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Five of the most successful aircraft Antonov

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Five of the most successful aircraft Antonov



On February 7, 1906, Soviet aircraft designer Oleg Konstantinovich Antonov was born. He was fond of since childhood aviation Antonov founded the original school of design and created 52 types of gliders and 22 types of aircraft, including the largest and largest in the world. His planes became sensations at international aerospace exhibitions, and the Soviet Union was recognized as the world leader in aircraft manufacturing. On the occasion of the birthday of an outstanding aircraft designer, we decided to recall his five most successful aircraft.

AN-2

This aircraft hit the Guinness Book of Records as the only aircraft in the world that has been produced for more than 60 years. He won fame as an exceptionally reliable and safe machine, whose design saves people even in emergency situations. An-2 can land even on unprepared terrain without the aid of ground navigation, is able to take off from any relatively flat field, and when the engine is stopped, the plane begins to plan. Over the years of operation, An-2 carried several hundred million passengers, millions of tons of cargo, handled over a billion hectares of fields. It was for agricultural work during the period of mass sowing of corn by the An-2 corn that received the popular name "corncob". An-2 was a mandatory member of the Soviet Arctic research and Antarctic expeditions. In 1957, he landed for the first time on the tip of the iceberg.
The idea of ​​the future of An-2 appeared in Oleg Antonov as early as October of 1940, and at the same time, a draft design of the aircraft was developed under his leadership. The idea of ​​Antonov was that the aircraft being created took “in air transport approximately the place occupied by the lorry in ground transport”. The designer himself called An-2 his greatest success. Production and operation of the aircraft began in 1948 year. By the beginning of 1960, An-2 had connected more than half of the USSR regional centers with local air lines. By 1977, these aircraft served the 3254 settlement. In total, more than 18 thousand An-2 were built, the aircraft was produced in the USSR, Poland and continues to be produced in China. The aircraft traveled to virtually all corners of the globe. Antonov and his associates were awarded the USSR State Prize for the creation of the An-2.



AN-6

An-6 was developed by Antonov in 1948 on the basis of An-2, from which An-6 outwardly differed by the presence of a meteorological booth at the base of the keel. The aircraft was intended for high-altitude meteorological research and for use as a transport in high-altitude areas. The aircraft was equipped with an ASH-62Р engine with a turbocharger, which allows the engine to maintain power up to an altitude of 10 000. The aircraft was produced before the 1958 year, in total several aircraft of this modification were built. It is on the An-6 9 June 1954, the pilots V.A. Kalinin and V. Baklaykin in Kiev set a record height for this class of aircraft - 11 248 m.



AN-10

The development of the An-10 aircraft began in 1955 after visiting the design bureau by the USSR leader N.S. Khrushchev. During the conversation with him, Antonov proposed the creation of a single four-engine plane, but in two versions: passenger and cargo. Khrushchev approved the concept, and his first flight An-10 made 7 March 1957 of the year. An-10 was designed so that in case of war could quickly be rebuilt into a cargo plane. The aircraft became the first in the USSR liner with a turboprop engine and the first among such machines was put into mass production. According to calculations, the An-10 at the end of the 50-x was among the most profitable aircraft: the cost of transporting one passenger was significantly lower than that of the Tu-104A, primarily because of the greater passenger capacity. In addition, in the USSR there were only a few airports capable of receiving jet Tu. An-10 also had a rare combination of properties for a passenger liner: high flight speed and the ability to take off and land on ground and snow-covered airfields with a small runway. Considering these features, Aeroflot operated the An-10 on short routes with poorly prepared and unpaved lanes. And the first flight of Aeroflot An-10 took place on July 22 1959 of the year on the route Moscow - Simferopol.
Before 1960, 108 aircraft were launched.



AN-14

The development of the lightweight twin-engine multipurpose short take-off and landing aircraft An-14, nicknamed "bee", began at the end of the year 1950. 14 March 1958, the "bee" first flew into the sky. The aircraft had a wing span of 22 m and an area of ​​39,72 m 2 with automatic and controlled slats, retractable flaps and hovering ailerons. Such a mechanized wing provided the aircraft with a steep trajectory of take-off and landing and sustainable planning at low speeds. The “bee”, even with its relatively large size, could take off and land at very small unpaved airfields. For takeoff in calm, it was enough to have a strip of length 100 – 110 m, with a head wind - even 60 – 70 m. The plane could reach a maximum speed of up to 200 km / h. With a maximum take-off weight in 3750 kg An-14 lifted into the air to 720 kg payload. "Bee" was used as a passenger, transport, communication, sanitary, agricultural aircraft. In the passenger version, six seats were placed in his cabin, the seventh passenger took up a seat next to the pilot. Serial production of An-14 began in 1965 year in Arsenyev, just before 1970, 340 aircraft were built, mass operation continued until the beginning of 80-s.



