The last flyable IL-14P built in Dresden, Germany. Picture taken on Gorelovo airfield outside St. Petersburg on the 22. February 2016 (C) Eilif Monrad-Krohn
The last flyable IL-14P built in Dresden, Germany. Picture taken on Gorelovo airfield outside St. Petersburg on the 22. February 2016 (C) Eilif Monrad-Krohn
The last flyable IL-14P built in Dresden, Germany. Picture taken outside St. Petersburg on the 22. February 2016 (C) Eilif Monrad-Krohn
The last flyable IL-14P built in Dresden, Germany. Picture taken outside St. Petersburg on the 22. February 2016 (C) Eilif Monrad-Krohn

The dream is to keep her flying! She is the last one of this kind that can fly, and Alexander, the owner is fighting to achieve this dream.

 

She was build in Dresden, Germany in 1959. An Iljushin 14P,  passenger version, with a long history of service throughout the former east block countries. Her nickname was "Soviet Union", but now mostly just "Ilya" is used. Please see the blog below in German (or select another language) 

 

Further pages can be under these links, or in the menu above:

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Ilya ist so gut wie lange nicht, aber die Zeit läuft bald aus...

18. Sep 2018
Ilya mit Seitenruder 6. Sept. 2018
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27. Mai 2018
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....es geht trotzdem weiter.

10. Apr 2018
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Eilif und Alexander in der Cockpit "Soviet Union"
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