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Central Regions CAD
Центральных Районов УГА
(Russian SFSR)
Aviation in Central Regions of the RSFSR

32 pp incl. 2 fold-outs (4 pages cut), 100 x 220 mm, RU
Aviareklama ca. 1973
Timetable of Aircraft Movements of the Central Regions CAD

From 1 January until 31 December 1981

130 pp (1st page behind cover missing), 100 x 220 mm, RU
Publishing House "Air Transport"
Moscow, 1980 - 5,030
Белгород - Belgorod
Иваново - Ivanovo
Timetable Transport Movements

With the timetable for Ivanovo airport (11 pp), 1 June - 14 September 1981

100 pp, 100 x 127 mm, RU
1981 - 35,000
Timetable Transport Movements

With the timetable for Ivanovo airport (15 pp), 1987-88

108 pp, 97 x 128 mm, RU
Ivanovo, 1987 - 40,000
Липетск - Lipetsk
Москва-Быково - Moscow-Bykovo
How to get to Bykovo Airport

2 pp, x  mm, RU
undated - 200,000
How to get to Bykovo Airport

2 pp, 118 x 173 mm, RU
1975 - 75,000
How to get to Bykovo Airport

2 pp, 163 x 110 mm, RU
undated - 200,000
Рязань - Ryazan
P.A. Kostychev Institute of Agriculture

This postcard of 1990 shows a Tu-104 at the square in front of the P.A. Kostychev Institute of Agriculture in Ryazan.
Тамбов - Tambov
Тула - Tula
Hero-Cities: Tula

4 panels (8 pp), 141 x 217 mm, GE
Aviareklama 1985
Tula, Hero-City

4 panels (8 pp), 140 x 200 mm, RU
Aviareklama 1990
Воронеж - Voronezh
Timetable summer 1966, movements of trains and planes

With a 2-page airport timetable valid from 15 May until 14 November 1966.

116 pp, 108 x 141 mm, RU
Voronezh, 1966 - 28,000
Timetable movements of trains and planes 1971

With a 3-page airport timetable valid from 15 May until 14 November 1971.

84 pp, 108 x 142 mm, RU
Voronezh, 1971 - 26,000
Timetable movements of trains, planes and buses, 1982

With an airport timetable (9 pp) valid from 20 June 1982.

168 pp, 108 x 140 mm, RU
Voronezh, 1982 - 25,000
Aircraft Monuments - Авиапамятники
Il-14M CCCP-91484
Bykovo, N55.622818 E38.063824

It flew from 1954 as Il-14P CCCP-L5062 (18 pax) (or in begin as CCCP-L1629??)and was converted to 24 pax config, becoming the Il-14M prototype with lenghtened fuselage, first flight as such 1 November 1955 by V. Kokkinaki. It was later registered as CCCP-91984 and flew a long career. Officially taken out of service 18 July 1980 and preserved from 9 September 1980 in front of the Bykovo airport terminal. Here it stayed in original paint until 2010-11 when it was painted all grey. Despite attempt from aviation enthousiasts, it was broken up between 7-18 April 2012.
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