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Myachkovo – Saturday 26th August 2017 (John Tomlinson)

So on to Moscow-Myachkovo and an excited team as we were going to be flying in a Yakovlev Yak-18T.

However first a look at the An-30 sat above a cafe on the outskirts of the aerodrome.

When the first team (myself, Ben and Garry) went for our flight, we also saw an Aero L-29 Delfin in what appeared to be a secure housing estate. We went to have a closer look when we were all on the ground, but as I had thought, gates to get in a walls to prevent views inside the area. Whilst we were on the flight, the other three walked around our side of the field checking out the aircraft and photographing. We did the same as the second flight went off.

We were flying from one side of the field and did not go to the South side, however we did read quite a few off as well as easily viewing the withdrawn from use Antonov An-30.

REQUEST:
On our side of the airfield there were a line of five Aero Vodochody L-29’s, only one with a registration, one was a half fuselage. Any help with the other four would be gratefully appreciated.

Airfield Photographs at: https://www.flickr.com/photos/jlt_egcc74/albums/72157688695182296
Flight Photographs: https://www.flickr.com/photos/jlt_egcc74/albums/72157686953379974
Aero L-29 Delfin link at: https://www.flickr.com/photos/jlt_egcc74/albums/72157689431765215

Regards.

John

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Preserved above at Cafe close to the airport
Noted at 1045-1050hrs
RA-30043 Antonov An-30 C/n 905 Preserved

Airfield – In order as noted and photographed.
Noted between 1105-1310hrs

RA-01789 Tecnam P.2002-JF Sierra C/n 140 Chelavia
RA-01798 Tecnam P.2006T C/n 60 Chelavia
RA-1303G Tecnam P.2002 Sierra RG C/n 443 Chelavia
RA-1210G Tecnam P.2002-JR Sierra C/n 112 Chelavia
RA-0564G VV-Avia Elitar-Sigma4 C/n YeEVS.02.0173 Private
RF-32782 Mil Mi-8MTV-1 C/n 96732 MCHS Rossii Guap
RA-1056G Yakovlev Yak-18T C/n 03-31 Private
RA-1908G Cessna 172G C/n YeEVS.03.2058 Private
RA-0953G Yakovlev Yak-52 C/n 811412 Private
RA-2125G Cessna 182P C/n 60884 Private
RA-06201 Robinson R66 C/n 311 Private (Boom only)
RA-1979G TL Ultralight TL-2000 RG C/n Unknown Private
RF-32804 Kamov Ka-32A11BC C/n 523324069830 MCHS Rossii Guap
RF-32806 Kamov Ka-32A11BC C/n 523324069831 MCHS Rossii Guap
RA-1444G Cessna 182K C/n 182-57970 Private
CCCP-32314 WSK-PZL An-2TP C/n 1G97-26 Withdrawn from use
RA-0980G Seawind 3000 C/n 022 Unknown Private (registration under the Russian flag on the tail looked like N369JB, but that has been allocated another registration, RF-01151)
RA-1827G Seawind 3000 C/n Unknown Private
RA-0562G TL Ultralight TL-2000 C/n Unknown Private
RA-1502G Yakovlev Yak-52 C/n 9812107 Private (Coded 52)
RA-07326 WSK-PZL An-2P C/n 1G149-30 Withdrawn from use
RA-04172 Robinson R44 C/n 1248 Private
FLARF-02902 Aero Vodochody L-29 C/n 93902 Private
Unmarked Aero Vodochody L-29 C/n Unknown Private (Half Fuselage)
Unmarked Aero Vodochody L-29 C/n Unknown Private
Unmarked Aero Vodochody L-29 C/n Unknown Private
Unmarked Aero Vodochody L-29 C/n Unknown Private
RA-01958 LET L-200D C/n 171221 Withdrawn from use

Airfield Farside

RA-30047 Antonov An-30 C/n 909 Withdrawn from use
RA-1417G Chaika L-42M C/n YeEVS.03.1334 Private
RA-1377G Chaika L-44 C/n YeEVS.03.1333 Private
RA-67540 Cessna 421A C/n 421A-0037 Corporate
RA-04159 Robinson R44 C/n 0296 Private
RA-0734G Piper PA-28161 C/n 28-7916318 Private
RA-2478G Cessna 182Q C/n YeEVS.03.3032 Private
RA-67464 Cessna T.206H C/n T206-08795 Private
N21384 Cessna 182T C/n 182-81296 Private
RA-0983G Cessna 182N C/n 182-60472 Private
RA-2825G Cessna 182L C/n YeEVS.03.3576 Private
RA-1687G IAR 823 C/n 02 Private

Another three were seen from the flight, but no positive id’s could be obtained.
??? White & covered
??? Yellow / Red
???

On pole in secure housing estate
Unmarked Aero Vodochody L-29 C/n Unknown Preserved

 

Photo credit: John Tomlinson

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