Ми-8, Ми-9 и Ми-17
В 1997 году была создана новая серийная базовая модификация - Ми-8МТВ-5 (Ми-17В-5), отличающаяся задней рампой вместо двухстворчатого грузового люка и рядом других усовершенствований.
Kazan's `Hip' demonstrator RA-70937 in its 1997 guise as an Mi-17MD/Mi-8MTV-5 with flight deck armour and spine IR jammer (1998)
Rear-loading ramp of Kazan/Mil Mi-17MD (1997)
На Ми-8МТШ, вооруженном варианте Ми-8, установлен прицельный комплекс от Ми-24. ВВС России закупили 20 таких вертолетов, которые базируются в Кореновском районе, Краснодарский край.
The first Mi-8AMTSh-VA was delivered to Russian Naval Aviation in November 2016 and assigned to the Pacific Fleet's 7060th Air Base at Yelizovo on the remote Kamchatka Peninsula.
Mi-8MTV-5 RF-90672 armed with one UPK-23-250 gun pod on the inner port outrigger pylon and a B8V-20 rocked pod on the inner starboard pylon.
Пара Ми-8 с тактическим десантом на борту над полигоном
A pair of Mi-8AMTSh-V tactical transport helicopters from Novosibirsk-Tolmachevo in the Central Military District.
The Mi-8MTV-5-1 is a new-generation tactical transport rotorcraft operated by the Torzhok centre in addition to three frontline units, all of them stationed in the Western Military District, each equipped with one squadron flying the type.
Вертолеты Ми-8АМТ и Ми-26Т2
Вертолеты - участники парада Победы 9 мая в Москве
Вертолеты армейской авиации - участники Парада Победы в Москве
Вертолеты - участники парада Победы 9 мая в Москве
Воздушный парад над Москвой, посвященный 75-й годовщине Великой Победы
Mi-8AMTSh 58 blue (RF-91165, c/n AMTS00643105802U) of 39 VP deploys special forces troops at the Pogonovo range near Voronezh on June 17, 2017 as part of the Aviadarts 2017 competition.
Вертолеты ВКС России во время демонстрационных полетов на Международном военно-техническом форуме "Армия-2021"
Kazan Helicopter Plant’s demonstrator Mil Mi-17V-5 96370 seen whilst displaying at the FIDAE 2002 air show at the beginning of April 2002, shortly before embarking on a Sotuh American demonstration tour during which it crashed in northern Chile on June 4.
Currently only a small proportion of the Mi-171Shs and Mi-17V-5s built for export customers are powered by enhanced VK-2500-02 engines, with the majority of the newly-built Hip derivatives still sporting the more affordable TV3-117VMA
Вертолеты семейства Ми-8/17 стали без преувеличения самыми популярными в истории мирового вертолетостроения. На фотографии - вертолет выпуска улан-удинского авиазавода.
Модернизированный Ми-8МТВ-5 (Ми-17МД) выпуска Казанского вертолетного завода. Отличительные особенности - современная РЛС, композитные лопасти несущего винта, система аварийного приводнения, современное БРЭО, увеличенная масса груза и внешней подвески и др. Индия в мае 2000 года заказала 40 машин.
The Mi-8AMTSh-037’s Vitebsk L370E8 self-defence suite.
All of the helicopters ordered by the Russian MoD are now receiving engines manufactured at Klimov in St Petersburg. In turn, some of the export derivatives still use Motor Sich-supplied VK-2500 ad TV3-117VM/VMA turboshafts. This is a Russian VKS Mi-8AMTSh-V assault transport helicopter powered by the VK-2500-03 to endow it with a vastly improved hot-and-high performance, with first deliveries reported in 2015
Configured with ECM for jamming enemy air defence radars, the Mi-8MTPR1 Rychag is the only in-production Russian helicopter.
Mil's Mi-8AMTSh-VN is designed with the lessons learned by Russia's armed forces during its involvement in the devastating war in Syria.
The export version of the Mi-8MN, dubbed the Mi-171Sh-VN in a digital colour scheme configured for special operations.
The Mi-171Sh-VN displayed at MAKS loaded with guided 9M120 Ataka anti-tank missiles, 80mm S-8 unguided rockets, and a forward-firing 12.7mm Kord machine gun.
The latest Mi-171Sh variant
The new derivatives of the Mi-8/Mi-17/Mi-171, such as this UTair Mi-8AMT, are more expensive than the Mi-8T/P in price and direct operating costs. Most, if not all, existing Mi-8T operators do not see them as direct replacements.
