The Mi-8 MTV Transport Helicopter is the most massively produced helicopter in the world. In Soviet Union there were developed more than 50 various modifications of this helicopter and built approximately 12 000 helicopters including 3 600 built for export. These helicopters are still built at Mil Moscow Helicopter Plant, Kazan Helicopter Plant and Ulan-Ude Aviation Plant. The Mi-8 Transport Helicopters took part in a great number of military conflicts all around the world including Afghanistan and both Chechnya wars. At the moment Mi-8 with it's various modifications are operational in over 50 countries of the world including some NATO countries.
The Mi-171 helicopter is being produced by the Ulan-Ude Aviation Plant (UUAP), part of Russian Helicopters. It is a transport variant of the Mi-171 helicopter. More than 120 helicopters have been delivered to customers in the Middle East, south-east Asia, Africa and eastern Europe. Mi-171 helicopters are designed for a wide range of tasks: carrying passengers and cargo, transportation of bulky cargo on the external load, search and rescue operations, injured evacuation. The multifunctional cargo cabin has a length of 5.34m, width of 2.34m and a height of 1.8m. It provides enough internal space to carry 4,000kg of payload. The helicopter can transport up to 4,000kg of cargo externally under sling. The main cabin features internal winch facilities, while the floor has tie-down rings for cargo transport. Either side of the fuselage is provided with a pod for an external fuel tank.The Mi-171Sh is powered by two Klimov TV3-117VM turboshaft engines mounted on top of the fuselage. Each engine is rated at 1,641kW. The helicopter can be optionally fitted with two VK-2500 turboshaft engines, each rated at 2,700hp. The Mi-171Sh can fly at a maximum altitude of 6,000m. The maximum speed of the helicopter is 250km/h. The range (without auxiliary fuel tanks) is 580km. The helicopter has a maximum take-off weight of 13,000kg.
Multi-purpose Mil-8AMT russian helicopter, the upgraded modification of Mil-8 helicopter, is intended for the solving of a wide range of missions, i.e. transportations of passengers and freights, transportations of bulky freights on the external sling, carrying out of search and rescue operations, evacuations of injured. The helicopter can be equipped with additional fuel tanks to extend flight range. In passenger version the helicopter can be equipped with cushioned seats for transportation of 22 passengers in comfortable conditions.
Bell designed its Model 205 in response to a 1955 United States Army requirement for a utility helicopter. The 205 was a giant step forward in helicopter design, being one of the first to be powered by a turboshaft. The turboshaft engine radically improved the practicality of the helicopter due to its light weight and high power-to-weight ratio, lower fuel consumption, and lower maintenance and operating costs. The use of a turboshaft in the 205 allowed it to carry a useful payload over respectable ranges and at reasonable speeds, which resulted in the 205 and subsequent 205 becoming the most successful western helicopter series in terms of numbers built. The civil 204B was first delivered in 1961. The subsequent Model 205A-1 is equivalent to the UH-1H, which, compared to the 204, is longer, larger, and has better performance and a more powerful engine. Over 60 civil Model 204B helicopters had been delivered by 1967, while further examples were built by Agusta-Bell up until 1973. 12,000 Model 205s (including civil 205A-1s) were built by Bell and Agusta-Bell up to the early 1980s. Numerous ex-military 204s and 205s were converted for commercial use.
Sale of helicopters in perfect condition. Very few flown 40 missions. Stored in the hangar. One owner, all documents, the helicopter serviceable. Price - Make Offer. Make Offer. The Bell 407 integrates reliability, speed, performance and maneuverability with a cabin configurable for an array of missions and payloads. Its Rolls-Royce 250-C47B/8 turbine FADEC engine delivers exceptional hot and high performance with the ability to cruise at 133 kts/246 km/h. Its spacious cabin has five club-passenger seats with an additional passenger seat in the cockpit in single pilot operations. For added passenger comfort, the Bell 407 also provides a very quiet and smooth ride in virtually all weather conditions.