12 MI-10K Helicopter in Operation

MI-10K Helicopter in Operation

Posted on May 30, 2010 by team

One of the most powerful loading helicopters – MI-10K (“crane) in operation.


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12 Responses to “MI-10K Helicopter in Operation”

  1. Yurka says:


  2. YJ says:

    Looks likes an enlarged version of the MI-2

  3. Byron76 says:

    Amazing machine!!!! I’m a fan of russian helos!!!!
    Greetings from Argentina!

  4. Frankie says:

    I wonder what they are building

  5. Yareg says:

    Looks like cell phone tower

  6. w says:

    Can some1 invite me to leprosorium?

  7. cockatrice says:

    Erickson makes these down the road from where I live (S-64 Air Crane)
    At your 35 meter rotor diameter versus our 22 meter diameter you’ve got us beat, plus it can carry passengers.

    And guess what we were using to transport S-64s to Australia, South Asia and about anywhere else? An Antonov. They had a runway extension built where it could be parked. I have pictures of an Antonov sitting in Medford, Oregon. Sadly, between overreactions to the Twin Towers fiasco et al. the airport lost its international commerce status (joyous side effects on the “war on terror”, economic devestation).

  8. Otis R. Needleman says:

    Looks like the Mi-10 is hauling a Chinook helicopter in one picture.

    • Alex Z says:

      it’s Mi-26 – most powerful and the biggest helicopter in the world.
      On the 4th picture we can see toy R/C helicopter.
      Admin, be careful!

    • DT says:

      Close but na that’s a CH-46 Sea Knight, basically the little brother of the Chinook.

  9. iii says:

    Couldnt they just use a crane to do that? :D
    Oh yea, its a lot cooler with a helo :)

  10. MBT outlet says:

    I was just searching for this the other day. Glad I finally discovered what I needed

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