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Tu-154 made the last civil flight from Yakutia

Tu-154 made the last civil flight from Yakutia
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Tu-154 made the last flight in its history. The aircraft of the Alrosa company delivered 140 passengers from the city of Mirny to Novosibirsk.

As the RIA News", the last Tu-154 remaining in Russian civil aviation in 2002 was under the jurisdiction of the Mirny Aviation Enterprise, and in 2013 it was transferred to Alrosa. According to the general director of the company Andrey Gulov, the airworthiness certificate of the airliner is about to expire. 

Over the past 18 years, the plane has flown about 30 thousand hours. During his service in the airline "Alrosa" Tu-154M performed 737 flights and carried more than 160 thousand passengers. This is the most widespread Soviet medium-range jet passenger aircraft. Its operation began on February 9, 1972. 

"ALROSA" based at Mirny airports (Yakutia) and Domodedovo, is engaged in regional transportation in Yakutia, regular and charter transportation in Russia, organizes charters to the CIS countries, Asia and Europe, cargo transportation and special aviation work. Alrosa is the only company that has carried out regular air transportation on Ty-154M and Tu-134 in recent years.

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