Re: New Airliner In Service

From:         randy@ms.uky.edu (Randy Appleton)
Organization: University Of Kentucky, Dept. of Math Sciences
Date:         27 Jul 93 12:33:31 PDT
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Edward Hasbrouck <ehasbrouck@igc.apc.org> writes:

About the IL-96 ...

>passengers - one class           300
>passengers  -three classes       235
>payload                          40 metric tons (92,109 lbs.)
>cruise speed                     900 km/h (559 mph)
>cruising altitude                12 km (39,700 ft.)
>range - 15 metric ton payload    11,000 km (6836 miles)
>range - 30 metric ton payload    9,000 km (5594 miles)
>engines                          4 Soloviev PS-90A turbofans
>thrust/engine                    16,000 kg (35275 lbs.)
>seat pitch - first class (2-2-2) 1020 mm (40.2 in.)
>seat pitch - business (2-3-2)    900 mm (35.4 in.)
>seat pitch - economy (3-3-3)     870 mm (34.2 in.)
>takeoff distance                 2600 m (8530 ft.)
>landing distance                 2000 m (6561 ft.)

So, what plane would be closest to these stats?  And how would the
cost compare to the IL-96?

-Thanks