Russian carrier Alrosa is set to operate its final flight with a Tupolev Tu-134 on 22 May, as it transfers its single example to Novosibirsk.
The airline had listed its final commercial flights with the type as the 6R541 and 6R542 outbound and return services between Mirny and Irkutsk on 18 and 20 May.
It states that the flight from Mirny to Novosibirsk, designated 6R693, will take place on 22 May.
“After completing its final flight the aircraft will be transferred to the aviation history museum,” the airline adds.
The Tu-134 (RA-65693) will join another Alrosa aircraft, a Tu-154M (RA-85684), which was handed to the museum, located at Novosibirsk’s Tolmachevo airport, in September last year.
This museum also features a Tu-154M (RA-85628) and Ilyushin Il-86 (RA-86097) formerly operated by S7 Airlines.