PZL M-28 Bryza Skytruck. 1984r. English version

Kraków 8 June 2018.
270b Section July 22 1984
PZL M-28 / An-28
Poland
List 
Transport plane, multi-tasking and highly specialized.

Versions of An-28 / M-28 aircraft

An-28 - about 180 units were built for CCCP in 11 production series. A dozen aircraft were not picked up. Around 160 machines were delivered.

PZL M-34 - is an unfinished project of an enlarged fuselage aircraft that can carry 30 passengers or 3,000 kg of cargo.

PZL M-28-02 Skytruck - the first production variant of the aircraft. Airplanes received equipment in accordance with the will of the recipient. Airplanes were created as transport and landing.

PZL M-28-05 Skytruck - the second production variant of the aircraft. The so-called glass-cockpit. Production from the 3rd production series. The difference between 02 and 05 is the use of EFIS displays, other radio equipment. Airplanes certified up to 7,500 kg maximum weight and have additional fuel tanks in the wings.

PZL M-28 + Skytruck plus - an unfinished program of the enlarged cargo fuselage adapted for the transport of LD-3 air containers. On the basis of the aircraft, about the registration of SP-PDA, a model was built.

PZL M-28B TD - Polish Military Aviation uses Bryza in versions: transport and passenger (transport), Salon (P) and transport and landing (TD / TD-I / TD-II), having the same avionics of Polish production with elements imported. Airplanes have PZL-10 S engines with AW-24AN three-blade propellers or five-blade propellers.

PZL M-28B TD-II - has avionics adapted for flights using NVG goggles.

PZL M-28B TD-II - the latest planes have an analogue airframe with the PZL M-28-05 Skytruck variant, with additional fuel tanks in the wings. Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-65B engines were used as the drive. The planes have been able to transport loads up to 2,300 kg. Inside, you can mount special racks for transporting missiles and other aviation equipment.

PZL M-28B TD-II - landing version. The plane takes 17 parachutists with full equipment to the deck. They occupy seats on benches along the side of the plane. In the hold there is an amphibious landing, signaling and installation for jumps.

PZL M-28B TD-II - medical version. The plane transports 6 wounded on a stretcher or 8 wounded in a sitting position and 2-3 paramedics. The plane has basic medical equipment.

PZL M-28B TD-II - the passenger version has on board 17-19 individual tourist seats. There is also a toilet on the deck. Under the hull, you can hang a boot with a load capacity of 300 kg. The Salonka variant takes 8-12 passengers on board in comfortable armchairs. On board there is a table (tables), a dressing room, a bar and more.

PZL M-28 Bryza 1R - sea rescue and patrol plane. The Air Force Command determined in 1989 the requirements for a patrol and rescue plane to replace the aging PZL An-2 M. The prototype was flown in 1992. Initially, the SRN-441XA navigation radar was installed in the aft girdle of the An-28 helicopter. Then its modified version of ARS-100, with the changed antenna, but the previous indicator of the display of the SRN-400 series of marine radars. Tests were carried out in 1993. In the next stage of development in 1997, a new radar system named ARS-400 was developed. ARS-400 radar is used to detect objects on the surface of the sea, detection of shoreline, protection against smuggling, protection of fisheries, weather phenomena, pollution on the surface of the water, rescue tasks, location of relays and other devices. It has the option of automatic or manual tracking of objects and automatic transmission of navigation data of objects to the Łeba-2 command system. The radar has a flat antenna with a beam stabilization system. The station operates in the band 9.2-9.5 GHz and has a multi-channel signal processor enabling tracking of surface targets, land mapping, atmospheric phenomena and pollution. ARS-400 tracks up to 100 targets simultaneously at a distance of 100-120 km. In addition, there is a camera, a Chelton rescue helicopter, the ŁS-10 tip of the Łeba-2 command information collection system, two locks for 100 kg illuminating bombs, automatic life rafts, navigation radar, precise navigation system, autopilot. The first serial aircraft, named M-28 RM (from ARS-100), was handed over to the Navy in October 1994. After successful tests, 7 Polish machines of this variety were delivered to the Polish Navy with the ARS-400 station. The crew of the aircraft is 6-passenger: 2 pilots, on-board mechanic, 3 operators of special systems. The positions of system operators are built on the starboard side, frontally or sideways.

