First flew on May 26, 1924.
| ENGINE||1 x Bristol "Jupiter",|
| Take-off weight||836 kg||1843 lb|
| Wingspan||10.5 m||34 ft 5 in|
| Length||7.6 m||25 ft 11 in|
| Height||2.1 m||7 ft 11 in|
| Max. speed||170 km/h||106 mph|
| Ceiling||3000 m||9850 ft|
|A three-view drawing (552 x 753)|
|Barry, 10.09.2014 16:56|
Firstly this duralumin built 3 seat passenger plane was powered not by a Bristol "Jupiter", which probably had not been developed by then, but by a 100h.p. Bristol Lucifer. With a triangular cross section to the fuselage which reduced the need for wing struts and had the added benefit of reducing vortex drag the ANT-2 proved quite difficult to fly. This along with the lack of specialised knowledge in manufacturing all metal aeroplanes and for that matter the production of said alloys resulted in only a few being produced. One is still extent at th Central Airforce Museum at Monino.
|roy, e-mail, 16.06.2011 23:13|
Do you have pictures or document about Hannibal. This airplane have only one wing. Best regards Roy Johansen
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