AN-22

An-22, nicknamed "Antey", marked a new step in aircraft construction - it became the world's first wide-body aircraft. In size, it exceeded everything that had been created in world aviation by that time. The English Times, after the 15 International Paris Air Show, June 1965, wrote: “Thanks to this aircraft, the Soviet Union was ahead of all other countries in the aircraft industry.” And the French newspaper Humanite, whose journalists expected to see the world's largest plane monstrous and shapeless, called the An-22 "elegant and thoroughbred, touching the earth very softly, without the slightest shaking."
"Antey" was created for the transportation of various cargoes weighing up to 50 thousand kg: intercontinental ballistic missiles, engineering and combat armored and unarmored vehicles on artificial and unpaved runways. With the advent of An-22 in aviation, the problems of transporting various weapons and equipment in the Soviet Union almost completely resolved. An-22 could parachute a full company of paratroopers or 1 – 4 armored vehicles on platforms. In total, “Antey” has set over all time more than 40 world records. For example, in 1965, An-22 lifted a cargo weighing 88,1 t to the height of 6600 m to the sky, than setting entire 12 records of world value. In 1967, the Antey lifts the 7800 m to the sky with a weight of about 100,5 tons. In 1975, the Antey made an 5000-kilometer flight with a weight of 40 tons at a speed of about 600 km / h. In addition, "Antey" - record holder for dropping cargo.
The first flight of An-22 made 27 February 1965 of the year. Serial production was organized at the Tashkent aircraft factory. The first "Antey" began to arrive in the Air Force in January 1969. Production of the aircraft continued until January 1976. Over the 12 years, the Tashkent Aviation Plant built the Antey heavy aircraft, of which 66 is in the An-22 version.

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  1. invisibility
    invisibility 15 February 2014 07: 48
    +4
    Does anyone know the electronica of Pogosyan, Putin, Yushchenko and Dima-iPhone? Send them a newsletter. Let them read, maybe conscience wakes up ....
    1. Civil
      Civil 15 February 2014 09: 36
      +2
      And most importantly, Antonov by birth has nothing to do with Ukraine!
      1. Panikovsky
        Panikovsky 15 February 2014 11: 35
        +2
        Quote: Civil
        And most importantly, Antonov by birth has nothing to do with Ukraine!

        as, by the way, and Mikhail Yangel, and Vladimir Utkin, and Vladimir Vernadsky, and Eugene Paton.
        1. Твtvjag
          Твtvjag 15 February 2014 14: 32
          -1
          I agree, I can add to the list, Kondratyuk (Shargei), Korolev, Dovzhenko, Bondarchuk are all "Bandera" fairy tales that they were born in Ukraine.
          I advise at least sometimes to tear myself away from the computer and try to read literature, they say it helps ....
          1. Roman 1977
            Roman 1977 15 February 2014 14: 54
            +12
            You will also remember Field Marshal Paskevich, who did not lose a single battle, and the Chancellor of the Russian Empire Kochubey, they were also born in Ukraine, so what? Only they have nothing to do with the current "Square". There are other HEROs on it: the traitor Mazepa, Petliura, who gave the Poles half of Ukraine, the cat-dog Banderka, Hauptsturmführer Shlyukhevych and other monsters, "cutters" who licked Hitler's breeches and shot Soviet soldiers in the back ...
            And, with regards to the Ukrainians, it’s impossible for the German (yes anyone who pays the most) dirty filthy cat-hitch prostitute Banderka, with his bandits from DUPA, to level with OUR BEST AU Ivan Kozhedub, this is the same as comparing feces and HUMAN. Yes, choose yourself ...

