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IL-76MD-90A

Ил-76МД-90А
Development: OJSC Ilyushin Aviation Complex
Maiden flight: September 22, 2012
The design phase: Production Production:

The IL-76MD-90A airplane has been derived from the design of the production IL-76MD to further improve airplanes of this type and broaden their transportation capabilities through the modernization of their wings and installation of more powerful, efficient, and quiet PS-90A-76 engines instead of D-30KP-2 engines. The IL-76MD-90A is intended for paradropping and the delivery of military personnel, military equipment, goods, fuel, and containers.

Prior versions of heavy military transport aircraft in the IL-76 family were produced at Tashkent Aircraft Plant. The IL company designed an upgraded version of the IL-76MD-90A with more powerful and efficient engines, new wings, reinforced landing gear, renovated avionics, and flight decks.

Pursuant to a Resolution by the Russian Government, production of the new version was assigned to Aviastar-SP aircraft company, which started preparations for their production capacity in 2009.
The roll-out of the first airplane took place in December 2011, and the first flight of IL-76MD-90A was completed on September 22, 2012. The airplane was piloted by a crew captained by Honored Test Pilot of the Russian Federation, Hero of Russia Nikolay Kuimov.

The contract for the delivery of 39 IL-76MD-90A airplanes between PJSC UAC and the Defense Ministry of the Russian Federation was signed the same year. The first of the airplanes was handed over to the customer in 2014.

A tanker aircraft and an aircraft with a long-range radar detection and control system were also developed based on the new IL-76 version.

Historyhttp://uacrussia.ru/en/aircraft/lineup/transport/IL-76MD-90A/#history

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