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Tupolev Tu-214 is a modern, efficient mainline narrow-body twin-engine aircraft with high fuel efficiency and comfort level.
May 12, 1992
The Government of the Russian Federation adopted Resolution No. 307 to launch the production of Tu-204-200 (Tu-214) airplanes at the S. Gorbunov Kazan Aircraft Production Association.
February 3, 1996
Roll-out of the first test item of the Tu-214-200 (Tu-214) airplane at the S. Gorbunov Kazan Aircraft Production Association.
March 20, 1996
Initial test runs of a prototype of the Tu-214-200 (Tu-214) airplane are completed at the airfield of the S. Gorbunov Kazan Aircraft Production Association.
March 20, 1996
The first flight of the initially-engineered, development model of the Tu-214-200 (Tu-214) airplane is completed in Kazan, Russia. The airplane was piloted by a crew captained by test pilot Alexander Kosorev.
March 14, 1997
A supplement to Type Certificate No. 68-204/6 confirming the compliance of the Tu-214-200 (TU-214) airplane with NLGS-3 airworthiness specifications is issued.
December 29, 2000
The Aviation Register of the Interstate Aviation Committee issues a Type Certificate for the Tu-214 airplane confirming its compliance with AP-25 aviation regulations.
The Tu-214 enters commercial service. Dalavia Airlines is the first operator of the airplane.
The Tu-214 with MSN 64502 operated by Dalavia Airlines is demonstrated at the International Air Show in Le Bourget (France).
Currently, Tu-214 airplanes are in line operation by a number of operators, including Special Air Wing Russia, aviation units of the FSB of Russia, the Russian Defense Ministry, Transaero Airlines, etc. Programs for the design and production of different versions of the airplane for special applications are being implemented.
The Tu-214 aircraft is equipped with modern powerful and fuel-efficient PS-90A engines. PS-90A is a turbofan engine with a high bypass ratio and a mixture of air and gas flow, a common propulsive nozzle and thrust reversal. The engine design uses a number of technical solutions aimed at ensuring high efficiency and weight perfection. Tu-214 with PS-90A engines fully meets the requirements of Chapter 3 of Annex 16 of the ICAO standards on the noise level on the ground and the requirements of Annex 16 (Volume 2) of the ICAO standards on the emission of harmful substances due to the perfected engine design and a selection of noise-absorbing devices.
• The cabin features overhead baggage racks with generous space; there are bulky-cargo and baggage compartments under the cabin floor.
• The cabin is equipped with a multi-level lighting system.
• Sound-absorbing structures are used ensure low noise levels in the cabin;
• Audio and video in-flight passenger entertainment systems are available.
• All materials used in the passenger cabin interior meet all fire safety, smoke and toxicity standards.
• Passengers are offered a high level of personal comfort.
The flight crew compartment is designed based on up-to-date ergonomics and design solutions involving the broad use of electronic display and fight-control automation equipment.
The Tupolev Tu-214 passenger aircraft, including PS-90A engines, is certified by the IAC AR and fully meets international requirements for noise on the ground and emissions of harmful substances into the atmosphere.
The competitiveness, high flight performance and operational efficiency of Tu-214 aircraft are due to:
There are spacious luggage bins in the cabin and large cargo compartments under the cabin floor;
The cabin is equipped with a multi–level lighting system;
Noise-absorbing structures are installed to ensure a low noise level in the passenger cabin;
Audio and video system is installed to entertain passengers during the flight;
All materials used in the interior of the cabin meet the standards for fire safety, smoke generation and toxicity.
Passengers are provided with a high level of individual comfort.
The crew cabin is based on modern ergonomic and design solutions related to the use of electronic display and flight control automation.
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