Antonov/PZL Mielec An-2
The A 2 was initially intended to meet a USSR Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry necessity, and flew for the first time on August 31 1947.
Entering generation and administration the accompanying year, Antonov manufactured A 2s were controlled by 745kw (1000hp) Ash62 radials. Soviet generation proceeded through to the mid sixties by which time various variations had been produced, including the base model A 2p, A 2s and 2m yield sprayers, A 2va water assault plane, A 2m floatplane and the A 2za high height meteorological examination flying machine.
Generation obligation was exchanged to Poland's PZL Mielec in the 1960s, with the first case flying on October 23 1960. Aside from the A 2p, Polish renditions incorporate the A 2pk VIP transport, A 2pr for TV hand-off work, A 2s emergency vehicle, A 2td paratroop transport, A 2p payload/traveler form, A 2 Geofiz geophysical review rendition, traveler A 2t and A 2tp, and farming A 2r.
Chinese creation as the Y5 initiated with Nanchang in 1957, preceding being exchanged to the Shijiazhuang Aircraft Manufacturing Company. The fundamental Chinese adaptation is the standard Y5n, while the most recent improvement is the Y5b master ag air ship, which first flew in June 1989.
An Antonov fabricated turboprop controlled variant, the A 3, flew in model structure in the early 1980s fueled by a 706kw (946shp) Omsk (Mars) Tvd10, however did not enter creation.
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