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TV Series (1989)
Edward Tomas (Jan Velinský)
Ladislav Chudík (Karel Solan)
Karel Greif (Ing. Jiří Hradil)
Vladimír Huber (Professor Dejmek)
Ivana Vávrová (Hálkova)
- 1 Various Flying Models
- 2 Zlín Z-226 SL
- 3 Letov Š-20
- 4 Letov Š-8
- 5 Aero CS-102
- 6 Aero S-103
- 7 Aero L-39 Albatros
- 8 Various Mig
- 9 Aero C-3
- 10 GAGI DAG-2 Balloon & Model Kit
- 11 Aero MB.200
- 12 Aero HC-2 Heli Baby
- 13 Aero L-29 Delfin
- 14 Avia B-135
- 15 Unidentified Aircraft
- 16 Avia B-534
- 17 Unidentified Zlin Aircraft
- 18 The Best Years of Our Lives
- 19 Zlín Z-526F
- 20 Various Model kit
- 21 Ejection Seat
- 22 Avia B-228
- 23 Avia 14
- 24 Aero C-104 S
- 25 Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21PF
- 26 Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21UM
- 27 Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21F-13
- 28 Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21PF
- 29 Avia B-33
- 30 Sukhoi Su-7B
- 31 See also
Various Flying Models
Reg. OK-010-195 Soaring Model (usually Czech Gliders & balloons are registered with this pattern: OK-0000 to OK-9999).
Aircraft flying model.
(background) the same one handled by three kids.
Reg. OK-MQI Zlín Z-226 SL s/n 280.
A S-20 plane of the Olomouc Fighter Regiment.
A desk model; the real one can be seen in episode 101 of Brána do historie.
Unidentified Aero CS-102 serial 0143 (fictitious ?).
Unidentified Aero CS-102 with fictitious (?) serial J121 (or 0121 ?).
Now clearly with serial 0121 when taking off during episode three.
Fuselage fitted with temporary wheels.
Serial 3841 Aero S-103.
Wearing serial 3950 but unidentified.
(foreground) Aero L-39 Albatros just in primer.
Line up of various sub-types :
Several single-seat around Aero CS-102 serial 2611 c/n 142611 built in 1954.
GAGI DAG-2 Balloon & Model Kit
- GAGI DAG-2 Balloon on the picture.
(left to right) :
- perhaps Avia (BH-5 / 9 / 10 / 11 /12 ?)
- Fokker Dr.I
- Morane-Saulnier MS.225 of first escadrille of G.C. I/7 (France)
First, a wind tunnel scale down model.
Tail of serial 1413.
Assembly and test of what would act as the prototype XL-29.
Prototype was powered by a British Bristol Siddeley Viper turbojet engine but the Czech-designed M701 engine feated all the subsequent aircraft. None of them are seem during filming of testing.
And eventually, the maiden flight (5 April 1959) !
Jan brings Milena to the theater to watch this 1946 American movie.
Reg. OK-ZSA Zlin Z-526F c/n 1096 damaged beyond repair and later written off on 24 May 1997.
Various Model kit
1) Savoia Marchetti SM.79 of the Ваздухопловство војске Краљевине Југославије / Zrakoplovstvo vojske Kraljevine Jugoslavije (Royal Yugoslav Army Air Force);
2) Albatros D.V (Von Richthofen);
3) Albatros D.III or D.V;
4) Morane-Saulnier MS.225 (already seen in Ep. 02);
5) SPAD S.XIII c/n 504 Capitaine Georges Guynemer of Spa3 (France);
6) Fokker Dr.I (cf Ep. 02);
7) de Havilland DH82 Tiger Moth of Hellenic Royal Air Force.
Upside down of what seems to be an Aro MB.200.
Unidentified training cockpit (not derivated from a real type used by Air Force ?)
Ilyushin Il-14T c/n 813108 serial 3108.
Reg. OK-RXE Aero C-104 S built in 1986 (c/n 237). Actually at Kbely museum (Praga).
Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21PF serial 0304 manufactured in 1964. Crashed on 26 October 1971 during a control flight.
Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21F-13 built by Aero Vodochody (c/n 161112) in 1972. Decommissioned on 22 March 1991.
Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21F-13 built by Aero Vodochody (c/n 061013) in 1970. End of service life in 1989.
Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21PF serial 0308 built in June 1964 and decommissioned on 29 May 1989.
Rear fuselage of an Avia B-33 serialed 5271.