Long-range aviation received another Tu-95MS after modernization

Another modernized Tu-95MS bomber was transferred to the Russian Aerospace Forces, reports RIA News message of United Aircraft Corporation PJSC.




“Another upgraded Tu-95MS entered service with the Russian HQs. Work under the state contract was carried out by specialists of the branch of PJSC "Tupolev" (included in the KLA) - Zhukovskaya flight test and development base ", - said in a release.

“The Tu-95MS is extremely important for the Russian Air Force,” the press service of the commander of the Far aviation Lieutenant General Anatoly Zhikharev. - The missile carrier is an important part of the aviation component of the Russian nuclear deterrence forces. The range of the Tu-95MS is comparable to the combat capabilities of aircraft of subsequent generations. "

Zhikharev noted that "thanks to the work carried out, it was possible to increase the efficiency of the targeted use of the complex."

Help Agency: “The Tu-95MS, created as a carrier of new weapons - strategic long-range aviation cruise missiles - and launched into serial production in 1981, is a modification of the Tu-95 strategic bomber, which has been in service with domestic air forces since 1957. At present, the Tu-95MS aviation missile system has a significant modernization potential in terms of equipping new, more efficient missile systems. weapons and equipment. "
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  1. fregina1 11 February 2016 19: 16 New
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    Flying fortress !!!! They would take and lay a series of 50 pieces !!! And why not? With a modern rocket, a chic car! Another lei for 30-40 is enough
    1. Vladimirets 11 February 2016 19: 22 New
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      Quote: fregina1
      Flying fortress

      Not really a fortress, rather a flying star.
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      hartlend 11 February 2016 19: 23 New
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      Everything depends on money, no matter how trite it sounds. It is good to buy pieces of 50 apartments, but not every layman can afford it.
    3. Starover_Z 11 February 2016 19: 28 New
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      Quote: fregina1
      They would take and lay a series of 50 pieces !!! And why not? With a modern rocket, a chic car!

      So it was written right there that the car was "noisy."
      I wonder how economical the engines on it are.
      And are there any engines on the approach that are powerful, quiet, economical and with a long resource?
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      2. DIVAN SOLDIER 11 February 2016 19: 37 New
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        Well, if you do not go into the zone of enemy air defense, then the plane is normal.
        1. Thunderbolt 11 February 2016 19: 48 New
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          Quote: Starover_Z
          So it was written right there that the car was "noisy."
          And what is this "noise" to us? We are not carrying tourists to the Bahamas according to ICAO standards.
          1. Gray-haired 11 February 2016 20: 02 New
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            Where they fly, there is no one to frighten with the noise of the movers. And what they bring to the addressee will be isosceles how strong the noise was in his ears last in this world. crying
            1. Was mammoth 11 February 2016 20: 36 New
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              Quote: Gray
              Where they fly, there is no one to scare with the noise of the movers

              When the 95th sits down from the roar of engines, our cars turn on the signals. They are vying with each other.wink
      3. Iline 11 February 2016 20: 28 New
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        The NK-12MP engine is considered the noisiest of turboprop engines in the world, due to the fact that the ends of the propeller blades move at supersonic speeds.
        And you can calculate fuel consumption yourself - 87 tons of fuel at a range of 10500 kilometers and divide by 4 engines. Song...
        1. Shurik70 11 February 2016 22: 57 New
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          regular Tu-95MS

          And the letters MC in the abraveature are very familiar to the readers of Samizdat
          bully
    4. Gorjelin 11 February 2016 19: 58 New
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      Flying fortress !!!! They would take and lay a series of 50 pieces !!! And why not? With a modern rocket, a chic car! Another lei for 30-40 is enough

