Kolik slov staci lasce?
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Czech title : Kolik slov stačí lásce?
Polish title : Miłość nie wymaga słów
Hungarian title : Hány szó kell a szerelemhez?
Vladimír Mensík (Taxikár)
Jirí Vala (Porucík letectva)
Jana Brejchová (Perucíkova dívka)
Jirina Bohdalová (servirka Zdenicka)
Reg. OK-NAA Ilyushin Il-18B c/n 189001604 / 016-04 built in 1959 and the first one delivered to ČSA-Československé Aerolinie.
Later modified as Ilyushin Il-18V. Despite a ground accident with a Tupolev Tu-134 on 2 Janaury of 1977, now preserved at Prague - Kbely (LKKB). Delivered on 8 January 1960, taken out of service on 28 February 1979.
Ready to stop on the tarmac, near a Tupolev Tu-104 (seen from a place under an Ilyushin Il-14).
Night (and day !) action at Prague Ruzyne (now Letiště Václava Havla Praha / Václav Havel Airport Prague (PRG/LKPR)).
Reg. I-LIRC Vickers Viscount V745D c/n 114 of Alitalia-Linee Aeree Italiane (December 1960 to December 1970).
Was first with Capital Airlines as N7416 (August 1954 > November 1960). From 1971, with Somali Airlines as 6OS-AAN then 6OS-SAN and used for spare parts until 1993.
Reg. LN-MOD Douglas DC-7C Seven Seas c/n 44930 christened Guttorm Viking of SAS-Scandinavian Airlines System.
On 24–25 February 1957, she was the first to fly a SAS regularly scheduled passenger flight from Copenhagen to Tokyo, via the North Pole.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Civil Fixed-Wing).
Reg. OK-NDD Tupolev Tu-104A built in 1960 for ČSA-Československé Aerolinie (c/n 96601803 / 18-03). Crashed on Monday 1 June 1970 5,5 km (3.4 mls) South of Tripoli (Libya) on the third approach killing all aboard.
Reg. OK-LDA Tupolev Tu-104A c/n 76600503
The first Tu-104 of ČSA-Československé Aerolinie and christened 'Praha'. Made her first commercial flight on 9 December 1957 and her last flight on 14 September 1973 in Kbely to become a museum exhibit (Letecké Muzeum). Restored in May 2008, still in perfect condition (2020).