PZL M-28 Bryza / Skytruck
With the NATO reporting name Cash, the An-28 was designed for STOL performance with up to 19 passengers. A development of the piston-engined An-14, the first prototype flew in September 1969 and had a retractable landing gear and Isotov TVD-850 engines. Production An-28 have a non-retractable tricycle type landing gear and two 723kW Glushenkov TVD-10B turboprops.
Operational in 1969, the An-28 went into production in Poland (still in production in 1999) by WSK "PZL-Mielec" as the M-28 Bryza / Skytruck.
Engine: 2 x turbo prop TVD-10B, 705kW
Wingspan: 22.1 m / 72 ft 6 in
Length: 13.0 m / 42 ft 8 in
Height: 4.5 m / 14 ft 9 in
Take-off weight: 5100 kg / 11244 lb
Empty weight: 3000 kg / 6614 lb
Max. speed: 350 km/h / 217 mph
Cruise speed: 300 km/h / 186 mph
Ceiling: 6000 m / 19700 ft
Range w/max.fuel: 1300 km / 808 miles
Range w/max.payload: 1000 km / 621 miles