Known originally as the Tu-124A, this aircraft is a rear-engined twin-turbofan development of the Tu-124. It
had completed more than 100 test flights when first details and photographs were released in mid-September
1964. The prototype was followed by five preproduction aircraft and the Tu-134 then went into series
production at Kharkov. It entered international service on Aeroflot's Moscow-Stockholm route in September
1967, after a period on internal services, and was joined by the `stretched' Tu-134A in the Autumn of 1970.
Production ceased in 1985 after 852 had been built.
| ENGINE||2 x Soloviev D-30-II turbofans, 30.26kN|
| Take-off weight||47000 kg||103618 lb|
| Empty weight||29050 kg||64045 lb|
| Wingspan||29.0 m||95 ft 2 in|
| Length||37.05 m||122 ft 7 in|
| Wing area||127.3 m2||1370.24 sq ft|
| Max. speed||885 km/h||550 mph|
| Ceiling||11890 m||39000 ft|
| Range w/max payload||1890 km||1174 miles|
|Hatem Elbokle, e-mail, 07.12.2010 00:41|
PLS INFORM ACMI PRICE PER HOUR FOR TU 143 OR OTHER SIMILALAR TYPES
THANKS HATEM ELBOKLE
|jess, e-mail, 19.07.2010 14:57|
hi,i'm just thinking about the plane's price.could it land on a 2000 meters runway?how's the noise level?thanks
|Kiril, e-mail, 05.04.2010 01:51|
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|Kiril, e-mail, 04.10.2009 18:35|
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