The Ilyushin Il-96 is built by Ilyushin in the Soviet Union as a four-engined jet capable of long-haul flights. It was a wide-body airliner introduced on December 29, 1992, with Aeroflot, and was produced by the Russian manufacturer Voronezh Aircraft Production Association (VASO) on the same year up to the present.

1992 to: Present
US$50 million (2019)
4x Aviadvigatel PS90-A1
38,326 pound-force
Max Cruise Speed:
469 knots
869 Km/h
Approach Speed (Vref):
Travel range:
5,400 Nautical Miles
10,001 Kilometers
Fuel Economy:
Service Ceiling:
43,000 feet
Rate of Climb:

Take Off Distance:
2700 metre - 8,858.16 feet
Landing Distance:
1650 metre - 5,413.32 feet
Max Take Off Weight:
265,000 Kg
584,219 lbs
Max Landing Weight:
Max Payload:
58,000 Kg
127,867 lbs
Fuel Tank Capacity:
40,322 gallon
152,635 litre
Baggage Volume:
Seats - Economy / General:
436 seats
Seats - Business Class:
Seats - First Class:
Cabin Height:
2.86 metre - 9.38 feet
Cabin Width:
5.7 metre - 18.70 feet
Cabin Length:
44.4 metre - 145.67 feet
Exterior Length:
63.9 metre - 209.64 feet
Tail height:
15.7 metre - 51.51 feet
Fuselage Diameter:
6.08 metre - 19.95 feet
Wing Span / Rotor Diameter:
60.1 metre - 197.18 feet
Wing Tips:
Canted Winglets

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The Ilyushin II-96 is a derivative of the first widebody airliner of the Soviet Union, the Ilyushin II-86. Unlike its antecedent, the II-96 is capable of flying on longer ranges, and equipped with more innovative technology. It is fitted with supercritical wings incorporating winglets, as well as a glass cockpit with electronic flight instrument displays, and fly-by-wire technology. In 1988, the aircraft made its first flight. In 1992, the Il-96 was awarded its type certification. The airliner has three major versions namely the Il-96-300, Il-96M/T, and Il-96-400.

The Il-96-400 is the same as the Il-96M. However, unlike the Il-96M that features Pratt and Whitney engines, the Il-96-400 is fitted with engines and avionics systems from Russia. The aircraft is a quadjet- it is powered by four Aviadvigatel PS-90A1 high-bypass commercial engines rated at 38,326 lbf thrust. Its engine is a twin-spool high-bypass turbofan with a single-stage fan, four-stage low-pressure and thirteen-stage high-pressure compressor, fully annular combustors, and two-stage high-pressure and four-stage low-pressure turbine.

The aircraft can accommodate a maximum of 436 passengers on board and the standard two-class layout can seat 386 passengers. It has a travel range of 5,400 nautical miles while carrying 315 passengers in a three-class layout. The aircraft has a service ceiling of 43000 feet and a cruise speed of 459 to 469 knots. It has a takeoff and landing distance of,2700 meters and 1,650 meters, respectively. The Il-96-400 has a maximum takeoff weight of 265,000 kg, a maximum payload of 58,000 kg, and a fuel tank capacity of 40,322 US gallons.

The Il-96-400 has an exterior length of 63.9 meters, an exterior height of 7 meters, a tail height of 15.7 meters, and a fuselage diameter of 6.08 meters. The aircraft cabin is 2.86-meter-high, 5.7-meter-wide, and 44.4-meter-long. It has a wheelbase of 26 meters, a wingspan of 60.1 meters, and a wing area of 350 square meters.
In February 2013, the Cuban Aviation Corporation signed a contract with Ilyushin for the three Il-96-400 aircraft orders.

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