Tupolev ANT-35

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Tupolev ANT-35
Tupolev ANT-35 photo L'Aerophile December 1936.jpg
Role Airliner
National origin Soviet Union
Manufacturer Tupolev
First flight 1936
Primary user Aeroflot
Number built 11

The Tupolev ANT-35 was a 1930s Soviet twin-engined light transport monoplane that entered service with Aeroflot in 1937 as the Tupolev PS-35.


First flown on the 20 August 1936, the ANT-35 was a twin-engined all-metal low-wing monoplane with conventional landing gear with retractable mainwheels. The prototype was powered by two 597 kW (800 hp) Gnome-Rhone 14K radial engines which were later replaced with Tumansky M-85 engines, which were Gnome-Rhone 14K's built under license. An improved version, the ANT-35bis, was powered by two 746 kW (1,000 hp) Shvetsov M-62IR engines. The type entered service with Aeroflot from 1937 and later served as liaison and VIP transport aircraft after June 1941.


Prototype with two 597 kW (800 hp) Gnome-Rhone 14K radial engines (later replaced with M-85s)
Production variant with two 746 kW (1,000 hp) Shvetsov M-62IR engines, one prototype and nine production aircraft.


 Soviet Union

Specifications (ANT-35bis)[edit]

Tupolev ANT-35.svg

General characteristics

  • Crew: two or three
  • Capacity: ten (passengers)
  • Wingspan: 20.80 m (68 ft 3 in)
  • Powerplant: 2 × Shvetsov M-62IR, 746 kW (1,000 hp) each


  • Maximum speed: 372 km/h (231 mph)
  • Range: 1,640 km (1,019 miles)


See also[edit]

Related lists


  • Taylor, Michael J. H. (1989). Jane's Encyclopedia of Aviation. London: Studio Editions.
  • The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Aircraft (Part Work 1982–1985). Orbis Publishing.