On display in the Victorious Fatherland Liberation War Museum in Pyonyang. Removed from the cellar and can be seen now outside amongst other warbirds.
The aft cabin of the Tu-154.
Classic look of the Queen of the North Korean skies after landing in FNJ. I love the throttle look on this bird that power the 4 big Soloviev D-30 engines. [1400px]
Wide angle of one of Air Koryo's Tu-134's parked on the flight line on a perfect sunny afternoon. [1400px]
The sole Tu-204-300 of the Koryo fleet seen resting while the 'engineers' take a break under the port side wing. [1400px]
The underside cockpit of the IL-76 just after we arrived back in Pyongyang after the amazing experience of flying the frieghter. [1400px]
Koryo 151 ready for engine start for the flight out of the DPRK returning to the modern world and Beijing. [1400px]
Some harsh landings where made with this one.
Somewhere high above North-Korea.
On the ramp at Pyongyang.
On the ramp at Sondok.
Two Soloviev D-30KU's from below.
The lower part of the flightdeck.
Baking in the sun on the Pyongyang ramp.