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ANTONOV COMPANY RENDERS VARIOUS SERVICES BASED ON RESULTS OF SCIENTIFIC, ENGINEERING ACTIVITIES AND PRODUCTION POTENTIAL OF THE ENTERPRISE

Maintenance and Repair

At the Customer’s service bases, the authorized personnel of the ANTONOV may carry out work in the amount agreed upon with the Customer. Besides, representatives of ANTONOV can provide consultancy support of the Customer’s technical personnel on-site. Maintenance and repair work can be provided by Certified ANTONOV personnel at any aircraft bases thanks to the unification of ground support equipment. When performing work on the of the Customer’s aircraft, ANTONOV will take all possible measures and will agree on the timing of the work to reduce the ground time of the aircraft during these works performing.

Antonov Training Center

Antonov Company Flight Crew Training Center (FСTС) is a training organization certified by the State Aviation Administration of Ukraine, holder of the undermentioned certificates, and is authorized to conduct the activities listed below:
  • Approval Certificate No. UA/TRTO-002/2021 ;
  • Approved Training Organization Certificate No. UA.ATO.0023;
  • Approval Certificate No. UA/AS-11/2019 Aviation Security;
  • Maintenance Training and Examination Organization Approval Certificate No. UA.147.0017;
  • Synthetic Training Device Qualification Certificate No. UA/FSTD-029/2019(A), type of aircraft: Antonov-148/158;
  • Synthetic Training Device Qualification Certificate No. UA/FSTD-016/2019(A), type of aircraft: Antonov-74Т-200;
  • Synthetic Training Device Qualification Certificate No. UA/FSTD-029/2019(A), type of aircraft: Antonov-124-100М (150).
  • For flying personnel:
  • Training according to ab-initio training and advanced qualification programs of the flight test personnel of all specialities for the aviation industry of Ukraine including: test pilots, flight test navigators, on-board test engineers, on-board test radio operators, leading systems test engineers, leading aircraft test engineers, experiment engineers.
  • Transition to aircraft type training for flying personnel (theoretical training, simulator training, flight training):
  • Pilots of the An-225 aircraft, An-124-100 and its modifications, An-74 aircraft and its modifications, An-32/32P, An-140 and its modifications, An-148 and its modifications, An-158 and its modifications, An-28, An-22, An-26, and their modifications;
  • Navigators of the An-225 aircraft, An-124-100 aircraft and its modifications, An-74 and its modifications, An-32/32P;
  • Flight engineers of the An-225 aircraft, An-124-100 and its modifications, An-74 and its modifications, An-32/32P;
  • Radio operators of the An-225 aircraft, An-124-100 aircraft and its modifications;
  • Loadmasters of the An-225 aircraft, An-124-100 and its modifications, An-32/32P;
  • Cabin attendants of the An-148/An-158 aircraft and their modifications, An-74 and its modifications;
  • Instructor pilots of the An-148 aircraft and its modifications, An-158 and its modifications;
  • Instructor cabin attendants of the An-148 aircraft and its modifications An-148/An-158, An-74 and its modifications.
  • Recurrent training of crews for the following aircraft: An-22, An-26, An-28 and modifications, An-32/32P, An-74 and modifications, An-124-100 and modifications, An-140 and modifications, An-148 and modifications, An-158 and modifications, An-225.
  • P-RNAV area navigation training of the flying crews.
  • Ab-initio training of aircraft crews in maintaining radio communication in the English language and flying the aircraft on international air routes.
  • Recurrent training of crews performing flights on international air routes, including radio exchange in English.
  • Training and retraining of the civil aviation flying crews in accordance with all levels of ICAO scale in aviation English and common English.
  • Testing the Ukrainian civil aviation flying crews to determine
  • the aviation English proficiency level to ICAO scale and common English proficiency level.
  • Ab-initio and recurrent training of flying crews in the use of aircraft emergency equipment.
  • Training of the flying crews in utilization of the “paperless cabin” technology.
  • Aviation security training of the flying and cabin crews.
  • Ab-initio and recurrent training of the flying and cabin crews in Crew Resource Management (CRM).
  • Pilot training in aerial delivery from the An-28 aircraft.
  • Crew training in the non-ETOPS, HLA and RVSM procedures.
  • Training of flying crews in accordance with CFIT/ALAR training course.
  • For maintenance personnel:
  • Theoretical training of personnel in maintenance of the following aircraft types:
  • Antonov AN26 (Ivchenko AI-24) for category В1.1 and В2 personnel;
  • Antonov AN28(TVD-10B) for category В1.1 and В2 personnel;
  • Antonov AN74 (D-36) for category В1.1 and В2 personnel;
  • Antonov AN148/AN158 (D-436-148) for category В1.1 and В2 personnel;
  • Antonov AN124-100 (D-18Т) for category В1.1 and В2 personnel;
  • Antonov AN-225 (D-18T) differences from Antonov АN-124-100 (D-18Т) training for category В1.1 and В2 personnel.
  • Practical training of personnel in maintenance of the following aircraft types:
  • Antonov AN28(TVD-10B) for category В1.1 and В2 personnel;
  • Antonov AN74 (D-36) for category В1.1 and В2 personnel;
  • Antonov AN148/AN158 (D-436-148) for category В1.1 and В2 personnel;
  • Antonov AN124-100 (D-18Т) for category В1.1 and В2 personnel;
  • Antonov AN-225 (D-18T) differences from Antonov АN-124-100 (D-18Т) training for category В1.1and В2 personnel.

