Interflug Tupolev Tu-134 DDR-SCK
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Tupolev Tu-134 Interflug
Engines: 2 × D-30-II
Serial Number: 13-04
First flight: 1971
Interflug GmbH was the national airline of East Germany from 1963 to 1990. Based in East Berlin, it operated scheduled and chartered flights to European and intercontinental destinations out of its hub at Berlin Schönefeld Airport, focusing on Comecon countries. In 1969, the Tupolev Tu-134 was introduced, the first jet airliner operated by Interflug. It was operated on the airline's European routes. The company operated up to the German reunification. Tu-134, registration number DDR-SCK, made the last flight on September 30, 1990 to the Augsburg Museum. In 1994, this one was transported to Hermeskeil.