The responding reaction of Tu-144 pilot at Paris Airshow, which end in the crash of Tu-144, is the reaction to fly MiG-21i.
Flying test-bed and pilot fly-training airplane for Tu-144 supersonic transports
First flight: April 18, 1968
Production: 2 (the first version crashed on July 28, 1970; the second version of the ‘I’ (it has a large leading edge root extension giving it increased area) is still at Monino museum.
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Mikoyan Gurevitch MiG 21i (MiG 21-11, A-144 analog),
hobby, toy, and game shops on rare aircraft model as diy model.
(follow video may contain depictions of violence, viewer discretion is advised.)
Mig-21 Analog (Rare Videos)
Tupolev TU-144 SST Promo Film (1969) (developing Tu-144 sst, MiG-21i can be seen as the chasing plane)
(Skill index 5)