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Ilyushin Il-103

Il-103
Role Training aircraft
National origin Soviet Union / Russia
Manufacturer Ilyushin
Designer Genrikh Novozhilov
First flight 17 May 1994
Status In service
Primary users Republic of Korea Air Force
Peruvian Navy
Number built 66
Unit cost
USD 156,500


The Ilyushin Il-103 is a single-engined, low-winged training aircraft, the Ilyushin Design Bureau started its development in 1990 in the Soviet Union and the aircraft is now produced in Russia.[1] It was the first Russian aircraft to achieve Federal Aviation Administration certification for sales in the United States.

Produced by RSK-MiG, it has been adopted by the Republic of Korea Air Force as a primary trainer, Il-103 is called the T-103 in Korea.

Users

The following is the list of import versions of the II-103:

 Laos
 Republic of Korea
 Peru
  • Peruvian Navy: 6 delivered/ordered
  • Peruvian Army: 6 delivered / 1 crash w/fire damaged beyond repair. No-injuries (Officers at Ejercito Del Peru - Peruvian Army)

Specifications (Il-103)

Data from [4]

General characteristics
  • Crew: 2 stick controls
  • Capacity: 3 places in back total seating=5
  • Length: 8 m (26 ft 3 in)
  • Wingspan: 10.56 m (34 ft 7.75 in)
  • Height: 3.135 m (10 ft 3.5 in)
  • Wing area: 14.71 m2 (158.34 ft2)
  • Empty weight: 900 kg (1984 lb)
  • Gross weight: 1310 kg (2888 lb)
  • Powerplant: 1 × Continental IO-360ES- Fuel Injected - piston engine with one Hartzell BHC-C2YF-1BF/F8459A-8R two-blade variable pitch (hydraulic) metal propeller, 156 kW (210 hp)

Performance

  • Range: (at cruising speed, pilot and 270 kg (595 lb) payload and 30 min reserves): 800 km (497 miles)
  • Service ceiling: (max certified altitude): 3000 m (9840 ft)
  • Rate of climb: (at ISA mean sea level): 3.167 m/s ( ft/min)

See also

Aircraft of comparable role, configuration and era

References

Notes
  1. ^ Flying Magazine: 22. September 1991. 
  2. ^ Lao People's Liberation Army Air Force Aircraft Types. Aeroflight.co.uk Accessed 2010-12-14
  3. ^ S. Korean military plane crash leaves two dead. Chinapost.com Accessed 2013-06-21
  4. ^ IO-360ES.pdf
Bibliography
  • South Korea to get Russian aircraft, Flight International 02/08/2002
  • Taylor, Michael J. H. (1996). Brassey's World Aircraft & Systems Directory. London, England: Brassey's.  

External links

  • Base Aérea Lima-Callao: Aviación del Ejército del Peru. (in English)


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