Another very complicated identity issue with An24 in the State Aviation museum. In 2013 this An24, was decorated with a fake registration, which was actually the registration of an An-24 that was scrapped that same year in that same museum.
This Gomelavia Antonov paid visit to Kabul. It brought some VIPs to the capital. The 1971 built An-24 sustained damage during a landing at Mazar e Shariff on 16 September 2004 after returning on a flight from Kabul. After an engine failure it overran the runway by 200 metres before coming to rest. Luckily, the An-24 could be repaired and continued its life with Gomelavia. The airline ceased operations and the An-24 was stored by March 2011 at Gomel Pokalubichi (Belarus), without engines. It was still there in March 2019, in good condition.