Mil Mi-38-OP transport-passenger helicopter can fly to the heavens…

New Russian helicopter can land on top of Mount Everest…

A prototype of the Mil Mi-38-OP transport-passenger helicopter, developed at the Mil Moscow Helicopter Plant, is currently being tested in the Moscow Region. Designers say the helicopter’s performance is quite unique, that it will not age. Special wear resistant composite materials are used on the helicopter’s fuselage. Originally intended as a replacement for the Mil Mi-8 and the Mi-17, it is being marketed in both military and civil versions. It flew for the first time on 22 December 2003…

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