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MI24P

 

 

TYPE:

Helicopters

DESCRIPTION:

2 x Mi-24P Gunship Helicopters

PRICE:

Upon Request

PACKING:

Ex-Depot

 


2 X mi-24p GUNSHIP HELICOPTERS

 


 

 

 

Mil MI 24 Specifications

 

 

Mi-24 no 2534624311109 (tail boom no 28)

 

Manufactured: 27 December 1983

Date of last overhaul: 29 October 1994

Hours from production: 964

Hours from last overhaul: 4

Hours remaining before next overhaul: 996

Resource to next overhaul: 99.6%

Stored under prolonged approved preservation

 

TV3-117V engine (left) no 7087851103112

 

Manufactured: 20 April 1981

Date of last overhaul: 23 April 1988

Hours from production: 774

Hours from last overhaul: 99

Hours remaining before next overhaul: 476

Resource to next overhaul: 82.8%

Stored under prolonged approved preservation

 

TV3-117V engine (right) no 7087854503499

 

Manufactured: 24 December 1985

Date of last overhaul: 23 April 1988

Hours from production: 775

Hours from last overhaul: 100

Hours remaining before next overhaul: 475

Resource to next overhaul: 82.6%

Stored under prolonged approved preservation

 

Mi-24 no 2534624311120 (tail boom no 29)

 

Manufactured: 27 December 1983

Date of last overhaul: 20 October 1994

Hours from production: 960

Hours from last overhaul: 4

Hours remaining before next overhaul: 996

Resource to next overhaul: 99.6%

Stored under prolonged approved preservation

 

TV3-117V engine (left) no 7087954503501

 

Manufactured: 23 December 1985

Date of last overhaul: 20 October 1994

Hours from production: 746

Hours from last overhaul: 161

Hours remaining before next overhaul: 414

Resource to next overhaul: 72.0%

Stored under prolonged approved preservation

 

TV3-117V engine (right) no 7087951603095

 

Manufactured: 24 December 1985

Date of last overhaul: 20 October 1994

Hours from production: 675

Hours from last overhaul: 0

Hours remaining before next overhaul: 575

Resource to next overhaul: 100.0%

Stored under prolonged approved preservation

 

General Information

 

Both helicopters are "P" variants (Russian nomenclature) which are designated Mi-24V in the Western World.

The date of manufacture for both is 27 December 1983.  Each were last fully overhauled in October 1994 and were then placed in prepared storage. 

 

The resource remaining until the next overhaul is 1,000 hours, ie 100%.

 

The engines on number 28 each have 475 hours remaining to their next overhaul (83% resource) and on 29 one engine has 575 hours (100% resource) and the other has 415 hours (72% resource).

 

The helicopters are both dual control (which is an expensive and useful modification, especially for instruction purposes), with the electronic weapons firing system upgraded for use at night in conjunction with NVG equipment. 

 

Cockpit lighting is also modified for use with NVG systems.

 

Each helicopter is fitted with a nose mounted four-barrelled 12.7 mm machine gun and have weapons pylons fitted on the stub wings with the normal three hardpoints that can carry long range external fuel tanks and rocket pods for 57mm unguided rockets. 

External fuel tanks and rocket pod canisters are stored with the aircraft.

 

Helicopters were last inspected and released to service October 2004.

They are painted camouflage green/brown and are in perfect operational condition.

Stored/hangared with Royal Australian Airforce in Australia.


Helicopters are property of UK Plc


 

 

Specification and photos are not contractual and are subject to verification upon inspection

 

 

 

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