First Flight Date

Type

Serial Number

Notes

12/31/1968

Tu-144

68001

Prototype Aircraft. Scrapped.

6/1/1971

Tu-144S

77101

Pre-production aircraft. Scrapped.

3/20/1972

Tu-144S

77102

First production aircraft.
Crashed June 6, 1973 at Paris air show.
First model produced at Voronezh Aircraft factory (VASO).
All subsequent models were produced at VASO.

12/13/1973

Tu-144S

77103

Unknown use or disposition

6/14/1974

Tu-144S

77104

Unknown use or disposition

11/30/1974

Tu-144S

77105

Modified to test Tu-144D model. Sited at
Zhukovsky in 1993 in a scrapyard on the
East side of the airport.

3/4/1975

Tu-144S

77106

Used for cargo flights between
Moscow and Kazakhstan.
Now on display at Monino.

8/20/1975

Tu-144S

77107

On display at Kazan Aviation Production Complex (KAPO).

12-12-1975

Tu-144S

77108

Stored at Samara-Ouchebny (Research Institute)

4-29-1976

Tu-144S

77109

Used for passenger flights between
Moscow and Kazakhstan.

The hulk of this aircraft is at VASO.

2-14-1977

Tu-144S

77110

Used for passenger flights between Moscow and
Kazakhstan.
On display at the Museum of
Civil Aviation in Ulyanovsk.

4-27-1978

Tu-144D

77111

The first "D" model.
Crashed on May 23, 1978 and was scrapped.

.

Tu-144D

77112

Originally on display at the Tupolev Bureau, Zhukovsky.

In October, 2000 the wings, nose and tail were removed
and the aircraft was shipped to Germany.
It has been on display since May, 2001 on the roof of the
Auto & Technik Museum in Sinsheim.
It was sold for an estimated $500,000.

.

Tu-144D

77113

Was on display at the Tupolev Bureau, Zhukovsky.
It has reportedly been broken-up but remains at Zhukovsky.

1981

Tu-144D

77114

Modified to become Tu-144LL.
Stored at the Tupolev Bureau, Zhukovsky.
Offered for sale by an American company
in May, 2001.

.

Tu-144D

77115

Last completed Tu-144.
On display at the Tupolev Bureau, Zhukovsky.

Stopped in
1984

Tu-144D

77116

Last Tu-144 built (but not completed).
Stored at the VASO factory where it was built.


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