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Aeroflot Don TU154m RA-85626 (1:500)
Aeroflot Don TU154m RA-85626 (1:500) Sale Price: $29.95
Retail: $41.95
Availability: Normally Stocked
Item #: HE528696 -

    Aeroflot Don TU154m RA-85626 (1:500) by Herpa Models Item Number: HE528696A total of 21 TU-154s saw service with Aeroflot's subsidiary which has its home base in Rostov-on-Don in Southern Russia.

    Aeroflot Nord TU-154B-2 RA-85365 (1:500)
    Aeroflot Nord TU-154B-2 RA-85365 (1:500) Sale Price: $30.95
    Retail: $39.95
    Availability: Normally Stocked
    Item #: HE528764 -

      Following the purchase of Arkhangelsk Airlines by Aeroflot in 2004, the airline was renamed Aeroflot Nord, and received a variation of Aeroflot's own color scheme, replacing the Russian flag on the stabilizer with snow flakes.

      Aeroflot TU-134A Bluebird CCCP-65667 (1:500) - Preorder item, order now for future delivery
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      Aeroflot TU-134A Bluebird CCCP-65667 (1:500) - Preorder item, order now for future delivery Sale Price: $32.95
      Retail: $39.95
      Availability: Normally Stocked
      Item #: HE529938 -

        From 1970 through to the middle of the decade, Aeroflot wore this flashy color scheme with the blue rudder. This livery was only applied to the TU-134 fleet.

        Aeroflot TU144 (1:400)
        Aeroflot TU144 (1:400) Sale Price: $49.95
        Retail: $61.95
        Availability: In Stock
        Item #: HE562348 -

          After the introduction in the (1:500) scale, now the first Soviet supersonic jet, launched prior to the Concorde, is released one size bigger. In 1971, the original of this test plane took off for the first time. Contrary to the western competitor, the altogether 15 manufactured planes were only operated for a short time.

          Aeroflot TU144 (1:500)
          Aeroflot TU144 (1:500) Sale Price: $32.95
          Retail: $47.95
          Availability: In Stock
          Item #: HE519168 -

            Mostly outshined by its Western-European pendant, the TU-144 however had been the world��_s first supersonic plane, when it took off for its maiden flight in December 1968 ��_ two months prior to the Concorde. CCCP-77101 was one of two test planes and flew for the first time in 1971.

            Aeroflot TU154B-2 (1:200) 90s Livery RA-85363
            Aeroflot TU154B-2 (1:200) 90's Livery RA-85363 Sale Price: $74.20
            Retail: $109.95
            Availability: In Stock
            Item #: HE557931 -

              In the 1990s, following the dissolution of the Soviet Union, the now Russian Aeroflot introduced a careful modifi cation of the Soviet-era livery. In addition to the Russian flag on the rudder, the straightforward blue cheatline received a slightly more dynamic appearance through the curved extension onto the stabilizer

              Aeroflot Tupolev TU-144S CCCP-77110 (1:200) - Preorder item, order now for future delivery
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              Aeroflot Tupolev TU-144S CCCP-77110 (1:200) - Preorder item, order now for future delivery Sale Price: $98.95
              Retail: $139.95
              Availability: Preorder, Expected November
              Item #: HE558730 -

                Built in 1977, CCCP-77110 was one of only two aircraft that were used on regular scheduled service by Aerofl ot from 1984 onwards. Service was performed weekly between Moscow and the Kazakh city of Alma-Ata, today's Almaty. This TU-144S, equipped with four Kuznetsov NK-144A engines, recognizable by the cylindrical exhausts, is on display at the Civil Aviation Museum in Ulyanovsk.

                Air Koryo TU-134-B3 P-814 (1:500) - Preorder item, order now for future delivery
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                Air Koryo TU-134-B3 P-814 (1:500) - Preorder item, order now for future delivery Sale Price: $32.95
                Retail: $39.95
                Availability: Normally Stocked
                Item #: HE530002 -

                  Built in 1984, P-814 was the last ever built TU-134. She is one of two operated by North Korea's state-owned carrier.

                  Air Koryo TU-154B-2 "P-561" (1:500)
                  Air Koryo TU-154B-2 "P-561" (1:500) Sale Price: $32.95
                  Retail: $41.95
                  Availability: In Stock
                  Item #: HE527255 -

                    Delivered in 1983, P-561 is the younger of two TU-154s operated by North Korea��_��__��_��___s flag carrier still today

                    Alrosa Mirny Enterprises TU154M (1:200)
                    Alrosa Mirny Enterprises TU154M (1:200) Sale Price: $73.95
                    Retail: $97.95
                    Availability: Normally Stocked
                    Item #: HE554763 -

                      Alrosa Mirny Enterprises TU154M (1:200)by Herpa ModelsItem Number: HE554763On September 7, 2010, at an altitude of over 10,000 meter (30,000 ft), all electric and hydraulic systems failed onboard flight 514. The crew despite all odds managed a forced landing with no fatalities or injured. Despite the severe damages, the airplane could be repaired and is currently back in service.

                      Balkan Bulgarian TU-134A (1:500) - Special Sale Item
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                      Balkan Bulgarian TU-134A (1:500) - Special Sale Item Sale Price: $16.95
                      Retail: $22.95
                      Availability: In Stock
                      Item #: HE517638 -

                        Balkan Bulgarian TU134A by Herpa 1:500 Scale Diecast AirlinersItem Number: HE517638The airline was Bulgaria��_��__��_��___��_��__��_��____s national carrier from 1947 until 2002. Starting in 1968, up to 16 TU-134s were operated all over Europe.

                        Balkan Bulgarian TU-154B2 (1:200)
                        Balkan Bulgarian TU-154B2 (1:200) Sale Price: $79.95
                        Retail: $99.95
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                        Item #: HE555715 -

                          With its location on the Black Sea, Bulgaria was always a popular holiday destination for its Communist brother states, but also for vacationers from Western Europe. Balkan was the very first export customer for at the time brand new TU-154, operating a respectable fleet of a total of 47 trijets.