            Cat-dog, German slut and scum Banderka

            Ivan Kozhedub- reference Ukrainian, the beauty and pride of any Air Force.
            Only this is OUR HEROES ...
            1. Твtvjag
              Твtvjag 15 February 2014 15: 09
              -12%
              According to the classification of Mr. Putin (yes that one), these are second-class veterans, and Russia would have done well without them
            2. Alexander D.
              Alexander D. 15 February 2014 17: 28
              -4
              You know how to spoil every good article with politics. Moreover, on such sensitive and controversial topics ... About Mazepa, you better read not only the literature of "Made in Russia", but also look for alternative sources.
              1. Fedya
                Fedya 16 February 2014 00: 09
                -5
                Also found a hero!
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        2. GastaClaus69
          GastaClaus69 15 February 2014 15: 12
          +8
          like, by the way, Mil, Mikoyan, Sternfeld, Lavochkin and many others. Let's not, we don’t live under the same tribal system .. In our time, nationality does not really matter, but rather decides what a person did for a particular country or people. After all, Stalin was also not Russian, so can we attribute all his successes as a politician and statesman to Georgians?
        3. laurbalaur
          laurbalaur 19 February 2014 15: 32
          0
          YOU forgot to mention Sikorsky and Korolev. But ... I would like to know that you are promoting that Ukrainians are mediocre? I don’t agree, at least they can stand up for themselves, unlike (I won’t point a finger, you yourself will understand if the brain is in place).
      2. Твtvjag
        Твtvjag 15 February 2014 14: 37
        +5
        An immodest question, where was Robert Bartini born? ....
        1. FID
          FID 15 February 2014 14: 40
          +6
          Quote: Ettwag
          An immodest question, where was Robert Bartini born? ....

          Oh, really in Italy?
          1. Alex 241
            Alex 241 15 February 2014 14: 46
            +7
            By the way, the baron by origin. His so-called-red baron.
          2. Твtvjag
            Твtvjag 15 February 2014 15: 12
            +5
            Oh, and Sikorsky and Seversky, probably also a native of the United States, but I’m silent about Zvorykin.
          3. Твtvjag
            Твtvjag 15 February 2014 15: 25
            +4
            Robert Bartini was born on May 14, 1897 in the Austro-Hungarian city of Fiume (now the city of Rijeka in Croatia).
            1. FID
              FID 15 February 2014 15: 38
              +2
              Well, you’re a direct encyclopedist ... Nobody attacks Ukraine. I have enough friends in Kiev, it’s just that miracles are happening .. Don’t take it to heart, please!
          4. dmitrij.blyuz
            dmitrij.blyuz 15 February 2014 17: 32
            +7
            By the way, Bartini, a genius in aviation! In the 50s he created such schemes, which now lead to shock.
            1. Alex 241
              Alex 241 15 February 2014 17: 38
              +8
              The layout of the coaxial screws belongs to him. This effect was called the Bartini effect.
      3. cherkas.oe
        cherkas.oe 16 February 2014 14: 05
        +2
        Quote: Civil
        And most importantly, Antonov by birth has nothing to do with Ukraine!

        Listen, dear, what's the difference, Antonov, Antonyuk or Antonenko? Everyone who created aviation for our country had the most direct relation to it. Well, the fact that the collapse of our country has now occurred is our own fault, they allowed it, and now we are trying to find out how n-r-i = fools; who, to what and to whom, has more to do. And thus we confirm the common wisdom for all of us: - "It is better to lose with a smart than to find with a fool. hi
    2. kris
      kris 15 February 2014 11: 59
      +9
      Quote: invisible
      Does anyone know the electronica of Pogosyan, Putin, Yushchenko and Dima-iPhone? Send them a newsletter. Let them read, maybe conscience wakes up ....

      They have a conscience in Western banks, on deposits!
    3. Polovec
      Polovec 15 February 2014 19: 50
      +7
      Why didn’t they write about the AN-12? The most outstanding aircraft after the AN-2!
      1. Alex 241
        Alex 241 15 February 2014 19: 51
        +6
        So write, and we are happy to read.
    4. Fedya
      Fedya 16 February 2014 00: 08
      0
      Do not worry if they consider it necessary to report to them!
    5. dark_65
      dark_65 16 February 2014 07: 51
      0
      do not bother people. they are day. and baked nightly .. not sparing themselves laughing , to know more about what
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  3. AlNick
    AlNick 15 February 2014 08: 00
    +31
    "Five of Antonov's most successful planes" - I strongly disagree.
    I doubt the inclusion of the An-6 "Meteo" atmosphere sounding aircraft in their number, it is rather a successful conversion of the An-2 aircraft to perform special tasks.
    But the list of the most successful aircraft requires significant expansion, and this is likely almost all aircraft created in Antonov Design Bureau.
    For aircraft with piston engines:
    An-2, An-14 and their modifications.
    For turboprop aircraft:
    An-8. An-10, An-12, An-24, An-26 and their modifications, An-28, An-30, An-32 and probably An-3.
    More information on the history of aircraft created at the Antonov Design Bureau can be found in the book "History of Aircraft Designs in the USSR 1951-1965", following the footnote - http://www.airwar.ru/other/shawrov/htmls/glava01.html

