Thursday, July 26, 2012

Be-200 Amphibian Aircraft

The Be-200 amphibious aircraft is designed to fight forest fires, to transport passengers and cargoes, to carry out SAR operations. The Be-200 aircraft’s integrated flight navigation and
communications systems enable operations by day and night, in any weather conditions, and in any season. The aircraft can be flown from sea and internal water strips at least two metres deep.

The Be-200 aircraft fire-fighting version is designed to dump water on fire sites from the onboard tanks. The tanks are emptied simultaneously, or one by one in a crew-selected sequence. Given an airfield-to-fire range of 100 km and an airfield to reservoir range of 10 km, the Be-200 is capable of delivering up to 270 tons of water to the fire zone without refuelling. Its high climb rate is a most valuable characteristic for firefighting in mountainous terrain and water scooping/dumping near obstacles, such as trees or hills. If fitted with special dispersers, the Be-200 can also be employed to put out burning fuel, extinguish ship fires, and disperse oil absorbers in operations to remove oil film from water surface.

Be-200 Amphibian Aircraft

The Be-200 aircraft SAR version is designed for visual and instrumental search, rescue and evacuation of casualties in areas of man-made and natural disasters. This version is fitted with maritime search and surveillance equipment. The aircraft is capable of transporting up to 50 rescue troops, or up to 60 seated casualties, or up to 30 stretcher casualties. The Be-200 transport version is capable of transporting up to 7.5 tonnes of cargo. The cargo hold is fitted with all the necessary equipment for transporting cargoes in bulk or on standard pallets. The crew can convert the aircraft into a passenger version within one hour. Depending on the passenger cabin configuration, the aircraft is capable of transporting 32 to 64 passengers.

Be-200 Amphibian Aircraft
Be-200 Amphibian Aircraft
The Be-200 passenger/cargo version is capable of simultaneously transporting 19 passengers and up to 3,000 kg of cargo. The administrative version can transport 18 to 24 passengers.

Be-200 Aircraft

Be-200 Aircraft Specifications
Length, m 31.43
Wing span, m 32.78
Parked height, m 8.90
Cargo hold dimensions, m:
length 17.00
height 2.60
width at floor 1.90
Max take-off weight, kg 43,000
Tank capacity, cu. m:
water 12.00
chemicals 1.50
Max cruising air speed, km/h 710
Service ceiling, m 8,000
Max range, km 3,600
Take-off run, m:
water 1,000
surface 700
Landing roll, m:
water 1,300
surface 950
Sea State 3
Wave height, m up to 1.2
Water intake time when gliding, sec 14
Powerplant 2 x D-436TP turbofans
Crew 2

Be-103 Aircraft Amphibian

The Be-130 aircraft amphibian light amphibious aircraft is designed for passenger and cargo transportation; medical evacuation; fire prevention, surveillance, and maritime environmental monitoring operations; recreational flights; and agricultural applications. The Be-103’s amphibious capability allow it to operate in areas with sufficient water surface (rivers, lakes) and remote regions where runway construction is either impossible or economically unfeasible.

Certificated in compliance with the AP-23 requirements, the Be-103 aircraft also got the ICAO certificate in Dec. 2001. The aircraft is fitted with integrated flight navigation and communications systems enabling operation in adverse weather conditions, by day and night. On customer request the aircraft can be fitted with autopilot, satellite navigation system, and weather radar. All versions can be equipped with a copilot (instructor) flight control station.

Be-103 Aircraft Amphibian
Be-103 Aircraft Amphibian
Be-103 Aircraft

Be-103 aircraft Specifications
Length, m 10.65
Wing span, m 12.72
Height, m 3.757
Cargo hold dimensions, m:
length 3.65
height 1.23
width 1.25
Take-off weight, kg 2,270
Payload, kg 385
Max air cruising speed, km/h 260
Service ceiling, m up to 3,000
Max range, km 1,250
Take-off run (water/surface), m 440/310
Landing roll (water/surface), m 320/240
Wave height, m up to 0.5
Powerplant 2 x TCM-IO-360ES
piston engines
Crew 1
Passenger seats 5

Su-80GP Aircraft Russian Transport

Su-80GP Aircraft Information and Pictures

Sukhoi Su-80GP Aircraft
 The Sukhoi Su-80GP Aircraft multi-purpose transport aircraft is designed to transport passengers and cargoes in the pressurised cargo hold. The aircraft can operate in any geographic area by day and night, in fair and adverse weather conditions. The Su-80GP can also be employed for medical evacuation, environment monitoring, mapping and aerial photography, patrol/transport, training, and airmobile missions.

