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Email Autor Correction ID #1554942 / 263 Views
7-October-2017
RA-65693 On May 22nd, 2019, Alrosa's TU-134 performed the last scheduled passenger flight 6R693 MJZ-OVB of a Tupolev TU-134 in the world! (more of RA-65693)
Email Autor Correction ID #1505116 / 171 Views
7-October-2017
RA-46621 together with its sistership RA-26668. New in database. (more of RA-46621)
Email Autor Correction ID #1504504 / 67 Views
7-October-2017
RA-61711 arriving for my flight to IKT. (more of RA-61711)
Email Autor Correction ID #1504502 / 120 Views
7-October-2017
RA-41904 Alrosa is operating the last active Antonov AN-38 in the world! (more of RA-41904)
Email Autor Correction ID #1504342 / 269 Views
7-October-2017
RA-41904 Alrosa is still operating this very rare aircaft type. New in database! (more of RA-41904)
Email Autor Correction ID #1504340 / 305 Views
7-October-2017
RA-85654 Alrosa is one of the last TU-154 operators in the world! (more of RA-85654)
Email Autor Correction ID #1504339 / 92 Views
7-October-2017
RA-76357 is obviously used as source for spare parts. (more of RA-76357)
Email Autor Correction ID #1504337 / 267 Views
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7-October-2017
RA-65693 whirling up snow upon arrival in this remote Siberian township. (more of RA-65693)
Email Autor Correction ID #1481649 / 459 Views
7-October-2017
RA-65693 Alrosa announced that they will retire their TU-134 due to the lack of spare parts and high operating costs next year. So this is your last chance to fly with the last TU-134 in regular passenger service in the world based in Mirny seen here decelerating after a flight from Irkutsk. I arrived on this Soviet aircraft built in 1980 earlier that day from Novosibirsk! (more of RA-65693)