Antonov An-70

ICAO aircraft code AN70
Manufacturer Antonov
Country Ukraine
New price USD 60 million

The Antonov An-70 (Ukrainian: Антонов Ан-70) is a four-engine medium-range transport aircraft, and the first aircraft to take flight powered only by propfan engines.

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Antonov An-70 specifications

General

ICAO aircraft code
AN70
Manufacturer
Antonov
Manufactured
2010 - 2015
Country
Ukraine
New purchase price
USD 60 million

Aircraft performance

Engine:
4x 4 × Progress D-27 propfans
Turboprop
Power:
13,880 HP
Max Cruise Speed:
400 Kts
741 Km/h
Travel range:
3,563 Nm
6,599 Kilometers
Fuel Economy:
2.31 Nm / gallon
1.130 Km / liter
Service Ceiling:
39,000 feet
Rate of Climb:
4900 feet / minute
24.89meter / second
Take Off Distance:
1800 meter - 5,905.44 feet
Landing Distance:
2000 meter - 6,561.60 feet

Weight & dimensions

Max Take Off Weight:
145,000 Kg
319,667 lbs
Max Payload:
47,000 Kg
103,616 lbs
Fuel Tank Capacity:
10,038 gallon
37,998 liter
Baggage Volume:
12 m3 / 424 ft3

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About the Antonov An-70

The Antonov An-70 (Ukrainian: Антонов Ан-70) is a four-engine medium-range transport aircraft, and the first aircraft to take flight powered only by propfan engines. It was developed in the late 1980s by the Antonov Design Bureau to replace the obsolete An-12 military transport aircraft. The maiden flight of the first prototype took place in December 1994 in Kyiv, now independent Ukraine. Within months the prototype had suffered a mid-air collision. A second airframe was produced to allow the flight-test programme to proceed. Both prototypes were produced by the Kyiv Aircraft Production Plant.

Following the dissolution of the Soviet Union in the early 1990s, the programme became a joint development between Russia and Ukraine. The former compounded the issue of a reduced market with its intermittent commitment to the project. Repeated attempts to start production have had limited success. Western European countries, including Germany, at one stage assessed the aircraft for procurement, but many later decided against it.

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