      The plane, of course, is excellent - for its age, but now it is already possible and necessary to do newer and better.
    5. Damask 11 February 2016 20: 42 New
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      Better 20 White Swans
    6. navalskii 12 February 2016 07: 17 New
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      flying frigate) how many approximately unmodified Tu-95MS have remained?
  2. Denis Obukhov 11 February 2016 19: 16 New
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    I wonder - what is left of that plane that took off for the first time? I think even in the glider some parts need to be changed over time.
  3. Mavrikiy 11 February 2016 19: 17 New
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    Somewhere you need to run another factory to roll out more often.
    1. Thunderbolt 11 February 2016 19: 32 New
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      Yes, it’s a factory, and it’s powerful. But I had to politely say goodbye to the strategic order for the factory for An-140. It would be possible to start producing Ily, but we need to invest 15-20 billion and save the order for repair Tu.
      P.S. A plane for factory workers is familiar. They did it. --- I gave birth to you, and I will modernize you.
    2. Hecate 11 February 2016 19: 41 New
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      You can start a factory in Voronezh, it stands almost without work, and during the Soviet era it was built heavy: Tu-16, Il-86, Il-76, Il-96, Tu-144, Il-28 and much more. The runway of the plant has excellent coverage and is capable of providing takeoff and landing of strategic aviation aircraft.In the video, landing at the VASO aerodrome of a huge IL-96
      1. Iline 11 February 2016 20: 31 New
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        Actually, the Tu-95MS began to be made in Taganrog (because this aircraft was created on the basis of the Tu-142), and then the production was transferred to Samara. Airplanes of different plants are somewhat different from each other.
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        2. Lex. 11 February 2016 21: 39 New
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          Something you confuse Tu-142 was created on the basis of the Tu-95 and not vice versa
          1. Thunderbolt 11 February 2016 22: 14 New
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            MSs really launched Taganrog into the series, but then they transferred mass production to Kuybyshev, which turned out to be not so difficult. The first serial Tu-95 took off from Bezymyanka in 195 the shaggy year. So that they will cope with the task of the party and government. If only there were tasks, not a shortened working week. From this, everything will be in plus. And the workers and the country's defense capability.
            Quote: Lex.
            Something you confuse Tu-142 was created on the basis of the Tu-95 and not vice versa
            Attention! We follow hands: from Tu-95RTs made Tu-142, and from Tu-142 made Tu-95MS.
    3. Hecate 11 February 2016 19: 44 New
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      In the photo there is a huge IL-86 airbus in the workshops of the Voronezh VASO plant, the sizes there are suitable for the construction of strategic aviation aircraft
  4. dmi.pris 11 February 2016 19: 18 New
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    The good news is the improved Bear. We are waiting for the new White Swans and PAK YES ..
  5. doework 11 February 2016 19: 18 New
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    Fine! Many summers to its glider and engines! Congratulations to the "truckers"!
    1. evge-malyshev 11 February 2016 19: 41 New
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      Quote: doework
      Congratulations to the "truckers"!


      Not truckers, but truckers ...
  6. Denis Obukhov 11 February 2016 19: 20 New
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    Wow handsome!
    I look at the photos of the Tu-95 and remember the Tu-114. The plane was beautiful. In the sixties, the beginning of the seventies, Khabarovsk-Moscow and back flew several times. It was interesting to watch the wings of the aircraft, in flight they bent smoothly and sometimes it became scary that they were about to come off ...

    In those years, the airplane’s salons were not divided into payment classes, and if you quickly jumped into the plane when boarding, you could take seats with tables, it was very spacious to sit. And also there were coupes, with berths. Well, while they were fed in flight, fine at that time — chicken (which was almost never on sale), a tiny jar of black or red caviar, and so on, “delicacies” ...

    The ticket price was 108 (and later 122) rubles. With the official value of the dollar at 69 kopecks, fly it for free. That's just for dollars in your pocket you could get a deadline in those days ...

    Nostalgia, damn it ...
    1. ferdiperdozzz 11 February 2016 19: 29 New
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      Quote: Denis Obukhov
      The ticket price was 108 (and later 122) rubles. With the official value of the dollar at 69 kopecks, fly it for free. That's just for dollars in your pocket you could get a deadline in those days ...

      Counted fly for ~ 150 dollars. Where is arithmetic, sir?
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        cap 11 February 2016 20: 55 New
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        Quote: ferdiperdozzz
        Quote: Denis Obukhov
        The ticket price was 108 (and later 122) rubles. With the official dollar value of 69 kopecks, they flew a deadline to get in those days ...

        Counted fly for ~ 150 dollars. Where is arithmetic, sir?


        So for information. Officers at that salary, flew to Moscow for a weekend, to drink beer at the Zhiguli bar. The coolest beer bar in the country. It still has officers the no longer. There is a Zhiguli bar and planes are flying. The arithmetic is simple.

        This is from the section: "But it was a matter ...."
    2. 16112014nk 11 February 2016 21: 06 New
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      A ticket for Tu - 60 from Moscow to Alma-Ata in the mid-144s cost 70 rubles. Champagne, cognac, black caviar were included in the price! To Vladivostok on the IL - 62 ticket cost 114 rubles. If you wish, you could afford to fly around the Union. Now it is difficult for ordinary people to do this. It is beneficial for the anti-people’s pr-so that they sit home, and do not fly, whoever wants to!
      1. ASK505 11 February 2016 21: 41 New
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        Quote: 16112014nk
        To Vladivostok on the IL - 62 ticket cost 114 rubles. If you wish, you could afford to fly around the Union.


