Mi-26T2/Mi-26T2V Heavy-Lift Transport Helicopter

The Mil Mi-26 is a twin-engine heavy transport helicopter designed and manufactured by Mil Moscow Helicopter Plant, Russia, for both military and civilian roles. It is the second largest and powerful helicopter in the world, and entered into service in 1985.

The helicopter’s maiden flight took place in December 1977. About 276 Mi-26 helicopters are currently in service worldwide.

Mi-26 helicopter variants

The Mi-26 has 13 variants, which include Mi-26A, Mi-26M, Mi-26MS, Mi-26NEF-M, Mi-26P, Mi-26PP, Mi-26PK, Mi-26S, Mi-26T, Mi-26TP, Mi-26TS, Mi-26TZ and Mi-27.

The Mi-26A is an advanced version of the Mi-26 and completed its flight test in 1985. It is upgraded with a structured PNK-90 flight navigation system for automated approach and decline.

Another variant, the Mi-26M is an upgraded version of Mi-26. It is incorporated with a flight navigation system, D-127 turboshaft engines, an electronic flight instrumentation system and aerodynamic rotor blades for better performance.

The Mi-26T is a commercial cargo or freight transport version. It was first showcased in the 1997 Moscow Air Show. The helicopter was later displayed at Farnborough Air Show held in 2002 after installing advanced avionics by Rostvertol.


Mi-26T – russianhelicopters.aero

Mi-26T, the world’s best line production helicopter in terms of load capacity, is unrivaled in cost-performance parameters. This type helicopters are intensively used for all sorts of operations: transportation, evacuation, fire fighting etc. Mi-26T is capable of carrying up to 20 tons of cargo inside fuselage or on the external sling.

Mi-26T cockpit

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Max. speed
295 km/h
Cruise speed
255 km/h
Max. flight range with main fuel tanks
800 km
Operational ceiling
4,600 m
Hover ceiling (OGE)
1,520 m

Weight Parameters

Max. take-off weight
56,000 kg
With underslung load
56,000 kg

Max. Payload, kg

in transport cabin
20,000 kg
on external sling
20,000 kg

Engine 2 х D-136 (2 х 11 400 h. p.)

Take-off power
h. p.
Contingency power
h. p.

Cabin Dimensions

12.1 m
3.29 m
3.17 m



Mi-26T specification russianhelicopters.aero

The Mi-26MS is an upgraded model of the Mi-26T. The variant is a medical evacuation helicopter and comprises intensive care section for four casualties and two medics, ambulance section for five stretcher patients, three seated casualties and two attendants, and a laboratory.

The Mi-26NEF-M is another variant of Mi-26 fitted with a search radar below the nose radome. It is an anti-submarine warfare version, which boasts heat exchangers and towed MAD housing fitted on a ramp.

The Mi-26P is a passenger transport version, which can carry 70 to 100 passengers. The variant features airline-type seating, with a centre aisle, bathroom, kitchen and cloakroom near the flight deck.

Another variant, the Mi-26PP, is a radio relayed version with its first flight test completed in 1986. The Mi-26PK is derived from the Mi-26P. It is a flying crane helicopter introduced in 1997. The Mi-26S is a disaster relief version incorporated with a discharging liquid tank and underbelly spraying apparatus.

The Mi-26TP is a fire-fighting helicopter, which can distribute 17,260l of water from a squat VSU-15 bucket. It was first introduced in 1994.

Another variant, the Mi-26TS, is an export version of the Mi-26T supplied to Samsung Aerospace Industries, South Korea.

The Mi-26TZ is a fuel tanker version, while the Mi-27 is airborne command post variant.