Sukhoi Su-80GP Aircraft

The Su-80GP Aircraft features high cost/efficiency of passenger and freight transportation. The ramp in the rear fuselage facilitates cargo loading/unloading. The integrated avionics suite provides flight control and navigation, monitoring of aircraft systems and equipment, and presentation of data on colour LCDs. The Su-80GP can be operated autonomously for 50 flight hours, or for 15 days, from nonequipped airfields and soil runways, in the nearground air temperatures ranging from -50oC to +45oC.

Su-80GP Aircraft

Su-80GP Specifications
Length, m 18.26
Wing span, m 23.17
Parked height, m 5.52
Max take-off weight, kg 14,000
Max payload, kg 3,300
Max cruising air speed, km/h 470
Max altitude, m 7,600
Range, km:
with 30 passengers 1,400
with 1,950-kg payload 2,450
Take-off run, m 840
Landing roll (with thrust reversal), m 460
Powerplant 2 x CT7-9B
Crew 2
Passenger seats 30

Antonov An-38 Aircraft Infomation and Pictures

The An-38 transport aircraft is designed to transport passengers and cargoes (in containers too) on local routes. The An-38 can also be employed for aerial photography, geological surveys, patrol missions, fire-fighting operations, personnel and cargo airdrops, maritime reconnaissance, and medical evacuation. Different versions may have different passenger/cargo combinations. Cargoes up to nine meters long can be loaded through the rear cargo hatch.

The An-38 can be operated from short unpaved and ice/snow-covered runways, from mountainous airfields situated at up to 2,600 m above the sea level, and is operational within
the ambient temperature range of -50o to +45oC. The integrated flight navigation system enables all weather, day and night operation. 

Antonov An-38 Aircraft

The aircraft is maintained on condition, without overhauls throughout the entire service life. The An-38 is certificated in compliance with the Russian AP-25 flight standards. The An-38-100 version is powered by the An-38-100.

An-38 Aircraft
An-38 transport aircraft

Antonov An-38 Specifications
Length, m 15.67
Wing span, m 22.063
Parked height, m 5.050
Cargo hold dimensions, m:
length 9.00
height 1.60
width at floor 1.55
Max take-off weight, kg 9,500
Max payload, kg 2,500
Cruising speed, km/h 340-380
Cruising altitude, m 3,000-4,200
Range (H=3,000 m, ISA), km:
with max payload 990
with max fuel load 1,790
Runway length required, m 895
Powerplant 2
TPE-331-14GR-801E turboprops
Crew 2
Passenger seats 27

Antonov An-74 Jet Aircraft Multi Purpose Transport

The An-74 aircraft is designed to transport cargoes, equipment, and passengers, carry out SAR, patrol, and reconnaissance missions, and deliver shift teams at geological expedition sites and gas/oil fields. Customised aircraft versions are also available.

The An-74 aircraft can perform short take-offs and landings at steep angles on substandard mountainous runways. The integrated flight navigation and radio communications systems allow for all-weather, day-and-night operation. A large cargo hatch meets size requirements of most cargoes transported in containers, on pallets, and in bulk, and accommodates easily self-propelled and towed machinery. A sliding cargo hatch ramp reduces loading/unloading time.

The variant An 74 aircraft is An-74T-100 and An-74T-200 are transport versions with enhanced payload capacities. The An-74TK-100 and An-74TK-200 are cargo, passenger (52 persons), and passenger/cargo transports. The An-74-200D is an administrative aircraft. Its second cargo hold can accommodate a light-weight vehicle.

