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La-250 Anakonda

The Lavochkin La-250A "Anakonda" was a twin-engine, two-seat delta-wing interceptor designed to fly long-range missions at high altitude, armed with two large missiles. Four of these aircraft were built between 1956 and 1958 in a competition with the Tu-28, which the later won.


Country of Origin CIS (formerly USSR)
Builder Lavochkin
Function interceptor
Year 1956
Crew 2
Engines 2*9000kg Lyulka AL-7F
Wingspan 13.9m
Length 25.6m
Wing Area 80.0m2
Empty Weight 15,000kg
Maximum Weight 26,000kg
Speed 1,980km/h
Ceiling 18,500m
Range 2,800km

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