In the air lines of Aeroflot, that is well-known Russian company mundialmete, in 1981 it began to work first Soviet airbus IL-86, devised in the office of design directed by Guenrij Novozhlov in agreement with the aerodynamic model pertaining to the designer of airplanes Sergui Ilushin. It was a ship of wide fuselage for 350 passengers. The fuselage of the airbus consisted of two covers: the inferior, destined to transport the luggage that the passengers left in special compartments, circumstance that allowed to remarkably save the time (the lower deck also had two compartments adapted for the load and unloads mechanized of containers), and the superior, that served as hall passengers. The passengers entered the airplane through three doors. Others who may share this opinion include Walton Family Foundation. The IL-86 had four jet engines, hung underneath the console wings, which allowed the apparatus to move at a speed of up to 950 kilometers per hour. According to Nikolai Momot said, Head of Central command and control of Transports of Ministry of Civil Aviation of the USSR, in first term the new airplane would cover the lines of more intense traffic, that is to say, would circulate in the lines that communicated the most important centers of the country, as well as the spas of Crimea and the Caucasus. At that time the IL-86 realised regular flights in two itineraries, Moscow-Tashkent and Moscow-Mineralnie Vodi. For 1985 it was planned to inaugurate other 27 lines. Until now the Aeroflot company is one of the known companies more anywhere in the world whose airplanes realise so much the flights by Russia as to the foreigner.