Monday 2 September 2002
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Domodedovo Airport

The Ilyushin Il-62 is still in service...

This one flying with Tretyakovo airlines.

This Il-86 still wears the colours of it's former owner, Vnukovo Airlines.
Recently taken over by Siber (Siberia) Airlines, it also wears their titles.

Tu-204C of Aviastar Cargo - the builders down in Ulyanovsk.

Tu-154B-2 of Aerofreight.

A Tu-154M - of Aerobratsk. Note the different engines on this variant.

Another Tu-154M - this time belonging to Avialine 400.

Yet another Tu-154M of Kolavia.

A Tu-154M of Siber Airlines.

Tu-154M of Tajikstan Airlines.

Tu-154 of Sibaviatrans.

How close can you get?  Tu-154 of St Petersbourg-based Pulkova Airlines
taxying in past our cameras.

Immaculate Yak-42 of Centre-Avia.

Another Yak-42 - of Ukrainian airline Donbas.

Smart Yak-42 - not sure which airline - fin logo reads 'ATsR' I think.

Rather plain looking Yak-42 of East Line.

Antonov An-12 of cargo airline Aerostar.

Another An-12 - this time belonging to Atran.

Anonymous Ilyushin Il-18 - possibly government operated.

One of two Il-18's at Domodedovo.

Another view of the Il-18.

Ukrainian registered Yak-40.

Tu-134 of Tretyakovo.

Tu-134 'Udmurtiya' ?

Tu-134 of Kolavia - note the solid nose on this machine.

Tu-134 of Astrakhan Airlines.

Tu-134 of Primair.

Domodedovo is a large freight airport - with brand new cargo handling facilities.
This Il-76TD belongs to resident cargo carrier East Line - 'owners' of Domodedovo.

Another East Line Il-76TD wearing what looks like old
Aeroflot Polar Directorate colours.

Il-76TD of Avakan-Avia.

Il-76TD of Sayakhat.

Il-76TD of Aviast.

Another Il-76TD - this time belonging to Ilavia.

I just had to take this photo - it shows the undercarriage on an interesting
piece of Russian equipment!