|Aircraft Number 06-2|
|Production Model||TU-144D “004D”|
|Maiden Flight||27th April 1978 : Voronezh, USSR.|
|Registration History||Registered CCCP-77111 to Aeroflot - Soviet Airlines.|
|Total Flights||5 flights.|
|Total Flight Hours||9 hours, 2 minutes.|
|Current Usage||Crashed May 23, 1978 at Yegoryevsk and scrapped.|
This aircraft was being used to test the new route Moscow - Khabarovsk before she was delivered to Aeroflot. Works developed with CCCP-77105 demonstrated that this range was possible with TU-144D.
CCCP-77111 was the first serial plane of the model TU-144D powered with Kolesov RD-36-51A engines.
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|An aerial picture of the field where the aircraft 06-2 performed a crash landing. As result of the later fire the fuselage was completely consumed by the fire causing the entire loss of the plane.|