First flown in 1953, the IL-14 was developed from the IL-12 and is known in the West under the NATO reporting name Crate. Many thousands were produced in the Soviet Union, East Germany and Czechoslovakia (as the Avia 14). The IL-14 basic version with normal accommodation for 28 passengers was followed by the IL-14M and IL-14P. The former has a fuselage lengthened by 1.0m and accommodates up to 32 passengers, while the latter seats 26 passengers, has improved performance and an AUW of 16,500kg. A large number of M and P versions were converted into IL-14T freighters.
| ENGINE||2 x ASh-82T, 1395kW|
| Take-off weight||17000 kg||37479 lb|
| Empty weight||12200 kg||26897 lb|
| Wingspan||31.7 m||104 ft 0 in|
| Length||21.3 m||70 ft 11 in|
| Height||7.9 m||26 ft 11 in|
| Wing area||100.0/B>, m2||1076.39 / 0.00 sq ft|
| Max. speed||395 km/h||245 mph|
| Cruise speed||345 km/h||214 mph|
| Ceiling||7000 m||22950 ft|
| Range w/max.fuel||3200 km||1988 miles|
| Range w/max payload||1000 km||621 miles|
|Sergey Zharkov, e-mail, 09.02.2012 15:17|
2 Scott: A somewhat strange comparison with a plane from a different era - nearly 20+ years between them. They were build with using different technology and for the different infrastructure. And by the way practical range is almost the same 1600 km for IL-14M and 1750 for EMB-120.
|Scott Boyd, e-mail, 09.02.2012 06:00|
The Brasilia is 12,000 pounds lighter in takeoff weight with about the same payload. IL-14 214 mph cruise, the EMB-120 300 and nearly twice the range.
|Sergey Zharkov, e-mail, 08.02.2012 12:50|
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|Marius Robert Dragomir, e-mail, 14.01.2010 22:44|
Do you have any photos with this piece of art?
|Marius Robert Dragomir, e-mail, 14.01.2010 22:41|
CV-240 is just a plane.IL-14 is unique!!!
|Marius Robert Dragomir, e-mail, 14.01.2010 22:38|
Correction...first part is true.Indeed it resemblance something like this:DC-3 LI-2 IL-12 and IL-14.I think in my opinion,is one of the most beautiful airplane in the world!Very beautiful!I love this plane!
|Bob Weber, e-mail, 12.01.2010 18:12|
Correction....the IL-14 resembled more to a CV-240 than a DC-3
|Bob Weber, e-mail, 12.01.2010 17:20|
I worked the weight /balance of the IL-14 by Aeroflot in 1955 at Vienna airport. The aircraft resembled the DC-3 but had a nose wheel and when parked had to use a tail post.
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