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|The Mil Mi-26 (Russian Миль Ми-26, NATO reporting name "Halo") is a Russian/Soviet heavy transport helicopter in service in civilian and military roles. It is the heaviest and most powerful helicopter ever to have gone into production.|
The Mi-26 was designed for military and civil use and intended to be able to lift more than any previous helic...
|The Mi-26 helicopter, the heaviest and most powerful helicopter in the world, was designed for carrying large-size cargoes weighing up to 20 tons. It is the result of an early 1970s specification for a transport helicopter whose empty weight, without fuel, was not to exceed half of its maximum take-off weight. It can be used for construction projects ranging from bridges to power transmission l...||08/31/2005||908|
|A helicopter in flight over southern England||09/15/2008||848|
|Found this helicopter in flight over Tempelhof airport. Notice the helicopter's shadow up to the NE.||04/01/2006||591|
|550 feet to the north you will see the shadow of the helicopter. ||10/11/2007||929|
|Helicopter in flight. Probably leaving mansion grounds just to the Northwest of sighting.||06/12/2007||2,607|
|Helicopter over Fiesta Bay, San Diego.||09/11/2005||517|
|A small airplane lost control and smashed in a public bus and a McDonalds restaurant.||09/30/2005||1,617|
|Operator: Helistar Helicopters|
Type: Mil Mi-8MTV-1
The Mil Mi-8 (Russian Ми-8, NATO reporting name "Hip") is a medium twin-turbine transport helicopter that can also act as a gunship. The Mi-8 is the world's most-produced helicopter, and is used by over 50 countries.
|On the airfield has I unite interesting things found.|
An airplane in the approach flight
3 Mirage jet military plane
A Kart running course
A fire resisting jerk
A military transport aircraft
A military jet probably as show piece
|This is the flight path of oceanic flight 815 from television show lost.||04/10/2006||8,901|
|This Westland Lynx helicopter of 659. squadron hovering over the airfield.|
The Westland Lynx is a British helicopter designed by Westland and built at Westland's factory in Yeovil, first flying on 21 March 1971 as the Westland WG.13. Originally intended as a utility craft for both civil and naval usage, military interest led to the development of both battlefield and naval varian...