Information center

Engineering support of the Operator and author’s supervision of “AN” aircraft operational documentation services are provided by the Customer Support call-center that is active 24 hours a day on a “single contact” basis to supply information quickly and effectively to Customers under their requests in restricted time period. Furthermore, since the beginning of 2011, the service of supplying of current operational and engineering documentation, aircraft structural modification and operational documentation revision bulletins, provision of information about effective and planned aircraft structure modifications, filing of applications for technical support through the web-portal of Customer’s Technical Support Service has been available to Customers.

Flight Testing and Improvement Base of the ANTONOV COMPANY

The Flight Test and Development Base (FT&DB) of ANTONOV Company is a complex for ground and flight tests, research of airplanes, their power plants and systems, airborne equipment of civil and special purposes, as well as for cargo and personnel airdrop training.

Aerodrome Complex and Flight Test Zone

1) Kyiv ANTONOV-2 Airfield where FT&DB is located, is the ANTONOV Company’s base airfield intended to perform ground and flight tests, flight and maintenance personnel training, air cargo transportation, scheduled maintenance operations, and aircraft maintenance. The airfield is included in air navigation data charts of Ukraine and international charts such as JEPPESEN.

2) Kyiv ANTONOV-2 Airfield has a paved runway of 3,500 meters long and 56 meters wide, taxiway and tracks for aircraft weighting up to 650 tons allowing take-off and landing of all known aircraft including the heaviest AN-225 Mriya.

3) Radar and radio communications equipment, lighting equipment with scrolling text display, meteorological equipment of airfield are provided to ensure the fulfilment of aircraft test and scheduled flights any time of day or night under standard and adverse weather conditions according to the ICAO Categories (I and II).

4) Test Flight Zone of 300 km allows performing most of aircraft tests.

5) Aircraft parking stands including those with deflecting baffles are equipped with electrical power sources and lights. Possibility to perform a whole range of ground tests including engine ground tests in all required modes is provided at the parking places.

6) There is a unique beam balance weight complex enabling weighing all types of aircraft including AN-225 Mriya.

7) The existing ground satellite correction station with geodetic connection to the place of installation in combination with the airborne trajectory measuring complex allow to implement a differential calculation mode that provides measurements of the moving aircraft trajectory with accuracy up to 5 meters, and when applying a phase equalization – up to 70 centimeters.

Test Stands and Laboratories

To provide aircraft testing and researching, the Flight Test and Development Base is properly fitted with stands and laboratories as follows:

- Calibrating stands for force tensometry calibration of experimental aircraft’s airframe and landing gear;

- Calibrating stands for fuel management and indicating system of aircraft fuel tanks;

- Emitting Radar stand;

- Radio communications equipment stand; flight and navigation equipment stand;

- Stand for installation, maintenance, and calibration of airborne measurement systems;

- Strength measurement stand;

- Stand for installation and maintenance of airborne video systems and video/photographic equipment.

Airborne Measurement Systems installed on Experimental Aircraft

1) The ANTONOV Company’s experimental aircraft are equipped with airborne measurement systems in accordance with the tests program. Aircraft development is followed with growing list of parameters measured during a flight tests, the extending frequency range of changes of these parameters, the increasing volume of measured data received after each flight for processing. Currently, while testing the prototypes such as AN-178 and AN-132, their airborne measurement systems allow collecting and recording up to 30,000 parameters; the maximum frequency of measurements reaches 20 kHz, and the amount of data accumulated during the flight is between 5 and 20 GB.

2) Experimental aircraft are equipped with working stations for principal testing engineers taking part in ground and flight tests. The real-time flight data visual systems (included into on-board checkout and monitoring system) are installed at the principal testing engineers’ stations, which enables to increase the information content of a flight experiment and to reduce the value and terms of tests by the effect of:

- real-time control of experiment – to change modes from simple to more complicated ones during the same flight without landing for the analysis of performed modes;

- integration of different tasks in a flight;

- prompt change of the test task in case of the unsatisfied results of evaluating systems and equipment, which disrupt the initial test task.

Computerized Processing Ground Complex

To accomplish flight data processing, the Computerized Processing Ground Complex (CPGC) was built at the Flight Testing and Development Base for the analysis, backup, storage of information received during the flights. The Computerized Processing Ground Complex (CPGC) includes both modern server hardware, a data processing network, stations for testing engineers and the most up-to-date bundled software for processing and analyzing flight information. Documentation facilities are provided for both graphical and tabular presentation of tests results to enter them into reporting documents as well.