Mil Mi-6

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A Mil Mi-6 of Soviet Air Forces in flight
Role Heavy transport helicopter
Manufacturer Mil Moscow Helicopter Plant
First flight 5 June 1957[1]
Retired 2002 (Russia CAA)
Status Retired from service
Primary users Soviet Air Force (historical)
Aeroflot (historical)
Produced 1959–1980[2]
Number built 926
Variants Mil Mi-10

Mil Mi-6 (Russian: Мил Ми-6; NATO reporting name: Hook) was a Soviet heavy transport helicopter designed by Mil.

References[change | change source]

  1. Gordon, Yefim; Dimitriy and Sergey Komissarov (2005). Mil's heavylift helicopters : Mi-6, Mi-10, V-12 and Mi-26. Red Star. Vol. 22 (2nd ed.). Hinckley: Midland Publishing. ISBN 1-85780-206-3.
  2. "". Retrieved 9 February 2019.