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Ilyushin IL-62 (Classic)

Soviet Union (1967)
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Operated by many, the Ilyushin Il-62 product has seen its fair share of incidents and accidents over a lengthy flying career.


Detailing the development and operational history of the Ilyushin IL-62 (Classic) Narrow-Body Passenger Airliner.  Entry last updated on 6/16/2017. Authored by Staff Writer. Content ©www.MilitaryFactory.com

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Relative Maximum Speed Rating
Hi: 750mph
Lo: 375mph
    This entry's maximum listed speed (559mph).

    Graph average of 562.5 miles-per-hour.
City-to-City Ranges
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Unit Production Comparison
Comm. Market HI*: 44,000 units
Military Market HI**: 36,183 units
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292


  * Commercial Market High belongs to Cessna 172.

  ** Military Market High belongs to Ilyushin Il-2.


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Origin: Soviet Union
Year: 1967
Type: Narrow-Body Passenger Airliner
Manufacturer(s): Ilyushin - Soviet Union
Production: 292
Global Operators:
Angola; Cambodia; Central African Republic; China; Cuba; Czechoslovakia; East Germany; Egypt; France; Gambia; Georgia; Guyana; Hungary; Iran; Japan; Kazakhstan; Latvia; Libya; Mozambique; Netherlands; North Korea; Poland; Romania; Russia; Turkey; Ukraine; Uzbekistan; Soviet Union; Sudan; Vietnam; Zaire
Historical Commitments / Honors:

Military lapel ribbon for Operation Allied Force
Military lapel ribbon for the Arab-Israeli War
Military lapel ribbon for the Battle of Britain
Military lapel ribbon for the Battle of Midway
Military lapel ribbon for the Berlin Airlift
Military lapel ribbon for the Chaco War
Military lapel ribbon for the Cold War
Military lapel ribbon for the Cuban Missile Crisis
Military lapel ribbon for the Falklands War
Military lapel ribbon for the French-Indochina War
Military lapel ribbon for the Golden Age of Flight
Military lapel ribbon for the 1991 Gulf War
Military lapel ribbon for the Indo-Pak Wars
Military lapel ribbon for the Iran-Iraq War
Military lapel ribbon for the Korean War
Military lapel ribbon for the 1982 Lebanon War
Military lapel ribbon for the Malayan Emergency
Military lapel ribbon for the attack on Pearl Harbor
Military lapel ribbon for the Six Day War
Military lapel ribbon for the Soviet-Afghan War
Military lapel ribbon for the Spanish Civil War
Military lapel ribbon for the Suez Crisis
Military lapel ribbon for the Vietnam War
Military lapel ribbon for Warsaw Pact of the Cold War-era
Military lapel ribbon for the WASP (WW2)
Military lapel ribbon for the World War 1
Military lapel ribbon for the World War 2
Military lapel ribbon for the Yom Kippur
* Ribbons not necessarily indicative of actual historical campaign ribbons. Ribbons are clickable to their respective campaigns/operations.
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Structural - Crew, Dimensions, and Weights:
Unless otherwise noted the presented statistics below pertain to the Ilyushin IL-62M model. Common measurements, and their respective conversions, are shown when possible.

Operational
CREW


Personnel
5


Dimension
LENGTH


Feet
174.28 ft


Meters
53.12 m


Dimension
WIDTH


Feet
141.73 ft


Meters
43.2 m


Dimension
HEIGHT


Feet
40.52 ft


Meters
12.35 m


Weight
EMPTY


Pounds
157,851 lb


Kilograms
71,600 kg


Weight
LOADED


Pounds
363,763 lb


Kilograms
165,000 kg

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Installed Power - Standard Day Performance:
4 x Soloviev D-30KU turbofan engines developing 24,250 lb thrust each.

Performance
SPEED


Miles-per-Hour
559 mph


Kilometers-per-Hour
900 kph


Knots
486 kts


Performance
RANGE


Miles
6,214 mi


Kilometers
10,000 km


Nautical Miles
5,400 nm


Performance
CEILING


Feet
39,370 ft


Meters
12,000 m


Miles
7.46 mi


Performance
CLIMB RATE


Feet-per-Minute
3,540 ft/min


Meters-per-Minute
1,079 m/min

Armament - Hardpoints (0):

None.
Variants: Series Model Variants
• IL-62 "Classic" - Base series designation; initial production model; fitted with Kuznetsov NK-8 turbofan engines; seating for 186.
• IL-62M - Modernized variant; fitted with Soloviev D-30KU turbofan engines; seating for 174.
• IL-62MK - Medium-haul variant; D-30KU engines; seating for 195.