IL-76P Fire Fighting Aircraft

The IL-76P aircraft is designed to fight fires by dumping extinguishing liquids on fire areas. The liquids dispenser can be mounted on any Il-76 transport without its extra retrofitting. Two VAP-2 tanks contain 42,000 litres of water or special extinguishing liquids. The tanks are attached to the cargo hold floor by the organic mooring chains. A four-person team can load and moor one tank within 1.5 to 2 hours. It takes 10-12 minutes to fill the VAP tanks with the extinguishing liquid.

The IL-76P aircraft is capable of dumping 40,000 litres of water from an altitude of 50 m in four seconds. Dumped consecutively or simultaneously from two tanks at the airspeed of 280 km/h and the altitude of 80 m, water covers an area of 600x80 m with the density exceeding five litres per square metre in the centre and gradually decreasing towards the periphery. In about eight seconds all water can be dumped from both tanks.

IL-76P Aircraft

One IL-76P employed intermittently for three to four hours against a strong ground-level forest fire on an area of 50 hectares can reduce firefront expansion rate by two to three times. The most efficient technique consists in employing two to three IL-76P aircraft in turns to deliver the OS-5 extinguishing liquid. Firefighting operations can be started by new line unit crews after only a short training course.

IL-76P Aircraft

IL-76P Specifications
Water dispersing speed, km/h 260-400
Water dispersing altitude, m 50-100
VAP tanks total capacity, m3 40,000
Covered zone length, m
with the extinguishant density
on the ground of over 2 L/m2 450-900

IL-76MD and IL-76MF Aircraft Russia

The first generation Russian made IL-76MD aircraft and IL-76MF aircraft medium range military transport aircraft are designed to airdrop troops, transport ground forces and materiel (including medium-weight tanks) with crews, deliver urgent cargos to troops, and transport casualties.

The IL-76MD medium transport aircraft is capable of airlanding combat materiel (with crews), cargoes, or fuel in special tanks in the pressurised cargo hold. The twindeck version of the aircraft is capable of accommodating 225 personnel (145 people - without the second deck). Its medevac modification can evacuate 114 casualties. The IL-76MF is a derivative of the IL-76MD, with a new engine control system. The communications instrument panels and controls have been rearranged to enable flights without the radio operator. The crew has been cut down to four people - two pilots, navigator, and flight engineer.

IL-76MD aircraft

The IL-76MD and IL-76MF aircraft avionics ensure airdropping by day and night, in good and adverse weather, in hostile air defence environment. The avionics include navigation/targeting system, longrange navigation system, satellite navigation system (on customer request), radio communications equipment, mid-air collision avoidance system, and flight data recorder. The aircraft can carry four UAK-10 or nine UAK-5 aircraft containers, or four UUK-20 ground/sea containers.

 IL-76MF Aircraft Russia

The IL-76MF is capable of transporting up to 305 persons (in the twin-deck version), or 150 casualties, or military hardware with crews, or fuel in special containers, as well as airdropping troops (186 persons), materiel and cargoes. Both aircraft can be operated from soil airfields, and are superior to foreign counterparts in terms of cargo hold volume and autonomous operation capability.

IL-76MF Aircraft Russia

IL-76MD and IL-76MF Specifications
                                                  IL-76MD                           IL-76MF
Length, m                                    46.60                                   53.19
Wing span, m                              50.50                                   50.50
Parked height, m                         14.42                                   14.42
Cargo hold dimensions, m:
length                                         25.54                                   31.14
height 3.40 3.40
width at floor                             3.45                                      3.45
Max take-off weight, kg             190,000                                210,000
Max payload, kg                       47,000                                  60,000
Cruising air speed, km/h            780-800                                780-800
Cruising altitude, m                   9,000-12,000                         9,000-12,000
Service range, km:
with max payload                    4,200                                     4,200
with 40,000 kg                        7,200*                                   5,400
Take-off run, m                      1,700                                     1,800
Landing roll, m 1,000 990
Powerplant                             4 x D-30KP-2                        4 x PS-90A
                                              turbofans                               turbofans
Crew 6 4

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