The majority of airline service for the Tu-204-300 was with Vladivostok Avia and since then almost all the units have served in a governmental capacity be that with the Russians or the North Koreans. As far as I can tell there are only 11 livery options:
Tupolev Airshow Colours
The prototype Tu-204-100 was seemingly shortened into the Tu-234. Here it is in 1995:
âRA-64026 wore these colours in 2003 - now as a Tu-204-300:
The far-eastern airline was the launch customer for the series 300 and operated 6 of the 10 aircraft built.
The North Korean's other Tu-204 is a short body version registered P-632. Like its longer sister it has worn all 3 scheme variants:
Russian State Transport Company
The Russian State Transport arm fly a trio of the Tu-204-300s (RA-64059, RA-64057 and RA-64058) - all delivered new:
The Russian Space Agency use this former Vladivostok Avia aircraft, RA-64044 and RA-64045, for cosmonaut training.
Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs
RA-64026 now finds herself in service with the shady sounding Ministry of Internal Affairs.
RA-64010 found itself in VIP configuration
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