Sukhoi Aircraft

The Sukhoi Su-80 (formerly known as the Sukhoi S-80) is a Russian twin-turboprop, twin-boom STOL transport aircraft.

Sukhoi Su-80 STOL


The Su-80 program was supposed to start in the late 1990s, but due to lack of funds, it was postponed for several years. A prototype of the combined Freight/Passenger Su-80GP was built and its first flight was planned for early 1998, but the program was delayed again. The first flight of the prototype was at the 2001 MAKS in Moscow issued Zhukovsky.


On the fourth September 2001, Igor Wotinzew started with the prototype, 82911, on his first flight. In early 2006, the Su-80 entered production in the KnAAPO factory in Komsomolsk-on-Amur.

The first model of the turboprop transporter Sukhoi S-80 was shown at the 46th Paris International Air and Space Show, 2005.[1] The plane is being developed by Sukhoi OKB and the aircraft factory in Komsomolsk/Amur under the "konversija" program. The aircraft is intended to replace the An-24/26, An-28 and Yak-40, and to compete with the Antonov An-38 . The design of the machine is very similar to the Scaled Composites ATTT and the Rockwell OV-10. It has three lift-generating surfaces: the primary wings; two fins at the rear of the fuselage which join the booms to the fuselage; and the horizontal stabilizer which joins the two vertical fins at the rear of the booms. Two General Electric CT7-9B turboprop engines are housed in bays at the front of the tail booms.


The sleek hull offers space for 30 passengers, and a "beaver-tail" cargo ramp is fitted at the rear of the fuselage, which allows for easy loading and unloading of cargo.

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Eight aircraft from the second production (first definitive) batch are earmarked for delivery to customers.


Commercial orders

Blagoveshchensk Airlines, Chukotavia, Dalavia, the Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky Air Enterprise, and Polar Airlines have all signed preliminary agreements for the acquirement of the type. The KnAAPO factory airline is expected to be the Su-80s first operator.


Sukhoi Su-80 STOL

Military orders

The Kazakhstan Border Guards have tentatively ordered ten Su-80s, while the Chinese People's Liberation Army Air Force, Jordanian Air Force, Royal Malaysian Air Force, Indonesian Air Force and Republic of Korea Air Force have all expressed interest.

  • History

    Role  Stol Transport aircraft


    Manufacturer Sukhoi

    First flight 4 September 2001

    Status In service

    Primary user Kazakh Federal Border Guards

    Number built 8

  • Primary User

    Crew: 2

    Capacity: 30

    Length: 18.26 m (59 ft 10 in)

    Wingspan: 23.18 m (76 ft 4 in)

    Height: 5.74 m (18 ft 8 in)

    Wing area: 44.36 m² (477 ft²)

    Empty weight: 8,350 kg (18,408 lb)

    Max. takeoff weight: 14,200 kg (31,305 lb)

    Powerplant: 2 × General Electric CT7-9B turboprop, 1,305 kW (1,750 hp) each


  • Variants

    Never exceed speed: 575 km/h (358 mph; 311 kn)

    Maximum speed: 470 km/h (292 mph; 254 kn)

    Cruise speed: 430 km/h (267 mph; 232 kn)

    Range: 1,300 km (810 mi; 700 nmi) with 30 passengers

    Service ceiling: 8,000 m (25,000 ft)

    Takeoff run: 830 m

    Landing run: 530 m


Sukhoi SU-80 STOL


The Sukhoi Su-80 (formerly known as the Sukhoi S-80) is a Russian twin-turboprop, twin-boom STOL transport aircraft.


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