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    The Soviet aircraft industry will take part in the 28th international aeronautics and space salon opening in Paris at the end of May.

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    The Soviet aircraft industry will take part in the 28th international aeronautics and space salon opening in Paris at the end of May.

    Among the 11 craft in the Soviet exhibition, five are for long and short-range flights and there are helicopters.

    Before taking off for Paris, they were inspected by Deputy Minister of the Aviation Industry Vasily Kozakov at Sheremetyevo International Airport.

    The Be-30 is a new machine for natural surface airstripe, It's completing tests before joining domestic airlines, replacing the famous AN-2.

    The bureau under General Designer Oleg Antonov is famous for its transport planes.

    The AN-26t is its latest product. Though ensembling the AN-24, it has many improvements.

    The YaK-40 has made high speed, economy, and comfort possible on short lines.

    The three turbofan engines in the tail don't disturb the passengers with their num.

    Two new planes have seats for 40 and for 8 passengers.

    The Mi-8 is a transport helicopter, quite modern, and equipped with a turboshaft engine.

    It lifts a load of 4,000 kilograms.

    Freight that can't be kept inside the hung on below.

    There are tip-over seats along the sides for 24 passengers.

    The pilots demonstrated their planes.

    This one, the TU-134, is for passenger traffic within a range of 500 to 3,200 kilometers. It's aerodynamic in form and has two powerful, but economic engines, allowing a speed between 850 and 920 kilometers per hour.

    The Be-30 needs only a short take-off strip. With two turbofan engines, its speed is 480 kilometers per hour.

    The wings, high above the fuselage, allow the 15 passengers a perfectly clear view.

    Intended for natural surface airstrips, the YaK-40 needs only 1,000 meters for taking off.

    its speed is 700 kilometers per hour.

    The Mi-8 helicopter services lines up to 300 kilometers long. Its level is low, for landing in communities.

    This helicopter, the Ka-26 is being demonstrated in a geological model, built for flying tound-the-clock. It's equipped with modern radio navigating instruments.

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    Film ID:
    VLVABFFXYLXAP5Z2BZJAOFK1PGHMK
    Media URN:
    VLVABFFXYLXAP5Z2BZJAOFK1PGHMK
    Group:
    Reuters - Source to be Verified
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    31/05/1969
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration:
    00:04:44:00
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    Canister:
    N/A

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