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AIRFRAME: 1988 IL-78 converted back to an IL-76 N78GF M/N: IL-78 S/N: 0083485558 Board/N: 76759 TTSN: 4390 TCSN: 1796 TSOH Airframe: 21 CSOH Airframe: 7
This aircraft is N registered. It is currently located in Michigan. The last flight was in 2009. It has been maintained since. In February 2015 it had extensive work completed and was signed off for a ferry flight.
All refueling equipment has been removed from the aircraft converting it back to an IL-76 freighter.
Per the OEM maintenance program with calendar life has expired so the aircraft would need to inspected / overhauled again to go onto an on condition program.
Full logs since new are available. ENGINE(S) / PROP (S) Garrett T76 Engines are all crated with sealed documentation. We do not have current times. There are a total of six engines.
ENGINE(S) / PROP(S) 4 × Aviadvigatel D-30 KP turbofan engines, 118 kN (27,000 lbf) thrust each
These engines have a total service life of 4500 hours / 3375 cycles with overhauls every 1500 hours / 1600 cycles & 6 calendar years. Some engines have been extended by the factory to 2000 hours / 1500 cycles & 12 years between overhauls.
All engines were given a 300 hour +/- 50 extensions in 2006
TA-6A SN 8336A169 1677 TTSN 2724 CSN
AVIONICS: Standard Eastern Bloc avionics
EXTERIOR: Military gray.
INTERIOR: Cargo configuration
MODIFICATIONS / CONVERSIONS: All air to air refueling equipment has been removed from the aircraft.
INSPECTION STATUS: The aircraft was prepared for and signed off for a ferry flight in February 2015. The OEM calendar life has expired on the airframe and engines but all are within OEM hours.