The Tupolev Tu-204 is a medium-to-long haul cargo aircraft capable of transporting 27,000 kg via an internal pallet system. Cargo pallets require a high-loader to access its main deck.
Aircraft History and Features
The Tu-204 was designed as a family of aircraft incorporating passenger, cargo, combi and quick-change variants. It is powered by either two Aviadvigatel PS-90 or Rolls-Royce RB211 engines. The Tu-204 is produced at two of the largest Russian aircraft manufacturing plants in Ulyanovsk (Tu-204 series) and Kazan (Tu-214).
A cargo version of the Tu-204 is being successfully operated by several airlines in Europe and Egypt.
In 1994, the first certificate for Tu-204 aircraft (with PS-90A engines) was issued. Subsequently, issued certificates have extended estimated operational conditions and improved overall aircraft type design. The Tu-204-120 variant, certified with Rolls-Royce RB211-535E4 engines, complies with noise regulations described in Chapter 3 of Supplement 16 to ICAO, hence meeting all current European and ICAO requirements. It is currently undergoing the certification process with JAA. The Tu-204-100 variant, certified with PS-90A engines, complies with noise regulations described in Chapter 4 of Supplement 16 to ICAO which means it is quieter. The aircraft was certified to Russian standards AP-25 (harmonized with FAR-25 and JAR-25).
The Tu-204 is part of a new generation of Russian aircraft, including other recent developments such as the Ilyushin Il-96. The Tu-204 features many technological innovations such as fly-by-wire control systems, a glass cockpit, supercritical wings with winglets, and is available with Russian or foreign avionics.
Aircraft of similar role, configuration and era:Airbus A321, Boeing 737-900ER, Boeing 757.
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Medium to long haul
27000 kg / 59524 lbs
810 kph / 503 mph
3200x318x210 cm / 1259x125x82 in
340x210 cm / 133x82 in
TOTAL LOAD VOLUME
170 m³ / 6003 ft³
2400 km / 1491 mi
6800 km / 4225 mi
2250 m / 7382 ft
Aircraft of comparable role, configuration and era
- Airbus A321
- Boeing 737-900ER
- Boeing 757
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