The last flyable IL-14P built in Dresden, Germany. Picture taken on Gorelovo airfield outside St. Petersburg on the 22. February 2016 (C) Eilif Monrad-Krohn
The last flyable IL-14P built in Dresden, Germany. Picture taken on Gorelovo airfield outside St. Petersburg on the 22. February 2016 (C) Eilif Monrad-Krohn
The last flyable IL-14P built in Dresden, Germany. Picture taken outside St. Petersburg on the 22. February 2016 (C) Eilif Monrad-Krohn
The last flyable IL-14P built in Dresden, Germany. Picture taken outside St. Petersburg on the 22. February 2016 (C) Eilif Monrad-Krohn

Links

The web already contains a lot of information about the IL-14; No website would be complete without references to this information. For technical details I suggest wikipedia (IL-14) in the first place until I am able to provide better information here. I want to keep expanding this list, so let me know if I have left something useful out.

In English:

- If you want to, you can order the CIA Instruction Manual: CIA Manual on IL-14

- Polish exhibition of IL-14S with 360 degree fotos

- The Pacific Coast Museum in Santa Rosa has an former Polish executive version on display, labelled il-14 crate

Other relevant sites about historic Aircrafts, but not IL-14 in particular

- Lexikon der Flugzeuge (in German only)

History of Aviation in Erfurt, Thüringia in Germany (in German only)

Soviet Transports - List of Russian produced aircrafts (in English)

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