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ANTONOV AN-14 PCHELKA
PROJECT FOR SALE

We have just one AN-14 Project Aircraft on our books for sale in generally quite poor overall condition.  See the details below and contact us for more information on the schedule of availability.

An-14, Based Ukraine

ANTONOV AN-14 PCHELKA PROJECT 
BACKGROUND& OVERVIEW

AIRCRAFT TYPE

Antonov An-14 Pchelka, 8-Seat Passenger / Cargo, 2x Ivchenko AI-14RF 300hp 9-cylinder radial engines.  Sometimes referred to as the "Little Bee".  For some reason the An-14 was aimed at replacing the An-2 and failed to do so.  This is no real surprise given that it is an entirely different category of aircraft in our view.

OVERVIEW

This An-14 is currently in Ukraine and based at a dormant site in an Eastern region.  Clearly, you can see that the aircraft is in many pieces with the vast majority of components required for rebuild already present.  We can locate all of the replacement parts necessary to rebuild this aircraft and bring it back to its original state.

BACKGROUND

The Antonov An-14 Pchelka is a Soviet utility aircraft first flown in 1958.  It was a twin-engined light STOL utility transport aircraft with two 300 hp Ivchenko AI-14RF radial piston engines.

Production ran from 1966 to 1972 with over 300 units built.  The An-14 was succeeded by the An-28 with turboprop engines and it is still manufactured at PZL Mielec factories in Poland under the names PZL M28 Skytruck and PZL M28B Bryza.

With very stable flight characteristics, the An-14 could be flown by most after a few hours of basic training and had impressive STOL capabilities. A small number of An-14's remain airworthy and are mostly in private hands.

THE PROJECT AS IT IS NOW

AN AN-14 WHEN COMPLETE

These images provide an indication of  a complete An-14 and are for illustrative purposes only

  • ORIGINAL MANUFACTURER: Poland PZL, Mielec

    CATEGORY: Passenger Transport / Cargo

    CURRENT LOCATION: Ukraine


    PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS


    Max level: 260km/h

    Cruise: 185km/h

    Range: 850m/1,370km

    Take-off run: 320m, ~1060ft

    Landing distance: 185m, ~610ft


    WEIGHTS:


    Empty weight: 3450kg

    MTOW: 5,500kg; 

    Useful load: 2,050kg

    Pilots/Passengers: 2/12


    FUEL DETAILS: 


    Fuel Type: AvGas

    Fuel Capacity: 1,200 litres

    Duration: ~6-7hrs

  • AIRFRAME DETAILS:


    Year: 1969

    TTSN: 4,050 hrs

    SMOH: 460 hrs


    ENGINE DETAILS:


    Year: 1969

    Type: ASh-62IR, 987hp 9-cylinder radial

    Weight: 568kg (1,250lbs)

    TTSN: 2,860 hrs

    SMOH: 60 hrs

    TBO: 440 hrs


    PROPELLER DETAILS: 


    Year: 1968

    Type: AW-2 4-blade, Variable Pitch

    TTSN: 854 hrs

    SMOH: 354 hrs

    TBO: 146 hrs



CONTACT ADDRESSES

UK SALES OFFICE
Mr Alex Berry, Director
20-22 Wenlock Street
London, N1 7GU
United Kingdom

Office hours: 09:00-17:30 GMT
Mobile: +44 (7475) 220 029 (English)
Email: [email protected]

UKRAINIAN OFFICE
Mr Sergei Aleksandrov, Director, Yak-aviation
ul. Aeroflotskaya
Kharkov, 61031
Ukraine

Office hours: 09:00-17:30 EEST
Mobile: +38 (5777) 54553 (Russian)
Email: [email protected]

Whether you are looking for small parts, an aircraft, cockpit cowlings, propeller blades, parachutes, cockpit glass, undercarriage legs, doors or any other part for a Russian or Eastern European aircraft then why not give us a try.


If we do not carry the stock you are looking for, our extensive network of contacts through Ukraine, Russia and Poland can be conveniently tapped to locate what you are looking for.


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