Mi-26TZ fuel tanker version

screenshot-www.youtube.com-2018.08.26-09-49-30The Mi-26TZ is a specially adapted for transporting and filling fuel in the field – Документальные Фильмы

Type :   special modification of the heavy-duty helicopter typeMi-26 ( Halo A ),serving as the role of a ground filling station

Determination :   Fuel transmission to helicopters and front-combat combat airplanes and ground fighting techniques

Differences from the Mi-26 helicopter (Halo A) :

– installation of three removable modules, two with fuel tanks with a total capacity of 14,000 liters, a fuel pump and a control panel and one with four air fuel hoses, ten hoses on diesel and a fuel gauge inside the cargo compartment

screenshot-www.youtube.com-2018.08.26-09-49-54Refueling hoses – Документальные Фильмы

Manufactured :   at least six serial machines

Users :   Kazakhstan and Russia

Crew:    two pilots, navigator and on-board mechanic

Drive:   two turbo-shaft engines of the Progress D-136 type with a maximum power of 11,400 kp

Radar:  weather station type 8A313 Groza , installed inside the hull spike

Equipment:   SRO-1P identification system Parol-2D, warning system RL type SPO-15 (L006) Berjoza and six whirlpools of 32 misleading IR / RL targets of the ASO-2V type (three- installed on the sides of the central part of the fuselage, in the area above the main bogie)

Capacity:   Tank with 14,000 liters of fuel and canisters 1,040 l of lubricants transported inside the cargo cabin with dimensions 12,08 mx 3,25 mx 2,91 m

Source ruslet.webnode.cz


Time necessary for conversion from refueling equipment version………….1h.25 min
From transport version to refueling equipment version…………………………  1h. 25 min


Performance with refuel equipment of Mi-26 T in conformity with performance of standard Mi-26T

Capacity of transported fuel   14.040 lt
Transported fuel  aviation kerosene T-2, TS-1, RT
Diesel DL, DZ, DA grades
Transported lubricants  (52 tanks of 20 liters each) 1.040 lt
Fuel distribution rate with pressure from pump (3,8-4,0 kgf/cm2) on each hose
With 4 hoses of aviation fuel Up to 300 lt/min
With 10 hoses of diesel fuel 50…..150 lt/min
Fineness of filtration of distributed fuel
Aviation 5 μm
Diesel 12…16 μm
Time of deployment for distribution to consumers
Aviation fuel 10 min
Diesel fuel 15 min
Time for stowage
Aviation fuel refueling equipment 15 min
Diesel fuel refueling equipment 25 min

Source redstar.gr

Mi-26 helicopter upgrades for Defense Ministry

Holding “Helicopters of Russia” prepared a project for the modernization of the Mi-26 helicopter for Russian military aircraft. At present, the Rostvertol plant is already working on the creation of a prototype of the new Mi-26T2V with the subsequent implementation of a complex of flight tests.

As the general director of the holding “Russian Helicopters” Andrey Boginsky said, the machine will embody the latest technical solutions taking into account the use in combat operations. “I want to note that we are talking about the modernization of the military version of the Mi-26 rather than the Mi-26T2 helicopter, which is exported,” he said.

The modernized Mi-26T2V is a heavy wide-body transport helicopter with a carrying capacity of 20 tons. The number of crew members of the updated version remained the same – 5 people.

The new machine will be able to provide flights in the conditions of any region, including, with complex physico-geographical and unfavorable climatic conditions. Also, the helicopter will be able to be operated in conditions of unequipped trails and along routes outside the trails, over unoriented terrain, in conditions of fire and information counteraction of the enemy.

The machine is equipped with a modern integrated complex of on-board radio electronic equipment NPK90-2, which provides helicopter piloting day and night with automatic flight along the route, exit to a predetermined point and approach, as well as pre-landing maneuvering and return to the main or alternate aerodrome. The air defense system of the helicopter provides helicopter protection against missile damage with radio and opto-electronic guidance. Source rostec.ru DD 20 OCTOBER 2017

Mil Mi-26T2V 

7_d554b1b6Mi-26T2V – Rostvertol

Differences from the Mi-26 helicopter :

– installation of an automated flight-navigation complex type NPK-90-2 instead of the original navigation equipment (this reduced the number of crew members from four persons to two) – Pictures below of Mi-26T2V shows 4 crew stations

Mi-26T2V cockpit

screenshot-www.youtube.com-2018.08.26-01-27-36Mi-26T2V – GTRK Don-TRscreenshot-wordpress.com-2018.08.31-16-37-43Mi-26T2V – GTRK Don-TRscreenshot-www.youtube.com-2018.08.26-01-26-44Mi-26T2V – GTRK Don-TRscreenshot-www.youtube.com-2018.08.26-01-29-19Mi-26T2V – GTRK Don-TR

