The news that Ukraine would sell two Il-76 carriers for an ultra-low price of $40,000 was a hit, with more than 40 years of service to transport aircraft capable of more than 60 tons, beating its rival C-141\" Transport Star \"at the start of its birth, not only leading by more than eight tons in maximum deadweight (later with an improved model of more than 20 tons of C-141), but also taking off and landing capacity of nearly 50 tons, especially its field airport take-off and landing capacity beyond C-141. It can be said that Il-76 fully demonstrated the strength of the Irish design agency and the Soviet aviation industry, now reduced to $20,000 for sale, the same medium-sized transport aircraft in the United States C-17 has sold for a high price of $100 million.
So low-price Il-76, the status of the two aircraft is not ordinary poor, according to some photos, they do not even have the engine! Given the status quo of ukraine's aviation giant, it is hard to say whether it can sell its stake in exchange for survival money. If the two il-76s sell out, mr. tasic can get an engine order and take the opportunity to make money. These two pieces of Il-76 are not the entire family of Ukraine, having inherited more than 100 and,30 years later, about 60 are still well-preserved, both ash-eating in the airport graveyard, which is also a small hope for Madasi.
Aircraft cemeteries, which military fans relish, are not just their grandeur, but the rise and fall of empires behind them, such as the tank cemetery near Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, where people are reminded of the Soviet past; the most famous American is the aircraft cemetery, in Tucson, Arizona, whose full name is \"Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Center \".
Ukraine's plane graveyard claims are different, but the author found a large number of il-76 graveyards in the town of \"zaboro fever.\" This was the seat of command of the southern group of menstein, and it was here that he commanded harkov's counterattack and kulkk's two major campaigns, as important to today's ukraine as it is to zabologe, not only for many industrial enterprises, but also for many graveyards with abandoned equipment, such as 29 zapoleoje airfields at il-76.
In addition to zabologee,35 abandoned il-76s can be found at melitopol air force base off the assyrian coast. To hear that the Assyrian Sea is no stranger, the shallow sea port has been sealed off by the Crimean Bridge in Russia, and that the military installations along the Assyrian Sea are no longer safe, why not take away Il-76 from Meritopol? Don't think about it and know it will cost money. Ukraine cannot do it even if it wants to. The fact that Ukraine's dynamic Il-76 is deployed at bases to the west shows that it still cares about the equipment.
It's a shame to sell $40,000, but it's better than scrap in the sun and rain, so if the sale of the two is going to sell well, it wouldn't rule out the possibility that Ukraine's massive clearance of more than 60 Il-76s, even if the transporter itself doesn't make money, would be worth it to help Masic pull orders.