Great value for a twin-turbine helicopter:
Mi-2 8-SEAT HELICOPTERóReady to fly!
twin-turbine-powered, 8-seat + pilot helicopter, complete and
ready to fly. The helicopter last flew in 2005 and has since been
hangared in Russia.
Since new, the helicopter has a total time of 4,638 hours, with
1,210 hours since overhaul. The first engine has a total of
3,210 hours since new and only 260 hours since overhaul in 1993.
The second engne has as total of 3,077 hours since new and 589
hours since overhaul in 1994. Both engines are in good
condition. The main rotorblades have a remaining life before
replacement of 1,527 hours after use of 473 hours; the tail
rotorblades have a remaining life of 455 hours.
Registration #RA-20957; s/n 549423095. Has new high-quality
windows installed, natural leather interior (the interior was
replaced and remodeled for VIP passengers); has new outside
paint. This Mi-2 helicopter is
rated in excellent condition internally and good condition
extermally. No significant rust, no corrosion. Seats 8 passengers, or can easily be converted to
carry over 1,540 lbs of cargo. Powered by 2
Isotov GTD-350 engines of 431 hp
each. Aircraft requires
Airworthiness Certificate. No accident history. Helicopter is
located in Russia.
Maintenance manuals, Includes all manuals and all logs. Can
easily be shipped anywhere in the world at reasonable cost.
General description of the Mi-2 helicopters:
The Mi-2 powered by
two turbine engines was the first Mi-2 helicopter manufactured
in 1965. Until the end of the 1980s they sold over 5500
helicopters. The PZL-Kania helicopter is derived from the Mi-2
helicopter and made in Poland. The test flight of its prototype
was performed on June 6th, 1979.The standard
passenger version of Mi-2 helicopter has seating for 1 pilot and
8 passengers. The interior can be quickly converted for
transport of 700 kg of cargo. The range of the helicopter with
external tanks, as standard, is 580km. This version is designed
for transporting 2-4 casualties on stretchers and seating for
medical attendants. It is equipped with stretchers, intensive
care medical devices necessary during flight & other first aid
equipment. Internal cargo carrier of loads up to 700 kg (1544
lb), or as a flying crane with cargo sling for loads up to 800kg
(1764 lb). The helicopter is equipped in standard with a set of
load tiedown rings, load securing ropes and nets, protecting the
load from movement during flight. Electric hoists can be
installed for lifting loads of up to 120 kg (276 lbs).
The Mi-2 found
widespread fields of activity both with military, state and
commercial operators. Besides transport of freight and
passengers, the Mi-2 has also found work as ambulance, police
and search-and-rescue helicopter. There are many Mi-2s still in
service all around the CIS and in many of its former satellite
More on the Mi-2...
39 ft.; height: 12.3 ft.; main rotor dia.: 47.7 ft.; number of main rotorblades:
3; number of tail
rotorblades: 2; engines:
Isotov GTD-350; (s)hp/engine: 431;
empty weight: 5,214 lbs; max.
weight: 8,140 lbs; slung load: 1,762 lbs; max speed: 130 mph;
range: 212 mile; service
ceiling (max): 13,000 ft.
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