– installation of modified interconnection equipment

– installation of new instrumentation inside the cockpit

– installing new impact-resistant seats inside the crew’s cabin

– installing new external lighting to allow the use of night vision glasses

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– installation of the L370E26L Vitebsk Defense Complex, consisting of a L370-2-01 Warnetting Anti-Missile System (L370-2-01), a L370-5L directional intruder and 28 dummy targets. All of the components of the Vitebsk-type complex are located within two pairs of tandem-shaped conformal containers that are attached to the sides of the central part of the hull. While the front is just behind the front side entry door, the rear pair of Vitebsk-type complex containers is located directly above the main chassis. While the front containers contain a L370-5L type lane and one L370-2-01 (one for the front and rear half-sphere), two 14-meter dumbbells are built into the hind legs of each of the rear containers. Source ruslet.webnode.cz

L370E26L Vitebsk Defense Complex

screenshot-www.youtube.com-2018.08.25-18-44-51Mi-26T2V – Russian Helicopters

It is designed to protect aircraft from anti-aircraft missiles with infrared, radar or combined homing heads. “Vitebsk” is able to track the launch of missiles within a radius of several hundred kilometers from the aircraft and “take away” the missile from the target.


Structurally, the complex L-370 “Vitebsk” is made in the form of blocks that can be located inside the fuselage and on the outer hinges of the aircraft or helicopter. The main elements of the complex are laser radiation detection equipment, ultraviolet rocket launching direction finder, control system, opto-electronic suppression station and false thermal targets (LTC) devices. The known modifications of BKO-L-370B52 (for Ka-52), L-370E8 (for MI-8MT), L-370E26L (for MI-26), L-370E50 (for Ka-50).

screenshot-www.youtube.com-2018.08.26-10-44-01Vitebsk Defense Complex – Женя Вертолет YouTube

The main element of Vitebsk is the digital station for active interference (LSS) L-370-3S. It exceeds the Sorbtsiya (Su-27), Omul (Su-25), Gardenia (MiG-29) and suppresses the enemy radar in a wider frequency range. The complex includes a system of protection against missiles with a thermal homing head (TGSN), which blinds enemy missiles with a laser spotlight. Translated by google – ource arms-expo.ru



Ø carrier rotor: 32,00 m
Ø tail rotor: 7.61 m
Total length: 40,03 m
Length of hull: 33.73 m
Height: 8.15 m
Empty weight: ?
Max. takeoff weight: 56 000 kg
Max. speed: 295 km / h
Practical access: 4 600 m
Max. range without / with 4 PTB: 800/1 920 km

Source ruslet.webnode.cz


screenshot-www.youtube.com-2018.08.24-17-41-23Mi-26T2 – Airguardian

The Mi-26T2 is a modernisation of the Mi-26T heavy-lift transport helicopter designed by Mil Moscow Helicopter Plant, a division of Russian Helicopters.

The modernised helicopter is designed to transport heavy cargo and equipment. It can be used to quickly transport up to 82 troops and their equipment, as well as a wide range of heavy-weight combat vehicles.

screenshot-www.youtube.com-2018.05.28-08-07-11Телеканал Звезда

Preliminary flight tests were carried out in 2014 and serial production of the Mi-26T2 helicopter began in May 2015.

Rostvertol, which is part of Russian Helicopters, built the helicopter at its Rostov-on-Don factory.

screenshot-www.youtube.com-2018.05.14-18-49-35Mi-26 factory – T-24

Avionics for the Mi-26T2 helicopter were developed by OJSC Ramenskoe Instrument Design Bureau (RKPB), a subsidiary of KRET.

The ambulance / emergency response variant of the Mi-26T2 helicopter can carry up to 60 wounded people. It can be configured to perform various other operations, including fire-fighting, fuel delivery, construction and installation works.

The helicopter can also provide self-contained refuelling to ground-based vehicles.

