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  • AN-124
  • IL-76 TD & T
  • AN-12
  • AN-26
  • AN-32
  • AN-72 / 74
  • MI-8T / MTV

An-124 Ruslan

Heavy Cargo Freighter
The Antonov An-124 is a four-engined heavy cargo freighter with a payload of 150 tonnes (330700 lb) developed by the soviet design bureau OKB Antonov (today Antonov ASTC, Ukraine). It was developed as a military strategic heavy airlift transport aircraft.


Crew

6

 

Propulsion

4 Turbofan Engines

Engine Model

Lotarew / Lotarev D-18T

Engine Power (each)

230 kN

51706 lbf

 

Speed

909 km/h

491 kts
  565 mph

Mmo (max. Mach)

Mach 0.77

Service Ceiling

12.000 m

39.370 ft

Range

5.400 km

2.916 NM
3.356 mi.

 

Empty Weight

175.000 kg

385.809 lbs

max. Takeoff Weight

405.000 kg

892.872 lbs

 

Wing Span

73,30 m

240,5 ft

Wing Area

628,0 m²

6760 ft²

Length

69,10 m

226,7 ft

Height

20,78 m

68,2 ft

 

First Flight

26.12.1982

Production Status

in production

 

ICAO Code

A124

IATA Code

A4F

NATO Code

Condor

Data for (Version)

Antonov / Antonow An-124

Variants

An-124, An-124-100, An-124-100M-150, An-124-102, An-124-135, An-124-150

Remarks

The An-124 is equipped with nose and tail cargo doors. The shoulder-wing configuration in conjunction with the 24-wheel landing gear allows operations from semi prepared landing strips. The aircraft has the ability to kneel down for easier front loading.

 

 

Ilyushin Il-76

The Ilyushin Il-76 is a four-engine heavy transport aircraft developed by the Soviet design bureau Ilyushin OKB, today JSC Ilyushin Aviation Complex, Russia. The Il-76 is in operation with both military and civil operators.

Crew

5-7

 

Propulsion

4 Turbofan Engines

Engine Model

Solowjew / Soloviev D-30KP

Engine Power (each)

117,7 kN

26460 lbf

 

Speed

800 km/h

432 kts
  497 mph

Service Ceiling

13.000 m

42.651 ft

Range

4.200 km

2.268 NM
2.610 mi.

 

Empty Weight

89.000 kg

196.211 lbs

max. Takeoff Weight

190.000 kg

418.878 lbs

 

Wing Span

50,50 m

165,7 ft

Wing Area

300,0 m²

3229 ft²

Length

46,59 m

152,9 ft

Height

14,76 m

48,4 ft

 

First Flight

25.03.1971

Production Status

in production

Total Production

>850

 

ICAO Code

IL76

NATO Code

Candid

 

Data for (Version)

Iljuschin / Ilyushin Il-76MD


Remarks:

The Il-76 formed also the basis of the Soviet/Russian AWACS platform Beriev A-50 Shmel and the Chinese AWACS platform KJ-2000. The Il-76 is also used as an airborne tanker, designated Il-78.

 

 

 

 

 

An-12
Transport Aircraft

The Antonov An-12 is a four-engine transport aircraft by the Soviet design bureau OKB Antonov (today Antonov ASTC, Ukraine). The An-12 was mainly in military operation.


Crew

2+3

 

Propulsion

4 Turboprop Engines

Engine Model

Iwtschenko / Ivchenko / ZMKB Progress AI-20M

Engine Power (each)

3125 kW

4191 shp

 

Speed

650 km/h

351 kts
  404 mph

Service Ceiling

10.200 m

33.464 ft

Range

3.400 km

1.836 NM
2.113 mi.

 

Empty Weight

30.500 kg

67.241 lbs

max. Takeoff Weight

61.000 kg

134.482 lbs

 

Wing Span

38,00 m

124,7 ft

Wing Area

121,7 m²

1310 ft²

Length

33,10 m

108,6 ft

Height

10,53 m

34,5 ft

 

First Flight

März 1957

Production Status

out of production

Production Range

1958-1973

Total Production

1248

 

ICAO Code

AN12

IATA Code

ANF

NATO Code

Cub

Data for (Version)

Antonov / Antonow An-12

 

 

 

 

An-26

Short-range Utility Aircraft
The Antonov An-26 is a twin-engined turboprop short-to medium-range military transport aircraft by the Soviet design bureau OKB Antonov (today Antonov ASTC, Ukraine).

