This 204 was built in October 2009, operating firstly for Aviastar-TU Cargo and then Transaero from February 2013. After that airline's demise in October 2015 it was placed into storage and subsequently sold to Pochta Rossii.
This 747 was orginally delivered to JAL as JA8187, a 246SR, in February 1988. It was subsequently converted to a 346SR and then went to JALways (Res'ocha) in 1998. Transaero took delivery in February 2009 and the frame was wfu a couple of months after this photo was taken.
This Il-62 was originally operated by the Soviet MRP/NPO 'Vzlyot' as a Salon TM-3SUR (SatCom-equipped) satellite navigation systems test-bed and so fitted with a non-standard antenna housing on top of forward fuselage. After then flying for some years with Moscow Airways it was converted to a freighter with Aerostars before ending its days on the Domodedovo dump. RA-86472 is the Il-62 in the background.
The Tu-95N was an experimental version intended for the air-drop of an RS ramjet powered aircraft, however, the project was cancelled before it became operational. This Bear is on display at the Central Museum of the Air Force at Monino.
This Il-2 Shturmovik hulk was photographed in the workshop/restoration area of the Monino musem near Moscow and, hopefully, about to be restored to its former glory. If anyone knows more about the provenance of this aircraft, then I'd be interested to hear.
This pencil-jet originally flew for Comair under the Delta Connection branding as N713CA from July 1998 until August 2012. After a period of storage at Kingman it had been operating for RusLine for about one month when it was photographed here at DME.
As the background is so impressive, I had intended to retake this shot after the stairs had been moved but somehow forgot. This Piggy was delivered to Continental in Aug. 1998 as N17663. It went to Transaero in Oct. 2010 but was wfu in Oct. 2015 and stored at Teruel. It has been stored at Kharkiv since November 2017 as a prospective move to Aquiline International didn't go through.
The M-15 was an agricultural aircraft intended to be used on the huge Soviet collective farms. In the end performance was disappointing and only 175 were built. In terms of mass produced jets it is, however, the only cropduster, the only biplane and the world's slowest jet. On display at the Central Museum of the Air Force at Monino.