This time we are going to visit Chelyabinsk Higher School of Aviation. So, let’s start with its miniature.
Behind that monument to the Ilyushin Il-28, there is an entrance into the aviation school.
The Ilyushin Il-76. By the way, its number RA–96012 is real but belongs to the Ilyushin Il-96-300.
Here you can read about Captain Balashov.
On the upper shelf, there is the Tupolev Tu-22 while on the lower one there is the Ilyushin Il-4.
The upper shelf: the Ilyushin Il-28. The lower shelf: the Ilyushin Il-96, the Tupolev Tu-160 and the Sukhoi Su-47.
The smaller one must be a Yakovlev.
This is a fragment of the Sukhoi Su-24 fuselage.
A military pilot’s suit.
The North American B–25 Mitchell.
A monument to V. Lenin.
Let’s get to real aircrafts. This is the Sukhoi Su-24.
It has a bunch of warning signs and instructions on.
“Attention! Check the ground pressurization connection”.
Such planes are rather noisy so they had to increase the flight altitude for planes flying over the city.
A line of the Tupolev Tu-134Sh. ‘Sh’ indicateds that these planes are for navigator training.
The Tupolev Tu-134UB-L is used for marine and military aviation pilots training. Right now, just one aircraft of this type is operational.
The Sukhoi Su-24.
The Tupolev Tu-134UB-L.
The Antonov An-2 and a man with a broom on it.
Check out this video made at Chelyabinsk Higher School of Aviation.