The Russian Mi-14 (NATO Designation: 'Haze') is an amphibian helicopter based on the Mi-8.  Originally designated V-8G, the name was changed to V-14 after changing engines to the TV3-117M.  Now the production version, Mi-14, wields the TV3-117VM engines.

 

Capable of take off and landing on water, the multipurpose helicopter stemmed several modifications/versions.  Development began in 1962 and the primary manufacturer (as of 2000) was Kazan Helicopters.

Overview

Data on design, manufacture and status

Design authority: MVZ Mil

Primary manufacturer: MVZ Mil

Parent type: Mil Mi-8/Mi-14/Mi-17

Aircraft status: Operational

Configuration

Primary flight and mechanical characteristics

VTOL type: Helicopter

Lift configuration: Single main rotor

Dedicated control device: Tail rotor

Crew required: 4

Crew seating: Side-by-side

Landing gear: Wheels (all retractable)

Overall Dimensions

Data on aircraft size

Overall Height: 6.93 m (22.7 ft)

Overall Length: 25.30 m (83.0 ft)

Overall Width: 21.29 m (69.8 ft)

Engine Details

Aircraft powerplant (lift and/or propulsion)

Total number of engines: 2

Engine designation: Motor Sich TV3-117VM turbine

Engine manufacturer: Motor Sich

Weights and Performance

Data on aircraft weight and flight characteristics

Max Gross Weight (ground): 14000 kg (30865 lb)

Max Range: 660 km (356 nm)

Max Endurance: 6.0 hrs (6.0 hrs)

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