Mercedes also launched its first 5-cylinder diesel engine OM in this chassis. The car was designed by French auto designer Paul Bracq who was chief designer at Mercedes-Benz for models from to , a period that included models such as the Grosser Mercedes-Benz Bracq was also responsible for BMW designs —74 and Peugeot designs — While a classic and understated design these generally cost less than the Wbased SL model that ran until , and its successor, the 3.
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The aircraft is powered by two Klimov TV S turboprop engines, driving six-bladed propellers. The undercarriage is a retractable nosewheel undercarriage , while double-slotted trailing edge flaps are fitted to the wings.
The second prototype did not fly until 24 December This second prototype crashed, killing seven of nine people aboard, on 5 July , causing the Russian government to withdraw funding from the Il, although the OKB continued development with its own money. In the winter of the aircraft was scheduled for the following routes:  Together with the Airbus A for flights between Tashkent and Karshi , Navoi , Nukus as well as Urgench.
Together with the Boeing for flights between Tashkent and Termez. Together with the Airbus A and the Boeing for flights between Tashkent and Bukhara Though the aircraft is not scheduled for other flights, following ad hoc changes it is also though rarely flown to other destinations in Uzbekistan. This also includes international connections: though these are no longer scheduled for the Ilyushin , the aircraft is sometimes used ad hoc on flights between Tashkent and Ashgabad as well as Bishkek.
Uzbekistan Airways frequently changed aircraft prior to flights in order to allow for optimal usage of aircraft space in relation to actual demand.
This Il has a FLIR under the nose, a magnetometer in the tail section, a semi-automatic sonobuoy dispenser, and two pylons under the fuselage for sensor pods or Kh anti-ship missiles. On the right side of the fuselage, a GSh twin-barrel mm rapid fire cannon pod can be installed, with conformal metric-band antennas on both sides. An additional antenna is in an underbelly dome for degree coverage. Ilyushin is also offering the Maritime Patrol version of the aircraft to the Russian navy that can patrol for up to ten hours.
It can be armed with 1. The IlMP is intended to supplement and may then replace the ageing Il China may be interested in the modernized Il Selection will be made in the period of A Maritime Patrol version of the Il twin-turboprop airliner most likely will be a candidate.
It will be designated Il and will be produced using only Russian-produced components. Four versions of Il would be developed including a passenger version by ; Cargo and Arctic versions derived from the passenger version, and a Maritime Patrol Aircraft, whose prototype was showcased at Army forum.
Until , almost 56 billion rubles from the state budget will finance the construction of Il planes. It is expected that the plant can produce Ilyushin Il regional aircraft per month to supply Russian airlines that will need around turboprops with seats over the next 10 to 15 years, said Slusar. The Ilyushin IlV tactical airlifter for the Russian air force was forecast to make its maiden flight in the summer of , according to Yuri Slyusar, president of the United Aircraft Corporation UAC , but it was subsequently delayed.
Although the delivery schedule was not disclosed, the manufacturer and lessor are expected to sign a preliminary agreement on terms and conditions before the end of Fuselage is shorter, carrying between 52 - 68 passengers. Two aircraft have been built by April
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