The one-off ANT-14 Pravda, which served as flagship of the propaganda squadron, was an enlargement of the ANT-9, powered by five 358kW Jupiter radials and capable of carrying a crew of five and 36 passengers at a maximum 236km/h. It spanned 40.40m as against the 23.80m of the ANT-9. Pravda carried over 40,000 passengers before being grounded in 1941.
|A three-view drawing (592 x 711)|
| ENGINE||5 x Gnome et Rhone "Jupiter" 9AKK,|
| Take-off weight||17146 kg||37801 lb|
| Empty weight||10650 kg||23479 lb|
| Wingspan||40.4 m||133 ft 7 in|
| Length||26.5 m||87 ft 11 in|
| Height||5.4 m||18 ft 9 in|
| Wing area||240.0 m2||2583.34 sq ft|
| Max. speed||236 km/h||147 mph|
| Cruise speed||195 km/h||121 mph|
| Ceiling||4220 m||13850 ft|
| Range||1200 km||746 miles|
|Barry, 29.02.2016 13:26|
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