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Postcards of All-Union Air Routes - Oткрытки Воздушных Маршрутов
Postcard Sets
Soviet Passenger Aircraft
Postcard set published for the 40th anniversary of Aeroflot. 1923-1963

The flag of the USSR is known in all lands. Fly by Aeroflot! - The Moscow International Airport at Sheremetyevo. - The MI-4 passenger helicopter - The giant TU-114 passenger turbojet - The Tu-104 B passenger turbojet - The IL-14 passenger plane - The TU-124 is the latest Aeroflot passenger turbojet - The IL-18 passenger turboprop - The new AN-24 passenger turboprop - The AN-10 A passenger turboprop

10 postcards plus cover, 107 x 150 mm, RU-EN
1963, Цена 20 коп.
Soviet Passenger Aircraft

The giant TU-114 passenger turboprop - The MI-4 passenger helicopter - The TU-124 is the latest Aeroflot passenger turbojet - The IL-18 passenger turboprop - The AN-14 passenger plane - The AN-2 equipped as a passenger hydroplane - The AN-10 passenger turboprop - The new AN-24 passenger turboprop - The giant IL-62 passenger turbojet - The TU-104 passenger turbojet

10 postcards plus cover, 107 x 150 mm, RU-EN
New Planes, Helicopters, Airports

Postcard set published for the 45th anniversary of Aeroflot.

booklet with 12 postcards (28 pp in total), 267 x 105 mm, RU-EN
1968
Russian Outdoors in Seasonal Garb

12 postcards plus cover
Aviation in the Economy of the Country

'An An-2 being loaded with pesticides' - 'The AN-12 heavy air carrier' - 'To answer an urgent call' - 'Mail has been delivered to the tundra' - 'A MI-6 can also help to lay a pipeline' - 'Why not help industrious oil workers?' - 'A MI-1 helping to tend a vineyard' - 'An AN-2 helping to extinguish a fire' - 'It is always wise to keep an eye on volcanoes' - 'A friend in need is a friend indeed'

folder with 10 postcards, 107 x 149 mm, RU-EN
Aviareklama, 1970s
Aviaexport

Envelope with 24 postcards
undated
Aviaexport

17 postcards plus cover
undated
Aeroflot 1923 - 1973

24 postcards plus cover
1973
Uzbekistan

17 postcards plus cover
Aeroflot Soviet Airlines
Fly Aeroflot to the Capitals of Soviet Republics

16 postcards plus cover
late 1970s
The Aeroflot Planes

7 postcards plus cover
Aviareklama, undated
The Aeroflot Planes

7 postcards plus cover
Aviareklama, undated
The Aeroflot Planes

7 postcards plus cover
Aviareklama, undated
The Aeroflot Planes
(60 Years 1923-1983)

6 (1 missing?) postcards plus cover
Aviareklama, 1983
Moscow

8 postcards plus cover
60 years, 1923 - 1983
Leningrad

12 postcards plus cover
Aviareklama, undated
To the Soviet Union by Aeroflot

13 postcards plus cover
undated
Fly to the USSR

8 postcards plus cover
undated
Aeroflot 60 Years 1923-1983 Planes and Helicopters

26 postcards plus cover
Aviareklama, 1983
Airports of the USSR

8 postcards plus cover
Aviareklama, 1985
Health Resorts of the USSR

16 postcards plus cover
Aviareklama, 1985
The Capitals of the Republics of the USSR