PZL M-28 B bis. Bryza-bis. - In the version with the radiolocation station, the chassis of the aircraft causes interference in the operation of the device. That's why it received a folding undercarriage: the front leg is hinged to the fairing under the front of the hull. During designing, the enlarged fairing fairing on the main chassis was abandoned in favor of a simpler solution - the shaving of the chassis rises to the sides. Raising the chassis results in better radar conditions. The beam sweeps the space without disturbances. Under the fuselage, the AN / AQQ-22 Star Safire II optoelectronic head was installed, capable of tracking 8 objects simultaneously, equipped with a CCD-TV daylight camera, a thermal imaging camera and a laser rangefinder. The main element of exploration is the SRM-800 Marine Reconnaissance System, integrating the ARS-800 radar (with a flat stabilized antenna, operating in the 8-12 GHz band, with a range of over 100 Mm, tracking over 100 targets, with the possibility of working in SAR and Inverted SAR modes ), MAG-10 magnetometer, HYD-10 buoys (ejector for 10 radioactive and passive Ultrachectronic radios, receiver), IFF 250 (APX-113), ŁS-10M object of the Łeba-2 command system. The aircraft was also fitted with the Polip receiver of the Link 11 system, the passive electronic reconnaissance system ESM-10 Lemur-10 and ejectors of apparent targets. The final version of the machine is to have avionics with liquid crystal displays and the ability to pilot using NVG goggles. By 2010, Bryza-1R had been modernized to the Bryza-bis standard.

PZL M-28 Bryza 1E. - This is the M-28 Bryza-1 airplane adapted in 2000 to patrol the economic zone and ecological protection. They were equipped with the Ericsson MSS-5000 observation system, consisting of two 80 km side-view radars, each for creating a digital image of the tracked objects. The width of the scanned strip of land is 160 km. The aircraft has a subbase scanner for testing the thickness of the pollution layer and compiling their maps. There is also an optical and video system to digitally display the situation at sea. M-28 E Bryzy-1E are used to patrol sea areas, monitor pollution, patrol the coastline and control the movement of ships and smaller vessels.

PZL M-28 B Bryza bis. - developed especially for the Border Guard. The Border Guard has been using these aircraft since 2006. This version is based on the M-28-05 Skytruck airframe. The aircraft is equipped with the ARS-400M radiolocation system with a range of 220 km, FLIR Star Safire II head, IR / UV marine scanner, modern rescue and patrol equipment, and avionics with a navigation system based on laser gyroscopes.

List An-28 / M-28

PZL An-28 - for static tests.

PZL An-28 - the first prototype.

PZL An-28 - the second prototype.

PZL An-28 - the third prototype.

PZL An-28 - the fourth prototype.

PZL An-28 - the fifth prototype.

An-28 No. AJ 001-01 nb UR-28800 - the first of the first batch sent to the CCCP in 1985.

By 1990, approximately 180 An-28 machines were built in 11 production series, of which about 160 were exported to CCCP. The most were airplanes in the passenger-transport version, but over a dozen An-28 P-firemen were built. Several An-28 A aircraft have been built with an increased fuel supply, allowing a 5-hour flight.

Several An-28 aircraft were purchased by Polish organizations and institutions. e.g. .;
An-28 registration SP-PDA - 1986. The first aircraft used by Poland, by PZL. Painting of aircraft similar to aircraft exported to the east, but the belt on the hull is dark blue. It is possible that it was one of the prototypes. The further history of this aircraft is written below.

An-28 No. AJ 004-06 registration SP-GCA - 1987, used by PZL. Painted white with a red belt, silver bottom.
An-28 No. AJ 006-08 registration SP-FFN - 1998, used by Poczta Polska. Painted white and navy blue.
An-28 No. AJ 006-11 registration SP-FHR - Painted white (2003).
An-28 No. AJ 007-03 registration SP-AWR - aircraft used by the Polish Aeroclub. Painted white with a yellow belt (2004).
An-28 No. AJ 007-17 registration SP-FHT - painted white with a red band, silver bottom. Painting reminds civilian painting of aircraft used by 36 SPLT. Then used by AeroService (2000). White with navy blue details.

An-28 TD No. AJ 004-04 nb 0404 - 1988, for the Navy. The first one was delivered to the Polish Army together with n. 0405. Painted in camouflage. In 2000, it was rebuilt to the Bryza-1E ecological version. Painted in gray.

An-28 TD No. AJ 004-05 nb 0405 - 1988, for the Navy. Painted in camouflage. In 2000, rebuilt to the ecological version Bryza-1E. Painted in gray.

An-28 TD Bryza-1 TD No. AJBP 01-01 nb 0723 - Flown on 7 September 1991, transport and passenger-landing. The first prototype developed in accordance with the WTT requirements for the Polish Army. The aircraft was built on the basis of Airframe An-28 No. AJ 007-23. In service at 43. BLot MW Gdynia.

An-28 B1R Bryza-1R No. AJGP 01-01 registration SP-PDC - 1992, patrol. The first patrol prototype for the Polish MW. The aircraft was built on the basis of airframe An-28 No. 008-10. In 2003, the aircraft became the prototype of the new patrol standard version M-28 Bryza bis, with folding chassis and greater possibilities. Painted in gray.

