For a long time the Tupolev Tu-134 was the standard short pull plane air transport in the Soviet Union and eastern Europe.
The Tupolev outline authority was in charge of the Soviet Union's first fly fueled air transport, the Tu-104 (which was focused around the Tu-16 `badger' assault plane), and the Tu-104's more modest sibling the Tu-124. Both of these short go jetliners experienced various execution shortages be that as it may, subsequently provoking improvement of the Tu-134.
The introductory Tu-134 configuration was built decently nearly in light of the Tu-124, and for a period was assigned the Tu-124a. However Tupolev chose to reconfigure the airplane to gimmick back fuselage mounted motors and a Ttail, bringing about the new assignment.
Six improvement Tu-134s were constructed, with the first flying amid 1962. Creation started in 1964 despite the fact that it was not until September 1967 that Aeroflot propelled full business administrations.
Starting creation was of the standard fuselage length Tu-134, while the extended Tu-134a entered Aeroflot benefit in the second a large portion of 1970. Seating up to 76 in a solitary class, the Tu-134a contrasted from the Tu-134 in having a 2.10m (6ft 11in) fuselage extend, a reprofiled nose, all the more compelling D30 motors and an APU.
Different forms are the Tu-134b with a forward confronting position for the third group part between and behind the pilots, the Tu-134b1 which has an overhauled inside to seat up to 90 travelers without a kitchen, and the Tu-134b3 which can situate 96 with full cookroom and can offices held.
Pictures of Tupolev Tu-134