15 postcards plus cover
Aviareklama, 1985
Central Asia

16 postcards plus cover
Aviareklama, 1986
Soviet Baltic Republics

16 postcards plus cover
Aviareklama, 1986
Kiev

16 postcards plus cover
Aviareklama, 1986
The Golden Ring of Russian Towns

16 postcards plus cover
Aviareklama
Byelorussia

16 postcards plus cover
Aviareklama, 1987
Aeroflot Soviet Airlines

16 postcards plus cover
Aviareklama, 1987
Aeroflot Planes

8 postcards plus cover
Aviareklama, 1988
Wings of Aeroflot

16 postcards plus cover
1989 - 240,000
Aeroflot Soviet Airlines

16 postcards plus cover
Aviareklama, 1989
Leningrad

16 postcards plus cover
1989
Planes and Helicopters

16 postcards plus cover
Aviareklama, 1991
Aeroflot Soviet Airlines

16 postcards plus cover
Aviareklama, 1992
Happy New Year! - С Новым Годом!
1957

This double folded leaflet wishes you a Happy New Year! with a view on the Moscow Kremlin Spasskaya Tower with its clock on midnight. Inside a table-calendar for 1957.
The aircraft of Aeroflot will take you quickly to the capitals of the Union republics, major cities, industrial centers, resorts and capitals of foreign countries.
Information at airports, Aeroflot and Intourist agencies, at city information offices and at railway, sea and river stations.

102 x 145 mm
- (1959)

Postcard with a photomontage by V. Sveshnikova of Mi-4 CCCP-L35 above a Moscow street. The actual used photo in this card was taken by O. Knorring when it was flying during construction of the Irkutsk hydroelectric power station. It was published in the Ogonek magazine, 1956 №29.  On 19 December 1957, the helicopter, flying for the East Siberian Directorate, crashed.

137 x 95 mm
Gosfotokombinat "Lenfotokhudoznik"
1958 - 50,000
- (1959)

Photomontage by V. Sveshnikova. The same image of Mi-4 CCCP-L35, as in the card on the left, was used in this photomontage where a pinguin of the South Pole and an icebear of the North Pole eat ice-cream together. Remarkably, both greeting cards were published in 1958, the year after the accident with the helicopter.

94 x 143 mm
1960

Double folded greeting card in Russian, Chinese, English and French. On the backpage the silhouette on an Il-18 flying around the globe.

90 x 153 mm
1961

Double folded card with the silhouette of a Tu-104 and an Il-18. Inside decorated with a small drawing a of a rocket launch. The card wishes a Happy New Year in Russian, Chinese, English and French language.

148 x 86 mm
1961

Greeting card with a Tu-104 flying through the night sky over the red star of the Spasskaya Tower in Moscow. Photomontage by V. Sveshnikova and published by Lenizokombinat.

135 x 94 mm
1960 - 50,000
1962

Greeting card with a Tu-104 flying through the night sky. The card opens in the middle, exposing a drawing of the Tu-104 after landing, a stewardess walks away with a child passenger.

151 x 85 mm
1963

Double folded greeting card for the new year  of 1963, the 40th anniversary of Aeroflot. To the card is a plastic medallion attached with the Aeroflot logo. On the cover '1963' in 3D-effect.

147 x 80 mm
- (ca. 1963)

Double folded greeting card showing the brand new Antonov An-24 in the early yellow-red colours. 'Happy New Year' wishes in Spanish, English, French, Russian and Ukrainian. artwork by Yu. I. Yaromenok.

129 x 80 mm
? - 40,000
1964

Double folded greeting card with stylyzed '64' and the silhouette of the new Il-62 on the cover.

147 x 100 mm
1964

Aeroflot wishes you a Happy New Year 1964. Small card published by the Riga Aeroflot Office.

110 x 73 mm
1965

Partly folded card with decorated with Greek mythological master craftsman Daedalus and his son Icarus.

177 x 80 mm
1965

137 x 97 mm
-

Undated double folded greeting card with the Moscow Kremlin on the cover. Inside, 'Happy New Year' wishes from Aeroflot and on the backcover a silhouette of a Tu-104.

90 x 175 mm
1965

An Il-62 on the cover of this double folded card that was printed with thick ink creating some relief.

144 x 75 mm
1966

Partially folded card with New Year wishes in 5 languages, English, German, French, Spanish and Russian and a silhoutte of an airliner flying above the silver clouds.

159 x 80 mm
1966

Unsure what this double folded was used for (a bookmark?), it shows Ded Moroz on the cover and inside a parachute jumper with a Tu-104 flying overhead.

115 x 68 mm
-

Undated postcard from the Kharkov Aviation Plant named after the Lenin Komsomol, the birthplace of the Tu-134s.