An-28 TD Bryza-1 TD No. AJB 001-01 nb 1003 - He made the first flight as An-28 No. AJ010-03 transport and passenger. One of the first to be delivered to the Polish Army. As Bryza, flown on October 10, 1994. Painted white and blue with a navy blue belt. Drive PZL-10 S and 3-blade propellers. First used in Powidz, and later in Gdynia in MW.

An-28 No. AJHP 01-01 nb 1007 - a salon for MW. Built in 1990-1992. A blue and white airplane with a navy blue belt. Drive PZL-10 S and 3-blade propellers. The aircraft was made on the basis of a typical An-28, which carried the civil registration SP-PDD.
The PZL An-28 Bryza 2RF Nb 1007 plane crash in Babie Doły occurred on March 31, 2009 at about 4:45 PM. Everyone on board died, four soldiers. The plane belonged to the Naval Aviation Brigade and carried out a training flight. The crew practiced the approach to emergency landing with one engine off.
Aircraft crew:
Capt. naval pilot Marek Sztabinski, born August 18, 1973 (36 years) - commander of the crew, pilot training instructor, a flight of 1134 hours.
Commander second lieutenant pilot Roman Berski, born on April 27, 1961 (48 years) - pilot controlling, a flight of 1500 hours.
Navy lieutenant pilot Przemysław Dudzik, born May 5, 1982 (27) - a pilot trained, a flight of 260 hours.
Navy staff officer Ireneusz Rajewski, born March 31, 1966 (43) - on-board technician, a flight of 1900 hours.

Honor their memory!
By order of the President of the Republic of Poland of 10 April 2009, the crew members were posthumously awarded the Maritime Cross of Merit. The accident report gave the probable cause - a pilot error and, as a result, unsymmetrical dragging of the aircraft. The impact on the ground took place in the back position.
The PZL An-28 Bryza Nb 1007 aircraft was built in 1992 and had approximately 1500 hours of flying time. PZL An-28 Bryza Nb 1007 was called the "Parisian" by pilots from PZL Mielec, because it was a VIP version of Salon, which before transferring to the unit in 1997 took part in the Paris International Air Show. Previously, the machine served as an unfinished prototype of the PZL An-28 RF version for radio-electronic combat.

M-28-02 Skytruck - The first production series consisted of a total of 20 machines. M-28-02 Skytruck - modified version with a total weight of 7,500 kg, with payload up to 2,300 kg. Under the hull, an additional trunk with a capacity of 300 kg appeared.

M-28 Skytruck AJE 001-01 registration SP-DDA. Later SP-FYV, SP-FZV - The prototype and advertising plane. Shown many times in the country and abroad, especially when he received PT engines. With PT engines flown on April 9, 1996. White with green elements. Then repainted. The underbody trunk was mounted. Rebuilt to version M-28-05.

M-28 No. AJ 005-06 registration SP-DDB Sprint - around 1991, prototype and advertising plane.

M-28 No. AJ 006-07 registration SP-DDC 285 - around 1995, prototype and advertising plane. White with a blue belt.

M-28 Skytruck No. AJEP 001-01 registration SP-DDF - 1993. Later, the plane received the SP-PDF registration. The Skytruck prototype was tested in July 29, 1993. The aircraft received Bendix-King avionics. Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-65B engines, with 5-bladed Hartzell propellers. The airframe came from a 10-series production.

M-28 No. AJEP 001-02 registration SP-PDA - the aircraft has been rebuilt to the Skytruck PLUS model. He had an enlarged fuselage. Used for various types of tests.

M-28 No. AJE 001-02 registration SP-DDE, YV-016CP, HK-4066X, YV1769 - This aircraft was AN-28 PT. after modification, flown on October 20, 1995. He belonged to Honduras. Damaged on November 9, 2009, when landing with excessive cargo (about 4,000 kg of cocaine) in Las Minas, Honduras. The damaged was transported by the military authorities of Honduras to the Tegucigalpa-Toncontin airport (TGU), where it is stored without wings, tail and engines.

M-28-02 No. AJE 001-03 registration SP-DFD, GN-96105 - First flight on September 12, 1996. Sold Venezuela. Has a rear undercarriage.

M-28-02 No. AJE 001-04 registration SP-DFE, GN-96106 - First flight on December 12, 1996. Sold Venezuela.

M-28-02 No. AJE 001-05 registration SP-DFF, GN-96107 - First flight on January 27, 1997. Sold Venezuela.

M-28-02 No. AJE 001-06 registration SP-DFG, GN-96108 - First flight on April 24, 1997. Sold Venezuela.

