The Tupolev Tu-134 turns off the engines

The Tupolev Tu-134 turns off the engines

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The Tupolev Tu-134 definitively shuts down the engines. The last aircraft, belonging to the Alrosa company fleet, ended its service on the route from Irkutsk to Mirny, Russia. Developed in the Soviet Union in the 1960s by the OKB 156 directed by Andreij Tupolev, a total of 852 were produced. Originally Tu-124A, the version with the name Tu-134 was called ...

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