That’s the only IL-EightSixy with a wide form body frame. In the NATO classification it was called A Camber plane. Over hundred planes were made but the only in museum is this plane we see today.
It was double-decker jet to be used on Soviet lines.
The food service and the crew had the spots on upper deck.
First plane went to public use in around year eighty, it was put to fly Tashket from the Moscow airports.
It got four large new engines and it made a few records of the speeds on normal lines – like the fastest 2,000 route – it got over 1000km/h.
The IL-86-and-D got the Rolls-Royce engines.
If USSR didn’t collapse it could be the most used plane (with together with nine-six – the next generation of the plane) they could go non-stop over 9k kilometers.
But USSR ceased to exist and instead now Boeings used, also used Airbus planes is the mainstream Russian jets.
Here we see the windows closed with curtains from Soviet times.
It was pretty awesome plane – even president got one.
Now it stays on open air, just a history of ours.