3D model of a jet airliner designed and manufactured by the Soviet Union's Tupolev Design Bureau. It took its first flight on July 29, 1963, and was primarily used for short-to-medium-haul routes in the Soviet Union and Eastern Bloc countries. Known by its NATO reporting name "Crusty", the Tu-134 was capable of carrying around 72-96 passengers, depending on the configuration. The aircraft was widely used by Aeroflot and other Soviet-aligned airlines throughout its operational history. Production of the Tu-134 ceased in the early 1980s, but some examples continued to serve in commercial and military roles until being phased out in favor of newer, more efficient aircraft.
The model is made in compliance with the proportions and dimensions of the real aircraft.
All files were "smoothed", but you can write to us and get a version with the original geometry. You can download the model in any convenient format.
Object has separated main parts so that you can easily make any changes and modify materials.
- Textures are included in the set; - Images were rendered in V-Ray without post-processing.
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