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Antonov An-8


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The An-8 military and civil transport aircraft was designed for the Soviet Air Force and Aeroflot. Both aircraft carried the NATO reporting name Camp. First flown in February 1955, the prototype military An-8 was exhibited at Tushino in 1956, powered by two 3,800kW Kuznetsov turboprop engines and with a cannon in a tail turret. 151 were built in several versions.

Engine: 2 x turbo-prop Kuznetsov AI-20D, 3810 kW
Take-off weight: 43400 kg / 95681 lb
Empty weight: 24400 kg / 53793 lb
Wingspan: 37.0 m / 121 ft 5 in
Length: 30.7 m / 100 ft 9 in
Wing area: 117.2 sq.m / 1261.53 sq ft
Max. speed: 520 km/h / 323 mph
Cruise speed: 450 km/h / 280 mph
Ceiling: 9600 m / 31500 ft
Range w/max.fuel: 3900 km / 2423 miles
Range w/max.payload: 1000 km / 621 miles
Armament: 2 x 23mm machine-guns
Crew: 6
Passengers: 70

 

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