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Initial Operational Capability (IOC): April 1963
Maiden Flight: 20 December 1959
Total Production: 1,100
Also Known As: An-24P, An-24RT, An-24RV, An-24T, An-24V, An-30 Clank, Coke, Y-7, Y7-100 and Y7-200A/B
Origin: Ukraine
Corporations: Antonov ASTC
Parent System: An-24
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): April 1963
Maiden Flight: 20 December 1959
Total Production: 2,500
Family Members: An-26
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Description: The Antonov An-24, 'Coke' NATO name, is a twin-turboprop passenger aircraft developed in the late 1950s and early 1960s by the Antonov design bureau in the former Soviet Union. The aircraft was designed to carry 30-50 passengers replacing the Il-12, Il-14 and Li-2 airplanes in the civil passenger aircraft market. The An-26, 'Curl' NATO name, is a new design based upon the An-24 but intended to serve as a tactical military transport aircraft. In the 1970s China started building its own version of the An-24 and An-26 aircraft called Y-7 and Y-7H respectively. These aircraft (all An-26s and some An-24s) are equipped with a RU-19A-300 turbojet Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) in the rear of the engine nacelle developing 1,765-lb of thrust that helps them to takeoff. So far more than 2,500 An-24/26/Y-7 aircraft and a variety of upgraded and mission specific versions have been built for a wide range of customers worldwide.

The An-24 passenger aircraft first flew in December 1959 and entered service in April 1963 with more than 1,100 airplanes built until production ceased in 1978. China continued the production under the Y-7 designation and its upgraded variants Y7-100 and Y7-200A/B. The An-24 is indented primarily for the passenger and VIP transport. The An-24V was the basic version followed by the An-24RV delivering improved takeoff performance. The An-24T and An-24RT were freighter versions fitted with a cargo hatch in the underside of the rear fuselage. The An-24P was a firefighting airplane. The An-30, 'Clank' NATO name, is a further derivative that first flew in 1974 and intended to carry out photographic and surveillance missions. With production terminated, the existing An-24/30/Y-7 aircraft are being replaced by modern turboprop airliners such as the An-140 also designed by Antonov.

An-24 Applications

Airliners MA60

An-24 Specifications

Crew: 2
Number of Engines: 2
Passengers: 50
Propeller Blades: 4
Wing Area: 72 square meter
Height: 8.32 meter
Length: 23.5 meter
Wingspan: 29.2 meter
Ceiling: 8,400 meter
Landing Run Distance: 880 meter
Max Range: 3,000 kilometer (1,620 nautical mile)
Min Range: 640 kilometer
Operational Altitude: 7,000 meter (22,966 foot)
Take Off Run Distance: 640 meter
Max Power at TakeOff: 5,100 hp
Cruise Speed: 450 kph (0.38 mach)
Empty Weight: 14,060 kilogram
Fuel Load: 4,760 kilogram
Max Takeoff Weight: 19,800 kilogram (43,651 pound)
Operational Weight: 14,968 kilogram
Payload: 4,612 kilogram
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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An-24 News

There are 8 news between
24 Nov 2006 and 30 Mar 2019
Saturday, March 30, 2019Russian Il-112V Light Transport Aircraft Performs Maiden Flight
Saturday, December 21, 2013Russian Air Force to Take Delivery of An-140T Cargo Airplane by 2017
Wednesday, July 4, 2012Russian Air Force Orders Six More An-140-100 Light Transport Planes
Friday, January 20, 2012Russian Air Force Gets First An-140 Passenger Plane
Wednesday, March 18, 2009Antonov An-148 Regional Aircraft Will Enlarge AeroSvit's Air Fleet
Wednesday, October 10, 2007Cuba Interested in Leasing of Antonov An-140 Airplanes
Thursday, May 24, 2007Venezuela Validates An-140 Airworthiness Certification
Friday, November 24, 2006KnAAPO has preliminary requests for supply of over 100 new Su-80s to Russian and foreign companies

Operators & Related Equipment

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201467Russian Air Force An-24/An-26 (30) and Russian Navy An-24T (37)
Dec 2013100An-24 to be replaced by the An-140T and Il-112V airplanes
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