Mi-26

Heavy transport helicopter

Heavy Mi-26 was created in the late 70s, and took over the title of "world's most powerful helicopter" from the above-mentioned MI-6. It can carry up to 20 tons of cargo at speed up to 300 kilometers per hour. These powerful machines are in service with only two states - Ukraine and Russia. The Museum has a copy as a white camouflage the memory of the participation of the Ukrainian aviators in peacekeeping operations under UN auspices.

First flight: December 14, 1977
Crew: 5 people.
Engines: A-136, 2 x 11 400 hp
Length: Fuselage 33,745 m, 40,025 m total
Screw diameter: 32 m
Take-off weight: Max - 56 000 kg, normal - 49 600 kg
Maximum weight: 20,000 kg (or 82 passengers)
Speed: maximum - 295 km / h, cruising - 255 km / h
Dynamic Ceiling: 4,600 m
Static ceiling: 2900 m
Range: 490 km (ferry - 1800 km)
Mass production: 1980-1997 years.
Total released 276 copies.