Photos Technik Museum Sinsheim
Photos Technik Museum Sinsheim

Sinsheim - Tupolev Tu-144D Cockpit

The cockpit of the Tu-144 with the seat and instrument console of the flight engineer on the right

Sinsheim - Tupolev Tu-144D Cockpit

Instruments for the flight engineer, most are used to monitor the four Kolesov RD-36-51 turbojet engines

Sinsheim - Tupolev Tu-144D Cockpit

Switches used by the flight Engineer of the Tu-144 with a raster to avoid accidently flipping a switch

Sinsheim - Tupolev Tu-144D Cockpit

Electrical wiring in the compartment between the cockpit and the passenger cabin of the Tu-144

Sinsheim - Tupolev Tu-144D Door

Small door on the right side of the Tu-144, probably used for loading catering into the aircraft

Sinsheim - Tupolev Tu-144D pilot

Aeroflot pilot wearing a1st Class pilot wings badge and a badge for flying 15000 hours without accidents

Sinsheim - Tupolev Tu-144D light pannel

T-144 light panel used by the cabin crew to operate the cabin lights and other electrical appliances

Sinsheim - Tupolev Tu-144D passengers

Classy Soviet passengers enjoying supersonic flight on the prestigious Tu-144 airliner

Sinsheim - Tupolev Tu-144D seats

The seats in the Tu-144 are almost the same as the seats of a Tupolev Tu-154B that we have flown on some occasions

Sinsheim - Tupolev Tu-144D seats

The orange seats of the Tu-144 that were never occupied during an actual passenger flight

Sinsheim - Tupolev Tu-144D toilet

The on board toilet of the luxurious Tu-144 represents the best of design Soviet design from the 1970s

Sinsheim - Concorde

East versus West, the French/British Concorde together with its Soviet counterpart the Tupolev Tu-144

Sinsheim - Concorde

The Concorde seen with the tail of the Tu-144 on the right, both of these beautiful aircraft are now taken out of service

Sinsheim - Ilyushin Il-14P

Ilyushin Il-14P obtained from the Polish Air Force in 1988 by the Museum and painted in Bulgarian Air Transport colors

Sinsheim - Ilyushin Il-14P

Cabin of the Ilyushin Il-14P that was produced at Khodinka in 1956 and exhibited at Sinsheim since 1988

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