    Well, for me, Antonov’s favorite plane is the An-12 ... hi drinks
    1. alexbg2
      alexbg2 15 February 2014 08: 10
      +7
      Quote: AlNick
      "Five of Antonov's most successful planes" - I strongly disagree.
      I doubt the inclusion of the An-6 atmosphere probe in their series

      I support. Obviously, instead of it there should be An-24 with modifications.
    2. Gamdlislyam
      Gamdlislyam 15 February 2014 09: 36
      +3
      Quote: AlNick
      "Antonov's five most successful aircraft" - I disagree categorically. I doubt the inclusion of the An-6 "Meteo" atmospheric sounding aircraft in their number, it is rather a successful conversion of the An-2 aircraft to perform special tasks.

      You are right, dear colleague Alexander, Antonov had many modifications (alterations) of the An-2 for various narrowly specialized tasks. The activities of Antonov Design Bureau, after moving from Novosibirsk to Kiev, began precisely with these modifications of different machines, from among the serial produced (including other design bureaus) for specific specific tasks.

      Quote: AlNick
      But the list of the most successful aircraft requires significant expansion, and it is rather almost all aircraft created in Antonov Design Bureau. For aircraft with piston engines: An-2, An-14 and their modifications. For aircraft with turboprop engines: An-8. An-10, An-12, An-24, An-26 and their modifications, An-28, An-30, An-32 and probably An-3.

      I would rather call the An-10 plane the most unsuccessful plane of Antonov O.K. This aircraft was launched into production a few months earlier than the IL-18 (being the first mass-produced passenger turboprop aircraft in the USSR), but it was also the first to be discontinued (Decree of the Council of Ministers of the USSR of 1961), and also the first to be decommissioned in Aeroflot ( 1972) after a series of disasters. In terms of the number of disasters and accidents, the An-10 lost the lead only to the Tu-104, but this machine was operated much longer. An-10s were mainly operated in the southern regions of the European part of the USSR (for the most part Ukraine and Moldova), and therefore it is surprising where the author found snowy airfields there.
      An-14 also attributed to the successful is not correct. This aircraft is rather narrowly specialized. It was produced for the armed forces of the USSR, but in the civil secret it was practically not used.
      An-28 is a different matter, but the wings of a politician cut this plane.
      1. avt
        avt 15 February 2014 09: 58
        +4
        Quote: Gamdlislyam
        , called the An-10 plane the most unsuccessful plane of Antonov O.K. This aircraft was launched into production a few months earlier than the IL-18 (being the first mass-produced passenger turboprop aircraft in the USSR), but it was also the first to be discontinued (Decree of the Council of Ministers of the USSR of 1961), and also the first to be decommissioned in Aeroflot ( 1972) after a series of disasters.

        That's right. Ratings are generally a crazy thing, but this one is just amazing, to say the least with respect to --- Author Irina Belozub ----, still a lady.
      2. 79057330785
        79057330785 28 March 2015 13: 40
        0
        I agree with the An-10, but I will object to the An-14. In the 70s, he repeatedly observed how small 2-keel airplanes were landing in Bykovo. Most likely they were "Bees"
      3. 79057330785
        79057330785 28 March 2015 13: 40
        0
        I agree with the An-10, but I will object to the An-14. In the 70s, he repeatedly observed how small 2-keel airplanes were landing in Bykovo. Most likely they were "Bees"
    3. svp67
      svp67 15 February 2014 10: 06
      +6
      Quote: AlNick
      Five of Antonov's most successful aircraft "- I strongly disagree.

      Categoricalness really can be argued ...
      An6 - maybe a good plane, but where to
      An24 and An72

      1. FID
        FID 15 February 2014 10: 53
        +10
        The direct descendant of the An-72/74 is the An-148/158. Common features are easily recognized ...
        1. FID
          FID 15 February 2014 10: 55
          +13
          The cockpit of this handsome man, the so-called "glass cockpit". Part of my job is maintenance and repair ..
          1. saturn.mmm
            saturn.mmm 15 February 2014 11: 29
            +4
            Quote: SSI
            The cockpit of this handsome man, the so-called "glass cockpit". Part of my job is maintenance and repair ..

