Aircraft, engines and other staff still missing from Museum

Missing things (about 700) will be added... sooner or later. If you know other aircraft not presented in catalogs and in this list, please let me know. Help is also appreciated.

Some aircraft have a brief description or link to related pages.

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Aircraft and designations


  • '02'
  • '04'
  • '06'
  • '1'
  • 2M (incorrectly mentioned)
  • 3MD
  • 3ME
  • 3MN
  • 3MN-2
  • 3MR
  • 3MS
  • 3MS-2
  • 3M-T
  • '7'
  • '8'
  • '9'
  • '11'
  • '14'
  • '19'
  • '20'
  • '21'
  • '22'
  • '23-16'
  • '25'
  • '28'
  • '28' (Myasischev)
  • '29'
  • '32-24'
  • '32-25'
  • '64' (Tupolev)
  • another '65'
  • '66'
  • '66-400'
  • '66-600'
  • another '66'
  • another '68'
  • another '69'
  • '71'
  • '72'
  • '73'
  • '74'
  • '75'
  • '76'
  • '77'
  • another '77'
  • '81'
  • '81T'
  • '82'
  • '83'
  • '85'-TVD
  • '85' tanker
  • '85A'
  • '86'
  • '88'
  • '89'
  • '92'
  • '94'
  • '94R'
  • '95'
  • '96'
  • '102'
  • another '102'
  • '103' (Myasischev)
  • '103M' (Myasischev)
  • '106'
  • '108' (Tupolev supersonic missile carrier project)
  • '120'
  • '127'
  • '135'
  • '130'
  • '131'
  • '140'
  • '140' (Alexeev)
  • '150' (Alexeev)
  • '180'
  • '201' (Myasischev)
  • '201M' (Myasischev)
  • &quit;Project 212" cruise missile, RNII, late 30's.
  • '301' (MiG)
  • &quit;Project 312" cruise missile, RNII, late 30's.
  • '346'
  • '504'
  • '701' (MiG)
  • 976 SKIP
  • '4303'

  • 'A' (Bartini)
  • 'A' (Polikarpov)
  • A-002 autogiro
  • A-5A
  • A-5C
  • A-5K
  • A-5M
  • A-6
  • A-8 tandem
  • A-8 autogiro, the second one was flown on February 19, 1935
  • A-9
  • A-9bis
  • A-10,
  • A-11 by Antonov
  • A-11 'Hamlet' by Aeroprakt
  • A-12
  • A-13
  • A-16 (see here and here)
  • A-17 by Yungerov
  • A-19 by Aeroprakt
  • A-20 by Aeroprakt (here)
  • A-20R912 Sky Cruiser by Aeroprakt (here)
  • A-20SKh by Aeroprakt (here)
  • A-20 'Vista' family (see here)
  • Aeroprakt-22 'Simba' (see here, here, and here)
  • A-24 'Viking' (see here and here)
  • A-26 'Vulcan' (see here, here, and here)
  • A-27M floatplane, 1998, (see here)
  • A-28 (see here)
  • A-30 (see here)
  • A-55
  • A-60 flying laser gun
  • Adnan-1, Baghdad - Iraq ELINT aircraft with Thompson-CSF Tiger-G radar
  • Adnan-2, Adnan-1 conversion for aiming the interceptors against aerial targets
  • Aero-209
  • Agapov's Triplane
  • AIR-4 mech.wing
  • AIR-15
  • AIR-18
  • AIR-19
  • AK
  • AKNERZH-12, light aircraft by S.P.Korolev and S.S.Krichevskij. General layout dated November 12, 1929
  • Amphistar / Xtreme Xplore
  • Amur
  • An-2E WIG conversion
  • An-7X (some info here)
  • An-12BK-IS and An-12BK-PPS
  • An-24V
  • An-24RV
  • An-32P
  • An-70T
  • An-74TK-100
  • An-74TK-100S (An-74TK-10S)
  • An-74TK-100 and An-74TK-200
  • An-124-100
  • An-124-210
  • Angel (Ukraina)
  • Anito-1
  • ANT-11 airsled. Gnome-Lucifer engine
  • ANT-20 (original project) passenger variant of the ANT-16 with four
  • M-35 engines. It was abandoned in favor of the giant 'Maksim Gorkij'
  • ANT-28 (1500km, 15t load, started March 1932)
  • ANT-30 (SK-1) construction started on October 1, 1932. Project cancelled in 1935.
  • ANT-44bis
  • ANT-44D
  • Antoinette
  • Ariel-212
  • ARK-3-2
  • ARK-Z-1
  • ASSAD - ASSOCIATION OF AERO-ENGINE MANUFACTURERS
  • AT-1
  • Aviatika-MAI-890
  • Aviatika-MAI-890A autogiro
  • Aviatika-MAI-890U trainer
  • Aviatika-MAI-890SKh agricultural
  • Aviatika-MAI-900 aerobatic
  • Aviatika-MAI-910 light aircraft
  • Aviatika-MAI-920 glider
  • Aviant, Kiev State Aviation Plant
  • V/O AVIAEXPORT plc
  • Aviavnito-3

