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HA-YDE Budapest/Budaors (LHBS) 12, 14 June 2008242 viewsPilatus PC-6B2-H2 Porter c-n 814 built 198155555
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Mi-1M 4003 Prague, Letecke Muzeum Kbely (LKKB) 25th October 2008463 viewsc-n 404003 Ambulance version55555
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RA-25755 SBAC 1996147 viewsMIL Mi-8 AMTS Ulan Ude Mil c/n 5948961112144444
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141121 Pima Air Museum 28 April 197991 viewsGrumman F9F-8 (TF-9J) Cougar 3H 386 of VT-23 US Navy c/n 36844444
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Bf 110 C II./ZG 76400 views44444
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Bf 110 G I./SG 1387 viewsdispersed in a Russian clearing. The two nearest machines, A5 EB and A5 HB are aircraft of the 1st Group staff flight. The yellow belly band near the tail indicates service in the North and Central Russian zones. The under wingtips were also painted yellow.44444
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Bf 109G-10 1./JG 53 Yellow 5344 viewsItaly after capture by the Americans44444
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G-BBXL Cannes 23 June 1988228 viewsCessna 310Q c/n 310Q-1076 ex-EI-CLX.
Also G-PLUS PA-34-200T Seneca II c/n 34-8070111 ex-N81406, from Jersey C.I.
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163682 Dubai Air Show Nov 1991165 viewsAV-8B-13-MC Harrier II c/n 157 to AV-8B+(R) code YL-34, soc May 9944444
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Tupolev TU-3A Aerosled Berlin Schoenefeld 1992 (actually ILA)310 viewsPowered by a 9-cylinder Vedenyev M14P radial aircraft engine generating 365 horsepower.
She had been prettied up for the ILA show, where I guess she was sold (rumours have it to the USA). A TU-A3 certainly changed hands at auction in Jan 2007. Perhaps the one painted as Tupolev 007 in Greenwich CT.
The Russians also had two in Germany
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Tupolev TU-A Berlin-Schönefeld 1992293 viewsDesigned for use on snow, contra-rotating props unfortunately covered by tarpaulin. On a trailer for disposal prior to first post-wall ILA in Berlin '92. Where is she now??44444
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CCCP-85035 Hannover 15 May 1990282 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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