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Also Known As: An-12BK, Cub, Y-8 and Y-8D
Parent System: An-12
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1959
Maiden Flight: 1957
Total Production: ?
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Description: The Antonov An-12, NATO codename is Cub, is a four-turboprop, tactical military transport aircraft developed in the late 1950s by the former Soviet Union based on the An-10 turboprop aircraft. The aircraft is equipped with a rear ramp for quick load and off-load of cargo and personnel. It is powered by four AI-20K turboprop engines each developing 4,000-shp of power and driving a four-bladed propeller. The An-12 production ceased in 1973 paving the way for its replacement, the Ilyushin Il-76 turbofan-powered freighter. The An-12 was deemed as the Soviet counterpart to the NATO C-130 Hercules during the Cold War.
In 1968, China introduced its own version of the An-12 aircraft named the Y-8. The Y-8 transport was exported to Burma, Sri Lanka and Sudan and still remains in service. The Y-8 aircraft forms the backbone of the People's Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF) medium-lift transport capability as the An-12 played the same role for the Warsaw Pact from the 1960s through the 1980s. The Soviet Union produced roughly 900 An-12s and China has produced several hundreds more.
Number of Engines: 4
Propeller Blades: 4
Wing Area: 122 square meter (1,310 square foot)
Height: 10.5 meter (34.5 foot)
Length: 33.1 meter (109 foot)
Main Gun Caliber: 23 millimeter
Wingspan: 38 meter (125 foot)
Ceiling: 33,500 foot (10,211 meter)
Ferry Range: 5,700 kilometer
Max Range: 3,600 kilometer (1,944 nautical mile)
Take Off Run Distance: 700 meter
Max Power at TakeOff: 16,000 shp (11,936 kW)
Climb Rate: 1,970 fpm (10.0 mps)
Cruise Speed: 670 kph (416 mph)
Top Speed at High Altitude: 777 kph (420 KTAS)
Cargo: 20 ton
Empty Weight: 28,000 kilogram (61,728 pound)
Max Takeoff Weight: 61,000 kilogram (134,480 pound)
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