92 x 148 mm
1967

Double folded greeting card for the year 1967 which was also the the year of the 50th anniversary of the October Revolution (1917 - 1967). On the cover a Christmas tree decorated with the first Sputnik which flew in 10 years earlier in 1957 and the Tu-144 which was under developement at the time. On the card it shows registered as CCCP-65000

170 x 80 mm
1968

Double folded card with an artwork of Moscow-Domodedovo on th cover and a Tu-144. Inside artist impression of the Tu-144. In 1968 Aeroflot celebrated its 45th anniversary.

210 x 100 mm
1968

Double folded Aeroflot New Year greeting card from the Aeroflot Ukrainian Civil Aviation Directorate (УУГА). On the backside it says 'We invite you to fly!" with the Kiev phonenumbers for info and bookings.

145 x 91 mm
Kiev УУГА
1967 - 5,000
1969

Folded Aeroflot New Year greeting card from the Харьковского ОАО УУ ГА with snow maiden holding an Il-62

211 x 100 mm
1970

Double folded Aeroflot New Year greeting card in 5 languages with its original envelope

210 x 100 mm
1971

Double folded Aeroflot New Year greeting card with on the cover Father Frost bringing gifts and traveling on top of the supersonic Tu-144 creating shock waves when breaking the sound barrier.

210 x 100 mm
- (1973?)

This double folded greeting card is undated but was written for the year 1973.

102 x 201 mm
- (1973)

Tu-144 cruising through the nightsky. Artwork by A. Aksamit

148 x 106 mm
1972
- (1974)

Double folded greeting card with Ded Moroz and the Tu-144.

140 x 90 mm
Publishing House 'Planeta', 1973 - 1,000,000
1976

It's almost midnight on the Kremlin's Spasskaya Tower, an Ilyushin 62 flies by. Double folded card with envelope of the Ministry of Civil Aviation USSR.

205 x 95 mm
-

Undated double folded Aeroflot greeting card in six languages with an Il-62

201 x 100 mm
- (1980?)

Undated double folded greeting card with Mishka, the bear mascot for the 1980 Moscow Olympics, is flying on the new Il-86.

200 x 100 mm
-

Undated double folded Aeroflot greeting card. It's midnight in Moscow, start of the new year.

100 x 200 mm
-

Undated double folded greeting card with the Il-86 on the cover.

90 x 170 mm
-

Undated double folded greeting card with the Il-86 on the cover.

145 x 105 mm
-
1870 - 1970

Double folded card to commemorate the birth of Lenin 100 years ago. Inside a photo of an Ilyushin 62 on take-off.

204 x 101 mm
Aviareklama, 1969
50 Years October Revolution

'DEAR COMRADE! DAY of the USSR Air Fleet - Aeroflot congratulates you on your aviation holiday. We wish you good health and success in your work. We hope to see you again as our passenger.

139 x 75 mm
1967
1917 - 1967

Double folded card to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Great October Revolution.

160 x 85 mm
1967
Слава Октябрю

Double folded card to commemorate the 55th anniversary of the Great October Revolution.

146 x 83 mm
1972

Please accept my sincere congratulations on the occasion of international solidarity of workers - the day of May 1 and wishes of health, happiness and success in work. Double folded with on the cover an Ilyushin 62 flying over Moscow landmarks, the Soviet flag and mayflowers.

150 x 89 mm
1972
-

'Accept heartfelt congratulations and best wishes on the national holiday - Day of the Air Fleet of the USSR'. On the cover of this double folded card, the Tu-144 and several Moscow landmarks  and flags.

150 x 76 mm
undated, ca. 1972

On the fold-out badges of Lenin and the October Revolution

204 (folds open to 295 mm) x 100 mm
ca. 1975
-

'Accept heartfelt congratulations and best wishes on the national holiday - the Day of the Air Fleet of the USSR'. On the cover of this double folded card, the Il-86

145 x 102 mm
1977
Bookmarks - Закладки
Two bookmarks for the 40th anniversary of Aeroflot in 1963:
- 'We invite you to fly!',  200 x 34 mm
- '40 years Aeroflot, 1923 - 1963', 197 x 35 mm
Two-sided bookmark by the Antonov Design Bureau, Kiev presenting the An-225  Price 43 Kop.

198 x 35 mm
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