Archive for March, 2008

Kyrgyzstan Tu-134

Kyrgyzstan Air Company is a small airline with only six aircrafts. There is one Tupolev Tu-134. Card’s languages are English and Russian with some labels in Kyrgyz.

Format: Card

The only Kyrgyzstan’s Tu-134 was lost due to an accident at the Osh airport on December 28, 2011. During landing, the aircraft fell on the runway and was destroyed by fire. There were 73 passengers on board but luckily no casualties were reported. The accident was caused by thick fog at the airport.Kyrgyzstan Air Tupolev Tu-134 safety card
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Malev Fokker 70

Malev Hungarian Airlines have 5 twin engine Fokker 70 jets. They serve European routes. The card has labels in Hungarian, English, German and Russian. It’s 2005 edition.

Format: Card

Condition: Excellent

Notes: 2005 edition

Malev Fokker 70 Safety Card

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Unknown Boeing 737-200

This safety card has no airline name but I think it belongs to Esen Air, an airline based in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.

Format: Card

Condition: Not too good

Notes: Jammed

Boeing 737 Safety Card

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