IL-96 with two PD-35 will open new horizons for the aviation industry

The installation of the promising PD-35 turbofan engine in a twin-engine layout on the IL-96 will allow the domestic aviation industry to open a new segment. This opinion was expressed by the UEC general designer, Yuri Shmotin, in an interview with the agency RIA News.




The functionary believes that the twin-engine layout can significantly reduce the fuel consumption of an aircraft. Viktor Pryadka, the head of the Alliance Aviation company, also supports him in this. of technologies Avintel. " In his opinion, the IL-96, equipped with PD-35 units, will be able to reduce fuel consumption by almost half.

Recall that the PD-35 project involves the creation of a dual-circuit turbofan aircraft engine of high thrust. It is assumed that in addition to the IL-96, the unit can be installed on the long-range CR929, developed by Russia and China.

The UEC plans to fully coordinate the technical requirements for a promising power plant in 2020 or 2021. At the same time, all development work should be completed in 2027.

In turn, the launch of mass production of the Russian airliner Il-96-400 is planned for 2023. Director of PJSC Il, Yuri Grudinin, stressed that this passenger aircraft will consist exclusively of domestic components.
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  1. lelik6655 Offline
    lelik6655 (Alexey Panchenko) 13 September 2019 17: 33
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    He won’t open anything, it’s necessary to forget it for a long time, I'm talking about the plane.
    1. Stas Ek Offline
      Stas Ek (Zhora) 15 September 2019 12: 52
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      Exactly such an opinion.
  2. bonifacius Offline
    bonifacius (Alex) 14 September 2019 01: 24
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    Halva, halva, halva ... Well, when will it be sweeter in the mouth? ...
    1. Piramidon Offline
      Piramidon (Stepan) 15 September 2019 10: 22
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      It is a pity only - to live in this wonderful time
      I don’t have to - neither to me, nor to you.


      N. A. Nekrasov
  3. Galar Offline
    Galar (Timur) 14 September 2019 09: 57
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    After 20 years, maybe the certification of the engine with such orders will begin if all the Russians are not known by this time.
  4. EnGenius Offline
    EnGenius (Engenius) 14 September 2019 16: 22
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    It will definitely be no longer the IL-96, but its kind of successor, from which he will take only some part. Instead of the PS-90, he will not fit under the standard wing in any way, which means that this is one that the project is not suitable for this in this configuration.
  5. Stas Ek Offline
    Stas Ek (Zhora) 15 September 2019 12: 51
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    Engine maneuvers, that's good. But a glider from the last century. Can a new country be created or not?
  6. Port Offline
    Port 15 September 2019 13: 37
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    Had to fly to 96 and 62, these are the best passenger planes, used Boeing in comparison with them a complete angle ....
  7. Savigne Offline
    Savigne 20 September 2019 18: 07
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    IL-96 with two PD-35 will open new horizons for the aviation industry

    That's when (and if) opens, then we'll talk. And then to brag, a big mind is not necessary.
    In general, aircraft engines, this is the trouble of Russia. They never knew how to do them, either in the USSR or later.
  8. Port Offline
    Port 20 September 2019 18: 15
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    Quote: Savigne
    In general, aircraft engines, this is the trouble of Russia.

    The trouble of Russia is liberals and roads.
  9. Alexander Butakov (Alexander Butakov) 22 September 2019 20: 48
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    And at least something was created in Russia in 28 years of collapse? Those who destroyed aviation, and are now at the trough and continue their vile business, so there are no grounds for optimism.