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A four-engine jet airliner, similar in appearance to the Vickers VC 10, six Il-62s are known to have been supplied to North Korea. Presumably, the Il-62s have mainly been operated by the airline Air Koryo. At least in the past, the Il-62s have been frequently used for government VIP flights abroad.
|P-618||2546624||Noted at Tokyo on Aug 19, 1985, possibly as government aircraft (Air Force One?). Last noted at Bratislava-Ivanka on April 1, 2003, no titles.|
|P-880||2241758||Reportedly delivered, not confirmed. Soviet Transports (Hillman et al) quotes a Russian source that the aeroplane was indeed delivered in December 1982, registered as CCCP-86538.|
|P-881||3647853||Noted at Beijing, March 16, 2004|
|P-882||2850236||Noted in service at Bratislava-Ivanka, Jan 16, 2004, no titles|
|885,P-885||3933913||June 1979||Noted at Pyongyang-Sunan,Feb 17, 2004.|
|P-889||21391? Partial||W/o July 1, 1983, crashed in Fouta Djali Mts, Guinea-Bissau.|
None available at present.
- World Air Forces Directory 2009/2010 (Ian Carroll)
- OKB Ilyushin (Yefim Gordon, Dmitry Komissarov with Sergey Komissarov)
To be added.
See other operators of the Ilyushin Il-62 'Classic'