This 154 was initially delivered to Aeroflot at Vnukovo as CCCP-85725 in May 1992. It went on to fly with Belavia (as EW-85725), Chelyabinsk Avia (as RA-85725), Mahan Air (as EP-MHB) and Enkor (as RA-85725) before joining Sibir in April 2005. It is pictured here tayxing out to rw09L for departure. After S7, the frame went on to fly for Zapolyarye, KavMinVody Avia and South East Airline and retired around January 2012. It was then stored at Mineralnyye Vody (MRV) and scrapped the following year.
This lovely 154 was originally delivered to the Kyrgyzstan directorate of Aeroflot as CCCP-85718 in February 1992. It is pictured here taxing out for departure (presumably) back to Bishkek. Less than two months later this 154 was involved in a ground collision at Bishkek. During a take-off run about 2.7 m of the 154's outer right-wing was ripped off after striking the No.1 engine fairing of USAF KC-135R 63-8886, which had just vacated the runway. The KC-135 burned out but the 154 was able to become airborne, make a safe emergency landing in the opposite direction and was eventually repaired.
This aircraft, the prototype Piranha first flew in November 1975 and by January 1977 20 had been ordered and 10 built. The company went into liquidation in September 1977 with their assets being taken over by Issoire Aviation and this aircraft became the Issoire IA 80 Piranha
Delivered to British Airways as G-BRLY in 1991. To THT Turkish Air Transport as TC-THT then back to G-BRLY in 1992. Operated by Manx/British Airways in basic THT colours. To SATA Air Acores as CS-TGX in 2000. Withdrawn from use at Southend in 2009 and scrapped in 2016.
Delivered to British Airways as G-BTPG in 1989. To Air Europa Express as EC-HEH in 1999. Back to G-BTPG in 2002 and stored at Zaragoza and later Bucharest-Baneasa. Converted to a freighter in 2008 and then to Atlantic Airlines in 2011. To West Air Sweden as SE-MHG in 2015. Withdrawn from use at Isle of Man in 2018.