JC Wings – Tupolev Tu-154M-LK-1 , ‘RF-85655’ Russian Federation “Open Skies”

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Dodání-červen 2019

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-sběratelský model letadla  Tu-154M Tupolev 1/200
-provedení: kovový model s plastovými částmi 
-model je v kvalitním provedení
-součástí balení je stojánek

                            Tu-154 Tupolev

The Tupolev Tu-154 (Russian: Tyполев Ту-154; NATO reporting name: “Careless“) is a three-engine medium-range narrow-body airliner designed in the mid-1960s and manufactured by Tupolev. A workhorse of Soviet and (subsequently) Russian airlines for several decades, it carried half of all passengers flown by Aeroflot and its subsidiaries (137.5 million/year or 243.8 billion passenger km in 1990), remaining the standard domestic-route airliner of Russia and former Soviet states until the mid-2000s. It was exported to 17 non-Russian airlines and used as a head-of-state transport by the air forces of several countries.

RoleNarrow-body jet airliner
National originSoviet Union and Russian Federation
DesignerTupolev Design Bureau
First flight4 October 1968; 50 years ago
Introduction7 February 1972 with Aeroflot
StatusIn limited service
Primary usersRussian Air Force
People’s Liberation Army Air Force
Air Koryo
Number built1,026
VariantsTupolev Tu-155


The Tu-154M and Tu-154M Lux are the most highly upgraded versions, which first flew in 1982 and entered mass production in 1984. It uses more fuel-efficient Soloviev D-30 KU-154 turbofans. Together with significant aerodynamic refinement, this led to much lower fuel consumption and therefore longer range, as well as lower operating costs.


Cosmonaut trainer. This was a salon VIP aircraft modified to train cosmonauts to fly the Buran reusable spacecraft, the Soviet equivalent of the US Space Shuttle. The Tu-154 was used because the Buran required a steep descent, which the Tu-154 was capable of replicating. The cabin featured trainee workstations, one of which was identical to the Buran’s flightdeck. The forward baggage compartment was converted into a camera bay, as the aircraft was used to train cosmonauts in observation and photographic techniques.

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