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AN-148

 

An-148-100A

An-148-100B

An-148-100E

Dimensions

wing span (m)

28,91

overall length (m)

29,13

overall height (m)

8,19

wing area (m2)

87,32

Engines

type

High bypass D-436-148 turbo fans

quantity

2

max takeoff thrust (kg)

2 ? 6830

compliance with  ICAO standards

Ch. IV, Annex 16

Weight and Volume

max takeoff weight  (t)

38,550

41,550

43,700

max payload (t)

9,0

max fuel tanks capacity (t)

12050/11930

Performance Characteristics

cruising speed (km/h)

800 - 870

max payload range (km)

2100

3500

4400

cruising flight altitude (m)

12200

average fuel consumption (kg/h)

1550

1600

1650

required concrete runway length (m)

1560

1800

1885

operating temperature range
(on ground)

-55 + 45

ICAO landing category

I, II, IIIA

Crew and Passengers

flight crew

2+2

passengers

85 (seat pitch 30)

Design and Operational Life

calendar

30 years

flight cycles

60000

40000

30000

flight hours

80000

Version Passenger Capacity Range (km)
An-148-100A 70-80 2000-3000
An-148-100B (basic version) 70-80 3000-4000
An-148-100 70-80 4000-5100
n-148-1001 (extended range version) 40-55 6000-7000
n-148-1002 (VIP version) 10-30 7500-8500
An-148-200A (stretched-fuselage version) 90-100 2000-3000
An-148-200B (stretched-fuselage version) 90-100 3500-4500
AN-148-100 AN-148-200
A B E E1 E2 A B
Passenger capacity 75 pax 75 pax 75 pax 40 pax 10 pax 100 pax 100 pax
Range 2200 km 3600 km 5100 km 7000 km 8700 km 2200 km 3500 km
Maximum fuel load 12100 kg
Speed 820-870 km/h
Flight altitude 11000-11600 m
Required RW length 1750-2300 m 2000-2100 m
Aerodrome elevation up to 3000 m
Operating temperature range -55...+45C
Fuel consumption 1454 kg/h 1690 kg/h 1770 kg/h
Fuel efficiency 24.0 g/pax 22.2 g/pax 22.1 g/pax
Landing category II, IIIA
Community noise level Chapter IV
Maximum 37130 kg 39900 kg 43050 kg 13100 kg 46170 kg



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