M-28-02 No. AJE 001-07 registration SP-DFH, GN-96109 - First flight on May 26, 1997. Sold Venezuela.

M-28-02 No. AJE 001-08 registration SP-DFI, GN-96110 - First flight on May 13, 1997. Sold Venezuela. Has a rear undercarriage.

M-28-02 Skytruck No. AJE 001-09 registration SP-DFB - 1996, one of the prototypes, with PT engines and 5-blade propellers. There was an additional door on the port side. After another modernization, Panamie was sold with the registration of HP-1416.

M-28-02 Skytruck No. AJE 001-10 registration SP-DFC - 1996, one of the prototypes, with PT engines and 5-blade propellers. There was an additional door on the port side. After the next modernization, Venezuela sold the YV-117CP registration. On July 12, 2001, at 12:45 HLV (16:45 GMT) during a takeoff aboard a fire. The plane was completely burned. 13 people were killed, all person on board.

M-28-02 Skytruck nr AJE 001-11 - During construction, it was converted into M-28-05 and received the AJE 003-01.

M-28-02 Skytruck nr AJE 001-12 - During construction, it was converted into M-28-05 and received AJE 003-02.

M-28-02 No. AJE 001-13 registration SP-DFK, GN-96119 - First flight on March 23, 1999. Sold Venezuela. Has a rear undercarriage.

M-28-02 No. AJE 001-14 registration SP-DFL, GN-96120 - First flight on April 30, 1999. Sold Venezuela. Has a rear undercarriage.

M-28-02 No. AJE 001-15 registration SP-DFM, GN-96121 - First flight on July 28, 1999. Sold Venezuela. Has a rear undercarriage. Wrecked on December 10, 2004. It is possible that the plane was shot down.

M-28-02 No. AJE 001-16 registration SP-DFN, GN-96122 - First flight on October 7, 1999. Sold Venezuela. Has a rear undercarriage.

M-28-02 No. AJE 001-17 registration SP-DFO, GNB-97123 - First flight on November 2, 1999. Sold Venezuela. Has a rear undercarriage.

M-28-02 No. AJE 001-18 registration SP-DFP, GNB-96124 - First flight on January 11, 2000. Made as a salon for 8-10 people. Sold Venezuela. Has a rear undercarriage.

M-28-02 No. AJE 001-19 registration SP-DFR, EV-9960 - First flight on December 3, 1999. Sold Venezuela. Has a rear undercarriage.

M-28-02 No. AJE 001-20 registration SP-DFS, EV-9961 - First flight on December 30, 1999. Sold Venezuela. Has a rear undercarriage.

M-28-05 production series 002. In total, 10 pieces were built.
M-28-05 Skytruck - modified M-28-02 with additional doors on the left side. Additional tanks in the wings. It is possible to build avionics from different manufacturers. Drive assembly according to the client's wishes.

M-28-05 Skytruck No. AJE 001-01 registration SP-FYV - 1997, with the trunk under the fuselage for 300 kg of cargo, which passed tests on this plane. P-W PT6A-65B engines and Hartzell 5-blade propellers.

M-28-05 No. AJE 002-01 registration SP-DFT, EV-0062 - The first flight on April 25, 2000, sold to Venezuela.

M-28-05 No. AJE 002-02 registration SP-DFU, EVBV-0063 - First flight on May 10, 2000, sold to Venezuela. Crashed on June 12, 2010 as a result of an upward stroke after deviating from the route.

M-28-05 No. AJE 002-03 registration SP-DFW, EV-0064 - First flight on July 25, 2000, sold to Venezuela.

M-28-05 No. AJE 002-04 registration SP-DFZ, EV-0065 - First flight on August 16, 2000, sold to Venezuela.

M-28-05 No. AJE 002-05 registration SP-DFY, EV-0066 - First flight on September 20, 2000, sold to Venezuela.

M-28-05 No. AJE 002-06 registration SP-DFX, EV-0067 - First flight on October 17, 2000, sold to Venezuela.

M-28-05 No. AJE 002-07 registration SP-DFV, EV-0068 - First flight on December 13, 2000, sold to Venezuela.

M-28-05 No. AJE 002-08 registration SP-DGA, EV-0069 - First flight on January 11, 2001, sold to Venezuela.

M-28-05 No. AJE 002-09 registration SP-DGB, EV-0070 - First flight on February 3, 2001, sold to Venezuela.

M-28-05 No. AJE 002-10 registration SP-DGC, EV-0071 - First flight on February 23, 2001, sold to Venezuela.

M-28 + Skytruck plus registration SP-PDA - version with more luggage space adapted for transporting LD-3 containers. A mock-up from the SP-PDA aircraft was created. The work was stopped. In 2008. this plane was incomplete at the airport in Mielec.

M-28-05 production series 003.

