|Length||11.9 cm||4.7 in||Approx|
|Wingspan||14.6 cm||5.7 in||Approx|
- Constructed with metal and plastic components
- Undercarriage fixed extended
- Display stand included.
AviaBoss A2026 – 1/200 Scale Antonov An-32B, s/n 48061, United Nations
AviaBoss diecast model A2026 replicates in 1/200 scale the Antonov An-32B of serial number 48061 in United Nation’s livery, circa 1992
The Antonov An-32 (NATO reporting name: Cline) is a Russian twin-engined turboprop medium transport aircraft. It first flew on July 9, 1976, entering service during 1984 with the Indian Air Force. Developed from the An-26 with more powerful engines, mounted above the wing, allowing larger diameter propellers, improving hot and high altitude airfield performance: a larger tail assembly and increased MTOW. Produced in several variants, military and airliner, exported to several nations, produced ended in 1996 with 358 airframes built.
The airframe is an all-metal structure mainly of aluminium alloy with “Bimetal” (duralumin-titanium) to portions of the fuselage to protect from damage on unpaved airfields. The fuselage is a semi-monocoque design with a rear cargo door and loading ramp stowed under the fuselage. The wings are a high mounted tapered cantilevered design with a conventional single-fin tail assembly and retractable tricycle undercarriage. The flight crew consists of four; two pilots, a flight engineer, and a loadmaster; the cabin carries up to 50 passengers or 7,500 kg (16,535 lb) of cargo.
The An-32 uses two Ivchenko-Progress AI-20 Turboprop engines mounted atop of each wing, driving four-bladed constant-speed propellers. The An-32 has a cruise speed of 470 km/h (292mph), a service ceiling of 9,500 m (31,200 ft) and a range of 2,500 km (1,600 mi).