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Photo ID: 1653923
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Untitled (CSA - Ceskoslovenske Aerolinie)
Tupolev TU-104A
Nicosia (NIC / LCNC) (closed)
Cyprus, 1973
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OK-MDE (cn 86601202) Rear view of tu-104 in location near runway at Nicosia where it was moved in preparation for conversion to restaurant after crash landing on inbound flight from Damascus .
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Photo ID: 1651943
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Untitled (CSA - Ceskoslovenske Aerolinie)
Tupolev TU-104A
Nicosia (NIC / LCNC) (closed)
Cyprus, 1973
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OK-MDE (cn 86601202) Side view of Czech Airlines Tu 104a that overran runway on Aug 29 1973 at Nicosia, CY. Plane was ready for conversion to cafe/restaurant but this was interrupted by a coup and subsequent Turkish invasion of island and the airport becoming a UN buffer zone.
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Untitled (CSA - Ceskoslovenske Aerolinie)
Tupolev Tu-104A
Nicosia (NIC / LCNC) (closed)
Cyprus, December 24, 2006
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OK-MDE (cn 86601202) This aircraft crash-landed at Nicosia's airport, runway 14 while operating flight CSA 531 from Damascus on 29 August 1973. It overran the runway and veered to the right, 150 m short of the runway end. Thank God no fatalities were reported among the 70 passengers and crew. Since then, the wreckage is situated at the actual place of the accident, 150 m from the edge of the runway. The flag of the former Czechoslovakia is still visible on the fin!
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