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Antonov An-30

The Antonov An-30 is a twin-engined photographic / survey aircraft by the Soviet design bureau OKB Antonov (today Antonov ASTC, Ukraine).

The An-30 is a development of the Antonov An-24. The An-30 is equipped with an additional turbojet engine Tumanski RU-19A-30 with 8,8 kN (1978 lbf) thrust.

 

Specifications for the Antonov An-30
Crew 5 to 7  
Propulsion 2 Turboprop Engines  
Engine Model Ivchenko AI-24WT / AI-24VT  
Engine Power (each) 2075 kW 2783 shp
Speed 541 km/h 292 kts
      336 mph
Service Ceiling 8.400 m 27.559 ft
Range 2.600 km 1.404 NM
    1.616 mi.
Empty Weight 15.990 kg 35.252 lbs
max. Takeoff Weight 23.000 kg 50.706 lbs
Wing Span 29,20 m 95 ft 10 in
Wing Area 75,0 m² 807 ft²
Length 24,26 m 79 ft 7 in
Height 8,32 m 27 ft 4 in
First Flight 21.08.1967  
Production Status out of production  
Total Production 123  
Developed from An-24  
ICAO Code AN30  
IATA Code A30  
NATO Code Clank  
Data for (Version) Antonov / Antonow An-30A  
Variants An-24FK, An-30A, An-30B, An-30D  

Aircraft lost, damaged and hijacked:
Date Aircraft type Reg. Airline Location Fatal Cat.
04-Jun-16 Antonov 30A-100 TN-AHP South Stone Airlines Yambio Airport 0 damaged
31-Aug-15 Antonov 30D   Lukiaviatrans Keperveyem A... 0 damaged
22-Mar-92 Antonov 30A CCCP-30002 Myachkovo Avia near Nizhneyansk 10 crashed