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Initial Operational Capability (IOC):
Also Known As: Clobber and Yak-42D-100
AS Yakovlev and YAK ALACON JSC
Parent System: Yak-42
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1977
Maiden Flight: 7 March 1975
Total Production: ?
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Description: The Yak-42, NATO dubbed 'Clobber', is a short to medium-range, tri-jet passenger aircraft developed in the late 1970s to transport up to 126 passengers at ranges of up to 3,000 kilometers. The Yak-42D is an improved range version introduced in 1988. Powered by three D-36 turbofans the Yak-42D has a maximum range of 2,790 km. Currently, the Yakovlev design bureau intended to upgrade the Yak-42 through the replacement of D-36 engines (rated at 6,500 kg of thrust) by more powerful, fuel-efficient D-436 engines each rated at 7,500 kg of thrust. The re-engined Yak-42 would offer increased takeoff weight, cruise speed and flight range as well as improved flight performance.
Number of Engines: 3
Height: 9.80 meter
Length: 36.4 meter
Wingspan: 34.2 meter
Ceiling: 9,600 meter
Max Range: 1,960 kilometer (1,058 nautical mile)
Take Off Run Distance: 2,200 meter
Cruise Speed: 750 kph (0.63 mach)
Max Takeoff Thrust: 43,000 pound
Max Takeoff Weight: 57,500 kilogram (126,764 pound)
Payload: 13,500 kilogram
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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