            It turned out well in my opinion, always envied (for good) creative people. And will you do the cabin yourself on MS-21 or overseas specialists?
            1. FID
              FID 15 February 2014 11: 42
              +10
              Most likely, the French, the Thales company, but ... The fact is that the Yak-242 (MS-21), is still on paper. Irkut is preparing for production, but the aircraft control systems have not yet been agreed. The autopilot will be ours, and the helm control system will be French (in my opinion, savagery), now the French are with us, then ours is with the French. What happens is not clear ... Poghosyan generally considers the MS-21 a continuation of the superjet family. Maybe ... but I will not pessimize ...
              1. Alex 241
                Alex 241 15 February 2014 12: 01
                +3
                Hi Seryozha, but whose engines are ours, ours or Pratt's?
                1. Alex 241
                  Alex 241 15 February 2014 12: 11
                  +5
                  Seryozha comment on this please. Aviapribor-holding, a member of the Radioelectronic Technologies concern (KRET), has signed a contract with the Ministry of Industry and Trade worth 2,33 billion rubles for the manufacture of prototypes of on-board equipment for promising Russian aircraft.

                  The 21st century mainline aircraft (MS-21) will be equipped with an avionics complex based on avionics, the equipment for which Aviapribor Holding will make it. This complex implements a fundamentally new modes of navigation, piloting, display aircraft. In addition, modular avionics provides communication and signaling functions. MS-21 is a promising project for short-haul passenger aircraft. It is planned to create a family of liners: MS-21-200, MS-21-300 and MS-21-400, differing in length and passenger capacity - 150, 181, 212 seats, respectively. The MC-21-400 has a carrying capacity of 87230 kg, a wingspan of 38,6 m, and a flight range of 5500 km. The commissioning of the first aircraft of the MS-21 family and their certification are scheduled for 2016. The first production copy of the MC-21 aircraft will be released in 2017. According to plans, by 2020, the production of MC-21 aircraft should reach the planned targets and reach the level of 40 aircraft per year.

                  The equipment developed by KRET is planned to be offered for the multi-purpose transport aircraft MTA, Sukhoi Superjet NG, as well as for promising high-speed and light helicopters.

                  Tests will be carried out in 2014-2015. By 2016-2017, the share of domestic avionics in Russian promising aircraft will reach at least 70-80%. It is expected that the annual income of the manufacturer will be 25-30 billion rubles.

                  KRET managed to create a universal solution in the development of avionics complexes. Previously, airborne equipment was prepared for a specific aircraft model, and its adaptation to other types of aircraft was as expensive as the creation of a new complex. Today KRET offers a new equipment adaptation scheme for a specific type of aircraft, which will cost 15-20% of the cost of creating a basic complex.

                  In the future, KRET intends to supply onboard equipment of its production to large foreign manufacturers of aircraft. Foreign companies are already showing interest in a number of developed systems and devices. We are talking about vision systems, navigation aids, smart indicators and cabinets.
                  1. FID
                    FID 15 February 2014 13: 17
                    +10
                    So it is. Holding can do anything. The holding has made ALL avionics for the Yak-130, almost everything for the An-148/158 (with the exception of navigation, Collins is preferred), the emf and self-propelled guns for the an-70, sau-476 (the helm remains the same), emf-31 (for Mig -31). He developed an electronic control system and self-propelled guns for the Tu-22M and Tu-160 (for deep modernization of these machines). A lot of things have been done, the software for the IL-96 and Tu-204/214 / 204CM includes not only horizontal, but also vertical automatic navigation ... But on the MC-21 - such, as I described above, is a backstage fight. The customer is the UAC, whatever he wants, then he will do it. They wanted to take a few more transits 214 - the UAC refused, talking about the QMS in the UAC is dangerous for a career. So we live, there are developments - there are NO orders! This new adaptation scheme - this is the EDSU, adapts to ANY car, a very interesting thing, very.
                    1. Alex 241
                      Alex 241 15 February 2014 13: 21
                      +4
                      Serezha understood everything, thanks.
                2. FID
                  FID 15 February 2014 13: 05
                  +4
                  Quote: Alex 241
                  Hi Seryozha, but whose engines are ours, ours or Pratt's?

