4 results found
Registration / Serial:51 red
Aircraft Original Type:Yakovlev Yak-24
Aircraft Generic Type:Yakovlev Yak-24
Aircraft Version:Yakovlev Yak-24U
C/n (msn):27203310
Operator / Titles:Soviet Union - Air Force
City / Airport:Monino (closed)Map
Country:Russia
Collection:Central Museum of the Air Force
Photo Date:29 August 1994
Photo by:R.A.ScholefieldContact
Photo ID:197911Submit Correction
View count: 178
Preserved Soviet era troop carrying helicopter
Registration / Serial:51 red
Aircraft Version:Yakovlev Yak-24U
C/n (msn):27203310
Operator / Titles:Soviet Union - Air Force
City / Airport:Monino (closed)Map
Country:Russia
Photo Date:29 August 1994
Photo by:R.A.ScholefieldContact
Registration / Serial:51 red
Aircraft Original Type:Yakovlev Yak-24
Aircraft Generic Type:Yakovlev Yak-24
Aircraft Version:Yakovlev Yak-24U
C/n (msn):27203310
Operator / Titles:Soviet Union - Air Force
City / Airport:Monino (closed)Map
Country:Russia
Collection:Central Museum of the Air Force
Photo Date:29 August 1994
Photo by:R.A.ScholefieldContact
Photo ID:197911Submit Correction
View count: 178
Preserved Soviet era troop carrying helicopter
Registration / Serial:51 red
Aircraft Version:Yakovlev Yak-24U
C/n (msn):27203310
Operator / Titles:Soviet Union - Air Force
City / Airport:Monino (closed)Map
Country:Russia
Photo Date:29 August 1994
Photo by:R.A.ScholefieldContact
Registration / Serial:51 red
Aircraft Original Type:Yakovlev Yak-24
Aircraft Generic Type:Yakovlev Yak-24
Aircraft Version:Yakovlev Yak-24
C/n (msn):27203310
Operator / Titles:Soviet Union - Air Force
City / Airport:Monino (closed)Map
Country:Russia
Collection:Central Museum of the Air Force
Photo Date:28 April 2005
Photo by:Peter de JongContact
Photo ID:56689Submit Correction
View count: 136
The Yak-24 piston-powered large helicopter, first flown in July 1952, was built in limited numbers. This example preserved at Monino was later marked 51 red.
Registration / Serial:51 red
Aircraft Version:Yakovlev Yak-24
C/n (msn):27203310
Operator / Titles:Soviet Union - Air Force
City / Airport:Monino (closed)Map
Country:Russia
Photo Date:28 April 2005
Photo by:Peter de JongContact
Registration / Serial:51 red
Aircraft Original Type:Yakovlev Yak-24
Aircraft Generic Type:Yakovlev Yak-24
Aircraft Version:Yakovlev Yak-24
C/n (msn):27203310
Operator / Titles:Soviet Union - Air Force
City / Airport:Monino (closed)Map
Country:Russia
Collection:Central Museum of the Air Force
Photo Date:28 April 2005
Photo by:Peter de JongContact
Photo ID:56689Submit Correction
View count: 136
The Yak-24 piston-powered large helicopter, first flown in July 1952, was built in limited numbers. This example preserved at Monino was later marked 51 red.
Registration / Serial:51 red
Aircraft Version:Yakovlev Yak-24
C/n (msn):27203310
Operator / Titles:Soviet Union - Air Force
City / Airport:Monino (closed)Map
Country:Russia
Photo Date:28 April 2005
Photo by:Peter de JongContact
Registration / Serial:51 red
Aircraft Original Type:Yakovlev Yak-24
Aircraft Generic Type:Yakovlev Yak-24
Aircraft Version:Yakovlev Yak-24U
C/n (msn):27203310
Operator / Titles:Russia - Air Force
City / Airport:Monino (closed)Map
Country:Russia
Collection:Central Museum of the Air Force
Photo Date:31 August 2015
Photo by:Alastair T. GardinerContact
Photo ID:56308Submit Correction
View count: 74
The Yak-24 (NATO: Horse) was developed with the intention of keeping pace with US helicopter designs. From 1958, the improved model Yak-24U was produced with all-metal rotors of bigger diameter, an all-metal fuselage and could carry 40 soldiers or 3,500 kg (7,716 lb) of cargo. The exact number built is unknown but production was stopped in favour of the much more capable Mil Mi-6. This is the only surviving airframe and is on display at Monino.