  • Baikal (here)
  • BB-22IS
  • Be-10N, here
  • Be-32, here
  • Be-122, here
  • Be-200ChS, check here
  • Be-210, check here
  • Motor-Building Enterprise named for P.I.Baranov.
  • BICh-4 glider (in Slovak)
  • BICh-8 "Triangle" glider (in Slovak)
  • BICh-12 glider (in Slovak)
  • BICh-13 glider (in Slovak)
  • Bisnovat N°6 - unmanned supersonic aircraft, U-400-10 engine by Isaiev. Underc construction in 1946 at Khimki Factory N°293
  • BK-4 'Kaunas',
  • BK-6 'Neringa',
  • 'Blokha' ('Flea')
  • 'Blokha-1'
  • 'Blokha' by Katsura
  • 'Boldyrev'
  • BOK-2
  • BOK-15,
  • BP-1 (TsAGI-1) (here)
  • BP-2, BP-3 - flying wing gliders by V.N.Belyaev, early 30's.
  • BRO-9,
  • BRO-11,
  • BRO-12,
  • BSB
  • BSh-1,
  • 'Budilnik' (Alarm Clock)
  • Burevestnik S-2,
  • Burevestnik S-3,
  • Burevestnik S-4,
    Burevestnik S-5
  • C-prop (Tupolev KB)
  • Chaika-1
  • Che-22/23 (in Slovak)
  • Che-30
  • 'Cherednichenko'
  • Chernyshev Machine-Building Enterprise
  • 'Comet'
  • CS
  • 'D' (Polikarpov)
  • 'D' (Borovkov, Florov)
  • another 'D'
  • D-1 all-metal heavy assault transport, 10*M-34 engines, deadline June 1, 1933;
  • "Delphin" from Kronshtadt
  • DB-240 variants
  • DBSh
  • 'Demkin' (1910)
  • DF-2-195 (Douglas)
  • DG-53bis
  • DG-55
  • DI-6bis
  • DI-6MMSh
  • DI-6Sh
  • DI-6 trainer
  • 'Diskoplan',
  • 'Diskoplan-II',
  • DKL
  • DOSAAF-1950 models,
  • Dubna-4
  • DVB-120DM
  • DVB-202 (see DVB-202 profile in Polsky)
  • another 'E'
  • more 'E'
  • 'E' (Bartini)
  • E-1 (SAVIAT)
  • another E-2
  • one more E-2
  • even more E-2
  • E-3
  • E-4 (SAVIAT)
  • E-5 (SAVIAT)
  • E-6T
  • E-6T-3
  • E-6U
  • E-6UM
  • E-6US
  • E-6V
  • E-7M
  • E-7R
  • E-7SPS
  • E-23
  • E-50A
  • E-66A
  • E-66B
  • E-120 (see it here)
  • E-151
  • E-152A
  • E-152M
  • EA-2 (autogiro, built during February 1931 - May 1932)
  • EA-6 (autogiro, construction March 1932 to July 1933),
  • EF-131
  • another EI
  • EKIP (3 variants)
  • Ekologia (zeppelin),
  • ELA-8, ELA-8M (here)
  • ELA-13 (here)
  • Electron-1 (aircraft by S.P.Korolev built from electron alloy. Design was ready in April 1932)
  • EMAI-1
  • Er-2-ACh-30B
  • Er-2-ACh-30BF
  • Er-2ON
  • Er-2 'carrier'
  • ERA-9 (here)
  • ES-2 (see it here),
  • Eska-1 (see it here),
  • Eska-4 (see it here),
  • EV-4,
  • Ezhik
  • 'Excalibur'

    F-57
    Fanera-2 (Plywood-2)
    Favorite (check here)
    'FP'
    FT-5
    FT-6
    FT-7
    FW-190

    another G-4
    another G-5
    G-9, glider by V.K.Gribovskij, used in 1932 1700km overflight tugged by U-2.
    G-26 single-seat fighter with single-wheel retractable landing gear. P.I.Grokhovskij, B.D.Urpalov
    G-31 (G-3-1) 'Yakov Alksnis', 1934. Troop carrier (20 with gear). Soldiers were lying in the wing. Converted into fuel carrier. Considered as the first in the World assault glider. P.I.Grokhovskij, B.D.Urpalov
  • G-34 ramming fighter (1932)

  • G-37 'Universal Wing'. Project of customizable transport aircraft discussed in September 1932 with the head of VVS RKKA. At the beginning of 1935 M-17 engines were fitted.P.I.Grokhovskij, V.F.Rentel.
    G-63 large glider (B.D.Urpalov, assembled at P.I.Grokhovskij workshop). Project started in the beginning of 1932, in early September transported to Gatchina for trials. Even disassembled, its size was 6mx12m, creating number of complications and delays during transportation. P.I.Grokhovskij participated in trials. Trials ended with a crash (V.A.Stepanchenok). Decision: restore and modify.
    'Helicogiro' (helicoplane) by Vittorio Izakko Jew from Turkey, got education in Belgium, lived in Italy. Invited in 1932 by V.M.Molotov, worked at specially organized BOK NII GVF. Built in 1935.
    'Giant' (Kalinin)
    'Giroplane' (Ekonomov)
    GP-60 (here)
    Machine-Building Design Bureau "GRANIT"
    Gu-37

