Country of Origin: CIS (formerly USSR).
Similar Aircraft: DC-3 Dakota.
Role: Medium-transport, cargo (five equipped troops).
Armament: Usually none.
Dimensions: Length: 73 ft, 2 in (22.3 m). Span: 104 ft (31.70 m).
Wings: Low-mounted and have straight leading edges and forward-tapered trailing edges with blunt tips.
Engine(s): Two piston engines mounted in and extending beyond the wings' leading edges.
Fuselage: Long, cigar-shaped, and tapered to the rear section. Rounded, solid nose and stepped cockpit.
Tail: Flats mid-mounted on body and back-tapered with rounded tips. Large fin, tapered, with a square tip and a small fairing in the leading edge.
Afghanistan, Albania, Bulgaria, CIS, Chad, Cuba, Czech Republic, Iraq, North Korea, People's Republic of China, Poland, Romania,
South Yemen, Vietnam.