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An-22 Antei Cock

The first An-22 flew on 24 February 1965, and it was publicly displayed at the Paris International Air Show at Le Bourget the same year. The largest transport aircraft of the time, An-22 set a number of world records. Despite orders for 100 An-22, only 48 aircraft were actually flying by 1983.

Specifications

Country of Origin Russia
Builder Antonov
Roleheavy transport
Similar Aircraft
Crew 5-8
Wingspan 64.4 m
Length 55.5 m
Height 17.5 m
Wing area 480.0 sq. m
Empty weight 116000 kg
Takeoff weight 250000 kg
Engines 4 NK-12MV, 14791 hp each
Max. speed 740 km/h
Cruise speed 680 km/h
Ceiling 10000 m
Takeoff roll 1100 m
Landing roll 800 m
Range 11000 km
Range with maximum payload 5000 km
Payload 72500 kg in a 33 m x 4.4 m x 4.4 m (638.9 cu. m) cargo bay
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