This 154 was built in April 1992 as RA-85726 and delivered to Liana (not to be confused with RA-85726, cn 86A725). It also flew with Macedonia Air Service (as LZ-MNA) and then Mals Deoghar, with which it suffered a heavy tail strike resulting in serious damage. After repair it was re-registed and went to Air AJT in October 1999. Pulkovo and Rossiya followed before retirement and storage on the DME grass.
This 154 was built in March 1993 and delivered to the Tyumen directorate of Aeroflot. It went to Kolavia in mid-1997 and flew with the airline for some fifteen years, with lease periods with Aria Avia and Taban Air before being parked out on the Domodedovo dump.
This B-2 was built in February 1982 and delivered to the international division of Aeroflot as CCCP-85531. It then went to Malev in July 1988 as HA-LCU in a debt repayment deal until operating its last commercial service (CPH-BUD) on 28th March 2001 after which it was ferried to VKO. It joined Moskoviya in August 2008 but was parked up on the DME grass (still in basic its Malev scheme) by May 2010.
This 154 started operating with the East Siberian division of Aeroflot as CCCP-85654 from July 1989. It was transferred to Baikal Airlines in June 1992 and placed onto the Russian register in May 1994. RA-85654 was registered with Alrosa in Nov 1999 and flew with them until sometime in 2016 when it went into storage at Mirny (MJZ / UERR). Some of the frames in the Domodedovo dump are in the background and although much smaller than in previous years, it was still very interesting for me.
This Il-62 was delivered to the Soviet Government as CCCP-86711 in May 1987. After flying also for the Russian Government it was sold to Africa, firstly with Cen-Sad (EL-ALM) and then TransAfrican (3C-QQR and 5A-DKT). It is pictured waiting for its date with the axeman on the Domodedovo dump.
This plane was originally delivered to MEA in May 1997 as F-OHMP before flying for many years with Onur Air as TC-OAE. It started life in Russia from March 2012 with the various incarnations of Kolavia/TUI Russia/Metrojet but was tragically lost over the Sinai Desert on 31st October 2015 with the loss of all 224 people on board.