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    The Tupolev Tu-154  is a three-engine medium-range narrow-body airliner designed in the mid-1960s and manufactured by Tupolev. The Tu-154M and Tu-154M Lux are the most highly upgraded version, which first flew in 1982 and entered mass production in 1984. It uses more fuel-efficient Soloviev D-30KU-154 turbofans. Together with significant aerodynamic refinement, this led to much lower fuel consumption and therefore longer range, as well as lower operating costs. Mass production ended in 2006, though limited manufacturing continued as of January 2009.

    Measurement Tu-154M
    Cockpit crew Three/Four
    Seating capacity 114–180
    Length 48.0 metres (157 ft 6 in)
    Wingspan 37.55 metres (123 ft 2 in)
    Wing area 201.5 square metres (2,169 sq ft)
    Height 11.4 metres (37 ft 5 in)
    Maximum take-off weight 102,000 kilograms (220,000 lb) – 104,000 kilograms (230,000 lb)
    Empty weight 55,300 kilograms (122,000 lb)
    Maximum speed 950 km/h (510 kn)
    Range fully loaded 5,280 km (2,850 nmi; 3,280 mi)
    Range with max fuel 6,600 km (3,600 nmi; 4,100 mi)
    Service ceiling 12,100 metres (39,700 ft)
    Engine (x 3) Soloviev D-30KU-154
    Max. thrust (x 3) 103 kN (23,148 lbf) each[39]
    Max. fuel capacity 2500
    Crew 3
    Actual load 49,700 litres (10,900 imp gal; 13,100 US gal)
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