Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1998
Maiden Flight: 16 May 1997
Total Production: ?
Origin: Russia
Corporations: Ilyushin Aviaton Complex
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-96-400M, Il-96-400T, Il-96-400TZ and Il-96M
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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 Il-96T is a long-range, wide-body freighter derived from Il-96-300 airliner and featuring a stretched fuselage equipped with Pratt & Whitney engines and Rockwell Collins avionics. The aircraft maximum payload capacity is 92 tons distributed inside 32 international containers, but typically carries a 58-ton payload on routes of up to 9,700 kilometers. The Il-96T freighter is powered by four US-built PW2037 engines rated at 37,000 pounds of thrust. These engines are far more reliable and fuel efficient than Russian-built PS90A turbofans. The maiden flight was carried out on May 16, 2007. Russian type certification was awarded in March 1998 and FAA type certification in June 1999.

Il-96T Specifications

Crew: 2
Number of Engines: 4
Service Life Flight Hours: 60,000
Service Life Flights: 20,000
Wing Area: 350 square meter
Cargo Compartment Length: 45 meter
Fuselage Diameter: 6.08 meter
Height: 15.7 meter
Length: 64 meter
Wingspan: 60 meter
Ceiling: 12,000 meter
Landing Run Distance: 1,650 meter
Max Range: 9,700 kilometer (5,238 nautical mile)
Take Off Run Distance: 2,500 meter
Cruise Speed: 870 kph (0.73 mach)
Top Speed at High Altitude: 273 mps (983 kph)
Service Life: 20 year
Fuel Tank Capacity: 152,620 liter
Payload Capacity: 776 metric ton
Cargo: 92 ton (202,822 pound)
Empty Weight: 132 ton
Max Takeoff Thrust: 148,000 pound
Max Takeoff Weight: 270 ton (595,238 pound)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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