    I,
    another I
    more I
    I-3P
    I-3U
    I-4 (Izakko)
    I-7D,
    I-7K
    I-7P
    I-9 fighter, abandoned in 1932 due to luck of sufficiently powerful engine.
    I-10 fighter, abandoned in 1932 due to luck of sufficiently powerful engine.
    I-13 fighter with M-32 engine; mixed construction, steel tube frame; had to be presented on State Trials on June 1, 1933, replacement for the I-7
    I-26V
    I-39 (I-LD) Modification of Fokker D-XI/XII for Lorraine-Dietrich 450hp. Flights - early 1929 - july 1929(8?) by I.G.Savin. Satisfactory, but long acception routine resulted in abandonment. (http://airforce.ru/history/chronology/1929.htm)
    I-61,
    I-75F
    I-90 (MiG)
    I-180-1
    I-180-2
    I-180-3
    I-180 series
    I-185-M-90
    I-185-M-81
    I-185-M-82A
    I-185-M-71
    I-207-1
    I-207-2
    I-207-3
    I-207-4
    I-207-M-62
    I-207-M-63
    I-207-M-63R
    I-215D ('Dubler')
    I-301 (Lavochkin)
    I-312T
    I-400
    I-410 (MiG)
    I-500
    I-2000 LFS, MiG (here)
    IGA
    Il-2I (mentioned)
    Il-2U
    Il-4T
    Il-10M
    Il-10U
    Il-12D
    Il-12T
    Il-14D
    Il-14FK
    Il-14G
    Il-14M
    Il-14P
    Il-14-30D
    Il-14Gr
    Il-16 (jet airliner)
    Il-18B
    Il-18V
    Il-18I
    Il-18D
    Il-18DORR
    Il-18E
    Il-18T
    Il-22 command post, also here
    Il-24 reconnaissater, also here
    Il-28 on caterpillar (!)
    Il-28A
    Il-28 drone
    Il-28 'Nuke Carrier'
    Il-28LL
    Il-28P
    Il-28PL
    Il-28R
    Il-28S
    Il-28Sh
    Il-28T
    Il-28 tug
    Il-28U
    Il-28ZA
    Some info on Il-28 variants may be found here

    Il-32
    Il-42
    Il-62M-200
    Il-62MK
    Il-76MF
    Il-76T
    Il-76TD
    Il-76M
    Il-76MD
    Il-76P
    Il-76TP
    Il-76TDP
    Il-76PS
    Il-76MD 'Skalpel'
    Il-76LL
    Il-76K/MDK
    Il-76VKP
    Il-76SK
    Il-82
    Il-87
    Il-96T, also here
    Il-96-300 (here)
    Il-98 (here)
    Il-106 (here)
    Il-114FK (see here)
    Il-114P (see here)
    Il-132 (see here)
    IOP (see IOP profile in Polsky),
    IP-21
    IP-201
    IS-3 (Nikitin-Shevchenko)
    ISh (mentioned)
    'Iskra'
    IT-2
    IT-4
    another 'Ivanov'
    IVS by Lev Golovin model and info here

    One of the most radical rocket aircraft projects was the Soviet "IVS/ISF" ("Army Following Fighter"/"Navy Following Fighter") design. It was proposed by military engineer Lev Golovin in 1941. Evidently, the world's smallest fighter was designed as a part of mobile launcher complex comprising a truck carrier, 5-8 meter launcher, fuel and ammunition stock, a winch and the fighter itself. A crew of three (pilot, mechanic, driver) was to operate this complex. The idea was to provide ships and troops with air cover demanding no special airfields to operate from.


    The IVS specifications were:
  • Length - 3m, span - 1.75m, height - 1.05m,
  • T/O weight - 250-300kg,
  • Top speed - 1,060km/h
  • Ceiling - 7,500m
  • Engine - one L.S.Dushkin liquid-fuel rocket (300kg thrust), assisted during take-off by solid fuel rocket booster(s) (1,000kg thrust).
  • Armament - single 20-mm ShVAK cannon

    Landing equipment comprised the 76 mē parachute and a belly skid absent on the Navy version. Pilot occupied prone position that reduced the g-load and enabled the climb rate of 250m/sec. The project was offered for series production but the VVS authorities rejected the idea of a mobile small interceptor in favor of anti-aircraft artillery.