        Those. one way ticket - this is a monthly salary roughly. Plus back. Meals and accommodation do not count. And how about a salary of 120 p. could you afford to "fly" around the Union?
        1. Was mammoth 11 February 2016 21: 58 New
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          Quote: ASK505
          Those. one way ticket - this is a monthly salary roughly. Plus back. Meals and accommodation do not count. And how about a salary of 120 p. could you afford to "fly" around the Union?

          They flew, however. To buy an air ticket in the summer was another problem.
          Ah, the prices? Kg of potatoes-8 kopecks, a brick of bread-16 kopecks black, 24 kopecks.-White. True, the Yugoslav women's boots are just the salary of a novice engineer-120 rubles. wink
          P.S. Moscow-A-Ata - a ticket cost 62 rubles.
        2. dauria 12 February 2016 01: 07 New
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          And how about a salary of 120 p. could you afford to "fly" around the Union?


          Those who flew to those lands received much more than 120 p. For reference, the ticket Moscow-Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk is 162 rubles in 1988. Starley with 2 years of supplement for a distance is approximately 450 rubles. On a plane on vacation was at the expense of MO. A local civilian locksmith with a bunch of allowances - in the region of 700 p. It was simply stupid to drag the train for 5 days from Khabara to Moscow. The pro center within Moscow-Simferopol or Gorky-Kiev travel by train 18 r (plus grub on the road) turned out to be the same as a half hour flight of 27 rubles.
          And don’t forget, people didn’t spend 90% of their salary on an apartment and food. For information - in the factory canteen lunch 60 kopecks. For an apartment, a maximum of 15 rubles per month.
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          aba 12 February 2016 05: 15 New
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          The Union had Severny, Stepny and other allowances, so there were people who could afford it. Yes, but there was still that quest to buy plane tickets. Especially on the day of departure, so everyone was accustomed to take it ahead of time. It's now tickets for an airplane and a compartment car do not differ very much, and in those days it was possible to save money on railway, but not time: three hours or three days - is there a difference? wink
          1. ayuric 12 February 2016 06: 18 New
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            I recently went on a business trip: Yekaterinburg-Petersburg on the railway station Demidovsky 10500, back Pulkovo-Koltsovo 9800. 2 days against 2 hours, that’s the difference, Brother.
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      3. Denis Obukhov 11 February 2016 21: 49 New
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        Quote: 16112014nk
        A ticket for Tu - 60 from Moscow to Alma-Ata in the mid-144s cost 70 rubles. Champagne, cognac, black caviar were included in the price! To Vladivostok on the IL - 62 ticket cost 114 rubles. If you wish, you could afford to fly around the Union. Now it is difficult for ordinary people to do this. It is beneficial for the anti-people’s pr-so that they sit home, and do not fly, whoever wants to!



        So that they watched stupid TV shows and did not get into politics and economics.
      4. Horn 12 February 2016 06: 55 New
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        44 rubles cost a ticket for IL-62 Novosibirsk-Tashkent (or 42 rubles Novosibirsk-Chimkent on Yak-40, N-sk-Dzhambul on An-24). With a ticket price of 24 rubles and a 2,5 day ride on the hot steppe in an uncodified carriage, 3-4 hours on the plane were definitely outweighed. The whole family flew annually for about 15 years.
    3. kuz363 11 February 2016 21: 11 New
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      Yes, the usual salary of an engineer was 120 rubles. Plus a premium. Sausage for 2p 60 kopecks, vodka 3 p. 92 kopecks. Cognac 5 rub Bulgarian "Pliska".
      1. Cat man null 11 February 2016 21: 37 New
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        Quote: kuz363
        Yes, the usual salary of an engineer was 120 rub. Plus a premium.

