Accommodation: Flightcrew of five and typical 174 passengers in IL-62M (186 in IL-62, 195 in IL-62MK).
Notes: Medium to long range airliner. In service since 1967. Russian version of the VICKERS VC10 concept. Improved production Il-62M, appeared in 1971. Third model Il-62MK, with higher MTOW and passenger capacity, since 1978. Production ceased in 1994. More than 250 aircraft were built including over 75 for export. In 1999 aprox. 49 aircraft remain in service.
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Accommodation: Flightcrew of seven and 50 t payload.
Notes: Long range freighter. In service since 1975. A military transport developed in many versions, also as civil transport aircraft, AWACS, firefighter and tanker aircraft. IL-78 MIDAS an air-to-air refuelling development to replace Myasischev Bison tankers. Most IL-78 tankers serve in civil colours. Latest version IL-82 has an extended fuselage. A CFM56 engine powered model is planned.
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Accommodation: Flightcrew of 3 and 234 passengers in two classes, up to 350 in high density configuration.
Notes: Medium range wide-body airliner. In service since 1980. Soviet Unions first wide-body airliner and model with underwing engines. Production ceased in 1994 after 107 aircraft were built. In 1999 approx. 90 remain in service, all with Russian and CIS operators (one by Chinese Airline). Planned CFM re-engined version has been delayed indefinitely.
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Accommodation: Flightcrew of two and 235 (312 in IL-96M) passengers in three classes, up to 300 (375 in IL-96M) in high density configuration.
Notes: Long range wide-body airliner. In service since 1993 (IL-96M since 1998). Russias second wide-body airliner based on the IL-86 with a modern western design. IL-96-300 standard version. Stretched development IL-96M. IL-96T freighter version of IL-96M. New twin engine version IL-98 under construction. IL-96M: Length 60,1 m, Height 15,2 m, MTOW 270000 Kg.