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Picture of the Antonov An-14 Pcholka aircraft

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More: Antonov An-14 Pcholka
More: Ulaanbaatar (Ulan Bator) - Chinggis Khaan International (Buyant Ukhaa) (ULN / ZMUB)
More: Mongolia, May 10, 1995
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A visitor from Netherlands posted Sat May 24, 2014:
So sad to see such a beauty in such a state!

A visitor from - posted Fri January 13, 2012:
This little guy probably has an interesting story to tell. But judging by the date on the photo it's likely gone by now.

A visitor from Australia posted Wed December 7, 2011:
This thing looks like it just wants to be put out of its misery, sitting idle at this backwater airport slowly rusting in to the ground.

A visitor from Netherlands posted Tue August 16, 2011:
The only useful parts seem to be the chocks on the MLG

A visitor from Australia posted Thu July 14, 2011:
"Is it flyable?" With no flaps, windows missing and parked at a derelict site then I'd say no! Kinda looks like it has just been dumped there. Hopefully the owner has upgraded to another aircraft.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun April 24, 2011:
My favorite light aircraft, look how cute it is! shame about its current state

A visitor from - posted Fri November 26, 2010:
If restored, this would be a very nice and unique private airplane!

A visitor from - posted Sun August 29, 2010:
> A visitor from Canada posted: Is the plane still 'flyable'?

Look attentively - it has no flaps. Compare to other photos in base.

A visitor from Canada posted Fri April 9, 2010:
Very interesting picture...some many questions I like to ask the photographer..Is this their airport terminal? Is the plane still 'flyable'? Is this a cargo or pass a/c? I love it...very unique picture/aircraft..thanks for sharing!

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