        Just to clarify, from what I remember:

        1. 120 rubles, minus income, minus "childlessness" (it was a joke!), Minus Komsomol-union unions (a penny, not all). That is, from 120 "on hand" remained somewhere around a hundred.
        2. The award was not always.
        3. Vodka was 3-62 after all wink
        1. Bort radist 12 February 2016 04: 24 New
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          Quote: Cat Man Null
          Vodka was 3-62 all the way

          And doctor's sausage 2-20. 100 grams of sprat 1 penny.
        2. Horn 12 February 2016 06: 59 New
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          I was somehow not interested in the price of vodka, but the salary was in the range of 350-450 rubles. And more than half of it is “field”, not taxed. Well, something like that ... By the way, when circumstances forced me to work at the plant, my salary was 550-580 rubles. Enough ...
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          3. Vodka was 3-62 after all


          That's right. There was also "Extra" 4-12. By the way, for a laugh, we were taught to remember the formula of "direct visibility" - 3.65 (3.62) for the sum of the roots from the heights. Or 4,15 (4.12) - taking into account refraction. laughing
          1. Bort radist 12 February 2016 12: 42 New
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            Quote: dauria
            That's right. There was also "Extra" 4-12. By the way, for a laugh, we were taught to remember the formula of "direct visibility" - 3.65 (3.62) for the sum of the roots from the heights. Or 4,15 (4.12) - including refraction

            We just had the call sign, the last numbers 362. I said this: - “Calls eight hundred fifty, three sixty two” and Control and Meteo, it was audible, they answered with a smile - “Well hear you Three sixty two.” fellow
            Figures see the root were. A soldier (1977) without class received 3p. 60 kopecks., The radio operator with class I received 18-50.
          2. Cat man null 12 February 2016 12: 45 New
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            Quote: dauria
            By the way, for a laugh, we were taught to remember the formula of "direct visibility"

            Yeah .. and also 4.12 is the square root of 17 .. and our mathematician at school had his favorite number 17.

            The funny thing is that he did not drink laughing
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  8. ydjin 11 February 2016 19: 27 New
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    While there are enemies you need to keep the gunpowder dry! And an extra argument for calling "partners" for peace will not be superfluous! Peaceful Sky Peace!
  9. Hecate 11 February 2016 19: 35 New
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    Russia sells 10 Su-35s to the Indonesian Air Force, they agreed to sign a contract in March this year. Http://vpk.name/news/149390_indoneziya_priobretet_10_istrebitelei_su35_kont
    rakt_planiruetsya_podpisat_v_marte.html Russia is selling another 40 Su-30MKIs to India for $ 75 million apiece.http: //vpk.name/news/149431_su30mki_75_mln_za_shtuku.html It’s not a bad idea to equip your army, but don’t forget. One Tu-95, this is too small, especially now, when the world is balancing on the brink of war.
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      cap 11 February 2016 21: 15 New
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      Quote: Hecate
      One Tu-95, this is too small, especially now, when the world is balancing on the brink of war.


      Sailors will insure !!!
      Premier League
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        I never doubted the courage of the sailors, who had already shown it in practice more than once, but the huge fleet of the USA confronts the sailors and this will have to be reckoned with.
  10. Vadim Zhivov 11 February 2016 19: 42 New
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    Low over our base, the steam passed ... Everyone jumped out onto the street ... Wash the name of the city then was assigned to the Bear ... And then they say it burned .. It's a pity ... hi
  11. ava09 11 February 2016 19: 52 New
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    Quote: hartlend
    It’s good to buy 50 pieces of apartments


    I may not understand what, but I do not need 50 apartments. Because I know for sure: “If it arrived somewhere, then at the same time it disappeared somewhere”. Physics turning into ideology. And money-grubbing, that is, the desire to possess something beyond measure, is simply hucksterhood, clearly foreign to Russian ideology.
  12. Sultan Babai 11 February 2016 19: 54 New
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    Good aircraft, and even more modernized. Recently, I saw and, most importantly, heard this Thing over my town !!! Of course, you can’t talk like that about a ship the size of a ship, but the small vocabulary unfortunately does not allow one word to describe this strategic long-lived one ...
  13. ava09 11 February 2016 20: 09 New
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    Quote: Denis Obukhov
    I wonder - what is left of that plane that took off for the first time?


    And the design idea of ​​the middle of the last century remained in it. I’m only surprised how your like-minded people didn’t have any idea of ​​rebuilding the fleet of “heavy” Ilya Muromets Sikorsky bombers, for example. After all, any mechanism, including an airplane, appears under the challenges of time, and not vice versa. The fact that the equipment inherited from the USSR is operated in Russia is not from a good life, but from the destruction of the economic, scientific, technical and industrial components of the State in the 90s. God willing, we will restore the normal development of the country and we will produce what is NECESSARY, and not to exploit what remains.
    1. ty60 11 February 2016 21: 39 New
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      TU 22M3 is not an outdated version. 160 we don’t discuss at all. 95MS there is still a resource for modernization. Why discussion? Everything is visible. 160 build new, 22M3 modernization, 95MS deep modernization. Avionics everywhere, weapons, control systems.
      1. ava09 12 February 2016 12: 13 New
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        Quote: ty60
        Why discussion?