The current production-standard Mi-171A (this one is operated by UTair) is now regarded as an ageing design and Russian commercial operators have raised requirements for a more modern aircraft featuring a rapidly re-configurable cabin and a type certification in accordance to European and US airworthiness requirements.
Seen here devoid of registration during pre-delivery test flying, this Mi-171 is one of two acquired by Rosneft, Russia's largest oil company, from the Ulan-Ude Aviation Plant. These brand-new helicopters, manufactured and delivered in July 2007, will be operated by UTAir on behalf of Rosneft to support exploitation of the Vankorsk oil and gas field, one of the largest in the world. Of note are the two additional external fuel tanks, mounted on pylons above the sponsons on each side of the helicopter to enable long-range flights to be undertaken.
The Mi-8/Mi-17/Mi-171 family will continue to be Russian Helicopters’ best-selling model until the mid-2020s.
The Mi-8AMTSh-VA is a Hip derivative on steroids that comes powered by the VK-2500-03 turboshaft designed for use in Arctic conditions
The Mi-8AMTSh-VA configured and painted for arctic operations.
Uprated engines and a composite tail rotor are key features of the Mi-171E2. The new version is intended to offer improved opportunities for use in hot-and-high environments.
Russian Helicopters' Mil MI-8AMT, now optimised for Arctic operations.
The Mi-171E is a generic designation that covers a family of sub-versions delivered to military and government customers but the new, much enhanced helicopter, is expected to be re-designated as the Mi-171E2 upon entering into service.
The first Mi-171A2 prototype, OP-1, making its maiden flight on November 25, 2014.
The Mi-171 A2’s rotor hub and blades were derived from those fitted to the Mi-38.
The first prototype Mi-171A2 (OP-1) pictured during its public debut at the MAKS airshow at Zhukovsky near Moscow in August 2013.
An attractive payload/range capability and a considerable increase in the cruise speed are promised for the Mi-171A2 due to the all-new rotor system and more powerful and fuel-efficient engines.
Only minor cosmetic changes were made from the Mi-171's external layout to reduce development time and costs.
A forward-facing KOS-17 camera, mounted in the nose of the helicopter, covers a 120° arc in the horizontal plane for enhanced situational awareness.
RUSSIAN HELICOPTERS Holding Company announced on October 11, 2019, that its board has made the decision to merge the Mil Moscow Helicopter plant and Kamov into a single entity, to be known as the JSC National Helicopter Centre (NHC).
India and Colombia are the latest countries to certify the Mi-171 A2.
The X-shaped tail rotor provides better efficiency and produces 20% less noise.
Pall intake filters are intended to provide reliable operation and save the engines from wear and tear in dusty and sandy conditions.
Fitted with a Vitebsk self-defence suite, the crew of Belarussian Mi-8MTV-5 85 won the Aviadarts transport assault category.
Ми-17 Специальной государственной службы охраны
Ми-17-1В МВД Туркменистана
Ми-24 и Ми-8 туркменских ВВС
Recently delivered Serbian Air Force (Ratno Vazduhoplovstvo i Protivvazduhoplovna Odbrana - RViPVO) Mil Mi-17V5 was displayed to the general public for the first time at the Batajnica Air Base open day on October 1, 2016. One of two Mi-17V5s was in the static display, serial number 12491, while aircraft 12492 took part in a combat search and rescue demonstration with an SA342 Gazelle. The brand-new helicopters were delivered from Russian Helicopters/Kazan Helicopters in late June and are assigned to the 890. mesovita helikopterska eskadrila (890th Combined Helicopter Squadron), part of the 204. vazduhoplovna brigade (204th Aviation Brigade) at Batajnica.
Responsible for the force's first operational deployment outside national borders, Mi-17V-5 MAP-7714 was deployed to neighbouring Serbia between May 18-23, 2014, to support disaster-relief operations after catastrophic floods.
Macedonian Police Mi-171 serial 710 (c/n 171E00067842806U) was one of two Mi-171s built in November 2007 and supplied in the colours of their planned customer, the Iraqi Air Force. Serial 710 now serves as MAP-7710.
Macedonian Police Mi-171 MAP-7710 during the Autumn Storm 2018 military/police exercise. The Mi-171s are combat-capable and a first firing of the Elbit STAR guided rocket occurred in the first half of 2013.
The ANVIS-HUD helmet system displayed in front of Macedonian Police Mi-171 MAP-7711. Between 2012 and 2014, all four police 'Hips' underwent the two-stage 'Balkan' upgrade that provided them with NVG-compatible cockpits.
