An-140-100 aircraft delivered to Russian Navy
A new An-140-100 transport aircraft has been delivered to the Russian Navy's Pacific Fleet, the Russian Ministry of Defence announced on 17 February.
The aircraft is capable of transporting 52 passengers and cargo over ranges of up to 3,700km.
The An-140-100 is equipped with two turboprop engines, and can take-off and land on rough airstrips.
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