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IL96-300 3D model in 'Rossiya' livery. Single diffuse texture, plus specular map. Texture layout designed for easy creation of new schemes.
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Native format is Lightwave. No 3rd party plugins required.
Contains a Specular and Diffuse map. Both have a square resolution of (4096 x 4096). Please note that these textures are only included in the LightWave zip. You can download these files for whatever format you require.
Very easy to make new liveries due to optimum UV arrangement.
The Ilyushin Il-96 is a shortened, long-range, and advanced technology development of Russia's first widebody airliner, the Ilyushin Il-86. It features supercritical wings fitted with winglets, a glass cockpit, and a fly-by-wire control system. It was first flown in 1988 and certified in 1992. The basic Il-96-300 is equipped with modern Russian avionics integrating six multi-function colour LCD displays, inertial and satellite navigation systems, and a Traffic Collision Avoidance System (including mode 'S'). It allows the airplane to be operated with two crew members. The avionics correspond to modern requirements on international routes in Europe and North America (RNP-1) and allow navigation and landing under ICAO CAT III/A conditions. The Il-96 is offered in three main variants: the Il-96-300, Il-96M/T and Il-96-400. The Il-96-300 has a standard passenger capacity of 262 seats in a two-class configuration with 18 seats with a seat pitch of 54 inches (140 cm) and 244 seats with a pitch of 32 inches (81 cm).