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An-2PK (five seat executive),
An-2R (agricultural; 1300 kg liquid or dry chemicals),
An-2S (ambulance, 6 stretchers and medical attendants),
An-2T (transport, 1500 kg cargo or 12 passengers),
An-2TD (for parachute jumping),
An-2V (float plane version)
An-3 turboprop version
An-2 100 turboprop version
The Chinese version of the AN-2, the Y-5, was licensed in 1957 and
exported to various countries
including North Korea and Albania. Chinese production as the Y-5 commenced with Nanchang in 1957,
before being transferred to Shijiazhuang Aircraft. The main Chinese version is the standard Y-5N,
while the latest development is the Y-5C paratroop carrier for the PLA-AF with distinctive wingtip vanes.
Afghanistan, Albania, Angola, Azerbaijan, Byelorussia, Bulgaria, China, Croatia, Cuba, Czechoslovakia,
Georgia, Germany, Hungary, Laos, Latvia, Mali, Mongolia, Nicaragua, North Korea, Poland, Romania,
Russia, Slovak Republic, Tadjikistan, Ukraine, USSR, Uzbekistan, Vietnam
AN-2 REGISTRATION LISTS: source: http://www.brugier.com/n_index.htm
Note: 30 or more East German AN-2s in service at the time of
German re-unification were permitted to retain their
standard airworthiness certificates for commercial operation.
Many AN-2 were used by the Soviet DOSAAF
(Dobrovol'noe Obshchestvo Sodeistviia Armii, Aviatsii i Flotu)
North Korea has more than 300 AN-2 aircraft in their military inventory and could use them to insert special ops forces into South Korea. Reportedly, North Korea has made a concerted effort to keep its arsenal of easy-to-fly AN-2s well maintained.
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