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Mil Mi 38 for sale

Mil Mi 38 for sale

Mi-38 – the Russian average multi-purpose helicopter developed in experimental design bureau Mile at the beginning of the 2000th years. You can find Mil 38 for sale offers below. Mil 38 prices you can get by contacting our specialists. Average Mil 38 price – $20,500,000

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Mil Mi 38 specifications:

Rotor diameter, m21.10
Tail rotor diameter, m3.84
Length, m25.22
Height, m5.56
Width, m4.50
Mass, kg
blank8300
normal takeoff14200
Max takeoff15600
Engine typeGTD 2 PW-127T/S
Power, HP2 x 2500
Maximum speed, km/h285
Cruising speed, km/h275
Ferry range, km1350
Range, km820
Range, km325
Service ceiling, m5200
Static ceiling, m2500
Crew, pers2
Payload:32 passenger or 5000 kg of cargo in the booth or up to 6000 kg of cargo on Sling

 

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Mil Mi 38 for sale

DeveloperExperimental design bureau Mile
First flight2003
Units it is made4 prototypes

Mil Mi 38 prices about 20 500 000 USD.

History Mi-38

The middle 1980-ss can be noted years as the beginning of a new wave of development of helicopters. First of all it can be connected with emergence of a set of new models of the European helicopters which though had in themselves no anything revolutionary, but, nevertheless, were very effective.

In the USSR by then the main working horse of pilots – the Mi-8 helicopter already began to become outdated. Besides, at Kazan Helicopter Plant there were already practices on potentially new model. In 1981 the experimental design bureau Mile closely was engaged in work on the new helicopter which was created not only for domestic market, but also for broad export according to all international standards. In 1989 the model was presented at the Le Bourget air show under the name Mi-38. In 1993 production of prototypes was begun, and people saw the full-size model at the MAKS-95 air show. However, together with crash of the USSR the project lost the order, financing and developed slowly, practically, due to enthusiasm of participants.

At the beginning 2000-ss interest in the car renewed. The state program “Mi-38 Helicopter” was initiated and work was continued more actively both in experimental design bureau Mile and at Kazan Helicopter Plant where it is planned to develop production.

In 2003 the first prototype of Mi-38 under the OP-1 index made test flight.

In 2010 the second prototype — OP-2 made the first distant flight. Mi-38-OP-2 helicopter is equipped with turboshaft PW127TS engines of production of the Pratt & Whitney Canada company, and also a modern complex of avionics IBKO-38 of production of the Tranzas Aviation company in which the concept of “a glass cabin” is realized.

In May, 2013 the third prototype of OP-3 equipped with new Russian TB7-117B engines of production of firm of Klimov is built. Test flights successfully began on November 12, 2013.

The fourth prototype of the Mi-38 helicopter made Kazan Helicopter Plant is the extreme pre-series aircraft of this model. He made the first weeds on October 16, 2014. OP-4 differs from OP-3 in shock-resistant fuel system of Aerazur and the increased windows. During tests of OP-3 and OP-4 it is supposed to obtain the final data which are required for certification and start of production and commercial operation of Mi-38. On October 20, 2014 OP-4 is sent for flight tests.

In 2016 the Mi-38 helicopter received the certificate of type from Rosaviatsia.

Design of Mi-38

Mi-38 it is executed according to the classical scheme with the 6-bladed bearing screw with the operated step and the 4-bladed H-shaped steering screw and the operated stabilizer. Blades are manufactured of fibreglasses that does them easier and durable.

The fuselage like semi-monocoque is made of duralumin. Part of elements: a nasal fairing, panels of a cabin of pilots, cowls of engines and some other are executed from multilayered composites.

In a nasal part under a radiotransparent fairing there is a meteolocator.

The helicopter chassis power absorbing, is capable to bear blow without ignition of fuel when falling from height of 15 meters.

The arrangement of two engines behind a reducer allowed to improve aerodynamics and LTH of the helicopter.

The helicopter is capable to bear to 6 t of freight in a cabin and to 7 t on an external suspension bracket. By helicopter loading of freights is carried out by means of a stage. Side doors movable, on the right board the winch with a loading capacity of 300 kg is installed.

Mi-38 it is equipped with a modern complex of the onboard equipment with the “glass cabin” interface for two pilots.

The main propulsion system consists of two turboshaft engines of Klimov TB7-117B power on a shaft in 1753 kW (2350 hp), the option with PW127TS engines of the 2500 hp Pratt & Whitney Canada company was developed earlier.

Operation of Mi-38

Several versions of the helicopter, including military auxiliary and special, passenger on 32 passengers, specialized cargo (with a possibility of transportation of goods on an external hummock suspension bracket), sanitary and option are developed for air observation.

The beginning of mass production of the helicopter in Kazan is planned for 2015. At Kazan Helicopter Plant active preparation for mass production of Mi-38 is conducted, the fuselage of first serial Mi-38 is put. In August, 2015 on MAKS-2015 the contract with United Engine Corporation for delivery till 2019 of 50 TB7−117v engines was signed (for 25 cars — on two engines on unit).

The certificate on a standard design of the average transport Mi-38 helicopter is issued by Federal Air Transport Agency on December 30, 2015. As expected, in 2017 certification of the helicopter in the passenger version will be carried out, and modifications for search and rescue works and offshore operations will be created and certified further.

World records

In the XIV helicopter sport championship which was taking place from August 22 to August 26, 2012 in Moscow region airfield of Drakino, test pilots of Mil Moscow Helicopter Plant on Mi-38 overcame a high-rise level in 8600 meters and set a new world record of flight altitude for helicopters, and also a record of rate of climb without freight at the height of 3000 m in 6 minutes in the class E-1h (category FAI for helicopters with a take-off weight from 10 to 20 tons). The record was broken on August 15, 2013 by the Mi-8MSB helicopter with series TV3-117VMA-SBM1V engines 4E which rose by height of 9150 meters

On September 10, 2012 in airfield of JSC MVZ im. M. L. Milya the helicopter set a record of raising of commercial freight in 1000 kg on height of 8000 m.

Record of lifting of loads of 2000 kg on height of 7020 m.

CHARACTERISTICS of the Mi-38 HELICOPTERS

Typemulti-purpose helicopter
Power planttwo TB7-117B engines on 2500 h.p. everyone
Payload30 passengers, 5 t in a cabin or 6 t on a suspension bracket
Practical ceiling5 100 m
Flying range1 300 km
Maximum take-off weight15,6 tons
Cruiser speed295 km/h
Diameter of the main screw21,1 m
Length19,95 (fuselage)
Height6,98 m

 

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