Восстановление воздушной мощи Ирака. Закупки техники для ВВС производятся, главным образом, в США, исключая Eurocopter EC 635, сербские учебные самолеты Lasta и российские Ми-17. На снимке: два иракских Ми-17 принимают участие в медико-эвакуационной операции, авиабаза Балад, декабрь 2008 года. Восемь новых вертолетов, переданных иракским силам спецопераций, получили дополнительное бронирование и подвесные блоки НАР.
Поставляемые на экспорт вертолеты модификации Ми-8АМТ получили обозначение Ми-171 (имеются подварианты). Недавно Ирак закупил партию модифицированных вертолетов Ми-171Э.
Military Transition Team members stand next to a newly refurbished Mi-171 helicopter for the Iraqi Air Force (IqAF) at New Al Muthana Air Base, Baghdad, Iraq, on February 17, 2007. The helicopter was later transferred to Taji Air Base, where it is one of four refurbished examples of the type now in service with the IqAF's 4 Squadron, which had logged 67 flying hours with the helicopters by March 29, including their first two operational missions. None of the Mi-171 s yet wear serials and are flying unmarked, apart from national insignia.
Four new Mil Mi-17-V5 Hips arrived at Camp Taji on October 29, 2008 and were handed over to the Iraqi Air Force two days later. A total of 15 Mi-17-V5s have been delivered by Kazan Helicopters to Iraq, and others are due for hand-over by the end of 2008, assigned to 15 Squadron. Iraqi aircrews are being trained to operate them by US Air Force personnel from the 770th Expeditionary Advisor Squadron from the Coalition Air Force Transition Team of the Multi-National Division-Baghdad.
Kazan’s booming business since 2010 was achieved from two Indian military orders for a total of 151 Mi-17-V5s. An order for 48 more is expected within the next 12 months.
«Вертолеты России» рассчитывают до конца года подписать контракте Индией на поставку 48 Ми-17В5, сообщил журналистам глава холдинга Андрей Богинский: «Надеемся, что до конца года выйдем на подписание контракта с Индией по Ми-17В5 и соответственно в 2018 г. поставим первые вертолеты».
Mil Mi-17B-5 ZP5166 is one of the latest batch of the type delivered to the Indian Air Force.
Ми-171 (зав. № 171C.00.496.07.1810U) авиакомпании Mongolyan ALT, сентябрь 2014 г.
Один из двух новых Ми-171 ВВС Монголии. Не ранее 2014 г.
Ми-171Ш Армейской авиации HOAK. Новосибирск, 19 августа 2013 г.
Ми-171Е (зав. № 171E.00.364.07.3505U) спасательной авиаслужбы Красного полумесяца Ирана. Аэродром Киш, 10 ноября 2010 г.
Вертолет Ми-17В-1 пакистанской армии готовится принять на борт медиков СВ Австралии во время ликвидации последствий наводнения в районе Кот Адду, Пакистан, осень 2010 года.
Ми-17 из 377-й эскадрильи ВВС Афганистана. Кабул, 29 мая 2015 г.
There is considerable support within the Hungarian armed forces for new Mi-17s, a type that is familiar and well liked by air and ground crews, and by the troops they support. The main prospect is an even more refined version of the Mi-17V-5, similar to this example in service with the Venezuelan Air Force.
Both Mil Hips operated by the Sudanese Police Air Wing were noted at their home base at Khartoum International Airport in mid-December, 2013. Mi-171 100 (c/n 59489605704, ex OB-1646) can carry up to 22 people in its cabin and has clamshell rear doors. It was previously operated by Amazon Helis in Peru. Ramp-equipped Mi-17-V5 101 (c/n 736M07) was delivered new and is configured for 16 seats.
A relatively new Bangladesh Air Force Mi-171Sh operating with 31 Sqn touches down at Cox’s Bazar Airport's air force facility. Note the external fuel tank attached to one of the helicopter’s stores stations
Seen during pre-delivery test flying by Kazan Helicopters, Mil Mi-17MD (Mi-8MTV-5) Hips RAF-1707 and RAF-0210 are two of the four examples which were delivered to the Rwandan Air Force last November 1999. One further VIP-configured example is also in production for later delivery. Apart from two Mi-24 Hinds acquired in 1997, these are the first aircraft acquired by Rwanda since the end of the civil war in 1994, which left the Air Force without any active aircraft.