M-28-05 No. AJE 003-01 registration SP-DGD, NA-041 - First flight on March 28, 2002, Nepal sold.

M-28-05 No. AJE 003-02 registration SP-DGE, NA-048 - First flight on January 14, 2004, sold to Nepal. Wrecked on May 30, 2017, during landing. Three crew members were on board. One pilot died.

M-28-05 PI No. AJE 003-03 registration SP-DGF, P-4201 - First flight on August 24, 2004, sold to Indonesia. Wrecked on March 11, 2016.

M-28-05 PI No. AJE 003-04 registration SP-DGG, P-4202 - First flight on September 7, 2004, sold to Indonesia. Shattered November 2, 2009. during the flight, contact with the crew was lost. The plane fell to the ground for unknown reasons. Everyone on board died, 4 people. The remains were found on November 4, 2009.

M-28-05 No. AJE 003-05 registration SP-DGK, 8R-BKW - First flight on November 19, 2004, sold to Guyana. Has a rear undercarriage.

M-28-05 No. AJE 003-06 registration SP-DGH, P-2039 - First flight on November 4, 2004, sold to Indonesia.

M-28-05 No. AJE 003-07 registration SP-DGI, P-2040 - First flight on November 16, 2004, sold to Indonesia. Crashed on October 27, 2010, when helping victims of floods. There were five people on board. They all died.

M-28-05 No. AJE 003-08 registration SP-DGL, 311 - First flight on December 10, 2004, sold to Vietnam. The plane was equipped with a radar.

M-28-05 No. AJE 003-09 registration SP-DGM, 312 - First flight on December 20, 2004, sold to Vietnam. The plane was equipped with a radar. Wrecked on November 4, 2005, for unknown reasons. Three people were on board. They all died.

M-28-05 No. AJE 003-11 registration SP-PDG, SN-60YG - The first flight on February 14, 2006, transferred to the Polish Border Guard. The plane was equipped with a radar.

For USA

M-28-05 C-145 A No. AJE 003-10 registration SP-DGN, N310MV - The first flight on 10 July 2008, sold to the USA. The first of 16 pieces for USAF. In 2012, he retired to a warehouse in the Davis Monthan desert.

M-28-05 C-145 A No. AJE 003-17 registration SP-DGN, N317JG - The first flight on September 5, 2009, sold to the USA. The second of 16 pieces for USAF. In 2012, he retired to a warehouse in the Davis Monthan desert.

M-28-05 C-145 A No. AJE 003-19 registration SP-DGO, N319TW, 08-0319 - First flight on 29 September 2009, sold to the USA. Third of 16 pieces for USAF. Wrecked in Afghanistan on December 18, 2011. there were 7 people on board. Nothing happened to anyone. He made 1,273 flights for the accident in 1 164 hours.

M-28-05 C-145 A No. AJE 003-20 registration SP-DGR, N824KD - The first flight on November 20, 2009, sold to the USA. Fourth of 16 pieces for USAF. In 2015, he retired to a warehouse in the Davis Monthan desert.

M-28-05 C-145 A No. AJE 003-21 registration SP-DGS, N279DH - First flight on February 30, 2010, sold to USA. The fifth of 16 pieces for USAF. In 2015, he retired to a warehouse in the Davis Monthan desert.

M-28-05 C-145 A No. AJE 003-22 registration SP-DGT, N322PW - First flight on September 14, 2010, sold to USA. The sixth of 16 pieces for USAF. In 2015, he retired to a warehouse in the Davis Monthan desert.

M-28-05 C-145 A No. AJE 003-23 registration SP-DGU, N323FG - First flight on December 17, 2010, sold to USA. Seventh of 16 pieces for USAF. In 2015, he retired to a warehouse in the Davis Monthan desert.

M-28-05 C-145 A No. AJE 003-24 registration SP-LEL, N324HA - First flight on December 14, 2010, sold to USA. Eight out of 16 pieces for USAF. In 2015, he retired to a warehouse in the Davis Monthan desert.

M-28-05 C-145 A No. AJE 003-26 registration SP-DGZ, N362DD - First flight in September 2011, sold to USA. The ninth of 16 pieces for USAF. In 2015, he retired to a warehouse in the Davis Monthan desert.

M-28-05 C-145 A No. AJE 003-29 registration SP-DGY, N329JD - First flight in April 2012, sold to USA. The tenth of 16 pieces for USAF. In 2015, he retired to a warehouse in the Davis Monthan desert.

M-28-05 C-145 A No. AJE 003-31 registration SP-DGV, N331MF - First flight in 2012, sold to USA. Eleventh of 16 pieces for USAF.

M-28-05 C-145 A No. AJE 003-35 registration SP-LEL, N335RH - First flight in 2012, sold to USA. Twelfth of 16 pieces for USAF.