        Actually, the article is about TU-95MS. My comment concerned this particular plane and statements about it:
        (C) Would take and lay a series of pieces in 50 !!! And why not? (C)
        I don’t understand why such a puppy delight about a good, but morally obsolete aircraft. As well as the discontent of some experts.
  14. novel66 11 February 2016 20: 14 New
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    I applaud while I love this plane !!!
  15. Was mammoth 11 February 2016 20: 44 New
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    I’m interested in something else.
    "" The next modernized Tu-95MS entered service with the Russian Aerospace Forces. Work under the state contract was carried out by specialists of the Tupolev PJSC branch (part of the UAC) - Zhukovsky flight test and development base", - says the release.

    “For a long time, the Ramenskoye airfield near Moscow was known as an experimental one and was used for test flights, international exhibitions and forums (including the International Aviation and Space Salon MAKS) and partially for civil cargo.
    Ramenskoye Airport, called “Ramport Aero”, will be the fourth airport in Moscow. The emergence of a new harbor will greatly facilitate the life of busy metropolitan airports.
    The ramport will open on March 15, 2016. Opening hours - round the clock, without days off. Voting on social networks determined the name of the airport. By March 15, 2016 it will be renamed Zhukovsky. "
    http://tripsmile.ru/ajeroporty/314-ajeroport-ramenskoe

    This is an experimental (test) airfield LII them. Gromova. One unique runway. How did private owners show up at the unique defense airport again? And how will they divide the strip?
    1. CHILD 11 February 2016 21: 02 New
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      ... well, what a ramp .... Zhukovsky, he ... and he won’t be able to work as usual ... if only as a specialized (government) ... as a local one, I just wonder and wonder)))
      1. Was mammoth 11 February 2016 21: 14 New
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        Quote: KIND
        ... well, what a ramp

        Quote: Was Mammoth
        The ramport will open on March 15, 2016. Opening hours are around the clock, seven days a week.

        As I understand it, the building of the port has already been broken. On the road between Zhukovsky and Ramensky. On the map-street Tupolev.
    2. glasha3032 12 February 2016 01: 34 New
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      For Moscow, as a major international air hub, there is a certain lack of airports. Hot heads (or vice versa, with a cold calculation) knocked out money and drove off an international class airport in Kaluga - but who will go there from Moscow? There was an idea to make a civilian airport in Kubinka, but they defended, it did not work out. But in Zhukovsky - it turned out (cut-rollback!) Correctly noticed, how will they divide the strip? And what will happen during the MAKS .... Why didn’t they use Bykovo?
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      aba 12 February 2016 05: 23 New
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      Could it be all the same about the airport in Bykovo from which Yaki and Ana flew? It's nearby.
  16. proud 11 February 2016 21: 09 New
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    Good luck winged! A little more, and most importantly, let it appear if not new, then at least modernized aircraft
  17. WSW1WSW 11 February 2016 21: 11 New
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    Quote: evge-malyshev
    Quote: doework
    Congratulations to the "truckers"!


    Not truckers, but truckers ...


    Dear, everyone who is a little versed understands that they are far-reaching. Truckers are in quotation marks. THIS IS SO FOR BRIGHTNESS WRITTEN.
  18. From Samara 11 February 2016 21: 18 New
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    In Samara today I’ve heard the rise of such an airplane ...
  19. From Samara 11 February 2016 21: 26 New
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    Very solid and reliable car!
  20. BOB044 11 February 2016 21: 34 New
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    A good bear will smack so. You look and the soul rejoices in such a machine.
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    Reminds a prehistoric predator
  22. Rossiyanin 11 February 2016 21: 37 New
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    Quote: Starover_Z
    Quote: fregina1
    They would take and lay a series of 50 pieces !!! And why not? With a modern rocket, a chic car!

    So it was written right there that the car was "noisy."
    I wonder how economical the engines on it are.
    And are there any engines on the approach that are powerful, quiet, economical and with a long resource?

    Guys, but for what its cons?
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      Apparently .for profanity in aviation matters ... It happens ....
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    Hey 11 February 2016 21: 44 New
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    Just at the "Russian Spring" I read interesting news.
    On remaking parts of the TU-160, the release of which should soon be resumed, into strategic fighters.
    1. glasha3032 12 February 2016 01: 40 New
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      Right! , and the An-22 in the attack aircraft!
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    Peaceful earth to you under the wings, peaceful sky above the fuselage.
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    and at that time beyond the puddle ...