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KhAZ SPT-104 Mobile airplane stairs

KhAZ SPT-104 in Dwaj panowie 'N', Movie, 1961 IMDB

Class: Others, Ground conveyor — Model origin: SU

KhAZ SPT-104 Mobile airplane stairs

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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Weasel1984 PL

2008-05-12 22:21

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[Image: schody1zf0.580.jpg] [Image: schody2od5.9664.jpg]My favourite type of vehicle. :D

ZiL135 PT

2008-08-10 03:01

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SPT-104 Boarding stairs from soviet made. :)

antp BE

2008-08-10 23:33

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How do we list that? Is SPT considered as a "make"?

ZiL135 PT

2008-08-11 01:07

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In fact SPT is the russian acronym for 'self-propelled passenger stairs' (Самоходный Пассажирский Трап). I don't think that it has a 'make', but a factory designation. They were designed and built on Kharkov Aviation Plant (Харьковского авиационного завода) on USSR, more precisely in Ukraine. СПТ (SPT in cyrillic) was and is a model produced on this factory. Now it has the name Kharkov State Aircraft Manufacturing Company (KSAMC) and the models SPT-114 and SPT-154 are continuing to be produced but in a KSAMC subdivision, on TORA Plant.
This one on the pictures is an old model. The SPT-104. I think it was introduced on mid-50's, very early 60's decade.
The next model, '-114', appeared almost at the same time when also appeared the Tupolev Tu-114. This one was longer than the previous model to reach the high Tu-114 door. Than next appeared the '-154'. This one was introduced as a modernization of the '-104'. I think it was built on the same period, when the Tu-154 was introduced on 'Aeroflot' fleet (late 60's, early 70's).
Well, today of course the '-114' and '-154' manufactured on TORA factory were modernized and have a slightly design differences.

Here are the websites:
http://www.ksamc.com/
http://www.tora.ksamc.com/
And link:
http://www.tora.ksamc.com/trap.html
We can also find many photos of SPT-104, 114, and 154 on airliners.net.

ZiL135 PT

2008-08-11 01:17

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antp wrote How do we list that? Is SPT considered as a "make"?

I think we could list it as SPT.

antp BE

2008-08-11 15:22

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I would rather consider the factory as a make then, like what is often done for Russian vehicle, no? (like GAZ etc.)

ZiL135 PT

2008-08-11 18:56

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If so we can list it as KhAZ. On KSAMC website they use KhAZ acronym to refer the old factory (where these old vehicles were built).
KhAZ - Kharkovskogo Aviatsionnogo Zavoda (Kharkov Aviation Plant)

Weasel1984 PL

2008-08-11 19:06

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Finally we know what it is! Bravo ZiL135!
I ve listed more stairs :D , as I see you have identified most of them, so we don't know only this from Czechoslovakia:
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-- Last edit: 2008-08-11 19:24:14

ZiL135 PT

2008-08-11 22:06

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Thanks! :)
I've seen lots of times these passenger stairs in old pictures from Czechoslovakia airports, but unfortunately I don't know the manufacturer nor the model. I've been searching for it but I can not find informations about it. :(

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