History Construction List

Antonow An-26 1972.

Kraków 2008-10-26


232b Section 1972-09-13


Antonow An-26

Poland

Tally

Transport plane.

1 An-26 nb 1308 delivered on September 13, 1972. Decommissioned in October 1991, and sold to Ukraine.

2 An-26 nb 1309 delivered on September 13, 1972. Decommissioned in October 1990, and sold to Ukraine.

3 An-26 nb 1310 delivered on September 13, 1972. In 1999, it underwent a major renovation. Withdrawn in 2007.

4 An-26 nb 1402 was delivered on November 4, 1972. In 1999, it underwent a major renovation. Shown in Radom in 2003 and 2007. Withdrawn in 2009.

5 An-26 nb 1403 delivered on November 4, 1972. In 1998, it underwent a major renovation. Withdrawn in January 2009.

6 An-26 nb 1406 delivered on 11.11.1972. In 1998, it underwent a major renovation. Withdrawn in 2008.

7 An-26 nb 1407 delivered on November 11, 1972. In 1999, it underwent a major renovation. Withdrawn in 2007.

8 An-26 nb 1508 delivered on March 20, 1973. In 1999, it underwent a major renovation. Withdrawn in 2007. From 2010, presented at the Polish Aviation Museum in Krakow.

9 An-26 nb 1509 delivered on March 20, 1973. In 1998, it underwent a major renovation. He had on board equipment for calibration flights of the RSBN navigation system. Shown in Krzesiny in 2007. Withdrawn in 2008.

10 An-26 nb 1602 delivered on March 20, 1973. He wore civil painting (with a navy blue belt) and checkerboard. For several years he flew abroad carrying civil registration SP-LWC (in the period 17.06.1991 - 25.11.1991 year), then SP-KWC (in the period 25.11.1991 year - 16.04.1996 year) and flew for the needs LOT Polish Airlines. In 1998, it underwent a major renovation. Withdrawn in 2008.

11 An-26 nb 1603 delivered on March 20, 1973. For several years, the aircraft carried SP-LWB civil registration (from 3/01/1989 to 29/02/1996) and flew for the needs of LOT Polish Airlines. In 1998, it underwent a major renovation. Withdrawn in 2008.

12 An-26 nb 1604 delivered on March 20, 1973. In the period from March 11, 1986 to February 29, 1996, he carried SP-LWA registration and flew for the needs of LOT Polish Airlines. In 1999, it underwent a major renovation. Withdrawn in 2007.

The term withdrawn means the suspension of flights on it, not deletion from the records.

Most of the planes had gray uniform military painting. Some initially wore civilian painting with a navy blue stripe at window height, upper white, lower gray and checkerboard. In the 90's, emblems appeared on planes. After major repairs in 1998 - 1999, they received painting in three-colored camouflage and white side numbers. Around 2004, the side numbers were repainted black, the chessboards were reduced, and those from the hull were removed.

Written by Karol Placha Hetman