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Su-30 05 Russian Navy Bangalore Air Show 1998603 views
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Su-30 05 Russian Navy Bangalore Air Show 1998383 views
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MiG-29K 109 Russian Navy Bangalore India 2000359 viewsOn my way home, our Boeing parked next to this machine at Bombay Airport, where it had gone u/s during trials with the Indian Navy!
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An-22 CCCP-08834 Finow 1992352 views
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An-12WKP 9900902 Mahlwinkel 19 Sept 1992332 viewstaken from Tiger Moth D-ENDI
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Alan meets Anatoli at Ribnitz-Damgarten AB 27 July 1992 Дамгартен332 viewsAnatoli Kvotchur was based here during his military service. He later became MiG test pilot, Hero of the Soviet Union, brought a MiG-29 to Farnborough in 1988, ejected from his MiG-29 at Paris in 1989 (and I believe also in the Crimea), after which he started flying Sukhoi for the Gromov Institute. I had just stuck his Su-30 with a Jeppesen sticker when he came along...
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IL-14 BL-549 Indian Air Force311 viewsfurther details unknown.
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MiG-29K 312 Russian Navy Bangalore India 2000311 views
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597 Su-30 Flanker-C Ribnitz-Damgarten 27 July 1992 Дамгартен310 viewsFlown by test pilot Anatoli Kvotchur, Gromov Research Institute c/n 79371010102
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CCCP-77102 Paris Le Bourget May 1973310 views2nd prototype Tu-144S. Crashed 3 June 1973
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CCCP-85035 Hannover 15 May 1990309 viewsTu-155 c/n 73A035 (the cryogenic 154) and yours truly.
Built as a Tu-154 but later modified for use as an engine test bed for gaseous fuel, with No2 engine replaced with an NK-88. Initially Hydrogen powered, it was later modified to use liquefied natural gas. Performed at least 100 test flights. Operated by the Gromov Flight Research Institute and based at Zhukovsky.
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CCCP-77102 Paris Le Bourget May 1973308 views2nd prototype Tu-144S. Crashed 3 June 1973
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