Antonov

Taqnia An-132: the curious tale of Saudi Antonovs

In 2015, Saudi Arabia announced its first domestically manufactured aircraft, the Antonov An-132. But the program was quick to encounter turbulence....


Antonov and Canada to jointly produce transport aircraft?

Antonov negotiates with Canada to facilitate the modernization of AN-74TK-200....


Investigators suspect icing caused An-28 engines failure

Preliminary findings indicate that the Siberian Light Aviation Antonov An-28 that crashed near Tomsk suffered a failure of both engines due to icing....


Missing Antonov An-28 found in Siberia

An Antonov An-28 airplane disappeared from radar on a flight between Kedrovo and Tomsk, western Siberia, Russia. 17 people were reportedly on board....


Russian investigators blame foggy weather for Antonov An-26 crash

Russian investigators say the foggy weather is to blame for the deadly crash of Kamchatka Aviation Antonov An-26 turboprop, which took 28 lives.   ...


Rescuers find Antonov An-26 wreckage, confirm no survivor

Rescuers find the wreckage of the crashed Antonov An-26 aircraft, confirming that none of the 28 people onboard survived the accident.  ...


South Sudan bans Antonov An-26 flights after propeller falls mid-air

The Civil Aviation Authority of South Sudan temporarily bans all air carriers from operating Antonov AN-26 aircraft.  ...


Antonov makes planes again: four An-178s in production after years-long break

Ukrainian aircraft manufacturer Antonov announced that four An-178s are to be under construction in 2021, putting an end to a years-long gap in production....


Antonov to design indigenous heavy strike drone for Ukraine

Antonov met with the Ukrainian government to discuss the development of a domestic heavy strategic strike and reconnaissance unmanned aerial vehicle...


UIA offers flights over Chernobyl and Antonov home base

Ukraine International Airlines is now offering sightseeing flights over the Chernobyl power plant and the Antonov factory, home of the An-225 Mriya....