C-160 Transall

Notes: This is a French-German built, medium-range transport aircraft. South Africa and Turkey also use this aircraft. Newer aircraft (built from 1980-1982) have upgraded electronics. The Transall has paratrooper doors near the rear of the fuselage, and a rear cargo ramp. A flexible fuel bladder may be carried internally at the expense of cargo to add an additional 9000 liters to fuel capacity. The C-160 has no ejection seats, but is capable of in-flight refueling.

Vehicle

Price

Fuel Type

Load

Veh Wt

Crew

Mnt

Night Vision

Radiological

C-160

$1,562,727

AvG

16 tons

51 tons

3+93 or 64 paratroopers

46

Radar

Enclosed

C-160D

$2,379,600

AvG

16 tons

51 tons

3+93 or 64 paratroopers

48

Radar

Enclosed

Vehicle

Tr Mov

Com Mov

Mnvr/Acc Agl/Turn

Fuel Cap

Fuel Cons

Ceiling

(All)

1030

258 (120)

NA 64 2/1 30/15

19000

2162

7925

Vehicle

Combat Equipment

Minimum Landing/Takeoff Zone

RF

Armament

Ammo

C-160

None

550/720m Primitive Runway

None

None

None

C-160D

Flare/Chaff Dispensers, RWR, GPS

550/720m Primitive Runway

None

None

None

CN-235M

Notes: This is a joint project of Indonesia and Spain. It is a cargo aircraft that can also used as an anti-ship aircraft; anti-shipping versions are known as CN-235MP and have additional electronics, with weapons being dropped out of the back. It is also produced in a commercial passenger version, with 44 seats. This aircraft has been widely exported and is used by a large amount of countries.

Price

Fuel Type

Load

Veh Wt

Crew

Mnt

Night Vision

Radiological

$522,418

AvG

6 tons

16.5 tons

4+48, or 44 paratroopers, or 24 stretchers

24

None

Enclosed

Tr Mov

Com Mov

Mnvr/Acc Agl/Turn

Fuel Cap

Fuel Cons

Ceiling

890

223 (105)

NA 56 4/2 40/20

2820

1288

10000

Combat Equipment

Minimum Landing/Takeoff Zone

RF

Armament

Ammo

Radar Warning Receiver, Flare/Chaff Dispensers

500/420m Primitive Runway

None

None

None