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A four turbine engine airliner, four Il-18s were delivered to North Korea during the 1960s. Surviving aircraft are operated in conjunction with the national airline Air Koryo. * indicates unconfirmed.
|825, 525*||185008703*||3 April 1968||Il-18E. One Il-18 with the s/n 525 was noted at Berlin-Schönefeld in June 1970, believed to be this aircraft.|
|834||188010604||13 Feb 1968||Il-18D. No further data.|
|835, P-835||188011205||20 March 1969||Il-18D. Arrived at BASCO (Bykovo Air Services Company) on Sep 2, 1985 for overhaul. 7,623 hrs TT. Noted in service at Pyongyang on Feb 17, 2004.|
|836, P-836||185008204||16 May 1965||Il-18V. Arrived at BASCO in Oct 1987 for overhaul. 7,669 hrs TT. Converted to Il-18GrM at unknown date. Noted in service at Beijing on March 16, 2004.|
None available at present.
- World Air Forces Directory 2009/2010 (Ian Carroll)
- Ilyushin Il-18/-20/-22 (Yefim Gordon & Dmitry Komissarov)
To be added.
See other operators of the Ilyushin Il-18 'Coot'