History Construction Tally

Iliuszyn Ił-14. 1955.

Kraków 2008-10-17


125b Section 1955-06-01


Iliuszyn Ił-14


Poland



Tally

For PLL LOT.

1 Ił-14 P registration SP-LNA purchased in CCCP for LOT Polish Airlines in 1955.

2 Ił-14 P registration SP-LNB No. 4340510 (?) Purchased at CCCP for LOT on July 4, 1955. In 1967 the aircraft were rebuilt for aerophotogrammetry and taken over by the State Photogrammetry Enterprise. On August 22, 1974. the aircraft was sold to Przedsiębiorstwo Usług Lotniczych. The ILS / VOR ground control measuring apparatus was installed on it. Ends his life at Okęcie (2008).

3 Ił-14 P registration SP-LNC purchased in CCCP for LOT in 1955. Alternatively, it is VEB Ił-14 P No. 4340509 bought in East Germany.

4 Ił-14 P registration SP-LND bought in CCCP for LOT in 1955.

5 Ił-14 P registration SP-LNE No. 6341602 (?) Purchased at CCCP for LOT in 1956. In 1967 the aircraft were rebuilt for aerophotogrammetry and taken over by the State Photogrammetry Enterprise. Ends his life at Okęcie (2008).

6 Ił-14 P registration SP-LNF purchased in CCCP for LOT in 1956.

7 VEB Ił-14 P registration SP-LNG No. 1480310 (?) Purchased in the GDR for LOT in 1957. At the beginning of the 70s, it was equipped with special measuring apparatus for testing the structure of the electromagnetic field and analyzing the spectrum of signals emitted by air sources.

8 VEB Ił-14 P registration SP-LNH No. 14803012 (?) Purchased in the GDR for LOT in 1957.

9 VEB Ił-14 P registration SP-LNJ purchased in the GDR for LOT in 1957.

10 VEB Ił-14 P registration SP-LNK purchased in the GDR for LOT in 1957.

11 VEB Ił-14 P registration SP-LNL No. 14803017 (?) Purchased in the GDR for LOT in 1957.

12 VEB Ił-14 P registration SP-LNM No. 14803010 (?) Purchased in the GDR for LOT in 1957. Probably also rebuilt into a photogrammetric plane, because it received painting like a popular Parrot. After the end of operation in the 90s, it was stored in Lublinek with a modified registration for SP-ENM, and later as a cafe in Boguchwała (2004, 2006).

13 AV-14 / Ił-14 PT registration SP-LNN No. 703108 purchased in Czechoslovakia for LOT in 1957.

14 VEB Ił-14 P registration SP-LNO borrowed for LOT in 1963. - 1964

15 VEB Ił-14 P registration SP-LNP borrowed for LOT in 1963. - 1964

16 VEB Ił-14 P registration SP-LNR borrowed for LOT in 1963. - 1964

The 17 Ił-14 machines of Soviet and German production were purchased for the army.

The Il-14 aircraft in the army initially received order numbers, three-digit. Later they received four-digit numbers, which are the ends of serial numbers. In general, Il-14 aircraft were operated in the army until the end of the 1980s. The last machine was written down in 1997.

1 Il-14 S nb 001 for the army.

2 Il-14 nb 002 for the army. He served in Dęblin to train navigators, initially one, and after modernization six at the same time.

3 Il-14 nb 003 for the army.

4 Il-14 S nb 004 for the army.

5 Il-14 TD nb 005 for the army.

6 Il-14 TD nb 006 for the army.

7 Il-14 nb 007 for the army.

8 Ił-14 nb 008 for the army.

9 Il-14 nb 009 for the army.

10 Ił-14 S nb 010 for the army. Private car.

11 Il-14 E for the army. A specialized version for conducting electronic reconnaissance over the Baltic Sea. Probably fully equipped in Poland, i.e. bought as a regular transport plane. In addition to the regular chessboards, there were no inscriptions on the hull. Used mainly in the 1960s. One of the most guarded aircraft in Poland.

12 Ił-14 nb 0606 No. 14800606 for the army. After leaving the service, he went to the USA.

13 Ił-14 nb 0916 No. 14800916 for the army. After leaving the service in Lublinek.

14 Il-14 T nb 3054 No. 14803054 for the army. The plane went to the museum in Skarżysko Kamienna.

15 Ił-14 P nb 3073 for the army. After the end of operation as a cafe in Lutcza (2004).

16 Il-14 S nb 3078 for the army. Private car. The aircraft was manufactured in East Germany. In stock at the 36th Special Aviation Regiment. After leaving the museum in Czyżyny (2005 2008). Its interior is sporadically open to visitors.

17 Il-14 for the army.

Written by Karol Placha Hetman