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RA-46621 together with its sistership RA-26668. New in database. (more of RA-46621)
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RA-41904 Alrosa is operating the last active Antonov AN-38 in the world! (more of RA-41904)
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RA-41904 Alrosa is still operating this very rare aircaft type. New in database! (more of RA-41904)
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RA-85654 Alrosa is one of the last TU-154 operators in the world! (more of RA-85654)
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RA-76357 is obviously used as source for spare parts. (more of RA-76357)
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RA-65693 emergency exit row in a TU-134! (more of RA-65693)
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RA-65693 whirling up snow upon arrival in this remote Siberian township. (more of RA-65693)
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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)
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RA-85684 Still going strong after many years of service and a great highlight to end my spotting day at DME! Alrosa still operates 4 TU-154 and RA-85684 is the only one in the new colour sheme. This aircraft suffered a complete electrical failure in 2010 forcing an emergency landing at the closed Izhma airport where it overran the runway. Fortunately, all passengers survived and the aircraft was repaired! (more of RA-85684)