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India has terminated the a 2 billion dollar contract for six multi-role tanker transport (MRTT) aircraft with Airbus Defence and Space.
This comes as no surprise for observers as the deal was troubled by objections over its high costs.
This Tashkent built Il-14 was manufactured in May 1957.
She was damaged December 20th, 1983 at Djezkazgan but repaired. This picture shows this Ilyushin at its last sight, she was completely broken up by August 1995.
The Il-62 entered Aeroflot civilian service on 15 September 1967 with an inaugural passenger flight from Moscow to Montreal, and remained the standard long-range airliner for the Soviet Union (and later, Russia) for several decades.
It was the first Russian pressurised aircraft with non-circular cross-section fuselage and ergonomic passenger doors, and the first Russian jet with six-abreast seating (the turbo-prop Tu-114 shared this arrangement) and international-standard position lights.
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Since moving to Amsterdam, The Shallow Man has had the pleasure of dating both Dutch and Russian women.
Which brings me to the subject of today’s post; five differences between Dutch and Russian women.The Il-62's successors include the wide-bodied Il-86 and Il-96, both of which were made in smaller numbers and neither of which was widely exported.There are thousands of active singles on Date looking to chat right now.Now before I’m inundated with angry comments, I’ll add the disclaimer that these differences are almost entirely based on my own experiences, and naturally cannot be applied to ALL Dutch or Russian women, perhaps 99.9 percent of them but not all.😉So going bravely, where I probably shouldn’t, here in no particular order, are the five differences between Dutch and Russian women.
Please join REEEC in celebrating the end to a great Spring semester and academic year. 25, at 12 PM in 101 International Studies Building (910 S. Lydia Catedral (Ph D Candidate in Linguistics, University of Illinois) will give a lecture entitled "'I just say Russian': Speaking Russian and claiming Russianness among Uzbeks in the United States." All are welcome!