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Picture of the Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-31 aircraft
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| A visitor from - posted Mon May 17, 2010:|
It's hard to imagine that the MiG-31 next to the Be-12 is heavier though it is smaller dimensionally.
| A visitor from United States posted Fri February 19, 2010:|
The largest of Soviet era machines are here: the An-22 (largest turboprop aircraft), MiG-31 (largest interceptor) and Mi-26 (largest helicopter in production).
| A visitor from Iran, Islamic Republic Of posted Thu March 13, 2008:|
Very nice one! a chapter of the history of Russian aviation in a glance! Indeed very rare to see such a collection.
It comes up in the numeric order as well (Mig15, then 17, then 21,...)Just hope they swap the Mig29 with Mig31 to make it completely in numeric order.
| A visitor from Canada posted Fri July 20, 2007:|
I see 15 Migs, including the Mig 9 at top left.
| A visitor from Mexico posted Wed July 18, 2007:|
I hope some day in my life to take a tour to Monino
| A visitor from Russian Federation posted Tue January 30, 2007:|
I see 14 MiGs here :P
| A visitor from Germany posted Wed December 20, 2006:|
Nice collection of birds some Air Forces still have in service.
By the way, I think there are at least 10 MiGs (probably 12). MiG 29, 31, 25 23, 21, 17, 19, 15...
| A visitor from United States posted Fri July 21, 2006:|
Awesome picture, Roman! To answer your question: I see four.
| A visitor from Canada posted Wed May 31, 2006:|
I see a Myistic!
| A visitor from Venezuela posted Tue May 9, 2006:|
I agree with the german friend, all that technology and effort from to many people abandon to the elements.
| A visitor from Germany posted Tue April 18, 2006:|
Can't blieve this is a museum. There are truely many treasures rotting in the rough russian climate :-( . I hope they can afford some hangars one day.
| A visitor from United States posted Tue April 18, 2006:|
Nice picture Roman!
| A visitor from Mexico posted Tue April 18, 2006:|
A few MiGs, an An-22, an An-12, a Beriev, a Mi-26 and a Mi-24. Asuper collection. T.B.
| A visitor from Canada posted Tue April 18, 2006:|
Great position to take a picture. Yep, there is an AN-22.
| A visitor from New Zealand posted Mon April 17, 2006:|
Some mean machines here! Pity they aren't still flying, but still a preferable fate to sitting in a scrapyard.
| A visitor from - posted Mon April 17, 2006:|
A valuable collection of Russian Aircraft!
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Mon April 17, 2006:|
Very nice view of the airport, BTW is that a AN22 in the background??
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