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Initial Operational Capability (IOC): April 1997
Maiden Flight: 29 March 1990
Total Production: 20
Also Known As: Il-114-100 and Il-114LL
Origin: Russia
Corporations: Ilyushin Aviaton Complex
Parent System: Il-114
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): April 1997
Maiden Flight: 29 March 1990
Total Production: 20
Family Members: Il-114-300, Il-114MP and Il-114T
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Description: The Ilyushin IL-114 is a twin-engine turboprop aircraft suitable for commercial and military applications such as regional airliner and patrol aircraft respectively. Ilyushin Aviation Complex carried out the maiden flight on March 29, 1990. The Il-114 is suitable for regional routes operating from small unpaved runways and flying at day/night in all-weather conditions. An auxiliary power system allows for autonomous operation at ill-equipped airports. Flight data was unified into a central multifunctional display system based on color LCDs. The Russian aviation authorities certified the aircraft type in April 1997. Two Klimov TV7-117S engines rated at 2,500-hp each provide power to six-bladed propellers with a 3.6-m diameter.

The Il-114 turboprop airplane is intended to cover regional routes of up to 1,000 kilometers carrying up to 64 passengers. This variant features a built-in passenger-boarding ramp as well as buffet table, wardrobe and toilet facility. The Il-114-100 builds on the Il-114 passenger airplane replacing TV7-117 turboprops by the more powerful Pratt & Whitney Canada PW127H engines developing 2,645-hp each. The new power plants allow for greater flight range while improving the landing and take off characteristics. The Il-114-100's propeller diameter is 3.72 meters. The maiden flight was carried out on January 26, 1999, followed by type certification in December 1999.

Il-114 Specifications

Crew: 2
Number of Engines: 2
Passengers: 64
Service Life Flight Hours: 30,000
Service Life Flights: 30,000
Wing Area: 82 square meter
Fuselage Diameter: 2.86 meter
Height: 9.32 meter
Length: 26.9 meter
Wingspan: 30 meter
Ceiling: 7,600 meter
Landing Run Distance: 900 meter
Max Range: 1,500 kilometer (810 nautical mile)
Take Off Run Distance: 1,100 meter
Max Power at TakeOff: 5,000 hp
Cruise Speed: 500 kph (0.42 mach)
Service Life: 30 year
Fuel Tank Capacity: 8,360 liter
Max Takeoff Weight: 23.5 ton (51,808 pound)
Payload: 6.50 ton
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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Il-114 News

There are 5 news between
23 Sep 2015 and 30 Mar 2019
Saturday, March 30, 2019Russian Il-112V Light Transport Aircraft Performs Maiden Flight
Monday, June 19, 2017Pratt & Whitney Canada and Ilyushin Sign a Memorandum to Complete a Feasibility Study in Support of IL-114-100 Regional Aircraft Program Restart
Thursday, August 18, 2016Russia to Start Producing Engines for New Il-112 Plane in 2018
Friday, November 13, 2015KRET to Provide Avionics for the Il-114 Aircraft
Wednesday, September 23, 2015KRET to Provide Avionics for New Ekranoplan

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