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The Mi-26 helicopter was developed to replace the Mi-6 and Mi-12 heavy-lift helicopters, with twice their load capacity. The first prototype flew in December 1977, and the type entered production in 1980. The Mi-26 set ten world records for lifting heavy loads shortly after entering service with the Soviet Air Force.

When used for airlifting loads, the helicopter’s cargo compartment can carry up to 20 tons of cargo or a maximum of 82 fully equipped paratroopers on folding seats installed along the sides of the compartment (four per side). The cargo compartment is 17.3 m long, 3.4 m wide and 3.15 m high and can be loaded through large double doors at the rear end and a single door on each side of the fuselage between the main gear legs.

The helicopter is fitted with an electronic flight instrument system (EFIS), which helps reduce crew workload during navigation and control of the aircraft. The forward section of the fuselage provides space for three crew members: pilot, co-pilot and navigator/flight engineer.

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This is a blog about the Mi 26, a russian helicopter. It is one of the largest and most powerful helicopters in the world. The Mi-26 is currently the worlds largest helicopter by mass. The purpose of this blog is to educate people on this great aircraft.

The biggest advantage of the Mi-26 is its ability to lift extremely heavy weights. It can do so up to 20 tonnes which is roughly equivalent to 6 cars. This means that it can carry extremely large payloads which can be used for military purposes or for civilian engineering projects.

The helicopter has an alternative name “Halo”. It has been used by many countries around the world including Russia, India and North Korea. The helicopter has also been used by many airlines including Aeroflot and Gromov Flight Research Institute.

The Mi 26 is a Russian/Soviet heavy transport helicopter. Operated by both military and civilian operators, it is the largest and most powerful helicopter to have gone into series production.

Development began in the late 1970s at the Mil Moscow Helicopter Plant in Moscow, in response to a requirement of the Soviet Air Force for a helicopter that could transport more cargo than the Mi-6 (NATO reporting name Hook), which was then the world’s largest and fastest production helicopter. The pre-production machines were designated V-26, and had an empty weight of 28,200 kg (62,200 lb).

The Mi-26 was designed by Marat Tishchenko and Sergey Mikheyev. It was first flown on 14 December 1977 with a 74 minute maiden flight at Rostov-na-Donu. The second prototype (OP-2) first flew on 17 October 1980. Five more prototypes were built between 1980 and 1984, three of them with D-136 turboshaft engines.

The state trials were completed in 1984 and on 30 December of that year, the Soviet government ordered the first 15 production helicopters.[citation needed] On 8 February 1987, the Soviet Air Force placed an order for 32 aircraft; this was later increased to 50 helicopters

Introducing Mi 26, the world’s largest and most powerful heavy-lift cargo helicopter. It can carry the maximum useful load of 56 tons or up to 82 people, which is almost double the load compared to its nearest competitor. The helicopter has a length of 40.5m, a width of 7.8m and a height of 12m.

Mi 26 is powered by two D-136 turboshaft engines driving eight-bladed main rotor and five-bladed tail rotor. Each engine produces an output power of 11,400kW (15,300hp). The helicopter has a maximum speed of 295km/h and an operating radius of 560km.

The helicopter is fitted with landing gear system comprising 12 wheels with anti-skid braking system (ABS) and a parking brake system.

Mi 26 can be operated in hot climate conditions at 55°C and cold climate conditions at -50°C.

The Mi-26 (NATO designation Halo) is a heavy transport helicopter. It features an eight-blade main rotor and has a capacity for up to 82 fully equipped troops or 20 tons of cargo. It is the largest military helicopter to have gone into production in the Soviet Union and Russia, and one of the largest in the world.

The first prototype made its maiden flight on 14 December 1977. It was finally adopted by the Soviet armed forces in 1983. The Mi-26 has broken twenty world records, including one for lifting payloads to an altitude of 6,000 m (19,685 ft). The Mi-26 was also the first helicopter in service with a wheeled tricycle landing gear.

In December 2008, the Russian Air Force placed an order for a further 20 Mi-26T2s. This deal was worth US$1 billion and brought the total number of Russian Air Force helicopters ordered since 2005 to 60 units, worth US$3 billion.


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