TV Series (2015 - 2019)
Ukrainian title: Слуга народу
Russian title: Слуга народа
French title : Serviteur du peuple
English title: Servant of the People
Volodymyr Zelenskyy (Vasyl Petrovych Goloborodko, high school history teacher AND President of Ukraine)
Stanislav Boklan (Yuriy Ivanovich Chuiko, the Prime Minister)
Viktor Saraykin (Petro Vassilyevich Goloborodko, Vasyl's father)
Nataliya Sumska (Mariya Stefanovna Goloborodko, Vasyl's mother)
Ukrainian political satire comedy television series about Vasyl Petrovych Goloborodko, a high-school history teacher who is unexpectedly elected President of Ukraine after a viral video filmed by one of his students shows him making a profane rant against government corruption in his country. The video's success led to a crowdfunding and so no need of any oligarchic support.
An AgustaWestland AW139 of the Japan Coast Guard, slightly edited with a yellow stripe over the "Japan Coast Guard" titles on the tail to instead resemble the Ukrainian flag.
We can see a partial registration JA9 below the rotor what looks code MH973 below the first window on the right, making this registration JA973A Mihozuru, c/n 31437.
Airbus A380 of Lufthansa.
Reg. UR-PSE c/n 38119 and UR-PSF c/n 38120 Boeing 737-84R (both built in 2012) and UR-GAN Boeing 737-36NF c/n 28569 built in 1998. All three of Ukraine International Airlines.
A Boeing 747 (either a -400F or an -8F) of Silk Way West Airlines.
Footage seen in Episode Nine then Fourteen.
Airbus A320-211 & Various Turkish Airlines Planes
Reg. SP-LIL Embraer E175LR of LOT Polish Airlines c/n 17000306 built in 2010.
A Boeing 737 Classic of Cargoair operating for DHL.
On the left, the Boeing 737-3Y0(F) of UIA cargo c/n 24462 (reg. UR-FAA or ZS-TIH, EC-244, EC-ENS, EI-BZQ, G-TEAA, EC-897, EC-FJR, G-BWJA, G-BZYC, G-EZYC, N105KH ... a full life for this 34-year-old airframe built as a -300 and converted to freighter in April 2005).
Six Antonov An-148 airframes at different stage of building in front of one of the three Antonov An-148-100B which worn the colors of Ukraine International Airlines between 2011 and 2013.
Note on the foreground the 1.7m longer Antonov An-158 (airframe 201-04, future reg. CU-T1714 for Cubana de Aviación).
Antonov/Taqnia An-132 (improved version of the Antonov An-32 twin-engined turboprop military transport aircraft that was under development jointly by Saudi Arabia and Ukraine. It was cancelled in April 2019).
Project name for RN STK-1 (Russian carrier rocket super-heavy class), program which appears to have been paused or stopped in 2020.