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The IIyushin II-80

The IIyushin II-80 (NATO reporting name: Maxdome) is a modified Ilyushin Il-86 and created by IIyushin. It is a Russian airborne and Command and Control aircraft modified from the II-86 airliner. Similar to the Boeing E-4B, the weight has a bulge on top, a small sharped tail at the middle-spine, and a stick attached to the nose.


Development of the II-80[]

The II-86, gone for the II-80 study, was ready for II-86 consultantion

The IIyushin II-80 callsign was called Maxdome, a II-80 callsign during the executive jet layout of the Ilyushin Il-86 (called Camber) with the Russian clan in 1970 before NATO was giving modern paid. The airline called Maxdome during the TRANSAERO jet age and the II-80 was called for brought in production. It's first flight is from May 6, 2010.

The aircraft can use command and control stick while opening stuck device of the II-80. The transponder

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