Be-14 Search and rescue aircraft. First flight: 1969

  


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The Be-14 was created as a search and rescue aircraft based on the Be-12. The only prototype, successfully completed the tests, but did was not launched series / production due to limited financial capabilities, according to other sources, the only Be-14 was disposed of.

 

The first prototypePreparation of flight tests, Taganrog

The first prototype / Preparation of flight tests, Taganrog

 


TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

DESIGNER
OKB Beriev
COUNTRY
Russia
TYPE
Search and rescue aircraft
CREW
6
POWER-PLANT
Two turboprop engine, Progress ΑΙ-20D
Power h.p.
2 x 5.180
DIMENSIONS
 
Length, m
30,11
Height, m
7,94
Wing span, m
29,84
Wing area, m2
99,00
WEIGHT
 
Normal take-off, kg
29.000
Empty aircraft, kg
24.000
Maximum take-off, kg
35.500
Internal fuel, kg
9.000
PERFORMANCE
 
Maximum speed, km/h
540
Cruising speed, km/h
465
Service ceiling, m
8.000
Range, km
3.300
Combat range, km
650
Payload, kg in normal variant 15 passengers or max 29 passengers.