(from the article `flight, history of`) The Soviet Union produced an aircraft of similar versatility, the Antonov AN-2. With its 1,000-horsepower radial engine, the AN-2 possessed a ...
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The Antonov AN-2 (NATO codename Colt) is a Soviet single-engined general purpose biplane developed in 1947 as a STOL transport, entering service in 1950. The AN-2 is a unequal-span single-bay biplane powered by a Ash-62 IR nine-cylinder radial air-cooled engine providing a top speed of 247 kmh and a range of 1480 km depending upon payload. The AN-2...
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