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Avia Decals - Tupolev Tu-144

Avia Decals - Tupolev Tu-144
Avia Decals - Tupolev Tu-144
Avia Decals - Tupolev Tu-144
Avia Decals - Tupolev Tu-144
Avia Decals - Tupolev Tu-144
Avia Decals - Tupolev Tu-144
Avia Decals - Tupolev Tu-144
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Avia Decals - Tupolev Tu-144
Avia Decals - Tupolev Tu-144
Avia Decals - Tupolev Tu-144
Avia Decals - Tupolev Tu-144
Avia Decals - Tupolev Tu-144
Avia Decals - Tupolev Tu-144
Avia Decals - Tupolev Tu-144
Avia Decals - Tupolev Tu-144

Civilian airlines decals and paint masks for model kit civil aircraft Tupolev Tu-144 suitable for ICM model kit #14401 or #14402 in 1/144 scale. Decals are Aeroflot and "Moscow" flying laboratories insignia complete with manual instruction, decals sheet, technical stencil decals, and painting mask.

PJSC Aeroflot – Russian Airlines (Russian: ПАО "Аэрофло́т — Росси́йские авиали́нии", PAO Aeroflot — Rossiyskiye avialinii), commonly known as Aeroflot is the flag carrier and largest airline of the Russian Federation. The airline was founded in 1923, making Aeroflot one of the oldest active airlines in the world. Aeroflot is headquartered in the Central Administrative Okrug, Moscow, with its hub being Sheremetyevo International Airport. The airline flies to 146 destinations in 52 countries.

Tu-144LL Supersonic Flying Laboratory. At the end of the Cold War United States and Russia have collaborated in a joint aeronautical flight research program. In 1993 a United States-Russian Joint Commission on Economic and Technological Cooperation was chaired by then U.S. Vice President Gore and Russian Prime Minister Chernomyrdin, in technical interchange between the two countries. NASA and U.S. commercial aviation industries were heavily engaged in a High-Speed Research (HSR) program to further develop Supersonic Transport (SST) aircraft technologies. The goal of the HSR program was to posture the U.S. in a lead position toward the development of a second-generation SST aircraft. Russia's Tupolev Aircraft Design Bureau had proposed as early as 1990 that a Tu-144 SST could be used as a flying test-bed in support of the HSR program. Given encouragement from the Joint Commission, a team of senior NASA and U.S. industry aviation specialists developed a prioritized group of flight experiments and worked with a corresponding senior team from the Tupolev Design Bureau to understand modifications that would have to be made to the Tu-144 to conduct those experiments. These activities were the genesis of the Tu-144LL Supersonic Flying Laboratory used in the joint research program.


Accessories
Contain one set decals sheet, one sheet painting mask, and one set of manual instruction.
Manual Instruction Language English
Product Dimension 26 cm x 17 cm
Scale 1/144
Suitable Ages 14 years to adult

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US$13.45
  • Stock: 6
  • Reward Points: 6
  • Weight: 0.15kg
  • Dimensions: 26.00cm x 17.00cm x 0.00cm
  • SKU: AVD144-07
  • MPN: AVD144-07

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