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Photo ID: 1949583
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Groningen - Eelde (GRQ / EHGG)
Netherlands, May 24, 1971
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CCCP-21142 / H-833 This very rare and unusual bird was nicknamed "Homer" by the NATO and is by far one of the most exotic aircraft ever to have passed through the airport. It was accompanied by Mil Mi-8 CCCP-11097, both aircraft on their way to the Le Bourget airshow. Because they were not allowed to fly over Germany (Cold War issues), they had to re-route via Denmark and also The Netherlands to take on fuel. Currently, this airframe is preserved at the Air Force museum in Monino, Russia.
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Mil V-12 (Mi-12)
Copenhagen - Kastrup (CPH / EKCH)
Denmark, May 25, 1971
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CCCP-21142 / H-833 Unless a NATO reconnaissance aircraft photographed it over the Baltic, I believe I am the first in the "Free World" to see it!! It was the big surprise at the Paris Salon that year, but it was also a big surprise for me when it came to Copenhagen for re-fuelling a few days earlier. Note the airshow number H-833.
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Copenhagen - Kastrup (CPH / EKCH)
Denmark, May 25, 1971
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CCCP-21142 / H-833 The front fuselage of this monster of a helicopter. Note the small cockpit at the first floor is for the navigators, while the pilots are below.
Erik Frikke
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Copenhagen - Kastrup (CPH / EKCH)
Denmark, May 25, 1971
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CCCP-21142 / H-833 Seen landing for the first time in the western world on Rwy 04. Was on its way to the Paris Salon and came to Copenhagen for re-fuelling.
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Copenhagen - Kastrup (CPH / EKCH)
Denmark, May 25, 1971
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CCCP-21142 / H-833 I guess you do not know how to re-fuel this monster! Through a hatch the crew grabs to a wire that leads them to the wings, where a big hatch close to the engines covers the refuelling point. A line is thrown to the fuel truck and the hose is lifted to the wing. Note how thick the wings are at the tip. Also note the service platforms around the engines / gearbox.
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Copenhagen - Kastrup (CPH / EKCH)
Denmark, May 25, 1971
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CCCP-21142 / H-833 Only 3 of these creatures were built. The prototype crashed after only a few flights, and this is the second aircraft which should still exist today at the factory in Lyubertsi-Panki. The third aircraft is on show at the Monino Museum. This aircraft also carried the registration CCCP-21142!
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