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Mikoyan MiG-110

Type: Twin turboprop multi-purpose transport.

Program: Announced during 1993; shown in model form at MosAeroshow 1993; development received government approval January 1994.

Design features: High-wing monoplane; anhedral center section between twin booms carrying engines at front and twin fins at the rear; horizontal tail surfaces between fin tips; retractable tricycle landing gear; twin wheels on each unit; mainwheels retract into booms to rear of engines; fuselage pod slung from center-section, with beaver-tail rear loading ramp.

Cabin can be equipped for passenger, combined cargo/passenger, or cargo operations.

Flying controls: Conventional ailerons, elevator, and twin rudders.

Power plant: Two 1,838 kW (2,465 shp) Klimov TV7-117SV turboprops; six-blade propellers.

Accommodation: Seats for 35 passengers; or provisions for 15 passengers and 3,500 kg of freight, or 5,000 kg (11,025 lb) freight.

Dimensions external
Wing span: 22.12 m (72 ft 7 in)
Length overall: 18.295 m (60 ft .25 in)
Height overall: 5.395 m (17 ft 8 in)

Dimensions internal
Cargo cabin length: 7.40 m (24 ft 3.5 in)
Cargo cabin max width: 2.20 m (7 ft 2.5 in)
Cargo cabin max height: 2.20 m (7 ft 2.5 in)

Weights and loadings
Max T-O weight: 15,300 kg (33,730 lb)

Performance (estimated)
Nominal cruising speed at 11,000 m (36,000 ft): 270 knots (500 km/h; 310 mph)
Range with max fuel: 2,185 nm (4,050 km; 2,515 miles)

Source: Lambert, Mark ed. Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1994-1995 Jane's Information Group Ltd. 1994 p. 334.

Model of Mikoyan MiG-110. Note straight wing and absence of winglets.

Source: http://www.umt.fme.vutbr.cz/~ruja/modely/podklady.htm
 

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Mikoyan MiG-110

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Mockup of Mikoyan MiG-110.

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Hadn't seen this topic before. Love this design, very similar to the Sukhoi S-80. Same program?
 

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nope. 110 was a SOFA aircraft envisioned in late 80s with quite predictable future after USSR fallout
attempts to offer it for market as transport -> failure -> part of design team moves to Sukhoi -> Su-80 -> falure
btw, when Rutan's ATTT pics did appear in media? 1987?
 

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flateric said:
nope. 110 was a SOFA aircraft envisioned in late 80s with quite predictable future after USSR fallout
attempts to offer it for market as transport -> failure -> part of design team moves to Sukhoi -> Su-80 -> falure

Thanks for the information regarding the connection between the Mikoyan MiG-110 and the Sukhoi Su-80.
 

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flateric said:
nope. 110 was a SOFA aircraft envisioned in late 80s with quite predictable future after USSR fallout
attempts to offer it for market as transport -> failure -> part of design team moves to Sukhoi -> Su-80 -> falure
btw, when Rutan's ATTT pics did appear in media? 1987?

The ATTT was announced in the latter part of 1987, and shown in photo for its first flight in January 1988.
 

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Product 101N, one of 'Samolyot Osobogo Perioda = Special Period Aircraft'* truly multipurpose projects family was a far predecessor of MiG-110 with lateral branch as SVB (Samolyot Vysotnogo Bazirovaniya = Aircraft of High-altitude Basing)


hope this makes family tree more clearer


*(i.e. easily, cheaply produced from readily accessible raw materials at any factory survived by unqualified workforce after nuclear fallout)
 

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English-language brochure for Mikoyan MiG-110

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http://www.ebay.com/itm/MiG-110-Mikoyan-Gurevic-RAC-MiG-Russia-airplane-brochure-/141091773181
 

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The drawing in #4 suggests, that compact parking was an important design point. More than one aircraft
could so be parked in a hangar, that otherwise maybe couldn't even take a single aircraft. An advantage
in areas with harsh climatic conditions. But maybe the Russian text gives some indication ?
 

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Jemiba said:
But maybe the Russian text gives some indication ?
Plus all that mention of the possibility of compact arrangement in the hangar aircraft carriers .
 

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borovik said:
Plus all that mention of the possibility of compact arrangement in the hangar aircraft carriers .

That's surprising to me ! Was it intended then as a COD aircraft ? Would seem strange to me, that
more than one would have to be parked under the flight deck. Or were other versions like AEW or
ASW envisaged ?
 

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Jemiba said:
borovik said:
Plus all that mention of the possibility of compact arrangement in the hangar aircraft carriers .

That's surprising to me ! Was it intended then as a COD aircraft ? Would seem strange to me, that
more than one would have to be parked under the flight deck. Or were other versions like AEW or
ASW envisaged ?

As well as being a COD aircraft, they may have also intended for a carrier based version to double as a transport for naval infantry & Spetsnaz units. (C-2s have on occasion been used in a comparable role).
 

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Would mean to drop those soldiers by parchute, wouldn't it ? Hardly the way today
to bring a small combat unit to its target, I think.
 

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