The First Russian Commercial Aircraft to fly non stop from USSR to USA — the TU 114

The TU 114 was in the prototype stage when it carried Khrushchev on his maiden journey to the USA

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It was September 1959 at Andrews Air Force Base, the first visit by a Soviet leader o the USA. Journalists pointed all their cameras on the runway. The Soviet…

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