russian airline Karat Air (based at Vnukovo International Airport, Moscow, from 1993 until 2007). Note on the right (just near the yellow car) the Gromov Air/KMV title on an unidentified airliner.
Reg. RA-65692 Tupolev Tu-134B-3 of ShaNS Air (ШаНС Эйр) a short-lived Russian airline (ICAO code : SNF from 1999 to 2008). This Tupolev was first registered as SSSR-65692 then four years as YL-LBB.
Tupolev Tu-154M of the 36th Special Aviation Regiment of the Polish Air Force (Siły Powietrzne). Which one of the Presidential aircraft : 101 / 90A837 or 102 / 90A862 ?
85109 is the Tupolev Tu-154M c/n 88A790 registered as RA-85109 of Aviaexpresscruise - AEC (not to be confused with Tu-154B-1 c/n 75A109 same registration but dismantled in 1994).
Yakovlev Yak-40 of Aero Rent with (right background) the tail of a Tupolev Tu-154 of Karat.
Aero Rent was a short-lived company (November 1996 - November 2011) which used four Yak-40s of which only two were in passenger version. The Russian Federation canceled the licence for violation (non-compliance) by the operator of the certification requirements.
Yak-42 of Kuban Airlines.
In the foreground a Tu-134 of Kaliningrad Avia.
Reg. RA-85452 Tupolev Tu-154B-2 c/n 80A452 of Aeroflot-Don (alias Donavia)
Antonov An-24 of UTair Aviation.
Reg. P4-GJC Boeing 737-700 BBJ c/n 30751/401 built in 1999. This Business Jet changed several times of registration : N888GW and VP-BMC and N888NY and N800GK are from the past as N737L is the current one.
Tupolev Tu-154 probably doing a reception flight after a major overhaul.
Reg. RA-65724 Tupolev Tu-134А-3М of Sirius-Aero already seen in episode 02.
Hot Air Balloon
Will overfly the Vnukovo International Airport and disturb the routine of the Moscow's airport...
Various Bizjet and Regional Airliner
Seen from the (future) Pochtovo-Gruzovoy Kompleks site, view towards southwest of Vnukovo airport before extension work added a taxiway and several hangar building.
1 - Learjet ?
2 - Reg. VP-CFL Dassault Falcon 900B c/n 164 built in 1994 (Proair Charter Transport for AST). This registration is now (since 2018) used for a white Dassault Falcon 7X (c/n 201).
3 - Hawker Siddeley HS.125 / British Aerospace BAe 125 / Raytheon Hawker 800
4 - Two Yakovlev Yak-40s
5 - Antonov An-24
6 - Cessna Citation X ?
Cockpit of an approching Tupolev Tu-154 with the three throttles ...
Continuity error : during the go-around, we just see a Tupolev Tu-134.
(left to right) Tupolev Tu-154B-1 & Tupolev Tu-134 (RA-65082 ?) & Yakovlev Yak-42D of МЧС России / Ministry of Emergency Situations reg. RA-42441 or RA-42446.
Antonov An-24 of UTair Aviation hidding Yakovlev Yak-42 RA-42344 of Yak Service with the tail of a Tupolev Tu-134 wearing the logo of Aerotex Airlines / RusLine.
Reg. RA-85456 Tupolev Tu-154B-2 (built in 1981) of Атлант-Союз / Atlant-Soyuz Airlines (put on storage on August 2005).
Tupolev Tu-134 of Rossiya — Russian Airlines.
Tupolev Tu-154M of Sibir Airlines.
Tu-134 of Kaliningrad Avia.
Tupolev Tu-134A-3 of VoronezhAvia.
Reg. OE-GTI Cessna 560XL Citation Excel c/n 560-5037 built in 1999 now N900WL (and OE-GTI is now for a Cessna 525C CitationJet CJ4).
Reg. OH-WIC Bombardier Challenger 604 (CL-600-2B16) c/n 5452 built in 2000 .
Reg. RA-85712 Tupolev Tu-154M c/n 91A888 and RA-85457 Tupolev Tu-134B-2 (c/n 80A457) of Kavkazskie Mineralnye Vody better known as Kavminvodyavia / KMV.
Tupolev Tu-154 of Aviaexpresscruise - AEC.
Reg. F-GNMF Dassault Falcon 900 c/n 047 built in 1988 of Dassault Falcon Service.
Reg. RA-64016 Tupolev Tu-204-100 c/n 1450743464016 of Kavkazskie Mineralnye Vody / KMV. Airliner christened Alexei Tupolev.
Tupolev Tu-154 of Dagestan Airlines.
Yakovlev Yak-42D of Gazpromavia.
Yakovlev Yak-40 of RusLine.
From ShaNS Air.
Tupolev Tu-154 of Karat.
From Atlant-Soyuz Airlines.
Reg. RA-85756 Tupolev Tu-154M of Dagestan Airlines.Rossiya — Russian Airlines.
Yakovlev Yak-42D of Gazpromavia.
Tupolev Tu-154 of Rossiya — Russian Airlines.
Ilyushin Il-86 of Atlant-Soyuz Airlines.
Same footage used in Ep 2.11
Passenger boarding on an Yakovlev Yak-42 of ALK-Kuban Airlines / Авиалинии Кубани - АЛК
(left) Yakovlev Yak-42D of Sirius-Aero with (right) an unidentified Yakovlev Yak-40.
(background) Tupolev Tu-154M of Aviaexpresscruise, an airline active between 1993 and 2004. The aircraft seems to be wearing China Southwest livery.
Reg. LZ-MIR Tupolev Tu-154M (c/n 90A852-0852) of Air VIA built in 1990 and sold to Red Wings in 2007 (becoming RA-85018) then flying under UTair colors until 2013. Scrapped in June 2018.
Tupolev Tu-154 of the 2011 defunct KavMinVody avia/KMV airline.
Tupolev Tu-204-300 of Vladivostok Air. The nose is adorn by logo and name сбербанк россии (Sberbank of Russia) so it's probably airframe 1450741564039 (reg. RA-64039) or 1450743364026 (re. RA-64026) or 1450744464038 (reg. RA-64038) or 1450744564040 (RA-64040). The three other ones used by Vladivostok Air were devoid of such lettering.