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Abandoned Russian airplanes

Writing by admin on Saturday, 3 of November , 2007 at 3:28 pm

Comments (27)

Category: Military Aircraft,Russian Military Aircraft



Comment by amin

Made Saturday, 5 of January , 2008 at 1:51 pm

The russian aerospace technoogy was very advanced and reliable.
The russian including ex-soviet states must revivie the aviation industry and start production of aircrafts as well as helicopters and meet international standards to provide excellent serivcesa as well technology to the world and compete other aviation industires. World without aviation is in-complete.

Comment by jay

Made Saturday, 29 of March , 2008 at 7:33 pm

cool pics

Comment by WOW

Made Friday, 4 of April , 2008 at 5:21 am

… that is some real nice “junk”

Comment by ruud versteeg

Made Thursday, 15 of May , 2008 at 12:27 pm

Hai, my name is Ruud Versteeg chairman of the new aircraft museum in the netherlands with the name International Aircraft Solutions Park (short named I.A.S.P.), we are looking for old aircraft on military and civiel area. Is there anybody who can help us about the adresses like this pictures or other places where the planes and helicopters are “forgotten”. Please send your reaction on [email protected]
ruud versteeg

Comment by Matthew

Made Monday, 29 of September , 2008 at 10:24 pm

Hi Guys, My name is matthew, Im more than a seaman rather a pilot but i do enjoy watching these fast jets fly. Does any one know’s where to buy an ex-fighter, Helicopter or Mig jet engine ?


Comment by Jomya

Made Wednesday, 15 of October , 2008 at 9:38 am

Poor old Mother Russia

Comment by nicolas b

Made Wednesday, 15 of October , 2008 at 11:15 am


awesome stuff 🙂

where did you take these shots ?

Comment by Chandra

Made Wednesday, 29 of October , 2008 at 9:35 pm

Well written article.

Comment by Dimd

Made Sunday, 2 of November , 2008 at 10:30 pm

Hi. All what you see on those pictures you can real see in Moscow. Near underground station AEROPORT(Grean line). Absolute free of course)))

Comment by TADLOS CLAN

Made Sunday, 30 of November , 2008 at 10:40 am

I guess their resource is over…. Pretty sad seeing the MiG-21, 25 and 29 sitting there. Can all be put into museums and deliver countless smiles on peoples faces….when they see their child sitting in these planes…. lol i wish someone restored them.

Comment by Robert

Made Friday, 6 of February , 2009 at 10:40 pm

Just too many money is needed to take care of those nowdays for the Russians, they better still on top by funding their 5-gen fighters and replace all of the older machines they use in the military. And the parts for those wrecks are almost imposibble to get … maybe from other machines .. but i would not try to fly white an aircraft, that is in bad shape. Much things could not survive a flight after all the time they rusting there.

Comment by Jason

Made Tuesday, 10 of February , 2009 at 3:42 am

Wow I would like to have some land I could get an old airplane to use as a sitting area keep off the beaten path so no one could see it and use it as a camp what a conversation peice

Comment by Jason

Made Tuesday, 10 of February , 2009 at 3:43 am

It would be cool to use it as a store people use old rail passenger cars why not use an old plane as store or restaraunt

Comment by jimo

Made Wednesday, 18 of February , 2009 at 8:56 am

Get a life you bleeding heart liberals, we fought the freedom hating bastards w/blood in Korea, Veitnam! They havent changed since the cold war either (Georgia) Would you rather see them functional on the receiving end? They laughed @ the American trained Georgians when retreating from the vast Russian armor. They would not have laughed facing a Marine expeditionary force, they would have been busy running or dying. They were busy stealing toilet seats (probably for SU35) to replace the 5 gallon buckets currently used.

Comment by PeterC

Made Tuesday, 30 of June , 2009 at 12:43 pm

Good grief ‘Jimo’… Take a chill pill.

It’s a historical perspective that any aviation buff appreciates. Your post just comes across as being a ‘hater’ and insular ignoramous. Consider loosening your grip on your propoganda… 😉

Comment by Luis Enrique

Made Saturday, 15 of August , 2009 at 5:02 pm

I am interested to buy Russian amphibious BE-12 Shaika ..
I wonder if you have any information to help me with the purchase of this aircraft …
As cost of these aircraft and at least one such record for flying ..

I expect an answer on.


Comment by Luis Enrique

Made Saturday, 15 of August , 2009 at 5:08 pm

[email protected]

I am interested to buy Russian amphibious BE-12 Shaika ..
I wonder if you have any information to help me with the purchase of this aircraft …
As cost of these aircraft and at least one such record for flying ..

I expect an answer on. [email protected]


Comment by Tom

Made Wednesday, 28 of October , 2009 at 8:00 pm

Amazing photos here! It’s incredible what must be lying around many of the more isolated former Russian air bases! I’ve traced a load of old bases on Google Earth, some now entirely ploughed up and others lingering on. Some still have abandoned aircraft on them – and probably will for a long time yet!

Comment by jimo

Made Friday, 30 of October , 2009 at 3:32 am

No you get off your drug Peter C, I dont need a chill pill, but you better wake up before the Muslims/communists own your freedom sucking ass. Maybe we all need a wakeup pill! Maybe we should all loose our freedom such as OBAMA is doing rapidly. Then the few who really desire/earn it will again fight for it with good old fashion anger.

Comment by JIMO

Made Sunday, 28 of February , 2010 at 7:22 pm

What the hell do any of you think all this shit is about on all these pages, it is built to kill with, & kills with out mercy! War is what it is designed for, not a competing hocky game. We better all wake up & reality sets in that man kind’s toys may change, but his nature does not, & history always repeats itself. You study rome yesterday, & the liberal thinking today.

Comment by Lisa

Made Saturday, 22 of May , 2010 at 6:40 pm

Interested in buying scrap or used Mi helicopters and/or engines (Izotov , Klimov , TV3-117)at reasonable prices.Contact me
[email protected]

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Made Wednesday, 6 of February , 2013 at 10:57 am

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Comment by Bobwsnt1

Made Saturday, 23 of March , 2013 at 10:12 pm

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