The other song with real lyrics and singing verses, as for misery, almost topples over itself in its own somnambulence. And after all that ending with the multiple self-recordings of the Tupolev Choir acapella, where obviously the band itself loses words to describe what is going on and falls into the theoretical trap of seeing the vocals as just another instrument from the opposite side. Sounds as if Tupolev are carving out their own unique musical niche, that sits deftly between all kinds of styles: too amateurish for modern classical music, too simple for jazz, too loose for postrock, too weird for the alternative crowd, not weird enough for the people who read The Wire or maybe not.
Musicians daring to go their own way so self consciously always get my respect. And after having penned all of this down, I wonder if this is going to be the year for great, instrumental music see Natsat or Dont mess with Texas for that argument that transcends the sturdy boundaries of postrock-whatever and enjoys itself meandering into every direction it fancies.
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Download as PDF Printable version. His role included the development of the world's first supersonic airliner, the Tu , the popular Tu airliner and the Tupolev TuM strategic bomber. All these developments enabled the Soviet Union to achieve strategic military and civil aviation parity with the West. In the s, Tupolev concentrated its efforts on improving the performance of the TuM bombers, whose variants included maritime versions.
Also the efficiency and performance of the Tu was improved, culminating in the efficient TuM. In the s the design bureau developed the supersonic Tu strategic bomber. Features include variable-geometry wings. With the end of the Cold War , research work was concentrated on subsonic civil aircraft, mainly on operating economics and alternative fuels.
Among current [ when? At the MAKS airshow, Tupolev revealed the Tu supersonic business jet concept;  development was intended to start in the first half of ,  however nothing further came of the program.
On 19 August , Tupolev announced that it had a contract with the Russian Defense Ministry to develop a new-generation strategic bomber PAK DA which "will be a conceptually new plane based on the most advanced technologies". From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Tupolev Tu TU Soviet passenger plane. Masterpiece Collection Pack. Air Collection Pack.
TuM Bear-A. Passenger Airplane Stylized lowpoly. Service Lift TU T CUB. T AFL. T PLF. T CPN. T BRU. Tu Blackjack. Tu Fiddler. ATC personnel received prison sentences of 12—15 years. This accident is the second deadliest in Soviet history and remains the deadliest on Russian soil. Krasnoyarsk Airport. Aeroflot Flight crashed following double engine failure and in-flight fire.
Aeroflot Flight stalled and crashed due to crew errors and fatigue. This accident is the deadliest in Soviet history, the deadliest in Uzbekistan, and deadliest accident involving the Tu Deformation of fuselage due to crew errors during flight after the crew forgot to turn on the pitot heating system.
Krasnovodsk Airport. Aeroflot Flight was hijacked by the Ovechkin family. Aleppo Airport. Roberts International Airport. Kutaisi Airport. Failed to takeoff and overran runway due to overloading and center of gravity problems; written off. Pulkovo Airport. Landed hard short of the runway, collapsing the right landing gear and broke apart after coming in too fast in rain. Benito Juarez International Airport. Cubana Flight landed too late and overran the runway due to pilot error and poor visibility.
Varna Airport. June Failed to take off due to overloading and center of gravity problems, overran the runway, striking the localizer building, and ended up in a ravine. Kabul Airport. Destroyed during a mortar attack. The aircraft had been parked at the airport for repairs following an incident three months earlier. Borispol Airport. Vladivostok Airport. Yerevan Airport. Veered off the runway on landing after the pilot mistook the runway edge lights for the centerline lights.
Indira Gandhi International Airport. Indian Airlines Flight crashed on landing after striking some installations next to the runway; the tail and right wing later separated and the aircraft came to rest upside down. The aircraft was leased from Uzbekistan Airways due to a pilot strike at Indian Airlines. Mid-air collision. Babusheri Airport.
Shot down and crashed on the runway. The accident remains the worst in Georgia. Grozny Airport. Baikal Airlines Flight crashed after an in-flight fire that started in the number two engine, caused by a starter failure. China Northwest Airlines Flight broke apart in mid-air and crashed shortly after takeoff due to a maintenance error. The crash remains the worst in China. Khabarovsk United Air Group Flight crashed into a mountain following a loss of control after fuel was selected from the left wing tanks to counter a left wing-low attitude.
Vnukovo Airlines Flight crashed into a mountain on final approach due to navigation errors. This accident remains the worst in Norway. Tajikistan Airlines Flight crashed in the desert due to pilot error and crew fatigue. Following problems before takeoff, the crew had forgotten to select the switches for the hydraulic valves of the control system. China Southwest Airlines Flight lost control and crashed after incorrect nuts in the elevator control system fell off, due to improper maintenance.
China removed the Tu from service following this accident. Vladivostok Air Flight stalled and crashed on final approach due to pilot error. Siberia Airlines Flight was accidentally shot down by an errant Ukrainian S surface-to-air missile.
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