Heavy multipurpose transport helicopter Mi-26. Infographics

The most heavy-duty serial helicopter Mi-26 in the world has no equal technical and economic indicators. Helicopters of this type are unique in their transport capabilities and are used for mobile transfer of amphibious units, including large-sized equipment. Mi-26 is designed to perform a variety of tasks - transport, evacuation, fire, etc. The Mi-26 is able to carry up to 82 paratroopers with a full set of weapons or up to 20 tons of cargo inside the fuselage or on an external suspension.

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  1. +1
    July 22 2017
    Under the head of "interesting" it is written that this is the most massive twin-engine helicopter. Why is that?? Mi-8 is also twin-engine and they are many times more produced.
  2. ICT
    July 22 2017
    as for me it’s even so just transport, and multi-purpose is mi-8

    well and sad
    carry up to 82 paratroopers with a full set of weapons

    In total, there were almost 26 people aboard the Mi-150.
  3. 0
    August 12 2017
    I saw them in the army - such a healthy fool. It starts to take off - you have to hold the hat with both hands.

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