Mi-26T2 demonstration and orders

The helicopter was exhibited at the International Aviation and Space show MAKS 2011, HeliRussia 2011, and Dubai Airshow 2013. It entered  the first stage of flight trials in 2011. It was demonstrated to the Algerian Armed Force in July 2012 and offered for the Indian Air Force in November 2012.

Russian Helicopters received an order to deliver six Mi-26T2s for the Algerian Air Force under a $2.7bn contract in March 2014. The first helicopter performed its maiden flight in December 2014.

screenshot-www.youtube.com-2018.08.24-17-34-06Mi-26T2 Algerian Air Force – Algeria Today

On June 26, 2013, the Algerian Air Force ordered a total of 6 Mi-26T2 helicopters. The first one (SL-21) was also the first serial specimen of the Mi-26T2 helicopter, and it was first released in the cloud on December 25, 2014. On February 11, 2015, the second series Mi-26T2 (SL-22 ). Upon completion of the tests, both of these Mi-26T2 helicopter specimens were used to train the flight and ground personnel of the customer. It was only then, on 8 July 2015, that they embarked on a trip from Rostov to Don to Algeria, respectively. at the base of Bild. The day arrived at the destination. But this was preceded by a stopover on one of the Greek islands. The other two Mi-26T2 series (SL-32 and SL-34) were flown in June and July 2015. Their handover was made before the end of the same year. Translated by google – source ruslet.webnode.cz

screenshot-www.youtube.com-2018.08.24-17-29-07Mi-26T2 Algerian Air Force – Algeria Today

Algeria ordered a second batch of eight Mi-26T2 helicopters in August 2015.

King Abdullah Design and Development Bureau placed an order with Russian Helicopters to deliver four Mi-26T2s for the Royal Jordanian Air Force, in April 2016. The first helicopter was delivered in January 2018.

Mi-26T2 transport helicopter design and features

The Mi-26T2 heavy-lift transport helicopter features new digital avionics suite and an upgraded engine. It is capable of executing missions during both day and night under all weather conditions.

screenshot-www.youtube.com-2018.06.08-00-01-21Mi-26T2 main landing gear – Телеканал Звезда

Attached to the helicopter is double-wheeled landing gear in a tricycle arrangement. Its main rotor system consists of eight blades, while the tail rotor system consists of five blades.

screenshot-www.youtube.com-2018.08.29-14-09-07Тамаз Мухашаврия YouTube

The base variant is 12.1m long, 3.29m wide and 3.17m high. The helicopter has a cargo lifting capacity of 20t and accommodates the maximum weight of the cargo inside the cargo cabin or from an external sling, which is operated by a flight engineer.

Two members of crew operate the helicopter. A door on each side of the cabin facilitates easy entry and exit for the crew. It is fitted with a new air conditioning and cargo compartment heating systems.

screenshot-www.youtube.com-2018.05.28-08-05-37Первый каналПервый канал

Mi-26T2 cockpit

screenshot-www.youtube.com-2018.05.28-08-13-43Mi-26T2 – Первый канал

The Mi-26T2 heavy-lift transport helicopter features a glass cockpit fitted with an electronic display system of five liquid-crystal displays (LCDs), control panels, airborne computer, as well as standard and infrared (IR) lighting equipment.

1024px-Mil_Mi-26T2,_Rostvertol_AN1989586Mi-26T2  cockpit – wikipedia.org

Additionally, a Tranzas TSL-1600 light can be installed to visually control external loads in night conditions. The cockpit can be optionally fitted with night vision goggles (NVG) based on the customer requirements.

screenshot-www.youtube.com-2018.05.28-08-15-32Mi-26T2 – Первый канал

Avionics suite onboard the Mi-26T2

The Mi-26T2 features a BREO-26 digital avionics suite to improve stability and control in all flight modes over unfamiliar terrains. The onboard avionics include NPK 90-2 flight and navigation system along with NAVSTAR / GLONASS, modern communications system, airborne flight recorder system, backup device system, and an on-board control system.

screenshot-www.youtube.com-2018.05.28-08-17-56Mi-26T2 – Первый канал

A round-the-clock gyro stabilised optoelectronic system is also fitted to provide increased surveillance capabilities.