  • J-7 (China)
  • Jupiter SMNNP




  • 'K'
    another 'K'
    K-9
    K-10
    K-13 built at factory N°18
    Ka-25PL
    Ka-25PS
    Ka-25Sh
    Ka-25ShZ
    Ka-25BT
    Ka-25K
    Ka-27PL
    Ka-30 (airsled, see here)
    Ka-32A1
    Ka-32A2
    Ka-32A11BS
    Ka-32A12
    Ka-32S
    Ka-37 (here and here)
    Ka-33 (here)
    Ka-40 (here)
    Ka-50Sh
    Ka-50-2 'Erdogan'
    Ka-62 (see it here, here, here and here)
  • Ka-64
  • Ka-115 (see here, here, and here)
  • Ka-128
  • KAI-2
  • KAI-6
  • KAI-7
  • KAI-8
  • KAI-9
  • KAI-10
  • KAI-11
  • KAI-12
  • KAI-13
  • KAI-14
  • KAI-15
  • KAI-17
  • KAI-18
  • KAI-19
  • 'Kasatik'
  • Kasyanenko-6
  • KMPO - KAZAN MOTOR-BUILDING PRODUCTION ASSOCIATION JSC

  • 'KD'
    K-1 'Krejser-1' (Cruiser-1) land-based multirole aircraft 2*M-34 engines, deadline March 1, 1934.
    Kh-1 all-steel chemical warfare aircraft, 2*M-34 engines, hAI-18
    KhAI-19
    KhAI-20
    KhAI-22A
    KhAI-24
    KhAI-27
    Kharkov State Aviation Production Enterpris (KhGAPP)
    KIT-1 VTOL (Unicraft model)
    'KL'
    KM (also here)
    'Komarov'
    'Kombain'
    KP
    KPIR-5
    KR-860. Also here.
  • "Krasnaja Zvezda" glider by S.P.Korolev. 1930. World First glider capable to perform airobatics (Stepanchenok)
    'Krechet' (check here and here)
    'Krechet' by MAI-Avgur (check here)
    KSM-1 (Komsomolets-1)
    KTs-20

    La-5 Type 39
    La-5FN-TK
    La-5FN Type 41
    La-5UTI
    La-7-D-10
    La-7-M-71
    La-7TK,
    La-7-ASh-83
    La-9UTI
    La-9RD
    La-17R
    La-120
    La-126PVRD
    La-130
    La-350 'Bouria'
    LAKM-1
    'Leningradets',
  • Leshij
  • LFS (Sukhoj)

