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Compare Aircraft Results - Antonov An-2 (Colt) vs Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk

Comparison of the Antonov An-2 (Colt) Single-Engine Biplane Utility Aircraft and the Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk Medium-Lift Transport Helicopter.

Compare Aircraft Results - Antonov An-2 (Colt) vs Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk

Comparison of the Antonov An-2 (Colt) Single-Engine Biplane Utility Aircraft and the Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk Medium-Lift Transport Helicopter.

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Antonov An-2 (Colt)
Sikorsky UH-60L Black Hawk
Crew
2
2
Production
18,000 units [Diff.+15,375]
2,625 units [Diff.-15,375]
Length
40.68 ft (12.40 m) [Diff.-9.38 ft]
50.07 ft (15.26 m) [Diff.+9.38 ft]
Width
59.71 ft (18.20 m) [Diff.+6.04 ft]
53.67 ft (16.36 m) [Diff.-6.04 ft]
Height
13.45 ft (4.10 m) [Diff.+1.12 ft]
12.34 ft (3.76 m) [Diff.-1.12 ft]
Empty Wt.
7,275 lb (3,300 kg) [Diff.-4,242 lb]
11,517 lb (5,224 kg) [Diff.+4,242 lb]
MTOW
12,125 lb (5,500 kg) [Diff.-12,375 lb]
24,500 lb (11,113 kg) [Diff.+12,375 lb]
Power
1 x Shvetsov ASh-62IR 9-cylinder supercharged radial piston engine developing 1,000 horsepower.
2 x General Electric T700-GE-701C turboshaft engines developing 1,800 shaft horsepower while driving a four-blade main rotor and four-blade tail rotor.
Speed
160 mph (258 kph) [Diff.-22 mph]
183 mph (294 kph) [Diff.+22 mph]
Range
525 miles (845 km) [Diff.+162 miles]
363 miles (584 km) [Diff.-162 miles]
Ceiling
14,764 ft (4,500 m) [Diff.-4,232 feet]
18,996 ft (5,790 m) [Diff.+4,232 feet]
Armament
Typically none. Some may be fitted with defensive machine guns. Crews may carry individual weapons while other An-2s modified for dropping bombs as needed.
OPTIONAL: External Stores Support System (ESSS) offering up to four hardpoints.

2 x 7.62mm General Purpose Machine Guns (GPMGs) on side-facing cabin pintle mounts.

Also:
16 x Hellfire Anti-Tank Guided Missiles (ATGMs).
2 x External 230 gallon fuel tanks.
2 x External 450 gallon fuel tanks.
2 x GAU-19 12.7mm Gatling Guns.
2 x M240H 7.62mm GPMGs.
Mine Dispersal Systems.

SPECIAL OPERATIONS BLACKHAWK (MH-60L DAP):
2 x M134D Gatling Guns (fixed, forward-firing or at door mountings).
2 x 2.75" FFAR rocket pods.
1 x 30mm chain gun.
Relative Size Comparison
NOTES: Shapes below depict aircraft from wingtip-to-wingtip / nose-to-tail assuming aircraft are being viewed from overhead perspective (the nose pointing towards the top of your screen). Helicopter widths include main rotor diameter. If any dimensional values are "NA" in our database then the presented shapes will appear skewed.
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Antonov An-2 (Colt)
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Sikorsky UH-60L Black Hawk
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