                  Hi Sanya! We are talking about the PS-14, or Pratt. If the Permians have time, or if everything will be honest ... Although the a / c themselves choose which motors.
                  1. Alex 241
                    Alex 241 15 February 2014 13: 13
                    +2
                    Quote: SSI
                    or if everything will be honest

                    This is the "reference" phrase.
    4. AVV
      AVV 15 February 2014 13: 45
      +4
      And why didn’t the hits of Antonov, An-124 and An-225 be indicated without them, the list fades !!! Ruslan and Mriya !!! Maybe because they were created later and without it !!! But Antonov’s school !!!
      1. FID
        FID 15 February 2014 13: 48
        +5
        Quote: AVV
        And why didn’t the hits of Antonov, An-124 and An-225 be indicated without them, the list fades !!! Ruslan and Mriya !!! Maybe because they were created later and without it !!! But Antonov’s school !!!

        You're right! But, maybe they are not mentioned because their fate ... There would be big series ...
        1. officer29
          officer29 15 February 2014 20: 50
          +1
          The just mentioned aircraft were designed with the direct participation of Antonov. He flew on An-24 and An-14. The most vivid impressions on "Pchelka"! good
    5. Alexander D.
      Alexander D. 15 February 2014 17: 31
      0
      the designer of the AN-12 was not Antonov, but Gelprin
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    7. Raven1972
      Raven1972 15 February 2014 19: 57
      +3
      Quote: AlNick
      Well, for me, Antonov’s favorite plane is the An-12 ...

      I love all Antonov’s planes, but the modest An-2 worker will remain the most beloved forever .... hi drinks
    8. Polovec
      Polovec 16 February 2014 00: 22
      +4
      AN-12! Hard worker! Brother! how much we all had !!! And in the heat and frost, it was always shitty in you! But you pulled us out of such asses, too, that now, as you recall a fairy tale! Thank you ! Love and appreciate you! It’s only amateurs who do not belong to the most outstanding. And you and I flew so much and drank that no one would be relatives!
  4. cahekmosa
    cahekmosa 15 February 2014 09: 31
    +1
    and Ruslan is generally unsuccessful? I do not agree with the article
    1. alexbg2
      alexbg2 15 February 2014 10: 04
      +1
      Quote: cahekmosa
      and Ruslan is generally unsuccessful? I do not agree with the article

      If you only attribute the rating of successful to OKB them. O.K. Antonov, and not to airplanes under the personal supervision of Oleg Konstantinovich.
      Although the plane was created during the life of Oleg Konstantinovich, but still it must be attributed to the achievements of the Antonov Design Bureau, with the chief and general designers V.I. Tolmachev and P.V. Balabuev.
    2. saturn.mmm
      saturn.mmm 15 February 2014 11: 39
      +2
      Quote: SSI
      Part of my job is

      Here's a picture of a Boeing 787 cockpit for comparison, no better.
      1. FID
        FID 15 February 2014 11: 55
        +5
        Totally agree with you! But, for some reason, many people think that we still have electromechanical devices ...
        1. saturn.mmm
          saturn.mmm 15 February 2014 12: 19
          +6
          Quote: SSI
          Totally agree with you! But, for some reason, many people think that we still have electromechanical devices ...

          Recently, a strong feeling that they are trying to convince us. that we are still basting cabbage soup with bast shoes and they are almost aliens.
          Your work on the Tu-204 good
          1. FID
            FID 15 February 2014 13: 21
            +16
            Yes, mine! Here I am on the left ...
            1. dmitrij.blyuz
              dmitrij.blyuz 15 February 2014 15: 45
              +4
              Luxurious cabin !!! It is a pity, we didn’t manage to work with such. Only "analogs" and switchgears. God give you more than you dream of! hi
              1. FID
                FID 15 February 2014 15: 51
                +5
                Quote: dmitrij.blyuz
                Luxurious cabin !!! It is a pity, we didn’t manage to work with such. Only "analogs" and switchgears. God give you more than you dream of! hi