  • LIG-5
    LIG-7
    LIG-8
    LIG-10
    LK
    LK-4 (I, II, III, IV)
    LMZ Lukhovitsky Machine-Building Plant (here)
    LNB
    Lun (also here)
  • M-1
  • M-2 (Polikarpov)
  • M-2 (Myasischev)
  • M-4A
  • M-4-2
  • M-12 by Aviakor, high-wing 3-seater
  • M-40 'Bouran',
  • M-44 (parasite supersonic bomber to be carried by M-52),
  • M-70
  • M-90
  • M-112 (here),
  • M-120,
  • M-150 (here),
  • M-201 (here),
  • M-202 (here),
  • M-203 (here),
  • MA
  • MA-1, V.Ya.Krylov et al; See it here
  • MAI-53
  • MAI-60
  • MAI-Kvant,
  • MAK-15 'Golub Mira',
  • 'Malutka' rocket-fighter by N.N.Polikarpov (here)
  • 'Mars'
  • MB-1
  • MBR-2 variants
  • MDR-6 variants (mentioned)
  • MDR-7 (Samsonov),
  • Merkur (Dornier)
  • Mi-1NKh
  • Mi-1U
  • Mi-1T
  • Mi-1 paramedic
  • Mi-1 'Moskvich'
  • Mi-1 farmer
  • Mi-1P on floats
  • Mi-2T
  • Mi-2R
  • Mi-2UPN
  • Mi-2URP
  • Mi-2US
  • Mi-2KM
  • Mi-2M
  • Mi-2A
  • PZL-Swidnik 'Kania'
  • Mi-3 (see here)
  • Mi-4A
  • Mi-4S
  • Mi-4PS
  • Mi-4M
  • Mi-4ME
  • Mi-4T
  • Mi-4AB
  • Mi-4 minesweeper
  • Mi-4 radio communication center
  • Mi-4 jammer station
  • Mi-4 paramedic and flying emergency room
  • Mi-4P
  • Mi-4SKh
  • Mi-4L firefighter
  • Mi-8T
  • Mi-8P
  • Mi-8TG
  • Mi-8VPS 'Salon'
  • Mi-8TV
  • Mi-8SMV
  • Mi-8PPA
  • Mi-8MT
  • Mi-8PP
  • Mi-8MTV-2
  • Mi-8MTV-3
  • Mi-8AMTSh
  • Mi-8MTKO
  • Mi-12M (see here)
  • Mi-14PL
  • Mi-14PW
  • Mi-14PS
  • Mi-14BT
  • Mi-14 'Eliminator' firefighter
  • Mi-14P
  • Mi-17P
  • Mi-17 'Salon'
  • Mi-17M
  • Mi-17-1V
  • Mi-17 EcoLab
  • Mi-17 Firefighter
  • Mi-17KF (here and here)
  • Mi-17PL ECM jammer
  • Mi-17MDF (here)
  • Mi-17MD (here)
  • Mi-17-1V
  • Mi-18 (see here, here and here)
  • Mi-19 (here)
  • Mi-20 (see here)
  • Mi-22 (see here)
  • Mi-24U
  • Mi-24B
  • Mi-24DU
  • Mi-24K
  • Mi-24M
  • Mi-24R
  • Mi-24BMT
  • Mi-24VM (also here and here)
  • Mi-24KhR
  • Mi-24L
  • Mi-24PS
  • Mi-24RKhR
  • Mi-26A (here)
  • Mi-26K (here)
  • Mi-26P (here)
  • Mi-26T (here)
  • Mi-26TM (here)
  • Mi-26TZ (here)
  • Mi-26TS (here)
  • Mi-26M (here)
  • Mi-27 (here)
  • Mi-28A
  • Mi-28N (also here)
  • Mi-30 (see here)
  • Mi-32 (see here)
  • Mi-34A
  • Mi-34VAZ
  • Mi-34P
  • Mi-34S
  • Mi-34M combat version
  • Mi-35M
  • Mi-35P
  • Mi-36 (see here)
  • Mi-38 (see here, here, and here)
  • Mi-40 (see here)
  • Mi-42 (see here)
  • Mi-44 (see here)
  • Mi-46 (see here)
  • Mi-52 (see here)
  • Mi-54 (see here)
  • Mi-58 (see here)
  • Mi-60MAI (see here)
  • Mi-171 (here)
  • Mi-171VA (here)
  • Mi-172 (here)
  • MiG-3D,
  • MiG-3DD,
  • MiG-4 (see MiG-4 profile in Polsky),
  • MiG-6,
  • MiG-9B,
  • MiG-9FF,
  • MiG-9L,
  • MiG-9PB,
  • MiG-15bisF,
  • MiG-15bisP,
  • MiG-15bisR (MiG-15Rbis),
  • MiG-15bisS,
  • MiG-15bisSB,
  • MiG-15bisF,
  • MiG-15T,
  • MiG-15U,
  • MiG-17A
  • MiG-17P (mentioned)
  • MiG-17PFU (mentioned)
  • MiG-17PM
  • MiG-17SA
  • MiG-19P (mentioned)
  • MiG-19PF (mentioned)
  • MiG-19PG
  • MiG-19PM Farmer-D (also here)
  • MiG-19PML
  • MiG-19PN
  • MiG-19PU
  • MiG-19R
  • MiG-19S Farmer-C,
  • MiG-19SF
  • MiG-19SU
  • MiG-19SV
  • MiG-21bisT
  • MiG-21DPD
  • MiG-21L
  • MiG-21M
  • MiG-21PF-2
  • MiG-21PF-SPS
  • MiG-21PFV
  • MiG-21R
  • MiG-21RF Fishbed-H
  • MiG-21S
  • MiG-21Sh
  • MiG-21Sht
  • MiG-21SMT
  • MiG-21SM
  • MiG-21U
  • MiG-23B
  • MiG-23BM
  • MiG-23BN
  • MiG-23DPD (MiG-23PD)
  • MiG-23M
  • MiG-23M(E)
  • MiG-23MF
  • MiG-23ML
  • MiG-23MLD
  • MiG-23S
  • MiG-23SM
  • MiG-23UB
  • MiG-23-98
  • MiG-23UM
  • MiG-25BM radar killer
  • MiG-25M (E-266M) experimental with R-15BF2-300 engines
  • MiG-25MP (E-155MP, "83") 2-seater interceptor, transitional to MiG-31
  • MiG-25P (mentioned at MiG-25 page)
  • MiG-25PA (E-155A) interceptor project
  • MiG-25PDS MiG-25PD upgrade (1979)
  • MiG-25PDSL flying laboratory
  • MiG-25PD (mentioned at MiG-25 page)
  • MiG-25PD export variant
  • MiG-25PD with refueling probe
  • MiG-25PU (mentioned at MiG-25 page)
  • MiG-25PU-SOTN flying laboratory "Buran" "22"
  • MiG-25R
  • MiG-25RBK flying laboratory "Buran" "02"
  • MiG-25RU
  • MiG-25RU flying laboratory "Buran" "01"
  • MiG-27D
  • MiG-27K
  • MiG-27M
  • MiG-29SM
  • MiG-29SMT-2
  • MiG-35 (here)
  • MiG-115 (here)
  • MiG-125 (here)
  • 'Miitovets'
  • MM-1,
  • MMSh-M-81 (variant of the LBSh attacker)
  • Molniya-2,
  • Molniya-3,
  • Molniya-5,
  • Molniya-300
  • Molniya-338
  • Motorostroitel - Samara
  • 'Moskit'
  • Motor-Sich JSC
  • another MP (V.V.Nikitin, 1937)
  • MP-1bis
  • MP-1T
  • MP-2
  • MP-7
  • another MPI
  • MTB-3
  • another MU-2
  • MV


    Nelly
    Nieuport-I experimental
    Nieuport-II trainer
    Nieuport-III trainer
    Nieuport-IV variants
    Nieuport-XII
    Nieuport-XVI
    Nieuport-XVII
    Nieuport-XVIII
    Nieuport-XXI
    Nieuport-XXIII
    Nieuport-XXIV
    Nieuport-XXIVbis
    NIAI-4
    NVA-3
    NVA-30P
    NVA-60P
    NVA-120GP