The Mi-26T2 prototype has already been tested with the L370E26L Vitebsk self-protection suite, borrowed from the Ka-52 Alligator. The costly system integrates L370-2-01 Reagent missile approach warning sensors and directional IR jammer; the jamming effect is also being enhanced by pumping out IR flares from chaff/flare dispensers scabbed onto the fuselage sides.

screenshot-www.youtube.com-2018.08.29-14-05-28Mi-26T2 with Vitebsk self-protection – Тамаз Мухашаврия YouTube

The Mi-26T2, in its baseline configuration, comes equipped with the all-new Russian-made BREO-26 digital avionics package, built around the KRET NPK90-2 flight-navigation avionics suite with a LINS-100RS laser inertial navigation system and an A737-1 satellite navigation receiver as well as the PKV-26D digital autopilot.

NPK-90-2 navigation equipment


The complex of on-board radio-electronic equipment NPK90-2 provides:

  • round-the-clock piloting in simple and difficult weather conditions;
  • automatic flight along the route with the provision of possible operational change of the flight route manually and by commands from ground control points of air traffic;
  • continuous automatic determination of the position and motion of the helicopter;
  • automatic determination of polar coordinates relative to radio beacons and their indication;
  • exit to a predetermined point from a given direction, issuing information about the time of arrival at the intermediate (final) point of the route
  • approach and pre-landing maneuvering in accordance with the landing scheme introduced for the aerodrome, including a repeated approach;
  • return to the main and alternate aerodromes, as well as to landing areas for the shortest distance;
  • providing information on flight parameters, operation of helicopter units and systems, tactical situation;
  • display of an electronic map of the locality;
  • information on the remaining path, traveled track, ground speed, instrument speed, track actual speed, and altitude flight barometric.

Source airwar.ru

LINS-100RS inertial system


LINS-100RS – is a joint development of «SAGEM Defense Securite» (France), and JSC RDC, JSC ITT (Russia).

LINS-100RS – has been designed according to Western and Russian standards.

LINS-100RS is a strapdown inertial-navigation system on base of ring laser gyros (RLG) and pendulous accelerometers.

LINS-100RS includes a SNS receiver installed into a monoblock (antenna assembly is included). The system has a mounting frame for providing accurate tie to coordinate system of aircraft. A monoblock case is a dust-moisture-proof design.

The system provides definition and output of flight/navigation para-meters, and is designed for new and upgraded aircraft and helicopters. Source inertech.ru

screenshot-www.youtube.com-2018.05.28-08-10-25Mi-26T2 – Первый канал

PKV-26D digital autopilot


An integrated navigation flight planning and communication system is also included in the package, as well as a precise auto hover system, digital map display, five MFI-10-7V multifunctional displays replacing a number of conventional ‘stem-gauge’ instruments.

screenshot-www.youtube.com-2018.05.28-08-19-33Mi-26T2 – Первый канал

The other new avionics components are represented by the KS-26T2 communications suite, a 7A-813C weather radar and a GOES-series day/night observation turret (with gyro-stabilised infrared and TV-cameras).

Type 7A813C weather radar


It also features customer-selectable options such as night vision goggle-compatible interior and exterior lighting, a TSL-1600 searchlight, a Vitebsk self-protection suite and a SKY899 traffic collision avoidance system. Source airsoc.com

TSL-1600 searchlight

p39helicopter.gifTSL-1600 searchlight – connectingindustry.com

TSL-1600 has high light characteristics, which makes it possible to effectively conduct search and rescue, rescue operations, patrol, investigative-search, security measures. The floodlight can also be used for nighttime photo and video shooting.



The projector is designed for visually concealed and unconcealed aviation operations for various purposes, used in various climatic and meteorological conditions and in various areas above the earth’s and water surfaces (mountainous terrain, urban and rural areas, forests, water bodies). Search and lighting projector can be installed on a helicopter of any type with sufficient power of the generator and search and rescue aircraft. The TSL-1600 does not have its own controls and displays.For these purposes either a control panel or a set of switching and indicating elements on the aircraft or a combination thereof is used.

