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Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 2015
Total Production: ?
Also Known As: IL-114P
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, Il-114-300 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-114P and Il-114MP are intended for military customers for operations at all-weather, day/night conditions and provided with a modular architecture to accommodate a wide range of weapons and sensors. The Il-114MP is a multipurpose aircraft suitable for aerial patrolling in littoral and blue water zones providing detection, identification, tracking and destruction of both surface and underwater targets. The aircraft gathers electronic reconnaissance data to pinpoint the target's location. Moreover, Il-114MP can be employed in Search and Rescue (SAR) operations locating survivors and delivering survival equipment. In the ASW role, the Il-114MP aircraft is equipped with radar, sonobuoys, magnetic anomaly detector (MAD), IR and TV imaging systems as well as electronic reconnaissance systems. In addition, it is capable of airdropping mines. In the ASuW role, the Il-114MP can effectively engage a surface vessel from standoff ranges.

The Il-114P is a scaled-down variant of the Il-114MP aircraft intended primarily to perform air patrols in the Exclusive Economic Zones (EEZs), ports and coast surveillance, and environmental monitoring. The Il-114P aircraft's equipment allow for detection, identification and tracking of surface vessels. In addition to its surveillance role, the Il-114P can be used for SAR, medical evacuation and cargo transport. The array of sensors provided to this aircraft include: radar, IR and TV imaging systems. Additionally, it can incorporate gun pods, survival equipment containers, searchlight and loudspeaker pods.

Both aircraft feature a two-man crew and two to four operators. The Il-114P is lighter and smaller than the Il-114MP and can operate form shorter runways. The flight endurance loitering at ranges of up to 370 kilometers from its home airfield varies between 8 to 12 hours. The Il-114P is powered by two TV7-117 turboprop engines and the Il-114MP is powered by two Al-20D turboprop engines. The Il-114P can operate at altitudes between 100 to 8,000 meters while the Il-114MP must operate at altitudes above 500 meters.

Il-114MP Specifications

Crew: 6
Number of Engines: 2
Height: 9.18 meter (30.1 foot)
Length: 29.7 meter (97 foot)
Wingspan: 30 meter (98 foot)
Ceiling: 8,000 meter (26,247 foot)
Landing Run Distance: 1,000 meter
Take Off Run Distance: 1,300 meter
Economical Speed: 400 kph
Flight Endurance: 12 hour (0.50 day)
Max Takeoff Weight: 30,000 kilogram (66,138 pound)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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