                From the analogue and the shooter he himself began ... PNP, PKP - probably familiar names, ABSU of various modifications ..
                1. dmitrij.blyuz
                  dmitrij.blyuz 15 February 2014 16: 14
                  +3
                  hi Not just acquaintances! There was a time and in ABSU-154 fumbled like a fisherman in fish. Navigation and command are the way I tidied up. BTsVM TU-22m3.MSRP-64. SARPP-12D1M. This, in due time, was my hobbyhorse. Gyroscopic the equipment is the same. Eh! I envy you! Happy man. Always on the rise. hi
                  1. FID
                    FID 15 February 2014 16: 23
                    +11
                    Now less often. I’m going to print ... And so, Tu-160 from the stage of the Chief Designer, I saw the first car from Kazan to Priluki, Il-96-300 / -400 from the beginning of operation, Tu-204/214 / 204СМ, An-148/158 , Yak-130. MS-21 - I don’t know if I will survive. But I arranged a son for myself, I pass on the experience slowly ..
                    1. dmitrij.blyuz
                      dmitrij.blyuz 15 February 2014 16: 36
                      +5
                      You will live and not only! You will still put the Yak-242 on the wing! You, Techies, just with a capital letter, there is not much left. So: you have to not only live and pass on experience, but also put our Russian planes on the wing. Pogosyan and Manturov-not eternal. We, techies, from "century to century!"
                      1. FID
                        FID 15 February 2014 16: 39
                        +4
                        Thank! I also hope that our aircraft will still take wing!
                    2. dmitrij.blyuz
                      dmitrij.blyuz 15 February 2014 17: 29
                      +1
                      What can I say. Nothing! You, just TECHNAR! One of the Highest classes of Aviation! White bone! I want to delve into these masterpieces myself. But time has passed. Only memories have remained. Raise the 242nd. Irkutsk has very big plans for him. And it’s with PD-14!
                    3. studentmati
                      studentmati 15 February 2014 23: 25
                      +4
                      Quote: SSI
                      But I arranged a son for myself, I pass on the experience slowly.


                      And this is the most correct!

                      Quote: SSI
                      I also hope that our aircraft will still take wing!


                      Of course, it will, it all depends on us!
  5. efeer
    efeer 15 February 2014 09: 44
    +1
    Maybe the An-10 is successful in terms of design features, but in terms of material selection, it is very sad. Everyone knows the catastrophe caused by the cracking of the material of the supporting structures of the wing, which caused the rapid decommissioning of these aircraft. But the fact that the 24th with modifications is not on this list is very strange ... and perhaps it would be worth attributing IL-76, all the same, after all, Antonov Design Bureau was involved in its creation.
  6. Fitter65
    Fitter65 15 February 2014 10: 20
    +6
    Not an article but ... An-2 is yes, but An-6? Where is the An-12 still plowing the fifth ocean, where is the ubiquitous An-24/26 with its modifications? ... By the way, the first production An-2s were released in Novosibirsk...
  7. 1c-inform-city
    1c-inform-city 15 February 2014 11: 15
    +7
    If we take only the aircraft that are associated precisely with Antonov and have made the largest contribution to the development of our air transport network, I would single out An-2, An-12, An-24, An-22. And of course everyone has their own rating.
  8. dmitrij.blyuz
    dmitrij.blyuz 15 February 2014 13: 40
    +3
    My view on the rating: An-2 is really an airplane-era. Even in frost, well over 30, with dead batteries, they used the "boots" method at launch! An-12. A hard worker and not only in VTA. Buzzing "bee" -An -fourteen. Well, An-14/24 does not need advertising. An-26. And nowadays it looks impressive. And in general, it's a plus.
    1. Alex 241
      Alex 241 15 February 2014 13: 59
      +3
      Quote: dmitrij.blyuz
      Well, An-24/26 in p
      Dim hi "Fantomas" it's cool even now! Especially with the general's salon laughing sofa, chairs, beauty!
      1. dmitrij.blyuz
        dmitrij.blyuz 15 February 2014 15: 17
        +1
        Sasha! My homage! Hello! Once I saw such a board in Irkutsk. In the early 90's, the Commission slammed to check the division of the Strategic Missile Forces. So, in our technicals, we could only enter the cabin with caution — not to break something! wassat Great side! goodStill advertised the 26th! Customers are flying! How will we kick back? But seriously, this car would still fly and fly. Even a good pepelats! good
        1. Alex 241
          Alex 241 15 February 2014 15: 26
          +2
          Quote: dmitrij.blyuz
          Dyuzhe lucky pepelats!
          Yes, just a cool whack! We flew on this (it was with the general’s salon) several times to Alma-Ata. Like adult boys! laughing
          1. dmitrij.blyuz
            dmitrij.blyuz 15 February 2014 17: 39
            +2
            good Well, do not pin!
          2. aviator65
            aviator65 15 February 2014 21: 44
            0
            Several times flew on it Krasnoyarsk - Igarka, Irkutsk-Ust-Kut. Cool!!!
            1. Alex 241
              Alex 241 15 February 2014 21: 49
              0
              Well, that Alexey pulled himself up. Hi Lesh. Exactly Aviation Day! laughing
  9. kirpich
    kirpich 15 February 2014 15: 02
    0
    Quote: svp67
    Quote: AlNick
    Five of Antonov's most successful aircraft "- I strongly disagree.