  • OIIMF-1
  • OIIMF-2
  • OKA-1
  • OKA-3
  • OKA-6
  • OKO-1
  • 'Oktiabrionok'
  • another 'Oktiabrionok'
  • another 'Omega'
  • Orlionok
  • OSO-1
  • Ovod (also here)



  • 'P'
    another 'P'
    P-3 (in 3 variants, transitional trainer)
    P-5 (mentioned)
    P-5A
    P-47,
    P-Z (mentioned)
    PAI-6,
    PAI-7,
    PB-1
    PBSh-1
    PBSh-2
    Phoenix OKB
    PI
    'Pleskov'
    PM
    very different PM-1
    Po-2 on caterpillars
    Po-2PP
    Po-2 trainer
    Po-2 ambulance
    Po-2A agricultural
    Po-2L passenger
  • "Poisk" (mentioned here), single-seat technology demonstrator for MiG-TA-4
  • Polibol (here)
  • POLYOT PRODUCTION COMPANY
  • "P.P.Postyshev" glider. See it (here)
  • PR-12 (mentioned)
  • PS-4
  • PS-7
  • PS-30
  • PS-43
  • PS-124

  • PSN - Assault glider (Planer Spetsialnogo Naznachenija) by N.G.Mikhelson, V.V.Nikitin. 1937, 10 built.
    PSN-2 - Assault glider (Planer Spetsialnogo Naznachenija) by M.M.Efimov, V.V.Nikitin. 1937, flown, no production
    PT-AM-34NB (mentioned)

  • 'R' (Bartini) (here)
  • R-01
  • R-02
  • R-5 with Jumo diesel
  • R-5Sh (mentioned)
  • R-5 V-tail
  • R-6 passenger
  • R-6 limo
  • R-02 'Robert'
  • R-50 'Robert'
  • R-57-AL
  • R-114 rocket interceptor project (here)
  • RAF-2
  • R-AL
  • RAS liquid-fuel rocket. RNII, 1940 .
  • R-Z improved for records, 1937 . V.V.Nikitin.
  • RDD liquid-fuel rocket. RNII, 1940.
  • RD-VV
  • RG-1
  • RIIGA-1
  • RIIGA-2
  • RIIGA-3
  • RIIGA-50
  • Riga-50M
  • RK 2*ASh-62
  • another 'RK'
  • more 'RK'
  • RMK-1
  • Ronata
  • Phoenix OKB
  • Russian Regional Jet project RRJ, also here
  • RSS-52 (combo of M-52 and M-44),
  • RV-23,
  • R-Z variants

    S
    another S-1
    S-2 (Polikarpov)
    S-2 floatplane
    S-3 (Polikarpov)
    S-16 (Sukhoj)
    S-21 (Sukhoj)
    S-XXI suborbital spacecraft for tourists (Myasischev KB)
    S-32,
    S-43 (I.I.Sikorsky)
    S-54 (here)
    S-55 (here)
    S-82 (Sukhoj),
    S-82 (Pashinin)
    S-90
    S-90-8
    S-90-200
    S-96 (here)
    S.102
    S.103
    S.104
    S.105
    S-302 (check here)
    S-400 (check here)
    SA-20P
    SAM-1
    SAM-3
    SAM-12
    SAM-14
    SAM-16
    SAM-18
    SAM-19
    SAM-22
    SAM-23
    SAM-24
    SAM-25
    SAM-26
    SAM-27
    SAM-28
    SAM-29
    Scientific-Production Corporation
    Special Aviation Technologies JSC (SAT `SAVIAT')
    Samara Machine-Building Design Bureau)
    Saratov Aviation Plant JSC (SAZ)
    SB tricycle
    SB (P.O.Sukhoj, see SB profile in Polsky),
    S.Ch. 'Dzerzhinski'
    SD-UPB
    SEN
    Sever-2 airsled (here)
    Sh-2 (variant of the LBSh attacker)
    Sh-3
    Sh-7
    Sh-13
    Sh-16,
    Sh-18,
    'Shmel' (UAV)
    ShBM
    SI-10
    SK,
    SK-1 (ANT-30) construction started on October 1, 1932. Project cancelled in 1935.
    SK-6 (S.P.Korolev, glider, electron parts, built April 1932)
    SK-7
    SK-8p, S.P.Korolev glider (sailplane), ready for assembly on January 23, 1935
    SKF
    SKh-1
    SL-39 (VM-1 and VM-2), here
    SL-90
    SM
    SM-2
    SM-2P7
    SM-3
    SM-4
    SM-5
    SM-6
    SM-8
    SM-9
    SM-10
    SM-11
    SM-12PMU
    SM-92P
    SM-94 by Technoavia, also here
    Smolensk Aircraft Plant PLC (SmAZ)
    "Sokol" Nizhny Novgorod Aircraft Manufacturing Plant JSC
    'Sopka'
    SP (U-2 variant),
    SP-7
    SP-7F
    SP-55M by Technoavia (Also here)
    Spasatel
    SPL
    SPS-89
    SS
    ST
    ST-2,
    ST-5,
    ST-7,
    'Stal-3'
    'Stal-5' (here)
    'Stal-5 maket'
    'Stal-MAI'
    STI-1
    Strizh
    Strizh M
    'Strela'
  • Strela Production Association