M-28-05 C-145 A No. AJE 003-36 registration SP-DGX, N336MJ - First flight on 2012, sold to USA. Thirteenth of 16 pieces for USAF.

M-28-05 C-145 A No. AJE 003-37 registration SP-DGY, N337GU - First flight in April 2013, sold to USA. Fourteenth of 16 pieces for USAF.

M-28-05 C-145 A No. AJE 003-38 registration SP-DGZ, N338GU - First flight in June 2013, sold to USA. Fifteenth of 16 pieces for USAF.

M-28-05 C-145 A Coyote No. AJE 003-41 registration SP-DGR, N341ML - First flight on December 1, 2013, sold to USA. Initially it was supposed to be the sixteenth of 16 pieces for the USAF, but it was handed over to the Arizona State Police.

M-28-05 C-145 A Coyote No. AJE 003-42 registration N342BD - First flight on January 23, 2014, sold to the US, handed over to the Arizona State Police.

For Jordan
M-28-05 No. AJE 003-39 registration SP-DHA, SP-DGY, 355 - First flight on August 8, 2013, sold to Jordan. The aircraft presented in flight during the Dubai air show in 2013 as SP-DGY.

M-28-05 No. AJE 003-40 registration SP-DGV, 356 - First flight on 30 October 2013, sold to Jordan.

For Germania

M-28-05 No. AJE 003-45 registration SP-DGO, D-CPDA - The first flight on January 14, 2015, sold to the training of Bundeswehr parachutists in 2017.

M-28-05 No. AJE 003-46 registration SP-DGU, D-CPDB - First flight on 13 February 2015, sold to the training of the Bundeswehr parachutists in 2017.

Other foreign clients

M-28-05 No. AJE 003-43 registration SP-DGR, B-58816 - First flight on 25 April 2014, sold abroad.

M-28-05 No. AJE 003-44 registration SP-DGT - The first flight on November 22, 2014, sold abroad.

M-28-05 No. AJE 003-47 registration SP-LEL - First flight on March 16, 2017, sold abroad. The plane took part in Latin America Demo Tour 2017. He stayed in South America. It has a trunk under the fuselage.

M-28-05 No. AJE 003-48 registration SP-DOA - The first flight on 5 May 2015, sold abroad.

M-28-05 No. AJE 003-49 registration SP-DOB - The first flight on 18 May 2015, sold abroad.

M-28-05 No. AJE 003-50 registration SP-DOC - First flight on June 30, 2015, sold abroad.

M-28-05 No. AJE 003-51 registration SP-DOD - First flight on November 12, 2015, sold abroad.

M-28-05 No. AJE 003-52 registration SP-DOE - The first flight on December 20, 2015, sold abroad.

Bryza for the Polish Army

M-28 Bryza 1-TD nb No. AJG 002-01 1117 - Built as An-28 AJ 011-17. The first flight as Bryza on November 25, 2001. Transportowy for MW, Gdynia. PZL-10 S engines and 5-blade propellers. Painted in gray.

M-28 Bryza 1-TD No. AJG 002-02 nb 1118 - Built as An-28 AJ 011-18. The first flight as Bryza on December 28, 2001, transport for MW, Gdynia. PZL-10 S engines and 5-blade propellers. Painted in gray.

M-28 B Bryza-TD No. AJG 002-03 nb 0203 - First flight on November 30, 2001, delivered in 2002 to the Eagle School (Radom and Dęblin), as part of the first party. Analogue plane with M-28-05 Skytruck for 7 500 kg of total weight. It has D4-50 locks, which were adapted to carry bombs.

M-28 B Bryza-TD No. AJG 002-04 nb 0204 - First flight on December 22, 2001, delivered in 2002, to the Eagle School (Radom and Dęblin), as part of the first party. Analogue plane with M-28-05 Skytruck for 7 500 kg of total weight. It has D4-50 locks, which were adapted to carry bombs.

M-28 B Bryza-TD No. AJG 002-05 nb 0205 - First flight on April 10, 2002, delivered in 2002, as part of the first party to Radom. Analogue plane with M-28-05 Skytruck for 7 500 kg of total weight. The aircraft in the living room version, weighing up to 7,500 kg. Has a trunk under the fuselage.

M-28 B Bryza-TD No. AJG 002-06 nb 0206 - First flight on July 7, 2002, delivered in 2002, as part of the first party, to Powidz. Analogue plane with M-28-05 Skytruck for 7 500 kg of total weight. Salon version.

M-28 B Bryza-TD No. AJG 002-07 nb 0207 - First flight on March 3, 2003, delivered as part of the second party, to Radom. Analogue plane with M-28-05 Skytruck for 7 500 kg of total weight. Passenger version.

