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This pattern would continue for the rest of the trip, as it seems that breakfast, lunch and dinner times are THE most important items on the itinerary each day for Olga - however much we told her that we didn't mind missing a meal or two. Back to the airport in the afternoon and we are allowed access to the Atran cargo ramp. This turns out to be a real bonus as no one has been allowed there for at least four years due to its close proximity to the taxiway and runway. The glorious sight of six Ans awaited us, with two looking like they have become spares sources for the other four immaculate examples. The game of trying to shoot the front row while keeping out of the way of taxiing airliners or some captain reporting us to ATC became comedic as we were herded back and forth in between movements.
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In amongst these majestic classics were a pair of Ils which have been here for at least four years. It would be most interesting to see how this is kitted out inside and, if airframes could talk, I bet it would reveal some really interesting stories. All in all, a superb day and first visit from my point of view. However, the economy in the West has affected the Russian airliner industry in unexpected ways as, with so many Western airlines withdrawing aircraft, manufactures have offered these surplus airliners at bargain basement prices with numerous Russian airlines ditching their once proud aviation industry for these cheaper, more efficient aircraft.
Companies like Transero and S7 are now using mostly Western aircraft with only a couple of examples of Soviet built aircraft left in service. Our next stop would be the far off region of Siberia which required an overnight flight. I'd like to thank the extremely accommodating staff at Domodedovo for an excellent insight to this exciting airport which is an aviation photographers heaven. It would be interesting to see what had changed here since I visited last year regarding the stored Ils and Tus parked on the grass as I had seen many reports of aircraft being scrapped. First things first though as we would have to get airside passes and transit security via the staff and crew area in the terminal.
We were early naturally, as Olga always makes sure we are in place well before time, so we spent time hanging around the entrance and making it look scruffy while the beautiful people of Moscow strutted by. After 15 minutes we were greeted by a young lady in high-heels who introduced herself as our escort on the ramp. She was someone that none of us had seen before and we later learned that the usual staff that take us airside no longer worked at the airport. This was the first sign of trouble ahead as Steve and Olga have built up a very good relationship with the old staff, and they knew exactly what we could do and let us get on with the job.
It was time to start all that from scratch as we were about to find out. We alighted the bus airside but Steve was not allowed to get into the front cab with the driver, which is what usually happens. When this happens Steve can direct the driver where to stop, as the cab and the passenger part of the bus has no way to communicate between the two. Steve tried to explain that it would be easier if he rode up front, but he was greeted with a simple "no that is not allowed. We trundled off towards the maintenance ramp on the northwest side of the airport which is our usual first stop to take photos. There were lots of interesting aircraft on that ramp as usual but, as the bus got to the extreme north of the ramp, it simply continued on which caused lots of quizzical looks between us.
We continued on towards the business jet ramp at the extreme end of the airport which we already knew was out of bounds to us as photographers, but as were were here may as well shoot a few out of the window.
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