Talk:Ekipazh (1980)

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Pictures courtesy of moskvichok, who provided them on IMCDb.

Nightrider provided around twenty new screenshots on IMCDB including the Concorde (coming soon). Many Thanks ! LVCDC (talk) 04:57, 27 March 2018 (MDT)

Nighlty Airframe

Boeing 727 or not ?

Comparision-1.jpg

Picture of Boeing 727 (c) Konstantin von Wedelstaedt — https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=26864654

It's 727 of course from JAT Yugoslav Airlines.sixcyl

Tupolev Tu-114 or not ?

Based on some model kit picture in order to find the same angle of view, first with an a review posted on Hyperscale :

Among flames, we just see some part of a sacrified airframe. Please note the fence over the wing between the two engine nacelles, something unused on Western civil jet aircraft.

Ekipazh-Tu-114-scrapped.jpg
Ekipazh-21-48-49.jpg

But over the wing section, windows are paired and the Welsh Models is not as close as possible of the real Tupolev Tu-114.
Let's see a better model found on Aeronautic pictures :

Ekipazh-Tu-114-kit.jpg
Ekipazh-21-39-06.jpg

But what type of aircraft was used for the failed takeoff ?

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Ekipazh-21-48-29.jpg

Every proposal is welcome.
LVCDC (talk) 11:13, 30 March 2018 (MDT)