Tupolev ANT-22 Photo Gallery
    The Tupolev ANT-22 of the Soviet Union was a twin-hull flying boat powered by six 820 hp (612 kW) Mikulin M-34R engines mounted on three nacelles. Its enormous weight crippled any hope of it performing well enough to enter production. The first flight was 8 August 1934, and only one prototype was built.

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Posted May 6, 2023.