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The Ilyushin Il-108 is a twin-jet business-aircraft project, drafted in 1990 by the Russian manufacturer Ilyushin. A first model was presented in the same year, but apparently no Il-108 ever took to the air. It is similar in appearance to the Canadair Challenger 300.
The draft listed two models, a nine-seater executive aircraft and a 15-passenger commercial aircraft, both low-winged and possessing a T-tail. The Il-108 is powered by two Lotarev DV-2 turbofans attached to the top of the rear fuselage on either side of the tail, each providing a thrust of 21.6 kN. 
A second version was planned to be equipped with Lotarev DV-22 turbofan derivatives having a bypass ratio of 5 and a 35 kN thrust.
- Crew: two
- Payload: 1,500 kg (3,307 lb)
- Length: 15.85 m (52 ft)
- Wingspan: 15 m (49 ft 2.55 in)
- Height: 5.50 m (18 ft 0.5 in)
- Max. takeoff weight: 14,300 kg (31,526 lb)
- Powerplant: 2 × Lotarev DV-2 Turbofan, 21.6 kN (4856 lbf) each
- Cruise speed: 800km/h
- Range: 5390 km (9-seater), 4850 km (15-seater) (3349 mi (9-seater), 3013.6 mi (15-seater))
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