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Antonov An-124 Ruslan (Condor)
Official Designation An-124 Ruslan
NATO Code Name Condor
U.S. Counterpart Lockheed C-5 Galaxy (1968)
Primary Role Massive strategic airlift
National Origin Ukriane
Manufacturer Antonov Design Bureau
Wingspan 240 feet, 6 inches (73.3m)
Length 226 feet, 8 inches (69.1m)
Height at Tail 68 feet, 2 inches (20.78m)
Cargo Hold Length: 118 feet (35.97m);
Width: 21 feet (6.4m);
Height: 14 feet, 5 inches (4.39m)
Armament None
Engines Four Lotarev D-18T turbofans
Thrust 51,650 pounds (229.75kN) per engine
Cruise Speed 497 mph (800km/h)
Max Speed 537 mph (865km/h)
Range (w/ max payload) 2,430 nm (4,500km)
Range (w/ max fuel) 8,900 nm (16,500km)
Service Ceiling 35,000 feet (11,000m)
Operating Weight Unknown
Max Payload 330,693 pounds (150,000kg)
Max Takeoff Weight 892,872 pounds (405,000kg)
Basic Crew Seven
Date Deployed 1986
Total in Service Unknown
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