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Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev's historic personal plane found rotting in ghostly Arctic aircraft graveyard

The rusting twin-engine Ilyushin Il-14P was found in Chersky, north Russia A photo shows Cold War tsar Khrushchev with the plane in the late 1950s It lies among other relics of Soviet aviation in the polar village's plane cemetery Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev's historic personal plane has been found rotting in an aircraft graveyard in the Arctic. The rusting twin-engine Ilyushin Il-14P, which he flew after succeeding Stalin in the Kremlin, was located in Chersky, in the north of… ( More...

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sharon bias 1
Kind of sad. Those old aircraft belong in museums because they can be fairly rare.


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