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Antonov An-28 FSX-A & P3D



Author Vadim Duplishev, Radek Koterbski
Size 140 MB Created 30-11-2012 03:49:24 3D Virtual Cockpit
Downloads 21 048 Views 10 490 Changed 30-11-2012 23:38:27 Compatible DirectX10 License Freeware external
Add-on compatible with FSX-Acc & FSX-Steam & Prepar3D v1 (v2 & 3 to test)

Add-on of significant quality with VC in HD and many textures and models. Read the manual. Compatible with FSX SP2 or ACCELERATION and Prepar3D.

Currently, the project consist 3 versions of the An-28 in 9 liveries, all of them with TWD10/PZL10S engines and 3-bladed propeller :

- Antonov An-28 in Aeroflot airline livery (DPL's version)
- Antonov An-28 in Alrosa airline livery (DPL's version)
- PZL An-28 in Djibuti Air Forces livery
- PZL An-28 reg no EP-827, in Peru Armed Forces livery - 811 BAT
- PZL An-28 in Georgia Air Forces livery (unfinished)
- PZL An-28 reg no SP-AWR (SkyDive.waw.pl), "Don Antonio" livery
- PZL An-28 reg no PZ-TSV, in Blue Wing airline livery (it crashed in RL)
- PZL An-28TD Bryza, mil reg no 0723 in Polish Air Forces „old" livery
- PZL M28B Bryza-1R, mil reg no 1017, in special mixed english-polish livery linked to 60-anniversary of the Battle Of Atlantic

The Antonov An-28 (NATO designation Cash) is a twin-engined light transport aircraft, developed from the Antonov An-14. He was the winner of a competition which opposed the Beriev Be-30 for use by Aeroflot airliner as short haul. It made ​​its first flight in 1969.

A total of 191 units were produced and 68 of them are in airlines.

After a short pre-production series built by Antonov, It was built under license in Poland by PZL Mielec. In 1993, PZL developed its own variant improved: PZL M-28 Skytruck. (Wikipedia)

Author Vadim Duplishev, Radek Koterbski
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