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More: Aeroflot - Russian Airlines
More: Tupolev Tu-154M
More: Warsaw - Okecie / Frederic Chopin (WAW / EPWA)
More: Poland, October 22, 2008
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RA-85644 (cn 88A780) Strange event that misty morning. AFL1118 is departing to Minsk with one engine off and covered. One munite later she used almost all length of RWY29 to depart.
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A visitor from Latvia posted Tue January 12, 2010:
Beautiful plane!

A visitor from - posted Thu August 27, 2009:
I hope that was a ferry flight

A visitor from Germany posted Mon May 25, 2009:
Very cool and rare shot. But also pretty scary.I think being on board in a plane with one engine down, I would have filled my pants at the take-off ;)

A visitor from United States posted Sat November 15, 2008:
This is a marvelous photos of the Aeroflot Tupolev 164. Has to be my favorite airliner of all. I've made many flights across Russia in one between Moscow and southwestern Siberia (Barnaul).

A visitor from Hungary posted Mon November 3, 2008:
Wonderful pilot skill. Viva Aeroflot

A visitor from Costa Rica posted Fri October 31, 2008:
It captures all the sharp lines that make the Tu-154 such a beauty!!!.

A visitor from Poland posted Wed October 29, 2008:
Must have been kind of ferry flight. Arrived day before from DUS already with engine off and covered.

A visitor from Poland posted Wed October 29, 2008:
Nice photo!!! This definately a ferry flight to Minsk, propably becuase it's the closest location from Warsaw where that Tupolev's engine could be repaired/replaced. Also, Aeroflot commercial flight numbers are 3-digit.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed October 29, 2008:
Aeroflot DOES NOT fly from Poland to Minsk. Due to engine fail it was decided to make a ferry flight from Poland to Minsk as a way to find engineering base for repair.

A visitor from Russian Federation posted Wed October 29, 2008:
Surely not commercial flight. I don't think AFLT can repair Tu154M engine at Warsaw and as technical flight (with no passengers) - you are allow to use two engines.

A visitor from United States posted Wed October 29, 2008:
What a rare catch, and definitely a ferry flight! Yikes if they had one of the remaining engines fail at V1!

A visitor from Germany posted Wed October 29, 2008:
What a plane what a plan!

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