Another advantage of the TSL-1600 is that it can work in automated control mode, receiving commands from external controls (multi-function indicator TDS-84, FLIR, etc.). This function allows to keep or accompany the object of observation, regardless of the spatial position and speed of the aircraft.

Tactical and technical indicators

Source of visible light
Lamp Type gas discharge xenon
Power 1600 W
The power of light 30 000 000 cd
Life time up to 1000 hours
IR mode
The spectral range (800 ÷ 1200) nm
Beam divergence in narrow beam mode 4
Beam divergence in wide beam mode 20
Power Cardan Suspension
Angle of rotation in azimuth 350 ° (± 175 °)
Angle of rotation by elevation angle + 10 ° (up) ÷ – 110 ° (downwards)
Angular velocity in azimuth 0-40 ° per second
Angular velocity in slope 0-40 ° per second
Searchlight as a whole
Radiation spectrum visible and infrared
Readiness time 1 sec – for lighting the lamp
Input voltage 27 V (24,0 ÷ 32,0) direct current
Input current 65 A (nom.); 75 A (max.)
Dimensions: (L x W x H) 418 mm x 425 mm x 427 mm
Total installation weight 29 kg

Source arms-expo.ru

SKY899 traffic collision avoidance system


  • Self-calibrating antenna constantly maintains the bearing accuracy of tracked targets and offers the most precise traffic positioning information
  • Verbal Intruder Positioning (VIP) announces range, bearing and relative altitude of intruder aircraft through the cockpit’s audio system
  • Unmatched 5-Year  Warranty
  • “Look Up/Look Down” altitude display modes highlight specific layers of relative altitude range — useful during climbs, descents and takeoff
  • Optional bottom mount antenna installation, useful for helicopter applications
  • Integrates with Stormscope Lightning Detection Systems
  • Economically fulfills TCAS I requirements for most aircraft
  • 35-mile surveillance & display range
  • Additional ARINC 429 EFIS output
  • The preferred choice of OEM’s worldwide

Source sarasotaavionics.com

Mi-26T2 engine


The Mi-26T2 heavy-lift transport helicopter is powered by two modernised, electronically controlled D-136-2 turbo-shaft gas turbine engines designed by Ivchenko-Progress and produced by Motor Sich.

The engine is equipped with full authority automatic control system of FADEC controls and generates 12,500hp of emergency power, while the maximum power rating is 11,650hp. Its engine delivers improved performance, even in hot climatic conditions.


The helicopter has an operating range of approximately 800km and a maximum range 1,905km when fitted with auxiliary fuel tanks.


2 x D-136-2 turbo-shaft gas turbine engines (Mi-26T2)


Takeoff (SLS, ISA)
N, hp. 12,200
C, kg/hp/h 0.210
Dimensions, mm 3,715 x 1,382 x 1,124
Weight, dry, kg 1,150

Source ivchenko-progress.com



screenshot-www.youtube.com-2018.09.03-06-55-26APU inlet Mi-26T2V – Женя Вертолет YouTubescreenshot-www.youtube.com-2018.08.25-00-11-10APU on Mi-26T – T24screenshot-www.youtube.com-2018.09.03-06-45-41APU exhaust Mi-26T2V – Женя Вертолет YouTubescreenshot-www.youtube.com-2018.09.03-06-54-31Plug for external APU source Mi-26T2V – Женя Вертолет YouTube

Characteristic Mi-26T2

Modification   Mi-26T2
Main screw diameter, m   32.00
Diameter of tail rotor, m   7.61
Length, m   40. 03
Height, m   8.145
Width, m   3120
Weight, kg  
  empty   28000
  normal take-off   49600
  maximum take-off   56,000
engine’s type   2 GTD ZMKB Progress D-136-2
Power, hp   2 x 11650
Maximum speed, km / h   290
Cruising speed, km / h   255
Practical range, km   2000
Range of action, km  
  with refueling of main fuel tanks   800
  with refueling basic and add. fuel tanks   1905
Practical ceiling, m   4600
Static ceiling, m   1 500
Crew, people   2 + 1
Payload:   up to 120 passengers or 20000 kg of cargo in the cabin or on the suspension

Source airwar.ru

Main material source airforce-technology.com

Updated Sep 03, 2018

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