Algeria; Bangladesh; Bosnia and Herzegovina; Brazil; Bulgaria; Cape Verde; Chile; Colombia; Comoros; Croatia (former); Czechoslovakia (former); Czech Republic; Djibouti; East Germany (former); Estonia; France; Georgia; Germany (former); Haiti; Honduras; Hungary (former); India; Indonesia; Latvia (former); Libya (former); Lithuania; Nepal; Peru (former); Philippines; Poland; Russia; Slovenia (former); Slovakia (former); South Africa; Soviet Union (former); Tanzania; Tunisia; Ukraine (former); Venezuela (former)
(OPERATORS list includes past, present, and future operators when applicable)
General transport functionality to move supplies/cargo or personnel (including wounded and VIP) over range.
Used in roles serving the commercial aviation market, ferrying both passengers and goods over range.
Used in the Very-Important-Person (VIP) passenger transport role, typically with above-average amenities and luxuries as standard.
47.3 ft (14.42 m)
65.6 ft (20.00 m)
19.6 ft (5.97 m)
9,259 lb (4,200 kg)
14,551 lb (6,600 kg)
+5,291 lb (+2,400 kg)
(Showcased structural values pertain to the Let L-410 UVP-E20 production variant)
2 x General Electric H80-200 turboprop engines developing 801 horsepower each driving five-bladed propeller units.
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