M-28 B Bryza-TD AJG 002-08 nb 0208 - First flight on March 21, 2003, delivered as part of the second party to Powidz. Analogue plane with M-28-05 Skytruck for 7 500 kg of total weight. The aircraft has a FIS system installed for the calibration of airports.

M-28 B Bryza-TD No. AJG 002-09 nb 0209 - The first flight on March 3, 2004, delivered as part of the third series, to Radom. Analogue plane with M-28-05 Skytruck for 7 500 kg of total weight. The plane has a trunk under the fuselage.

M-28 B Bryza-TD No. AJG 002-10 nb 0210 - The first flight on March 10, 2004, delivered as part of the third series, to Radom. Analogue plane with M-28-05 Skytruck for 7 500 kg of total weight.

M-28 B Bryza-TD No. AJG 002-11 nb 0211 - The first flight on November 18, 2004, delivered as part of the fourth series, to Radom. It has avionics adapted to use NVG goggles. Analogue plane with M-28-05 Skytruck for 7 500 kg of total weight. The plane in the passenger version. The plane has a trunk under the fuselage.

M-28 B Bryza-TD No. 002-12 nb 0212 - The first flight on December 18, 2004. For the Polish Army delivered as part of the fourth series, to Powidz. It has avionics adapted to use NVG goggles. Analogue plane with M-28-05 Skytruck for 7 500 kg of total weight. Engines PZL-10 S 5-blade propellers.

M-28 B / PT Bryza nb AJG 002-13 nb 0213 - Rebuilt from the AJE 003-14, then AJG 003-14. Former nb 0301. First flight on November 18, 2006. For the Polish Army 2006, with PT-6A-65B engines and Hartzell propellers. Originally intended for the MW of Indonesia.

M-28 B / PT Bryza AJG 002-14 nb 0214 - The first flight on November 24, 2006. For the Polish Army with PT-6A-65B engines and Hartzell propellers. Originally intended for the MW of Indonesia.

M-28 B / PT Bryza No. AJG 002-15 nb 0215 - The first flight on July 26, 2007. For the Polish Army with PT-6A-65B engines and Hartzell propellers. Originally intended for the MW of Indonesia.

M-28 B / PT Bryza No. AJG 002-16 nb 0216 - The first flight on July 9, 2007. For the Polish Army with PT-6A-65B engines and Hartzell propellers. Originally intended for the MW of Indonesia.

M-28 B / PT Bryza No. AJG 002-17 nb 0217 - The first flight on July 14, 2007, for the Polish Army.

Bryza for the Polish Army, subsequent series and specialist

M-28 Breeze No. AJG 003-01 nb 0301 - with PT-6A-65B engines and Hartzell propellers. It belongs to the next, third production series for the Polish Army continuing M-28 B / PT nb 0213

M-28 Bryza No. 1AJ 004-04 nb 0404 M-28 B1E Bryza-1E - The aircraft made the first flight as An-28 on October 26, 1987. Admitted to serve in the 44th BLot MW Siemirowice. In the period 2000-2002, the aircraft was adapted to patrol and ecological tasks. It has the Erocson MSS-5000 observation system. In 2014, three-blade propellers for five-blade shovels were replaced.

M-28 Bryza 1AJ 004-05 nb 0405 M-28B1E Bryza-1E - The first flight as an An-28 on January 10, 1988. Admitted to serve in the 44th BLot MW Siemirowice. In the period 2000-2002, the aircraft was adapted to patrol and ecological tasks. It has the Erocson MSS-5000 observation system.

M-28 B1R Bryza-1R No. 1 AJGP 01-01 nb 0810 - Plane was flown as An-28 No. 1AJ 008-10 in 1988. then rebuilt for sea patrol and rescue. The first flight on October 1, 1992. Incorporated until 44. BLot MW Siemirowice. During the tests he had the SP-PDC registration. Renewed modernized in 2003 and designated M-28 B1R bis Bryza-1R bis No. 1 AJGP 01-01 nb 0810 - marine patrol and rescue modernized. The first flight in 2003.

M-28 Bryza 1R No. 1006 No. AJG 010-04 - Flown as An-28 No. AJ 010-06 in 1988. Then, the SR ARS-400 radar was mounted on it. After the tests, he was admitted to MW on November 28, 2000. The first of a series of 7 patrol machines transferred to MW, Siemirowice. PZL-10 S engines and Hartzell propellers. Painted in gray.

M-28 Bryza electronic reconnaissance No. 1007 - A specialized version of electronic reconnaissance has been developed since the mid-1990s. The program initially had the name Tern. Prototype No. 1 AJHP 01-01 was built on the basis of aircraft No. AJ 010-07 nb 1007. The program was suspended. The plane crashed - see above.

