Many of those planes taken on from the old Aeroflot by the other counties are not flying anymore, and in some cases never did. For example, when Ukraine took over a large part of the Aeroflot fleet in Kyiv a large number of planes never left the ground again. There are a number of IL-86's on the ground at Kyiv, and they don;t look very good. Instead Air Ukraine chose to buy IL-62's and tu-154's from LOT. The smaller planes like the AN-2's and LET's remained in service for a bit but for the most part they are all now grounded, and the AN24 makes up the back bone of the domestic fleet. The only ex-Aeroflot planes that really are still in wide spread use are the tu-134's. Even the IL-18's that Air Ukraine used to fly mostly came from Air Berlin.
"Clive Beddoe says he favours competition, but his actions do not support that idea." Robert Milton - CEO Air Canada