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    General Data

    Il-103 is a light multi-purpose aircraft for general aviation. This airplane has a highest safety level and exclusive manufacturing technology, which allows production in large batches at an affordable price. The aircraft combines high aerodynamic performance, comfortable and spacious cockpit, reliable engine and modern avionics.

    The Il-103 boasts high cost efficiency and reliability and can be operated in any climatic conditions. It can be used asan air taxi, a patrol coastal guard aircraft, or an environmental monitoring vehicle.It is also designed for use by private usee and training aircraftby flying schools as the primary trainer.

    Il-103 is easily operated from short airstrips and unpaved aerodromes, as this aircraft is easy to maintain and repair.

    First flight took place on May 17, 1994. Test pilot was I.I.Gudkov.

    Type Certificate No. 89-103 AR by IAC was granted in February 1996.

    Type Certificate No. А45СЕ FAA was granted in December 1998.

    • Maximum shaft power (МСА, H=0)
    • Maximum takeoff weight
      1 310kg
    • Maximum flight altitude
      4 000m
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    Main technical characteristics

    Dimensional characteristics
    Length, m 8
    Height, m 3,135
    Wingspan, m 10,56
    Wing area, sq. m. 14,71
    Power plant parameters
    Number x engine type 1 x reciprocating engine
    Engine model IO-360ES
    Maximum shaft power (МСА, H=0), kgf 210
    Propeller diameter, m 1,93
    Compliance with ICAO standards Appendix 16, Chapter 10
    Weight parameters
    Maximum takeoff weight, kg 1 310
    Maximum payload, kg 350
    Fuel tank capacity, l 200
    Aircraft performance
    Cruising speed, km/h 180–225
    Flight altitude, m up to 4 000
    Practical flight range with a load of 240 kg, km 750
    Takeoff distance, m 405
    Landing distance, m 575
    Number of seats
    Crew, persons 1
    Passengers, persons 3
    Specified life
    Calendar operating life, years 15
    Number of flights 20 000
    Number of flight hours, hr. 14 000
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