Aircraft Museum
Aircraft Museum

ANTONOV

BERIEV

ILJUSHIN

KAMOV

MIL

MIKOYAN &
GUREVICH

SUKHOI

TUPOLEV

YAKOVLEV


ANTONOV
BERIEV
ILJUSHIN
KAMOV
MIL
MIKOYAN &
GUREVICH
SUKHOI
TUPOLEV
YAKOVLEV



 

bearcraft-online.com
Russian Aircraft Museum
ANTONOV
 An-24 Coke
 
An-24 Coke
The Antonov An-24 led to the development of an entire aircraft family, namely the An-24 base model, the An-26 transport version with loading ramp, the An-30 geological survey version with a modified fuselage and the An-32 "hot-and-high" version with more powerful engines.
The basic Antonov An-24 is still widely used and serves as a workhorse on secondary routes in the CIS. Most An-24 are in a passenger layout, although a cargo version named An-24T also exists.
It is estimated that well above 1’000 An-24 have been built. In Sovjet times, the type was exported to almost all other states of the Warsaw Pact. In more recent times, some Antonov twins also found their way to operators in South America and Africa.
Technical Data Photos
Role Short to medium range passenger aircraft
Crew, prs 2
Ceiling, m 8,400
Range with max.payload, km 750
Range with max.fuel, km 2,280
Cruise speed, kmph 500
Empty mass, kg 14,248
Maximum take-off mass, kg 21,800
Wing area, m2 72.5
Wingspan, m 29.2
Lenght, m 23.5
Engines 2 Ivchenko AI-24 turboprobs, 1875kW
Passengers 44-50