Il-86  
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): December 1980
Maiden Flight: 22 December 1976
Total Production: 120
Also Known As: Camber
Origin: Russia
Corporations: Ilyushin Aviaton Complex
Parent System: Il-86
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): December 1980
Maiden Flight: 22 December 1976
Total Production: 120
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Description: The four-engine Ilyushin Il-86 was the first wide body passenger aircraft produced in the former Soviet Union. It entered service in December 1980 being suitable for the medium-range segment carrying up to 350 passengers on domestic and international routes. This aircraft was powered by four Kuznetsov NK-86 engines developing 13,000 kg of thrust each.

The high fuel consumption and the limited range doomed to failure the Il-86 in the international commercial market with the majority of the existing Il-86 fleet operating only within the former Soviet Union airspace. The Il-86 project was started in September 1969 and the maiden flight was carried out on December 22, 1976. Approximately 120 aircraft were produced by the former Soviet Union. In mid-2011 the Il-86 halted commercial operations within Russia due to its noisy and fuel thirsty engines putting an end to this aircraft's history.

Il-86 Applications


Airliners Il-96-300

Il-86 Specifications

Crew: 3
Number of Engines: 4
Passengers: 350
Service Life Flight Hours: 30,000
Service Life Flights: 20,000
Area
Wing Area: 361 square meter
Dimensions
Fuselage Diameter: 6.08 meter
Height: 15.5 meter
Length: 60 meter
Wingspan: 48 meter
Performance
Ceiling: 12,000 meter
Landing Run Distance: 1,980 meter
Max Range: 3,800 kilometer (2,052 nautical mile)
Take Off Run Distance: 2,700 meter
Speed
Cruise Speed: 900 kph (0.75 mach)
Top Speed at High Altitude: 1,020 kph (0.85 mach)
Time
Service Life: 20 year
Volume
Fuel Tank Capacity: 83,676 liter
Weight
Max Takeoff Weight: 206 ton (454,145 pound)
Payload: 42 ton
Thrust: 114,600 pound
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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