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Zapalniczka, Movie made for TV, 1970 IMDB

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Weasel1984 PL

2009-02-12 18:20

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LOT:
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KLM:
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Aeroflot:
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And other planes: ;)
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Some Militia/Army equipment:
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chris40 UK

2009-02-12 20:36

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The first 'other plane' is a De Havilland Comet 4 or 4B, apparently of British European Airways of blessed memory.

sixcyl FR

2009-02-12 21:36

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Very nice snowy pictures ;)

and planes too! [Image: top2.gif]

The LOT bimotor is one of the famous Ilyushin Il-14 , a big success of russian aircraft industry in the 50's

The KLM jet is a McDonnell-Douglas DC-9-32

The AEROFLOT is a Tupolev Tu-134

Then, as Chris said, a De Havilland /Hawker Siddeley Comet 4B probably from BEA indeed

Next thumbnail, we can find 2 planes from LOT fleet = an Ilyushin Il-18 in the foreground, and a Tupolev Tu-134 in the background.

Helicopters breeds some researches for me:
Mil? but what types?




greybear EN

2009-02-12 22:01

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The De Havilland Comet will probably be a Mk 4B. The 4B had a reduced wing span and much shorter range and I'm fairly sure that BEA only used this version. The livery is the white/black/silver fuselage with red wings. Who thought THAT combination would look good?

chris40 UK

2009-02-12 22:34

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The Comet 4B was a very comfortable aircraft; with the possible exception of the Caravelle I've never enjoyed flying more than by the Dan-Air 4Bs I've flown on various charter flights. (And I've since flown in everything from Boeing 707s and Airbus 320s to Il-18s and ATR-72s.)

sixcyl FR

2009-02-13 12:06

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I've never flown on Comet, and I probably have had loved to... and I remember the Comet 4B from Dan Air London operating in Paris Le Bourget in 1973, it was so beautiful with its colours red/white :)


Weasel1984 PL

2009-02-16 21:19

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sixcyl wrote Very nice snowy pictures ;)

Thanks! ;)
Good work with planes guys.

sixcyl FR

2011-05-28 10:32

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All these aircrafts at IMPDB:
http://www.impdb.org/index.php?title=Zapalniczka

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