Mil Mi-14 Haze

Derived from Mi-8 Hip (1st Gen)
1975







Model



Mil Mi-14 Haze

Antisubmarine helicopter derived from the Mi-8 with a boat-like hull allowing it to operate off the water. It first entered service in 1976 with the Soviet Union naval aviation.

Developed by the Mil Moscow Helicopter Plant and produced by Kazan Helicopters from 1973 to 1986.
Although developed with Naval operations in mind, it is too large to be stowed below deck on the Kiev class carriers, so is almost exclusively land-based.




Model News


Koksijde SAR Meet 2016, 07-Oct-16 : Belgium with Austria, Germany and Poland taking part of Search and Rescue SAR Meet 2016 at Koksijde, October 10-14

Renewed Production of Amphibious Mi-14PS, 02-Jul-15 : During IMDS 2015 being held in St. Petersburg, Russian Helicopters showcasing potential plans for the renewed production of the unique amphibious Mi-14 helicopter.



Specifications


Engine: 2 x Klimov TV3-117A 2200 shp
Capacity: 4 + 10
Length: (m) 18.38
Height: (m) 6.9
Blades: 5
Rotor diam.: (m) 21.3
Disc area: (m2) 356
Weight: (kgs) Empty: 8500     Max: 13000
Speed: (km/h)     Max: 230
Range: (km) 1100
Ceiling: (m) 3500
Rate/Climb: (m/min)
blueprints


Derivatives & Versions


ModelYearHistory
Mi-14BT Haze Known as the Haze-B by NATO. This is the airborne mine countermeasures version.
Mi-14PL Haze Known as the Haze-A by NATO and the Mi-14PW as the Polish export model. Haze-A is the basic land-based anti-submarine version.
Mi-14PS Haze-C Search and rescue version equipped with hoist

List of Operators of Mil Mi-14 Haze


From Organisation with model Mi-14 Haze
1979
bulgaria aviatza na bvmf
    11 1979/   
east germany volksmarine
    15 1979/90
1980
poland Marynarka Wojenna
    12 1980/   
1990
germany Marineflieger
    14 1990/94
1992
ukraine Військово-Морські Сили України
    1992/   
2015
russia Russian Helicopters
    2015/   
Construction Numbers on database of Mi-14 Haze or its versions

8mi-14bt
26mi-14pl
3mi-14ps






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