Aeroflot Postcards

English Russia recently posted some postcards from the former Soviet state-owned airline, Aeroflot. Click the picture for the airplane’s wikipedia page.

Enjoy:

TU204

A model of the Tupelov TU-204

YAK42

Yakovlov Yak-42 “Clobber”

YAK-40

Yakovlev Yak-40 “Codling”

IL62

Ilyushin IL-62 “Classic”

IL76

Ilyushin IL-76 “Candid”

IL86

Ilyushin IL-86 “Camber.”

IL862

Another view of the IL-86.

KA26

Kamov Ka-26 Hoodlum.

KA32

Kamov Ka-32 “Helix”

LET410

Let L410 Turbolet

MI6

Mil Mi-6 “Hook”

MI8

Mil Mi-8 “Hip.”

MI82

Antonov An-28

MI102

Mil Mi-10 “Harke.”

TU134

Tupelov Tu-134

TU154

Tupelov Tu-154

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3 responses to “Aeroflot Postcards

  1. Bill Brandt

    My parents flew Aeroflot during the Brezhnev era. Said it was an “unforgettable” experience.

  2. I have to forward a link to this site to a friend of mine – he should also find this as interesting as I do, especially the war birds.

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