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Initial Operational Capability (IOC):
1 August 1995
Also Known As: Candid, Il-76, Il-76M, Il-76MD and Il-76MD-90
Corporations: Ilyushin Aviaton Complex
Description: The Ilyushin Il-76 is a medium military transport/cargo aircraft originally designed to provide support to the Soviet Army replacing the turboprop powered An-12. Dubbed Candid by NATO, has been suggested as the Soviet counterpart to the United States Air Force C-141 Starlifter cargo aircraft. The Il-76 was also developed to meet the requirements of civil cargo transport requirements. Originally, it was powered by four D-30KP turbofan engines which have been replaced in subsequent versions by the PS-90/PS-90AN fuel efficient engine. A rear ramp allows for rapid loading/off-loading of cargo, equipment and/or personnel. Many Il-76 aircraft versions have been produced for military customers (Il-76, Il-76M, Il-76MD and Il-76MF) and civil customers (Il-76TD, Il-76TD-90 and Il-76TF). The Il-78 dubbed 'Midas' is a version developed to play as a tanker aircraft (Il-78M and Il-78MK) and introduced in 1987. The Il-76 project was launched in the late 1960s and the maiden flight was carried out on March 25, 1971. Series production started in 1975. The Il-76 military transport aircraft were provided with two 23mm GSh-23L guns in the tail and require a seven-man aircrew.
The first Il-76 military transport aircraft entered service in 1975 and was replaced in the production line by the improved Il-76M. The Il-76MD is a modified version of Il-76M with the main structural elements such as frame and landing gear strengthened to increase the maximum take-off gross weight and payload. Originally, the Il-76MD was powered by four D-30KP turbofan engines rated at 12,000 kg/26,000-lb of thrust each which currently are being replaced by the more efficient PS-90A-76.
The Il-76MF military transport aircraft is a modified version of Il-76MD featuring an enlarged fuselage, a new auxiliary power unit, modern avionics and PS-90A-76 fuel efficient turbojet engines each rated at 16,000kg/35,000-lb of thrust. In addition, the Il-76MF only requires a crew of five-man compared to seven-man in early models. Ilyushin Aviation Complex carried out the maiden flight on August 1, 1995. The mission range assigned to the Il-76 military transport aircraft includes: transportation of personnel; cargo; weapons; equipment; medical evacuation; and airdrop of airborne troops, equipment and cargo.
The IL-76MD-90 is a version of Il-76MD powered by more powerful PS-90A-76 turbofans, each rated at 35,000-lb, providing a maximum combined thrust of 140,000-lb at takeoff. The Il-76MD-90 increases the cruise speed from 750 kph to 850 kph compared with the D-30KP powered Il-76MD. Takeoff and landing run distances are shortened for the PS-90-A76 powered Il-76MD and the flight performance gets improved as well. The Russian Air Force expects to take delivery of 12 upgraded Il-76MD-90 airplanes before 2010. The upgraded versions of the Il-76 and An-124 aircraft will form the basis of the Russian strategic airlift capacity through 2030-2040 timeframe.
Il-76 items 2005-2012 Chart includes Il-476 (39), Il-78MK (3), Il-76MF (2)
Number of Engines: 4
Wing Area: 300 square meter
Fuselage Diameter: 4.80 meter
Height: 14.3 meter
Length: 53 meter
Main Gun Caliber: 23 millimeter
Wingspan: 51 meter
Ceiling: 12,000 meter (39,370 foot)
Landing Run Distance: 990 meter
Max Range: 6,300 kilometer
Take Off Run Distance: 1,800 meter
Cruise Speed: 850 kph (236 mps)
Fuel Tank Capacity: 109,500 liter
Cargo: 60 ton
Max Takeoff Thrust: 141,000 pound
Max Takeoff Weight: 210 ton
Min Weight: 100 ton
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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There are 8 news between
5 Mar 2004 and 31 Oct 2011
Monday, October 31, 2011First A-50U Upgraded AWACS Aircraft Enters Service with Russian Air ForceThursday, November 4, 2010India Takes Delivery of Third A-50EI AWACS Aircraft from RussiaMonday, August 2, 2010Kaveri Fighter Aircraft Engine Being Developed with Aid from RussiaWednesday, August 5, 2009Russian Air Force Outlines Future Force Structure by 2020-2025Thursday, May 28, 2009Indian Air Force Introduces First A-50EI AWACS AircraftWednesday, April 25, 2007BMD-4 Performs First Air Drop from an Il-76MWednesday, August 17, 2005Jordan Purchases Russian Il-76MF Transport AircraftFriday, March 5, 2004India Purchases Three IL-76 AEW Aircraft
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