The Antonov An-14 (NATO designation: Clod) was a post-war Soviet light transport aircraft in the high-wing configuration. The drive was provided by two radial motors Ivchenko AI-14 RF with a power of 300 hp. The flight of the prototype took place in March 1958, and serial production continued in the years 1966-1972. As a result, approximately 330 aircraft of this type were created. The An-14 was developed at the Antonov Design Bureau as a successor to the wildly popular An-2. Unlike its predecessor, it was a monoplane, powered by two engines, with a completely new hull and structure. It was characterized by good flight properties, it was cheap to produce, and above all, it was extremely easy to fly, which made it very popular with pilots flying it. The machine was replaced relatively quickly by the much more perfect and modern An-28, already powered by turboprop engines. An-14 planes were used by several countries, including: the USSR, Bulgaria and Mongolia.
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