This Il-86 was first registered CCCP-86117 in Aug-91 (Aeroflot / Armenian AL), by Jun-1993 it had become EK-86117 (Armenian AL, later Atlant-Soyuz). After being withdrawn from use, it was seen stored at Moskva-Domodedovo in Apr-2004 and still in Jul-2019.
Testflown as F-WNGM first flight 07-Apr-1973, to Belgian AF CM-02 delivered 25-Apr-1973, to F-WQBN for conversion to 20E-5 Jul-2004, back to CM-02 early-2005. It is carrying the Belgian State Coat of Arms on the fin, and on the fuselage the 21 Sqn badge and below it a special one with 50/1946-1996
C-GLXK registered 1990, to N609CC registered May-1990, to N88WG registered Oct-1990, to JA8361 registered May-1991, to N602WA registered May-1992, to D-AOHP registered Sep-1994, to N113WA registered Jun-1997, to C-FNNT registered Sep-1997, to N66NT registered Oct-2000, to C-FNNS registered Oct-2003, to C-FLRP registered Feb-2009, to N360FF registered Dec-2010, to N360 registered Jun-2011
Recently retired from operations with 523 Fighter Squadron, 27 Fighter Wing at Cannon AFB, New Mexico. It still retained their "CC" code and fin insignia. Previously with 494 TFS, 48 TFW, at Lakenheath, England.
9M-TDM first flight 16-Dec-1974, to N62393 registered Jan-1975, to 9M-TDM registered Mar-1975, to A6-HPZ registered Oct-1976 (UAE Government), to P4-TBN registered Dec-1995, to 5V-TGE registered Aug-2001 (Togo Government), to TZ-TAC registered Apr-2007, to N707BN registered May-2012, broken up Jul-2015 at Brunswick - Golden Isles, GA