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Mi-14 Haze

The Mi-14 Haze is a shore-based, navalized version of the Mi-8 'Hip' with a float bottom and ASW equipment. There are alsa SAR and mine-sweeping versions. In addition to its multirole capability, the Mi-14 features high flight performance: a 900 to 1,000 km range and four-hour endurance on internal fuel only. Currently, the only competitor to the Mi-14GP is the Eurocopter AS 332L1 Super Puma. The Mi-14 can land on water, drop liferafts overboard and take at least 20 survivors aboard. It can be employed for search, transport and rescue (dropping 20 liferafts).

Specifications

Country of Origin
Builder
Role
Variants
  • A is ASW
  • B is MCm variant(unarmed)
  • Similar Aircraft
    Rotor Span 21.2m
    Length 25.3m
    Height
    Weight 9000kg Empty
    14000kg Maximum
    Payload 2000 kg
    Engine2 Isotov TV3-117
    Maximum speed230km/h
    Cruising speed
    Range 1135km
    Cruise range 432 nm
    Service Ceiling 3500-5000 m
    ArmamentE45-75A torp or B-1, Nuclear DB
    Sensors MAD, dipping sonar, 20 sonobuoys, Radar type unknown
    Crew 2
    Cost
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