 

Crew

4

Passengers

max. 40

 

Propulsion

2 Turboprop Engines

Engine Model

Iwtschenko / Ivchenko / ZMKB Progress AI-24T

Engine Power (each)

2075 kW

2783 shp

 

Speed

435 km/h

235 kts
  270 mph

Service Ceiling

8.100 m

26.575 ft

Range

900 km

486 NM
559 mi.

 

Empty Weight

15.020 kg

33.113 lbs

max. Takeoff Weight

24.000 kg

52.911 lbs

 

Wing Span

29,20 m

95,8 ft

Wing Area

75,0 m²

807 ft²

Length

23,80 m

78,1 ft

Height

8,58 m

28,1 ft

 

First Flight

21.05.1969

Production Status

out of production

Total Production

>1700

 

ICAO Code

AN26

IATA Code

AN6

NATO Code

Curl

Data for (Version)

Antonov / Antonow An-26



Remarks

The An-26 is a military development of the Antonov An-24.





An-32

Utility Aircraft
The Antonov An-32 is a twin-engined turboprop transport aircraft for operations in hot and heigh regions by the Soviet design bureau OKB Antonov (today Antonov ASTC, Ukraine). The An-32 is in operation with both military and civil operators.

 

Crew

3

 

Propulsion

2 Turboprop Engines

Engine Model

Iwtschenko / Ivchenko / ZMKB Progress AI-24M

Engine Power (each)

3812 kW

5112 shp

 

Speed

641 km/h

346 kts
  398 mph

Service Ceiling

9.500 m

31.168 ft

Range

2.500 km

1.350 NM
1.554 mi.

 

Empty Weight

16.800 kg

37.038 lbs

max. Takeoff Weight

27.000 kg

59.525 lbs

 

Wing Span

29,20 m

95,8 ft

Wing Area

75,0 m²

807 ft²

Length

23,80 m

78,1 ft

Height

8,58 m

28,1 ft

 

First Flight

1978

Production Status

out of production

Total Production

356

 

ICAO Code

AN32

IATA Code

AN6

NATO Code

Cline

Data for (Version)

Antonov / Antonow An-32

Remarks
The An-32 is a development of the Antonov An-26.

 

 

 

An-72 / An-74

STOL utility aircraft
The Antonov An-72 is a twin-engined multi-purpose STOL transport jet aircraft developed by the Soviet design bureau OKB Antonov (today Antonov ASTC, Ukraine). The An-74 is a variant for operations in cold weather conditions in polar regions. The An-72 & An-74 are in operation with both military and civil operators.

 

Crew

3

 

Propulsion

2 Turbofan Engines

Engine Model

Lotarew / Lotarev D-36

Engine Power (each)

63,7 kN

14320 lbf

 

Speed

706 km/h

381 kts
  438 mph

Service Ceiling

10.700 m

35.105 ft

Range

4.800 km

2.592 NM
2.983 mi.

 

Empty Weight

19.000 kg

41.888 lbs

max. Takeoff Weight

34.500 kg

76.059 lbs

 

Wing Span

31,89 m

104,6 ft

Wing Area

98,6 m²

1061 ft²

Length

28,07 m

92,1 ft

Height

8,65 m

28,4 ft

 

First Flight

22.12.1977

Production Status

in production

 

ICAO Code

AN72

IATA Code

AN7

NATO Code

Coaler / Madcap

Data for (Version)

Antonov / Antonow An-72A

 

 

 

Medium Utility Helicopter

The Mil Mi-8 is a twin-engined medium utility helicopter developed by the Soviet manufacturer Mil OKB, today MIL Moscow helicopter plant, JSC (Russia).

 

Crew

3

Passengers

32

 

Propulsion

2 Turboshaft Engines

Engine Model

Klimow / Klimov TW2-117A / TV2-117A

Engine Power (each)

1251 kW

1678 shp

 

Speed

259 km/h

140 kts
  161 mph

Service Ceiling

4.500 m

14.764 ft

Range

500 km

270 NM
311 mi.

 

Empty Weight

6.800 kg

14.991 lbs

max. Takeoff Weight

12.000 kg

26.455 lbs

 

Rotor Blades (main/tail)

5/3

5/3

Main Rotor Diameter

21,29 m

69,8 ft

Tail Rotor Diameter

3,91 m

12,8 ft

Rotor Disc Area

356,0 m²

3832 ft²

Length

25,24 m

82,8 ft

Height

5,65 m

18,5 ft

 

First Flight

24.06.1961

Production Status

in production

Total Production

>12000

 

NATO Code

Hip

Data for (Version)

Mil Mi-8

Variants

Mil Mi-8T, Mi-8TB, Mi-8S, Mi-8MT, Mi-9, Mi-17


Remarks:

The Mil Mi-8 is today (2010) still in production as Mi-8, Mi-17 and Mi-171.

 

 


 

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