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Far East CAD
Дальневосточное УГА

... An original, unique land, an amazing combination of the boundless width of the ocean and the green sea of ​​the taiga, picturesque hills and formidable volcanoes, deep-water rivers and rocky slopes of Sikhote-Alin ...
The Far East

16 pp, 100 x 220 mm, EN
The Far East

8 panels (16 pp), 100 x 220 mm, RU
Under the Wing - the Far East

'Khabarovsk is connected by regular flights of Aeroflot with the capitals of the Union republics - Alma-Atoy, Kiev, Tashkent, Frunze, large industrial cities - Omsk, Krasnoyarsk, Sverdlovsk, Chelyabinsk, resorts - Sochi, Simferopol, Mineralnye Vody ... From Khabarovsk numerous local air routes, the length of which is more than 35 thousand kilometers. During the years of the tenth five-year period, the aviators of the Far East transported about 22 million passengers, 800,000 tons of national economic cargo and mail... The first planes on Kamchatka appeared more than forty years ago. At that time, the length of the airlines on the peninsula was three thousand kilometers, and today - more than twenty thousand! If in 1937 the pilots of Kamchatka transported 300 people, in 1977 - about 400 thousand passengers.'

16 pp, 215 x 168 mm, RU
Aviareklama, ca. 1978 - 50,000
With Aeroflot - In the Far East

12 pp, 220 x 190 mm, RU
Aviareklama, 1979 - 50,000
By plane - in the Far East

16 pp, 170 x 215 mm, RU
Благовещенск - Blagoveshchensk
Хабаровск - Khabarovsk
Moscow - Khabarovsk

4 panels (8 pp), 105 x 229 mm, RU
G-31695 6/XII 1950 Moscow печ. ф-ка 'Гознак', Order 4379
Moscow, 1950
4 panels (8 pp), 138 x 200 mm, JA
Комсомольск-на-Амуре - Komsomolsk-on-Amur
Петропавловск-Камчатский - Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky
Spectators watching Ilyushin 18s CCCP-75549 & CCCP-75822 being prepared for flight while a Li-2 taxies in.
Il-18V CCCP-75549 began flying in summer 1964 with the Int'l CAD. Vladimir Kokkinaki made his last flight as a test pilot with it on 1 October 1964. Later, it was transferred to GosNII GA and on 2 May 1967 to the Far East CAD. On 24 Jan 1979 it went to the Magadan CAD and on 26 Feb 1985 to the Turkmenistan CAD. Taken out of service in Jan 1986 after 39,800 flight hours and 13,900 cycles.
Il-18V CCCP-75822 flew from summer 1962 until 1983 when it was retired with 13,000 cycles and 39,040 flight hours of sterling service.

400 x 300 mm
Novosty Press Agency, Moscow USSR
Владивосток - Vladivostok
The Soviet Far East

Photo of Vladivostok airport from underneath the wing of Il-18 'CCCP-75879'. In the background the airport terminal and Tu-104A 'CCCP-42462' being refuelled.

52 pp, softcover, 165 x 197 mm, EN
Novosti Press Agency Publishing House
Moscow, 1972
Южно-Сахалинск - Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk
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