Tupolev Tu-324

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Tupolev Tu-324 / Tu-414
Tupolew Tu-324 mockup.jpg
Tu-324 model
Role Jet Aircraft
Manufacturer Tupolev
Status In development, may be canceled due to lack of funds.
Primary users None
None
Produced Production For ?
Number built 0
Unit cost
$19–23 Million USD
Developed from Tupolev Tu-134

The Tupolev Tu-324 is a 30–50 seat regional passenger airliner. The jet will be twin powered by the Ivchenko-Progress AI-22 or Rolls-Royce BR710 turbofan engines. The plane will be available as a corporate plane for 8–10 executives. The range for the 3 aircraft will be 2500 km, 5000 km and 7000 km. The cargo version can carry 3000 kg of cargo and a range of 5900 km is expected. The Tu-324 is designed to replace aging Yak-40, Tu-134, An-24 and An-26 on Russia's regional routes.

Production[edit]

The executive version would be equipped with a satellite phone, FAX, and a PC outlet. The Tupolev Tu-324 would be able to operate from gravel and dirt airfields providing safety and comfort of the passengers. The Tupolev Tu-324 would be produced at the S.P.Gorbunov Aircraft Production Association in Kazan, Russia. Estimated price is between $19–23 Million USD.

Variants[edit]

Tu-414 model
Tu-324
Tu-414

Specifications (proposed)[edit]

General characteristics

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