    Categoricalness really can be argued ...
    An6 - maybe a good plane, but where to
    An24 and An72




    Indeed, how can one argue with evolution.
    http://kollektsiya.ru/samoleti/147-an-225-mriya-mechta-transportnyj-samoljot-sve

    rkhbolshoj-gruzopod-jomnosti.html

    And even more so with the "DREAM"
  10. dmitrij.blyuz
    dmitrij.blyuz 15 February 2014 15: 29
    +1
    Well, with the exception of the 24th, these are no longer Oleg Konstantinovich’s cars. And the conversation is only about his design thoughts. Although the 74th and 124th (Ruslan), 225 (Mriya) are not just worthy of respect. These are cars -fiction, created in reality. That's just their future is quite foggy. request
  11. Andy
    Andy 15 February 2014 16: 02
    +2
    Well, I don’t know about the bee, but getting around the An-24 is strange to say the least
  12. dmitrij.blyuz
    dmitrij.blyuz 15 February 2014 17: 45
    0
    Exactly! An-6 little-known machine. Well, already the 24th! Flies all over the ball!
    1. Gamdlislyam
      Gamdlislyam 15 February 2014 19: 06
      +1
      Quote: dmitrij.blyuz
      Exactly! An-6 little-known car

      This machine was made in one copy in Novosibirsk in 1948. During the test flights was seriously damaged. By 1950, it was restored. The aircraft, designated An-2ZA (atmospheric probe) or An-6, in December 1951 satisfactorily passed tests at the Air Force Research Institute. This is the story of this aircraft and ends.
  13. voliador
    voliador 15 February 2014 20: 42
    0
    We now lack such machines as the An-2. Although other classes too. Zagnobili civil aircraft.
  14. PValery53
    PValery53 15 February 2014 21: 54
    0
    Once in my life I flew an An-2 and jumped from it with a parachute. I felt safer when I landed on a parachute than in a "cornfield" in air holes (there were insidious urges). He also flew An-24, Yak-40, Il-18. On the An-24, when the landing gear is released, the height is sharply lost, which is why you slightly lose confidence.
  15. rocketman
    rocketman 15 February 2014 22: 38
    +1
    Well, again 25.
    Just on TV channel Inter (Ukraine) they showed a story about disrupting the test schedule of the an-70, and the main fault is put on the Russian side, which does not fulfill its obligations and does not even respond to written requests from the Ukrainian side. Damned politics will ruin a unique plane again. am
  16. xomaNN
    xomaNN 16 February 2014 20: 04
    +1
    In addition to An-2 and An-22, the other three mentioned in the article are "slightly far-fetched" (IMHO) There were much more successful aircraft in the Antonov design bureau. And the designer Antonov himself is a lump, a well-educated person, a bold extraordinary aircraft designer and even an artist. Unfortunately, his followers, the current leaders of the design bureau, are birds of a much lower flight sad
  17. garik77
    garik77 17 February 2014 20: 34
    0
    Quote: invisible
    Does anyone know the electronica of Pogosyan, Putin, Yushchenko and Dima-iPhone? Send them a newsletter. Let them read, maybe conscience wakes up ....

    Do you have Poghosyan? He seems to have set himself the goal of keeping alive only Sukhoi Design Bureau ..
  18. lelik613
    lelik613 5 June 2021 10: 27
    0
    Нашел занятное. на Дзене, в статье о модельках от "Звезды"
    https://zen.yandex.ru/media/newsmodel/svershilos-chudo-zvezda-sprosila-mnenie-modelistov-sherman-t44-scuka-ferdinand-i-drugie-novinki-dnia-60830986c17d7f239e52862d?&utm_campaign=dbr
    нашел чертежи Noorduyn Norseman

    "Меня терзают смутные сомнения"(с) небезызвестный управдом
    Видимо что то носилось в атмосфере этакое...делающее похожим. Может мода?