Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 2021
Maiden Flight: 2019
Total Production: ?
Origin: Russia
Corporations: Ilyushin Aviaton Complex and VASO
Parent System: Il-96
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): July 1993
Maiden Flight: 28 September 1988
Total Production: 83
Family Members: Il-96-300, Il-96-400, Il-96-400T, Il-96-400TZ, Il-96M and Il-96T
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Description: The Ilyushin Il-96 is a four-engine, wide-body, longer range passenger and freighter aircraft based upon the Il-86 airliner. The Il-96 aircraft features a fuselage shortened approx. 4 meters, a new wing layout, a seating capacity between 235 and 436 passengers, and fly-by-wire controls. The Il-96 wide-body aircraft family includes the Il-96-300 and Il-96-400 airliners and the Il-96T and Il-96-400T freighters. The Il-96 powered by western engines and the Il-98 twin-engine airliners were cancelled. The Il-96 maiden flight was carried out on September 28, 1988. In July 1993 the first Il-96-300 airliner entered into service.

The Iyushin Il-96-400M is a derivative of the Il-96-400 long-haul, wide-body airliner featuring more powerful PS-90A1 engines, stretched fuselage, improved aerodynamics and composite materials in order to reduce the aircraft weight and achieve greater cabin comfort. The Il-96-400M will be able to transport 370 passengers delivering outstanding comfort and higher levels of safety. In addition to additional thrust the new engines will provide higher fuel efficiency boosting the aircraft's range. The upgraded Il-96-400M is expected to enter revenue service by 2020-2021.

Il-96-400M Specifications

Number of Engines: 4
Passengers: 370
Max Range: 13,875 kilometer (7,492 nautical mile)
Max Takeoff Weight: 270 ton (595,238 pound)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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