Technical data
Type An-14M
Function Transport
Year 1969
Crew 2
Engines 2*810hp TVD-650 turboprop
Fuel consumption (take-off) 280g/hp/hour
Fuel consumption (cruise) ?g/hp/hour
Length 13.0m
Height 4.6m
Wingspan 22.0m
Wing area 39.7m2
Empty weight 3500kg
Loaded weight (normal) 5600kg
Wing Load (kg/m2) 141
Power load (kg/hp) 3.46
Cruising Speed at 2000m 304km/h
Maximum Speed 350km/h
Landing Speed ?km/h
Landing Roll 200m
Takeoff Roll 215m
Operational Range 1000km
Service Ceiling 6000m
Fuel ?kg
Cabin size 3.1x1.53x1.6m3
Seats 15
Cargo ?kg

An-14M by O.K.Antonov 'Clod'

Turboprop development of the An-14 STOL transport. Flown first time in Kiev (September 1969) by V.Terskij, An-14M passed trials in the middle 1972. Except the cabin stretch (both forward and backward), the tail unit was redesigned again. One of intermediate configurations had retractable landing gear, but weigh drawback and reliability concerns resulted in revert to the original fixed type.

Like its predecessor, An-14M was also built following variants:




  • "Russian aircraft since 1940" by Jean Alexander, p.41-42;
  • Antonov page
  • An-14/28

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