Beriev's Be-200 multipurpose amhibious aircraft was designed as a further development
of the A-40 antisubmarine aircraft. The Be-200 has a 66 passenger or 8000 kg cargo
capacity. Six aircraft have been launched to production at the Irkutsk Aviation Production
Association. The first prototype flew on September 24, 1998.
|A three-view drawing (1752 x 1200)|
| ENGINE||2 x Progress D-436TP turbo-prop, 73.5kW|
| Take-off weight||37000-43000 kg||81571 - 94799 lb|
| Wingspan||31.8 m||104 ft 4 in|
| Length||31.2 m||102 ft 4 in|
| Height||8.7 m||29 ft 7 in|
| Max. speed||710 km/h||441 mph|
| Cruise speed||600 km/h||373 mph|
| Ceiling||8000 m||26250 ft|
| Range||2100 km||1305 miles|
| Range w/max.fuel||3850 km||2392 miles|
|Michael Robinson, e-mail, 30.07.2014 23:10|
The Whom it may concern,
Currently developing a business plan for a regional air carrier on the eastern seaboard of the US. Carrier would serve New England and New York City. The Be-200 in a passenger configuration could be a viable equipment option. Can you provide a passenger configuration spec sheet with power plant and avionics options. Also annual lease price and acquisition price please?
|Hugo Arias, e-mail, 02.06.2013 01:36|
¿Which is the price of this anphibious jet? ¿Is there maintainance avalaible at or near the Republic of Chile?
|Burhan Uddin, e-mail, 12.12.2012 17:50|
I am doing research about firefighting aircraft and would like to specifications for your aircraft as it is my intent for my design project to design a similar aircraft. also i would like to know the cost of this.
|Roy Tanga, Kenya- East Africa., e-mail, 27.08.2012 15:41|
The Be-200 is the solution of the future. I have personally tried against all odds to trade the idea of using it as a passenger plane in the airline industry but its tough, very very tough.
|Hany Elhawary, e-mail, 08.04.2011 23:15|
This aircraft would good transport. Is anyway I would know the prices, for deferent configurations, so i can interest my clients.
|Regan, e-mail, 23.03.2010 13:16|
i like the design... very much
i hope it can modified to AEW aircraft...
|Info, 21.03.2010 13:47|
The landing and takeoff distances for pressurized Be-200 /Be-210 are:
Take-off distance (water /land) 1000 /700 m
Landing distance (water /land) 1300 /1050 m
For further details, contact the company Beriev:
|JMR, e-mail, 19.01.2010 21:38|
My company has an interest in one Be-200 passenger configuration, with the ability to convert quickly to water dropping configuration. We are looking at a number of different aircraft that fill this roll, and would like to add the Beriev Be-200 to our options of selecting such an aircraft. Operations would be in north America.
We need a comprehensive spec sheet and power plant and avionics options, along with an annual lease price, hourly rate price and acquisition price.
|Parboniaga, e-mail, 14.05.2009 22:52|
Dear Sir, We are interesting to know the amphibi BE200 and operate as a public airline in our country Indonesia, aspecially at place such Lake Toba and landing at water. Therefor do you mind sent us to our email seat configuration, engine, operating cost per seat for one hour flight and posibility to purchase by leasing or other.
|Carlo B. Melendez, e-mail, 03.02.2009 05:44|
Our company is interested in your Be 200 to operate in South American Amazon river ( Peru )We would like more information about distance to take off and landing in media and high capacity, prices and operating cost.
|Mr Gray jr, e-mail, 18.12.2007 17:18|
Dear Jamaluddin Said, if you already interesting of Be-200, write me letter on firstname.lastname@example.org
|Jamaluddin Said, e-mail, 06.11.2007 21:32|
DEAR SIR, WE ARE INTERESTED TO OPERATE THE BE200 OR BE210 AS A PUBLIC LCC AIRLINER. WE SHALL BE PLEASED TO ACCESS THE VIABILITY FOR OUR COUNTRY IN MALAYSIA. THEREFORE, YOUR EFFORT TO SEND US A COLOR BROCHURE OF THE AIRCRAFT, FULL SPECS OF THE SEAT CONFIGURATION, ENGINE, OPERATING COST PER SEAT FOR 1 HR FLIGHT ECONOMY /MAXIMUM SPEED AND ALL OTHER RELATED DATAS OF THE AIRCRAFT SHOULD YOU THINK RELEVANT TO CONSIDER A PURCHASE.
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