Fokker F.27-200 G-BAUR
(c/n 10225) of Air Anglia in 1979 (I think) at Schiphol (EHAM).
Its career went as follows: to MSA (9M-AMI, rr 9V-BAP),
Fokker Services (PH-FEP), Air Anglia (G-BAUR),
KLM Cityhopper UK (G-BAUR), bmi British Midlands (G-BAUR), FlyBE (G-BAUR).
C/n 10225 was parted out and used as a firetrainer at Exeter. History by ATDB-aero
CL-44 EI-BGO (c/n 9) 'City of Dublin', of Aer Turas at Amsterdam IAP Schiphol in 1981.
It also operated for Loftleidir (TF-LLH), Cargolux (TF-LLH), Aero Uruguay (TF-LLH), Bab-el-Mandeb
Airlines (TF-LLH) but was scrapped at Dublin in 1986 after Aer Turas (EI-BGO) retired it. [History by ATDB]
Ilyushin IL-18V SP-LSD (c/n 184007102) of LOT Polish Airlines at Amsterdam's Schiphol (SPL) in 1981
ATDB (april 2017): 'Preserved near Koscielec as restaurant 'Odlot', at 50 54 22 N 19 12 27 E
Moved in 1999 from Podlaski, Kruszyna where it was also used as restaurant 'Odlot') - in Poland.
On Airliners.net I found a 2015 photo of the restaurant interior. And the IL-18 is still there on Google Earth (2016)
This shows under what kind of miserable conditions I made the trek for plane spotting anyway!
Antonov An-12 CCCP-11527 (c/n 02348208) Aeroflot at Amsterdam (EHAM, runway 06) in Oct.1979
This An-12 was later reregistered to RA-11527, operated for Pulkovo Aviation Enterprise and leased
by Pulkovo Avn. Ent. out for a while to Voar Airlines.
Anno 2017 it seems to be stored somewhere
I was soon corrected by Eduard Sorokin: "Our Russian sources (russianplanes.net
site, which serves as some
sort of observer of our current national aircraft register) state that this particular plane was written off in 1996
as RA-11527, stored for some time, and from 1997 it has the 'Scrapped' status!
Exact date and place of scrapping are unknown though.
I feel sure, this is true information. So, you could correct the information on your site."
Antonov An-12B CCCP-11105 (c/n 01347801) Aeroflot at Amsterdam (EHAM/SPL) in 1981.
And another An-12 that went from Aeroflot to
Pulkovo Aviation Enterprise (RA-11105).
Its status anno 2017
is 'derelict / parted out at St.Petersburg (LED)' - ATDB.aero
(c/n 1347710) at Amsterdam (SPL) in February 1979
Fate struck for this Antonov and its 6 occupants: Aeroflot flight 1531 departed Sofia on a flight to Kabul with intermediate stops at Mineralnye Vody and Tashkent. On the last leg of the flight, while on approach to Kabul,
the crew descended below minimum safe altitude in poor weather. The An-12 crashed into Mount VaIsi-Karnibaba.
The wreck was located November 4, 1980. All 6 occupants lost thier lives in the crash. (ASN database).
Anotonov An-12B CCCP-1117
(c/n 2348202) at Schiphol on 11Jan1980
It was rereg'd LZ-PVL for Global Air but perhaps that was not taken up; then reregistered RA-11127
for Pulkovo Aviation Enterprise.
It has since been scrapped ( - ATDB.aero)
An-12BP CCCP-12999 (c/n 1347701), seen at Schiphol april 1979.
Amazing to see it anno june 2017 still around & active! The history from ATDB.aero database:
CCCP-12999 Aeroflot, leased to Balkan-Bulgarian Airlines (CCCP-12999),
for Ural Airlines it was reg'd RA-12999,
it went on to Azerbaijan as 4K-12999,
then became LZ-VEB for Cargo Air, was leased as such by Scorpion Air,
became UN-11019 for Jupiter Jet, which at some point reregistered it as UP-AN212, and as EW-435TI
it is present at the moment for Grodno Aviakompania (from Belarus).