M-28 Bryza 1R nb 1008 No. AJG 010-02 - The first flight was made as An-28 No. AJ 010-08 in 1988. After reworking with the SR ARS-400 radar, flown on December 28, 1998. The second of 7 machines for MW, Siemirowice. Painted in white and blue with navy blue and then gray. Presented abroad, among others, in Great Britain in 1999. Engines PZL-10 S and AW-24 AN.

M-28 Bryza 1R nb 1017 No. AJG 010-03 - He made his first flight as An-28 nb AJ 010-17 in 1988. Later equipped with SR ARS-400 radar, flown on 9 March 1999. Third machine with 7 for MW. Painted in white and blue with a navy blue belt, then in 2003 in the occasional colors of the Battle of Britain in painting Wellington. Engines PZL-10 S and AW-24 AN. In 2015, it underwent renovation.

M-28 Bryza 1R nb 1022 No. AJG 010-01 - The first flight performed as An-28 No. AJ 010-22 from the 10th round. Later, the SR ARS-400 radar was built on it. He was flown on October 20, 1994. The fourth of a series of 7 machines for MW. Delivered to the Navy - Siemirowice. Painted in white and blue with navy blue and then gray. PZL-10 S engines and AW-24 AN propellers. Later, the engines were left, and the five-bladed propellers were replaced. Another modernization was carried out in 2015.

M-28 Bryza nb 1114 No. AJG 01-05 011-14 - Built as An-28 No. AJ 011-14 in 1989. Later, the SR ARS-400 radar was mounted and the first flight was made on November 28, 2000. The fifth of 7 for MW. Painted in gray. PZL-10 S engines and Hartzell propellers.

M-28 Bryza nb 1115 No. AJG 01-06 011-15 - Built as An-28 No. AJ 011-15 in 1989. Later, the SR ARS-400 radar was mounted and the first flight was made on November 24, 2000. Sixth out of 7 for MW. Painted in gray. PZL-10 S engines and Hartzell propellers.

M-28 Bryza nb 1116 No. AJG 01-07 011-16 - Built as An-28 No. AJ 011-16 in 1989. Later, SR ARS-400 radar was mounted and the first flight was made on December 13, 2000. Seventh out of 7 for MW. Painted in gray. PZL-10 S engines and Hartzell propellers.

M-28 for the Border Guard - In 2005. The Polish Border Guard ordered a patrol aircraft based on the M-28-05 bomber from the third production series No. AJE 003-11. The aircraft received the SN-60YG number (temporarily when delivering to the SP-PDG user). The machine is equipped with SR ARS-400M with a range of 220 km, FLIR head, IR / UV marine scanner, rescue and patrol equipment, and avionics with a laser gyroscope. The drive is PT 6 A-65 B engines and Hartzell propellers.

Bryza in the Glass Cockpit version. 8 items for the Polish Army.

M-28 B / PT GC Bryza No. AJG 004-01 nb 0218 - rebuilt with AJE 003-18. The first of eight. The first flight on November 26, 2010. accepted for service in 2011, Balice. Glass cockpit.

M-28 B / PT GC Bryza No. AJG 004-02 nb 0219 - Rebuilt with AJE 003-25. The second of eight. The first flight on August 26, 2011. accepted for service in 2011, Balice. Glass cockpit.

M-28 B / PT GC Bryza No. AJG 004-03 nb 0220 - Rebuilt with AJE 003-28. The third of eight. The first flight on November 27, 2011. Accepted for service in 2011, Balice. Glass cockpit.

M-28 B / PT GC Bryza No. AJG 004-04 nb 0221 - Rebuilt with AJE 003-29. Fourth of eight. The first flight on March 23, 2012. Accepted for service in 2012, Balice. Glass cockpit.

M-28 B / PT GC Bryza No. AJG 004-05 nb 0222 - Rebuilt with AJE 003-30. Fifth from eight. The first flight on July 7, 2012. Accepted for service in 2012, Balice. Glass cockpit.

M-28 B / PT GC Bryza No. AJG 004-06 nb 0223 - Rebuilt with AJE 003-32. Sixth out of eight. The first flight on October 11, 2012. Accepted for service in 2012, Balice. Glass cockpit.

M-28 B / PT GC Bryza No. AJG 004-07 nb 0224 - Rebuilt with AJE 003-33. Seventh of eight. The first flight on April 23, 2013. Accepted for service in 2013, Balice. Glass cockpit.

M-28 B / PT GC Bryza No. AJG 004-08 nb 0225 - Rebuilt with AJE 003-34. Eight out of eight. The first flight on November 20, 2013. Accepted for service in 2013, Balice. Glass cockpit.

 

Written by Karol Placha Hetman