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Civil Aviation in the USSR
Booklet by the USSR Civil Aviation Association. The Association is a merger between Dobrolet, the Volunteer Aviation Co. and the Ukrainian Air Navigation Co. in 1930. The booklet shows the air traffic development from 1923 until 1930 and describes all the air lines currently operated and new developments. The second half of the booklet shows the passenger, freight and luggage fares on the different routes followed by their timetables, including those of Deruluft. The name 'Aeroflot' was only adopted in 1932 and is not found here.
28 pp, 148 x 223 mm, EN
USSR Civil Aviation Association
USSR Chamber of Commerce
Exportizdat, 31st Printery - Moscow, 1931
Timetable, March 1944
This wartime timetable was for administrative use and shows the all-union flights for March 1944 .Then the Soviet were defeating the German occupiers and regaining territory in Ukraine and parts of Byelorussia.
36 pp, 120 x 81 mm, RU
GUGVF, Redizdat Aeroflot
Summer 1949, 5 April - 5 October
76 pp, 145 x 220 mm, RU
Timetable 1962, 15 May - 14 November
156 pp (16 removed, so total was 172 pp), 146 x 213 mm, RU
Timetables for local air routes - Расписания для местных воздушных линий