Registration / Serial:51 red
Aircraft Version:Yakovlev Yak-24U
C/n (msn):27203310
Operator / Titles:Russia - Air Force
City / Airport:Monino (closed)Map
Country:Russia
Photo Date:31 August 2015
Photo by:Alastair T. GardinerContact
Registration / Serial:51 red
Aircraft Original Type:Yakovlev Yak-24
Aircraft Generic Type:Yakovlev Yak-24
Aircraft Version:Yakovlev Yak-24U
C/n (msn):27203310
Operator / Titles:Russia - Air Force
City / Airport:Monino (closed)Map
Country:Russia
Collection:Central Museum of the Air Force
Photo Date:31 August 2015
Photo by:Alastair T. GardinerContact
Photo ID:56308Submit Correction
View count: 74
The Yak-24 (NATO: Horse) was developed with the intention of keeping pace with US helicopter designs. From 1958, the improved model Yak-24U was produced with all-metal rotors of bigger diameter, an all-metal fuselage and could carry 40 soldiers or 3,500 kg (7,716 lb) of cargo. The exact number built is unknown but production was stopped in favour of the much more capable Mil Mi-6. This is the only surviving airframe and is on display at Monino.
Registration / Serial:51 red
Aircraft Version:Yakovlev Yak-24U
C/n (msn):27203310
Operator / Titles:Russia - Air Force
City / Airport:Monino (closed)Map
Country:Russia
Photo Date:31 August 2015
Photo by:Alastair T. GardinerContact
Registration / Serial:51 red
Aircraft Original Type:Yakovlev Yak-24
Aircraft Generic Type:Yakovlev Yak-24
Aircraft Version:Yakovlev Yak-24U
C/n (msn):27203310
Operator / Titles:Soviet Union - Air Force
City / Airport:Monino (closed)Map
Country:Russia
Collection:Central Museum of the Air Force
Photo Date:28 April 2005
Photo by:Peter de JongContact
Photo ID:6495Submit Correction
View count: 227
The Yak-24 was nicknamed the Flying Wagon. Monino's example is reported to be a Yak-24U, capable of lifting 40 troops. 40 Yak-24Us were built. This one was later marked 51 red.
Registration / Serial:51 red
Aircraft Version:Yakovlev Yak-24U
C/n (msn):27203310
Operator / Titles:Soviet Union - Air Force
City / Airport:Monino (closed)Map
Country:Russia
Photo Date:28 April 2005
Photo by:Peter de JongContact
Registration / Serial:51 red
Aircraft Original Type:Yakovlev Yak-24
Aircraft Generic Type:Yakovlev Yak-24
Aircraft Version:Yakovlev Yak-24U
C/n (msn):27203310
Operator / Titles:Soviet Union - Air Force
City / Airport:Monino (closed)Map
Country:Russia
Collection:Central Museum of the Air Force
Photo Date:28 April 2005
Photo by:Peter de JongContact
Photo ID:6495Submit Correction
View count: 227
The Yak-24 was nicknamed the Flying Wagon. Monino's example is reported to be a Yak-24U, capable of lifting 40 troops. 40 Yak-24Us were built. This one was later marked 51 red.
Registration / Serial:51 red
Aircraft Version:Yakovlev Yak-24U
C/n (msn):27203310
Operator / Titles:Soviet Union - Air Force
City / Airport:Monino (closed)Map
Country:Russia
Photo Date:28 April 2005
Photo by:Peter de JongContact