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Antonov KT "Kryl Antonov KT "Kryl'ya tanka"

1942

The extraordinary KT 'Kryl'ya tanka' (Tank's Wings) was a Soviet wartime design intended to supply partisans ...

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Prototype flew as SKh-1 31 August 1947. More than 5,000 An-2 were built at Kiev, ...

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Antonov An-2

1949

Antonov An-2

Antonov An-4 Antonov An-4

1950

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Military and civil transport aircraft of similar type designed for the Soviet Air Force and ...

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Antonov An-8

1955

Antonov An-8

Antonov An-12 Antonov An-12

1957

Prototype (7900101), built at Irkutsk, flew 16 December 1957, with Kuznetsov NK-4 turboprops, as rear-loading development ...

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Carrying the NATO reporting name Clod, the An-14 is a twin-engined light general-purpose aircraft that ...

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Antonov An-14

1958

Antonov An-14

Antonov An-10 Antonov An-10

1959

Design of the An-10 airliner began in November 1955 and the prototype (named Ukraina) first ...

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Development of this twin-turboprop transport was started in 1957, to replace piston-engined types on Aeroflot's internal ...

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Antonov An-24

1962

Antonov An-24

Antonov An-22 "Antheus" Antonov An-22 "Antheus"

1965

Carrying the NATO reporting name Cock, the An-22 is a very large, long-range heavy transport. ...

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Twin-turboprop pressurised short-haul transport, first exhibited 1969 Paris Air Show; approximately 1,410 built by GAZ ...

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Antonov An-26

1969

Antonov An-26

Antonov An-28 Antonov An-28

1972

Carrying the NATO reporting name Cash, the An-28 is a development of the piston-engined An-14. ...

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Twin-turboprop aerial survey aircraft. First flown 1974; built in small numbers.

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Antonov An-30

1974

Antonov An-30

Antonov An-72 Antonov An-72

1977

Originated as private venture military transport based on stillborn An-60 64-73 seat civil airliner designed ...

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At the time of its first flight on 26 December 1982, the An-124 was the ...

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Antonov An-124 "Ruslan"

1982

Antonov An-124 "Ruslan"

Antonov An-71 Antonov An-71

1985

AEW plane based on An-72 transport plane. The first prototype flew on July 12, ...

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Currently the world's largest aircraft, the An-225 Mriya (dream) stemmed from the need to transport ...

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Antonov An-225 "Mria"

1988

Antonov An-225 "Mria"

Antonov An-70 Antonov An-70

1994

The An-70 is a new propfan medium-size wide-body short take-off and landing transport aircraft intended ...

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