HISTORY

Liveries
Without big differences with the previous livery, this one was the definitive image of the TU-144.
All commercial flights were performed in full Aeroflot colours.

Year Customer
1975 Aeroflot - Soviet Airlines (serial production)
Aircraft Illustration
CCCP-77144
CCCP-77106
CCCP-77107
CCCP-77108
CCCP-77109
CCCP-77110
CCCP-77111
CCCP-77112
CCCP-77113
CCCP-77114
CCCP-77115

Copyright Simon Glancey-2004 - www.neaa.co.uk - www.wwrgallery.co.uk
Place and date Picture
Moscow,
August 1999

Copyright Ola Carlsson-1999
Variants Details
Until CCCP-77108 the arrow at the beginning of the blue stripe only was representing the letters “Ty” instead of “Ty-144”.
CCCP-77114 had the number “101” in the arrow at the beginning of the blue stripe.
CCCP-77112 is on display at Sinsheim only with the Aeroflot logo.
After the restoration of 2007 the upper of the nose of the CCCP-77115 was not painted in black and a different font was used in the name “Aeroflot”.
When aircraft CCCP-77107 was moved to the centre of Kazan, was repainted without the name “Aeroflot” and the logo of the company.