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Ukrainian SSR

603,700 sq. km

population:
42,780,000 (1960)
51,890,000 (1990)
Ukraine

'The airways stretch over a distance of more than 20 thousand kilometers in the blue sky of Ukraine. Turbojet and turboprops Tu-104, Il-18, An-10, Il-14, IL-12, Li-2, and An-2 fly on these roads day and night.'...'In 1961, 65 percent of aviation traffic in Ukraine was performed on airplanes with gas turbine engines. By the end of the seven-year period, the share of these traffic will increase to 90 percent.
The IL-14, IL-12, Li-2, AN-2, YAK-12, Morava, Mi-1 and Mi-4, Ka-15 and Ka-18 helicopters are widely used on local airlines in Ukraine. In the near future, instead of piston aircraft on local air lines, new An-24 and Tu-124 aircraft will appear.'

16 pp, 111 x 220 mm, RU
1962
Ukraine

''...Whether a person comes here on business or to rest by the sea - everyone is assured of seeing a lot of interesting and unusual in the land of the Ukraine."  Large scale industrial and agricultural development, science and culture, historical context, monuments and heros...and the air routes, with by now an overall length of 90,000 km in Ukraine; Including a double page route map and an advertising page of Aviaexport.

8 panels (16 pp), 100 x 220 mm, RU*
Aviareklama, late 1960s
*also in EN
Airlines of the Ukraine

'In the year of the 50th anniversary of Soviet Power, the Ukrainian airmen conveyed more than 7 million passengers and performed aerial spraying over more than 15 million hectares. The Ukrainian airmen were pioneers in mastering the new types of turbo-jets AN-10 and AN-24 and on their introduction into service.'...'members of the Borispol civil aviation unit are now mastering aa new type of aircraft, the TU-134 plane...This year the airmen of the Odessa civil aviation unit have begun test flights of a new Yak-40 aircraft.'

4 panels (8 pp), 110 x 222 mm, EN
ca. 1968
То Moscow by Plane

4 panels (8 pp), 80 x 185 mm, RU
УТУ ГВФ
On the Airways of Ukraine

28 pp, 200 x 200 mm, RU*
Aviareklama, 1972
*also EN
On the Airways of Ukraine

12 pp, 127 x 215 mm, RU
Kiev, 1983 - 4,000
Ukraine

12 pp, 230 x 221 mm, RU
Aviareklama
Ukraine

12 pp, 200 x 186 mm, SP
Aviareklama, 1985
Ukraine

8 panels (16 pp), 140 x 200 mm, GE
Aviareklama
1987
Ukraine

12 pp, 200 x 185 mm, FR
Aviareklama
Ukrainian Airports

Folder with 9 postcards of Ukrainian airports: Chernivtsi, Donetsk, Kharkov, Kiev-Boryspil, Lugansk, Lviv, Odessa, Simferopol, Zaporizhzha. These postcards can also be found in the list with the respective airport.

1969 - 60,000
Air Routes of the Ukraine

1970 Calendar booklet with a page for each month. The lower half of each page is a postcard, the upper half shows a small photo with the month.

28 pp with postcards, 148 x 215 mm, UK-RU-EN
Kiev, 1969 - 20,000
Timetable of Aircraft Movements, Summer 1948

Ukrainian domestic flights and flights to other cities in the USSR for the 1948 summer season. The backcover shows a Lisunov 2 over the Dnieper (?) river with title 'Use Air Transport Services'.

4 panels (8 pp), 93 x 114 mm, RU
Ukrainian Civil Air Fleet Directorate
Postcard presenting a map of Aeroflot's Ukrainian all-union and local flights network. Aeroflot's flag, Ilyushin 12P CCCP-L1390 flying overhead and the Spasskaya Tower of the Moscow Kremlin. On the backside: Save Time, Use Air Transport Services! Ukrainian Civil Air Fleet Directorate'. Undated, early 50's.
Adverts

1959
till
1969
Adverts

1970
till
1979
Adverts

1980
till
1991
Бердянск - Berdyansk
Flight schedule Berdyansk airport
1 October till 1 December 1982

243 x 194 mm, UK
Пiвденна Зоря, 17 September 1982
Черкассы - Cherkassy
Черновцы - Chernivtsi
Днепропетровск - Dnipropetrovsk
Timetable Winter 1969-70
from 15 November 1969 till 14 May 1970

5 panels (10 pp), 130 x 280 mm, RU
Dnepropetrovsk, 1969 - 500
Timetable Summer 1991
from 1 June until 30 September 1991

Part of an information and advertising appendix to the newspaper 'Pridneprovsky Highway' with bus, boat and train aind airport (4 pp) timetables. Aircraft in use are An-24, L-410, Tu-134, Tu-154, Yak-40 & Yak-42.

16 pp, 142 x 200 mm, RU
Dnepropetrovsk, 1991 - 20,000
Донецьк - Donetsk
Donetsk

Large photobook with several views of Donetsk Airport.

228 pp plus fold-out, 265 x 327 mm, RU
Donetsk Book Publishing House
Donetsk, 1962 - 20,000
Ивано-Франковск - Ivano-Frankivsk
Керчь - Kerch
Hero-Cities, Kerch

4 panels (8 pp), 140 x 215 mm, GE
Aviareklama, 1985
Харьков - Kharkov
Use Air Transport for Cargo Transportation!

Lowered tariffs for transport of baggage, mail, parcels and cargo from Kharkov to other cities in the Soviet Union. '"ith the collective farms the airport concludes contracts for the transportation of fruits and vegetables. When sending such cargoes more than 2 tons, for the accompanying person a free flight ticket is provided along with the cargo and return flights."

2 pp, 216 x 299 mm, RU
Kharkov Agency for Air Transport Communcation, 1961 - 4000
Timetable of movements of passenger and express trains, buses and aircraft
valid from May 1966

With the timetable for Kharkov airport, valid 15 May until 14 November 1966 (12 pp). Aircraft types in use are Li-2, Il-14, An-24, An-10, An-10A, Il-18 and Tu-124.

84 pp, 110 x 144 mm, RU
Publishing House 'Transport'
Kharkov, 1966 - 50,000
Information card on where to buy Aeroflot tickets in Kharkov. With all addresses and phone numbers. 'Preliminary sale of tickets 10 days before the flight'. Purchase tickets in time!'

undated - 50,000
Kharkov Today

Large photobook with several views from Kharkov Airport.

256 pp, HC + DJ, 260 x 330 mm, UKR
Kharkiv Book Publishing House
Kharkov, 1960 - 30,000
Kharkiv Region

This photobook has two photos of Kharkov Airport. The first picture shows Tu-134A 'CCCP-65752', the second shows a Tu-134 on take-off. Tu-134s were produced at the Kharkov Aircraft Factory.

214 pp, 225 x 277 mm, UKR - RU
Kiev 'Art' Publishing House
Kiev, 1981 - 28,000
Three movies from Kharkov airport:

  • a Saturday in April 1970
  • Summer 1974
  • 1977
Херсон - Kherson
Kherson Region

Photobook with a photo from passengers boarding An-10A 'CCCP-11215' at Kherson Airport. This An-10A started its career in February 1961. Over 11 years later, on 18 May 1972, it was operating on flight AFL1491 from Moscow-Vnukovo to Kharkov. During descent, structural failure caused a fatal crash. The aircraft had logged 15485 flight hours and 11106 cycles. Aeroflot ceased all Antonov 10 operations following this accident.

192 pp, 278 x 224, UKR - RU
Kiev 'Art' Publishing House
Kiev, 1975 - 35,000
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