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#AA-4022   1/144 scale  Antonov An-22 Antei (Cock)  Mighty son of the god of northern land


Model Kit Contents (click the image for larger photo)

Model Features


131 resin parts +

Clear resin canopies, decal


Span 447 mm


Length 402 mm


Unit price: US$128

Shipping charge: US$24

Each model kit contents 1 set of decal. Extra  decals can also be ordered.

Extra decal



Aircraft History and Specification

In late 1950s, the Soviet leadership need a new cargo-lifter aircraft to carry cargoes to the underdeveloped areas of the northern USSR, Siberia and the Far East. Based on the experience acquired building the An-10 and the An-12 which were used as airliners and military transport, the Antonov design bureau was selected for the design and development of the new giant airlifter which resulted as the An-22 Antei. The An-22 flew for the first time in February 1965, at which time it was the largest transport aircraft in the world. In June 1965, the An-22 was publicly displayed at the Paris Air Show and was impressed Western observers that received NATO codename Cock. Deliveries to both the Soviet Air Force and Aeroflot were completed during 1974. Apparently about 100 An-22s were built with the military air transport force (VTA) receiving between 30 and 50 aircraft. The An-22 was slowly being replaced by the bigger turbofan-powered An-124 Condor begun in 1987. Approximately 45 remained in service by the mid-1990s. Currently one An-22 is in use for civilian cargo duties by Antonov airlines.










Long-range heavy cargo-transport airplane

To designed in response to Soviet military requirement for a strategic heavy-lift freighter




4x Kuznetsov NK-12MA turboprops engine

460 mph (740 km/h)


250,000 kg


Model References

The model kit contents parts and decals able to build the Late or Early nose / Aeroflot or Soviet Air Force aircraft optionally!

The Antonov An-22  package contents secret kits of three 1/144 Soviet early jet fighters as bonus:

The Antonov An-22 Antei is suitable to group with the following collection series.

Strategic Transports from 1945 onwards

Antonov An-22 Antheus

Antonov An-124 Ruslan

Boeing C-17 Globemaster III

Convair XC-99

Douglas C-124 Globemaster II

Douglas XC-132

Douglas C-133 Cargomaster

Handley Page Hastings

Ilyushin Il-76

Lockheed C-141 Starlifter

Lockheed C-5 Galaxy

Short Belfast

Antonov heavy transport family

Antonov An-22 Antheus

Antonov An-124 Ruslan

Antonov An-225 Mriya


Modern Soviet aircraft