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6 That Wonderful Soviet Air Company

That Wonderful Soviet Air Company

Posted on February 12, 2014 by team


Soviet company “Aeroflot” was the largest air company in the entire history of the country – 130 million passengers annually! Without any worries people could buy tickets and fly somewhere on Saturday or Sunday. It was exactly “somewhere”, not where they needed or wanted to go. Because to get tickets on a plane that would fly where they needed they had to stand in a long line at the air agency two weeks in advance. Those airports were wonderful, all those kiosks, cafes and even toilets…

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6 Responses to “That Wonderful Soviet Air Company”

  1. Dan says:

    All airlines, especially in the West, are now like Aeroflot on it’s worst day.

  2. bjorn skis says:

    pretty nice propaganda pics unless those in those pictures were all high ranking in the government and party members they were not flying like that.

  3. Jean says:

    I vcan fly forever with that stewardesses and passengers. But reality is nowdays common, no leftovers at 5 star hotels, no trips for reduced prices, no glamour and very hard work or you will fly OUT instead of somewhere.

  4. dolores says:

    Soviet era wasn’t as drear for some, apparently. Such equality, eh Lee Rhian*? Anyway, great photo there of passengers being served meal and wine – while plane is on the ground!

  5. Dag says:

    the word propaganda comes to mind, only the propaganda masters and kgb lived this way

  6. Tillerman says:

    Have a good look through the windows at page two, photo three… Funny!

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