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CCCP-86004 on the cover of this ...

4 pp, 282 x 173 mm, RU
Ilyushin
USSR Il-86

Early brochure with a drawing of an Il-86 taking off from its birthplace, Moscow-Khodynka, close to the Moscow City Air Terminal. Inside a photo of the prototype in flight and the cabin. Also a comparison of fuselage diameters with other Ilyushin aircraft.

4 pp, 210 x 210 mm, FR
Ilyushin Design Bureau

Il-86

The prototype on the cover of this early Aviaexport brochure describing the new Il-86 and its 'self-service' luggage concept.

4 pp, 240 x 165 mm, FR
Aviaexport USSR Moscow
Il-86

'Aeroflot is soon to operate the Il-86... Soviet first jumbo jet, the Il-86, means maximum comfort for you!' Excellent cut-away and photos of CCCP-86000.

6 panels (12 pp), 137 x 290 mm, RU-EN
Aviareklama, ca. 1979
Il-86

Another brochure for export sales of the IL-86, something that never happened. CCCP-86002 on the cover.

3 panels (6 pp), 240 x 165 mm, RU
Aviaexport USSR Moscow
Widebody Passenger Aircraft Il-86

CCCP-86002 on the cover of this early brochure at the beginning of the 10th five-year plan.
The IL-86 aircraft can be based on airports that are currently used by TU-134, DC-9 passenger planes, etc. After the successful completion of complex factory tests, the Il-86 aircraft received a certificate of airworthiness, and at the end of certification tests it will begin regular operation.
The brochure presents the Il-86s RELIABILITY AND SAFETY OF THE FLIGHT,  HIGH LEVEL OF COMFORT, CARRY-ON BAGGAGE + CONTAINERS and AUTONOMOUS OPERATION.

4 pp, 210 x 210 mm, RU
Ilyushin Design Bureau
ca. 1977
Il-86

Nice air-to-air cover photo of CCCP-86002 on this export sales promo brochure.

3 panels (6 pp), 240 x 165 mm, RU
Aviaexport USSR Moscow
Il-86

Another typical 80s brochure. Some popular domestic Il-86 destinations at the time were Tashkent, Mineralnye Vody, Simferopol, Novosibirsk and Rostov-on-Don.

12 pp, 200 x 191 mm, GE
Aviareklama, 1985
Il-86

Photomontage with a funny effect making the aircraft (CCCP-86014) look giant or the stewardess tiny. Nice photos inside, including the flight engineer station.

4 panels (8 pp), 140 x 200 mm, RU-EN
Aviareklama, 1986
Il-86 Wide Body

Emphasizing the large fuselage size in this small leaflet.

4 panels (8 pp), 136 x 200 mm, FR*
* also in Russian and in Spanish
Il-86

'Welcome aboard the Il-86!' This brochure opens with a large photo of CCCP-86055 being prepared for flight in the dark at Norilsk airport. While describing all comfort aboard this giant, photos of CCCP-86050 and other '86's in and outside.

12 pp, 200 x 186 mm, SP
Aviareklama, 1987
Il-86


4 panels (8 pp), 140 x 201 mm, RU-EN
Aviareklama, 1987
Il-86

We welcome you on board Il-86! Aeroflot is always at your service!

4 panels (8 pp), 141 x 200 mm, RU-EN
Aviareklama, 1988
Il-86

Late Soviet brochure listing the international Il-86 destinations: Athens,Berlin, Budapest, Paris, London, Milan, Madrid, Sofia, Prague, Frankfurt on Main and Shannon. Announced new destinations will be Brussels, Hamburg, Rome, Bucharest, Belgrade, Münich, Düsseldorf, Luxembourg and Vienna. In Asia it operates on routes to Damascus, New Delhi, Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City while Africa is getting ready for the Il-86 also. The first flight to Havana was already in 1983.

6 panels (12 pp), 140 x 270 mm, RU-EN
Aviareklama, 1990
Il-86

Not Soviet but this Aeroflot Russian Airlines brochure from 1995 should not be missed. Advertising the Il-86 with all its Soviet design features, all the photos show the Russian flag on the tail, where only a few years earlier the hammer and sickle were omnipresent.

4 panels (8 pp), 150 x 280 mm, RU-EN
Aviareklama, 1995
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