  • Strekoza VEK

  • another Su-13,
    Su-25UTG - naval trainer version
    Su-27K - naval version
    Su-27M
    Su-30MKI - export variant for India
    Su-31X (AEROBATIC DISPLAYS)
    Su-36
    Su-49 here
    Su-54
    SV,
    Sverchok-1 (Cricket-1)

    'T' (Polikarpov)
    T-21, (Khrunichev State Research And Production Center), see here.
    T-60,
    T-60S,
    T-101 'Gratch' (here)
    T-107
    T-108
    T-117A
    T-117G
    T-117lux
    T-117S
    T-200
    T-201 (here)
    T-203 by R.L.Bartini
    T-208 (here)
    T-210
    T-230 (here)
    T-401
    T-401B
    T-401P
    T-402
    T-404
    T-417 (here)
    T-420 (here)
    T-421 (here)
    T-430
    T-433
    T-434
    T-433 'Flamingo'
    T-435
    T-421 (here)
    T-501 'Strizh' (Swift)
    T-504 'Borets' (Wrestler)
    T-602 'Oriol' (Eagle)
    T-610 'Voyage'
    T-910 'Courier'
    Ta-1 'Taran' ('Ramming attack')
    TB-3 variants,
    TBR-1
    Tellier (French flying boat)
    TIS(MA)
    TR-2 'Komsomolets',
    Trainer by A.N.Pavlov
    'Tri Druga' (Three Friends)
    Ts-25
    Ts-25M
    TsAGI-A-8
    TsAGI-A-12
    TsAGI-A-13
    TsAGI-A-14
    TsAGI-A-15
    TSh
    TsKB-11Sh
    TsKB-25
    TsKB-38
    TsKB-43
    TsKB-65
    Tu-4LL
    Tu-4T
    Tu-14T
    Tu-22 (first with this designation),
    Tu-24SKh,
    Tu-34(here)
    Tu-100 (supersonic parasite bomber),
    Tu-121
    Tu-123 'Yastreb' (Hawk) (here)
    Tu-130 (here)
    Tu-134M upgrade with D-436T engines (year 2000)
  • Tu-136 (here)
  • Tu-139 Yastreb-2 reconnaissance drone
  • Tu-141 'Strizh' (Swift) (here)
  • Tu-144D
  • Tu-144LL
  • Tu-145,
    Tu-154-200 with NK-93 engine
    Tu-154 with NK-8-24 engine
    Tu-154A
    Tu-154B, Tu-154B-1 and Tu-154B-2
    Tu-154B VIP 'Salon'
    LL-154 cosmonaut 0g trainer
    Tu-154K
    Tu-154LL 'Buran' autopilot/landing system testing platform
    Tu-154M here
    Tu-154M-2
    Tu-154M-100
    Tu-154M 'Daimler-Benz'
    Tu-154MD reconnaissater version
    Tu-154M-LK-1 Head Of State service
    Tu-154M-ON
    Tu-154M VIP 'Salon'
    Tu-154R reconnaissater version (China)
    Tu-154S special cargo carrier (here)
    Tu-154Ts cargo plane
    Tu-156 (cryogenic fuel, NK-89 engines) (here)
    Tu-160SK
    Tu-164, Tu-1X4 with D-30KU turbofans
    Tu-201
    Tu-204-100
    Tu-204C-120
  • Tu-204-230
  • Tu-204-320
  • Tu-204K
  • Tu-204P

  • Tu-206
    Tu-216
    Tu-224
    Tu-230
    Tu-338
    Tu-243 'Reis-D' (Cruise-D) (here)
    Tu-244
    Tu-245,
    Tu-304
    Tu-306
    Tu-336
    Tu-338,
    Tu-354
    Tu-414,
    Tu-2000
    Type 11
    Tushino Machine-Building Plant Ltd (TMZ)

    U,
    U-2 GAZ-avia
    U-2GN
    U-2 'Krasnyj Letchik'
    U-2 limousine
    U-2 (thick wing)
    U-2LSh
    U-2L
    U-2M
    U-2-M-12
    U-2NAK
    U-2P
    U-2PP
    U-2ShS
    U-2VS
    U-2VG
    UIl-2
    UIl-10
    UM-2
    many other U-2 variants
    U-3bis wooden, mech.wing, M-48 engine, deadline - May 1 1933
    U-4 O.K.Antonov pre-war glider
    U-6 O.K.Antonov pre-war glider
  • Ufa Engine Industrial Association JSC (UMPO)

  • Ulan-Ude Aviation Plant JSC (UUAP)

  • UK-1
    UK-1A
    ULA-9
    UPe-2
    UPO-22
    UT
    UT-15,
    UTB-2 (mentioned)
    UTIMiG-9
    UTIMiG-15
    UTIMiG-15P

