Nebo izmeryayetsya milyami
Welcome to IMPDb!
Upgrades are done and editing is back on!
Dedicated to identifying aircraft throughout Movies, Television, and Video Games!
Russian title : Небо измеряется милями
French title :
English title (literally): The sky is measured in miles
Evgeniy Stychkin (Mikhail Mil)
Maryana Spivak (Pana Rudenko)
Andrey Merzlikin (Nikolai Kamov)
Sergey Pokhodaev (Young Mikhail Mil)
Biographical film dedicated to the Russian pioneer and great industrialist of the revolving wings: Mikhail Leontyevich Mil (1909-1970).
Note: This film utilises a significant quantity of Computer Generated Images (CGI). Aircraft portrayed in this film may not be entirely accurate and have been identified as closely as possible to real aircraft.
- 1 Mil V-12
- 2 Unidentified Sailplane
- 3 Kamov TsAGI A-7
- 4 TsAGI 1-EA
- 5 Heinkel He 111
- 6 Polikarpov I-16
- 7 Tupolev Tu-2S
- 8 Generic Floatplane (toy)
- 9 Sikorsky S-51
- 10 Mil Mi-1
- 11 Antonov An-2P
- 12 Sikorsky HRS-2
- 13 Mil Mi-4
- 14 Tupolev Tu-114
- 15 Sikorsky VH-34D
- 16 Portrait Gallery
- 17 Unidentified Aircraft
- 18 Mil Mi-8
- 19 Le Bourget (France), June 1965
- 20 Mil Mi-24P
- 21 See also
Designed by the TsAGI (Central Aero and Hydrodynamic Institute) to carry out research into problems associated with rotary-winged flight.
Слава героям Отечественной войны! / Glory to the heroes of the Patriotic War!
Generic Floatplane (toy)
Not a Soviet design (all single engine hydroplanes were amphibians). Toy of Mil's son dead during WW2 but shape close to the de Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver (first flight in 1947 !).
An-2P built in 1972 by PZL Mielec (s/n 141-65) RA-70411.
Another one, 11 yellow.
U.S. Marines Corps, Korea, 1950's.
Reg. CCCP-л5611 / SSSR-L5611 Tupolev Tu-114.
September 20, 1959 : Mister "K" arrival at Washington.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Civil Fixed-Wing).
According the screenplay, during the tour of Sikorsky's assembly lines.
Le Bourget (France), June 1965
26th Paris Airshow.
No use of archive footage as all registrations are missing and some details are wrong (for example the real Mil Mi-8 had wheel aerodynamic fairings; all the single engine airframes are missing (Yakovlev Yak-18 and Yakovlev Yak-18T) likewise the Tupolev Tu-134 CCCP-45176).
In front of the Mil Mi-10 and the Antonov An-22 with Ilyushin Il-62 and Mil Mi-8 on the left edge.
1 : ?
2 & 6 & 13 : Tupolev Tu-114
3 & 5 : Ilyushin Il-62 including CCCP-06176
4 : Antonov An-22 CCCP-46191 show number : 235; prototype later registered CССР-160151 then СССР-64459 / UR-64459. On strength for the VVS as "40" "01" then "10" between 1967 and 1981. Now preserved since 1994.
7 & 16 & 17 : Antonov An-24 including CCCP-46791
8 : Tupolev Tu-124V CCCP-45072 (unknown fate; no record after 1980)
9 : Mil Mi-4
10 : Mil Mi-8AP CCCP-06181
11 : Mil Mi-10 CCCP-04102
12 : Mil Mi-6 CCCP-06174
14 : Ilyushin Il-18 CCCP-75581
15 : Antonov An-12B (civil) CCCP-??359
Mil Mi-24P acting as the first Mil Mi-24A which was different (tandem seat under a single greenhouse instead the later two separate cockpits).