Antonov An-28 ✈ PZL M28 Skytruck (Poland)

Antonov An-28 (USSR). First flight: September 1969 (WIKI)

PZL M28 Skytruck (Poland). First flight: 24 July 1993 (WIKI)

PZL Mielec has become the sole source for production An-28s. The basic variant, not differing from the Soviet one, was designated PZL An-28 and was powered with PZL-10S (licence-built TVD-10B) engines. The plane was next developed by the PZL Mielec into a westernized version powered by 820 kW (1100shp) Pratt & Whitney PT6A-65B turboprops with five-blade Hartzell propellers, plus some western (BendixKing) avionics (a distinguishing feature are exhaust pipes, sticking out on sides of engine nacelles). Designated the PZL M28 Skytruck, first flight was on 24 July 1993 and it is in limited production, mostly for export (39 produced by 2006).
— Wikipedia