    SSSR V-1 (zeppelin, first flown April 11 1932)
    SSSR V-2 'Smolnyj'
    SSSR V-3 'Red Star'
    V-4 (rebuilt UK-4 'Komsomolskaya Pravda' of 1930, first flown April 2, 1932. In 1934 became SSSR V-4)
    V-5 (see here)
    V-5, V-6 ('semi-hard' zeppelins, built at Dolgoprudnyj 'Dirizhablestroj' in May 1932, with participation of Umberto Nobile and his construction team)
    V-7
    V-16 (see here)
    V-24
    VA-3/48 'Dnepr',
    Valtee V-11
    Vega-1,
    Vega-2
    VG-2 helicopter, deadline July 1, 1932
    Vikhr-1,
    Vityaz (by Molnia) (here)
    Vnuk Oktiabria,
    VO-4
    Volga-2 WIG, also here
    VOM-1
    Voronezh Aviation Production Association JSC (VAPO)
    VS-2
    VSI
    'Vysokij Put' ('High Path')- twin-tailboom aircraft made of electron alloy, project by S.P.Korolev, June 10 1932

    Many WIGs

    Ya-19
    Yak-3-VK-107A,
    Yak-3-VK-108,
    Yak-3-VK-107A,
    Yak-3R,
    Yak-3RD (mentioned),
    Yak-3U,
    Yak-3U-ASh-82FN,
    Yak-3UTI
    Yak-5,
    Yak-7-37,
    Yak-7-M-82
    Yak-7B,
    Yak-7B-GK,
    Yak-7DI,
    Yak-7PD,
    Yak-7R,
    Yak-7V
    Yak-9 'Curier',
    Yak-9B (mentioned),
    Yak-9D (mentioned),
    Yak-9DD,
    Yak-9L,
    Yak-9M
    Yak-9-M-106-1sk,
    Yak-9 MPVO,
    Yak-9P,
    Yak-9PD,
    Yak-9R,
    Yak-9T (mentioned),
    Yak-9U (mentioned),
    Yak-9U-VK-107A,
    Yak-9V
    Yak-10G,
    Yak-10S,
    Yak-10V
    Yak-11U,
    Yak-12A,
    Yak-12B,
    Yak-12GR,
    Yak-12M,
    Yak-12R,
    Yak-12S,
    Yak-12SKh
    Yak-17UTI
    Yak-23UTI
    another Yak-25
    Yak-27K
    Yak-42D,
    Yak-35
    Yak-55M
    Yak-112
    'Yamal',
    Ye-6T,
    Ye-6U,
    Ye-6UM,
    Ye-6US,
    Ye-6V,
    Ye-7M,
    Ye-7R,
    Ye-7SPS
    Ye-8 (Glider)
    Ye-50A
    Ye-66A,
    Ye-66B
    Ye-152A
    Ye-152M

    Zherebtsov Helicopter,
    Zlatoust 'Malysh'
    Zveno-1A
    Zveno-2
    Zveno-3
    Zveno-5
    Zveno-6
    Zveno-7

    Engines


  • AI-22
  • AI-30
  • AI-222
  • AI-450

  • AL-32

  • AL-34

  • AL-37

  • AL-41

  • AL-55

  • D-100

  • D-110
  • D-112
  • D-127, Progress (Ivchenko) D-127
  • Progress (Ivchenko) D-136
  • D-200 (VAZ)
  • D-236

  • D-277

  • D-436 family

  • D-627

  • D-727
  • DV-12

  • GTD-1
    GTD-5, -5M
  • GTE-400

  • GTP-0.5

  • FED X-shaped (4-row) experimental engine, FED stays for Feliks Edmundovich Dzerzhinski
  • NK-144, NK-22, NK-25

  • NK-86

  • NK-87
  • NK-89
  • OR-2 early rocket engine by F.A.Tsander, planned to propell BICh-11 flying wing.

  • PK-6
    PK-100
    PK-206
    PT-6 steam turbine, under development at KhAI (B.T.Tsvetkov) in 1932, intended for ANT-20.
    R-25-300
    R-28V-300
    R-123-300
    R-126-300
    R-127-300
    R-195-300
    RBVZ-6
    RD-38
  • RD-600

  • RD-1700
  • RDA-1-150, RNII 1939

  • RDA-1-300, RNII 1940

  • RDA-1-1100, RNII 1941

  • RMZ-320

  • TV-3,
    TV-116-300
  • TV-128-300

  • TVA-3000

  • TVD-50

  • TV-D-100
  • TVD-1500, Rybinsk TVD-1500 (RD-600)
  • TV-O-100, Omsk TV-O-100
  • TV-O-100-300
  • VD-5
  • VK(S)-800
  • VK-1500

  • VSU-10

    Guns


    2A42
    9-A-768
    UPK-23-50
    and many more...

    Missiles

  • 9M313 Igla (SA-16 Gimlet)
  • Kh-25MP (MPU)
  • Kh-25 (AS-12 Kegler)
  • 9M14 Malutka (AT-3 Sagger)
  • 9M17 Skorpion (AT-2 Swatter)
  • 'Shturm-B'
  • and many more...