Tupolev Airplanes and Aircrafts

List of all Tupolev airplanes and aircraft types, with images, specs, and other information. These active and retired Tupolev planes are listed in alphabetical order, but if you're looking for a particular aircraft you can look for it using the "search" bar. The Tupolev aircrafts on this list include all planes, jets, helicopters, and other flying vehicles ever made by Tupolev. Unless you're an aviation expert you probably can't think of every aircraft made by Tupolev, so use this list to find a few popular Tupolev planes and helicopters that have been used a lot in the course of history.

Aircraft here include everything from Tupolev Tu-95 to Tupolev Tu-16.

This list answers the question, "What aircrafts are made by Tupolev?

  • The Tupolev Tu-2000 was a planned long-range heavy bomber designed by the Tupolev design bureau. Originally designed for the Soviet Union, development then continued for use by the Russian Air Force until it was eventually cancelled. On 19 August 2009, Tupolev announced that it had a contract with the Russian Defense Ministry to develop a new-generation strategic bomber which "will be a conceptually new plane based on the most advanced technologies".
    • Type: Bomber
    • Manufacturer: Tupolev
    • Designer: Alexei Tupolev
  • Tupolev ANT-1
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    The Tupolev ANT-1 was Tupolev OKB's first aircraft, designed by Andrei Tupolev based on his work with aerosleighs and boats. It was expected to be used only as a way for him to examine his ideas and to help the Soviets understand the use of metal in aircraft manufacturing.
    • Manufacturer: Tupolev
  • Tupolev ANT-14
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    Tupolev ANT-14

    The Tupolev ANT-14 Pravda was a Soviet aircraft, which served as the flagship of the Soviet propaganda squadron. It has been credited as Russia's first all-metal aircraft, with a corrosion-resistant-steel structure. The ANT-14 was a larger version of the ANT-9, with a 40.40m wingspan, compared to the 23.80m of the ANT-9. Powered by five 358 kW Gnome-Rhône Jupiter 9AKX radial engines, it was capable of carrying a crew of three, as well as 36 passengers, at a maximum speed of 236 km/h. However cruise speed was only 195 km/h. Empty weight was 10,650 kg and maximum take-off weight was 17,146 kg. The ANT-14 had a range of 900 km, and an operational ceiling of 4,220 m. It used a non-retractable tailwheel undercarriage whose main members consisted of dual wheels.
    • Manufacturer: Tupolev
    • Length (m): 26.49
    • Wingspan (m): 40.4
  • Tupolev ANT-2
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    Tupolev ANT-2

    The ANT-2 was Tupolev OKB's first all-metal aircraft. It had a two-passenger capacity.
    • Manufacturer: Tupolev
  • Tupolev ANT-20
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    The Tupolev ANT-20 Maksim Gorky was a Soviet eight-engine aircraft, the largest of the 1930s. Its wingspan was similar to that of a modern Boeing 747.
    • Manufacturer: Tupolev
    • Length (m): 32.9
    • Wingspan (m): 63.0
    • Maiden Flight: Jan 01 1934
  • Tupolev ANT-25

    The Tupolev ANT-25 was a Soviet long-range experimental aircraft which was also tried as a bomber. First constructed in 1933, it was used by the Soviet Union for a number of record-breaking flights.
    • Manufacturer: Tupolev
    • Designer: Pavel Sukhoi
    • Length (m): 13.89
    • Wingspan (m): 34.01