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86,600 sq. km

3,894,000 (1960)
7,159,000 (1990)
Aeroflot Azerbaijan CAD domestic routes map, early 1970s
Cities & Airports


18 pp, 100 x 220 mm, EN
ca. 1961

8 panels (16 pp), 100 x 220 mm, RU
Aviareklama, ca. 1969

6 panels (12 pp), 109 x 230 mm, EN
Aviareklama, ca. 1973

8 panels (16 pp), 140 x 200 mm, FR
Aviareklama, 1987
Soviet Azerbaijan

This photobook contains a photo of several Il-14s at Baku airport, among them CCCP-L1772, CCCP-L1689 and CCCP-L13xx.

   pp, 240 x 302 mm, RU
Ministry of Culture of the Azerbaijan SSR
Baku, 1959 - 15,000
Баку - Baku
Moscow - Baku

Brochure promoting flying from Moscow to Baku on the Il-18. The cabin lay-out for two Il-18 versions as well as two Il-14 versions is shown, although nowhere in the text the Il-14 is mentioned. In great descriptive style, the comfort and service aboard the Il-18 is told, as well as the places you fly over. First the forests of the Moscow region, then the central regions with buildings of collective and state farms, cities and workers settlements, the open spaces of the Voronezh region, the Volga river and Volgograd with the famous the left the ancient city of Astrakhan, Makhachkala, Derbent, to the right the Caucasian mountain range. On the horizon, oil rigs appear. After a three and a half hour flight, Baku welcomes you!

6 panels (12 pp), 87 x 205 mm, RU

4 panels (8 pp), 140 x 200 mm, RU
Aviareklama, ca. 1983


This photobook contains 4 full-page pictures of the helicopter service from the city and at the airport scenes. Mi-4A CCCP-19208 can be seen hovering at the helicopter station.

248 pp, 225 x 285 mm, RU
Edition of the Department of Culture of the Baku City Council
1964 - 30,000
The Bird's Eye View of Baku
Baku from a Helicopter

This photobook has a picture of Baku airport with two Il-18s, one being CCCP-75790.

96 pp, 211 x 206 mm, RU
Department of Foreign Tourism under the Council of Ministers of the Azerbaijan-SSR
1973 - 30,000
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