State Aviation Museum Named After Oleh Antonov
On February 7, 2018, SE Plant 410 CA Director General Viktor Gankevych attended the dedication ceremony at the State Aviation Museum to mark the 112th birthday anniversary of Aircraft Designer Oleh Antonov.
On this day, the State Aviation Museum was officially announced to be named after Oleh Kostiantynovych Antonov.
The museum houses the largest exhibits of Antonov Design Bureau airplanes, including AN-2, AN-24, AN-24T, AN-26, AN-30 and the unique so-called “flying radar” AN-71 that was of top secret in the former USSR.
The first airplane Oleh Antonov had designed was an innovative multi-purpose biplane AN-2 being in service for more than 70 years.