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Russian title: '''Ещё раз про любовь'''<br>
Russian title: '''Ещё раз про любовь'''<br>

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Movie (1968)
Russian title: Ещё раз про любовь
English title: Once again for love

Tatyana Doronina (Natasha Aleksandrova)
Aleksandr Lazarev (Elektron Yevdokimov)

For a sweet and naïve stewardess Natasha it’s love from the first sight. For a cold and cynical scientist Yevdokimov, it’s a quick infatuation. Will something change between them?

Tupolev Tu-104

Tu-104 of Aeroflot.


Ilyushin Il-18

Il-18V registered СССР-75521, serial 183006704, of Alma-Ata united air squad, landing. Built 1963, scrapped 1983. Filmed in Alma-Ata airport (ALA).

Il-18V СССР-75521 of Aeroflot

Il-18V registered СССР-75853, serial 182005503, of Alma-Ata united air squad, taking off. Built 1962, scrapped 1978. Filmed in Alma-Ata airport (ALA).

Il-18V СССР-75853 of Aeroflot

Unknown Il-18V of Aeroflot taxiing in Alma-Ata.

Il-18V of Aeroflot

Il-18V registered CCCP-75817 (built 1962, scrapped 1982) in Vnukovo.

Il-18V CCCP-75817 of Aeroflot in Vnukovo

Ilyushin Il-18 & Ilyushin Il-14 & Antonov An-24

Same sequence as previous screenshot. Il-18 taxiing, with a few Il-14 on the background. On the foreground is An-24B registered CCCP-46274, serial 77303607, from Ashgabat united air squad. Built in 1967, scrapped in 2012.

Il-14, Il-18 and An-24 of Aeroflot

Ilyushin Il-18 & Tupolev Tu-104

Il-18 and Tu-104 in Alma-Ata.

Il-18 and Tu-104 of Aeroflot

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