Mil Mi-14 Airplane Videos and Airplane Pictures

Mil Mi-14 Video - Dropping torpedo

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Mil Mi-14 Aircraft Information

Mil Mi-14


Warbird Picture - Mil Mi-14P

Picture - Mil Mi-14P

Role: Anti-submarine helicopter
Manufacturer: Mil Moscow Helicopter Plant
First flight: September 1969
Introduced: 1975
Status: Active service
Primary users: Soviet Naval Aviation Russian Naval Aviation Libyan Air Force
Developed from: Mil Mi-8

The Mil Mi-14 (NATO reporting name "Haze") is a Soviet anti-submarine helicopter which is derived from the earlier Mi-8.

Design and development

The Mil Mi-14 is built in antisubmarine, mine countermeasures, and search and rescue versions. Its features include two Klimov TV3-117MT turboshaft engines, a boat-like hull similar to the Sea King, rear fuselage sponsons, and a retractable wheeled undercarriage. In all probability, the naval Mi-14 can be used for over-the-horizon target designation, guidance of surface-to-surface missiles and for search and rescue. It may have a bomb bay for antisubmarine torpedoes, depth charges and other weapons used against naval units. It was first flown in September 1969 and entered service in 1975 with the Soviet Air Force.


Airplane Picture - Libyan Air Force Mi-14

Picture - Libyan Air Force Mi-14

Prototype of the Mi-14 helicopter.
Mi-14PL (NATO - Haze-A)
Anti-submarine warfare helicopter, equipped with towed APM-60 MAD, OKA-2 sonobuoys and a retractable Type 12-M search radar, armed with a single AT-1 or APR-2 torpedo, one Skat nuclear depth bomb, eight depth charges.
Mi-14PL Strike
Armed version of the Mi-14PL, equipped to carry and fire AS-7 Kerry air-to-surface missiles.
Improved anti-submarine warfare version.
Polish designation of the Mi-14PL. Also known as the Mi-14PW.
Mi-14BT (NATO - Haze-B)
Mine sweeping helicopter.
Mi-14PS (NATO - Haze-C)
Search and rescue version with search lights and sliding doors with hoist.
Search and rescue training helicopter for the Polish navy. One Polish Mi-17PL helicopter was converted into the Mi-17PX, after it had all its ASW equipment removed.
Airplane Picture - Georgian Mi-14

Picture - Georgian Mi-14

Amphibious firebuster version of Mi-14BT. Conversion price about USD1M.
Mi-14PZh Eliminator III
Mi-14BT helicopters converted into fire fighting aircraft.
Civilian version.
24-seat civilian transport helicopter.

Mi-14 operators

Specifications (Mi-14PL)

Data from Jane's All The World's Aircraft 1992-93

General characteristics

Crew: 4
Length: 18.38 m (60 ft 3 in)
Rotor diameter: 21.29 m (69 ft 10 in)
Height: 6.93 m (22 ft 9 in)
Disc area: 356 m (3,832 ft)
Empty weight: 11,750 kg (25,900 lb)
Max takeoff weight: 14,000 kg (30,865 lb)
Powerplant: 2x Klimov TV3-117MT turboshafts, 1,454 kW (1,950 shp) each

Airplane Picture - Polish Navy's Mi-14PŁ on display at Radom Air Show 2005

Picture - Polish Navy's Mi-14PŁ on display at Radom Air Show 2005


Maximum speed: 230 km/h (124 kt)
Ferry range: 1,135 km (705 mi)
Service ceiling: 3,500 m (11,500 ft)
Endurance with max fuel: 5 h 56 min


torpedoes, bombs and depth charges

Related development

Mil Mi-8

Comparable aircraft

Sikorsky S-61R

Mil Mi-14 Pictures

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