3D Photo of the Mi-34 S1 Helicopter. The Mil Mi-34 (NATO reporting name: Hermit) is a light helicopter designed by the Mil Moscow Helicopter Plant in either a two or four seat configuration for utility and training.
It was first flown in 1986 and introduced at the Paris Air Show in 1987. The Mi-34 entered production in 1993, and is capable of performing aerobatic maneuvers, including rolls and loops.
Crew: 1 person
Passengers: 3 persons
Length of a fuselage:
Mass of full loading: 350 kg
Capacity: 365 h.p.
Maximum speed: 215 km/h
The cruiser: 195 km/h;
Range of flight: 650 km
Static ceiling: 1375 m
You can see 3D Photo of the Mi-34 S1 on this page.
Variants of Mi-34:
Mi-34S[note 1] – four seat production model powered by a 239 kW (325 hp) Vedeneyev (VOKBM) M-14V-26V nine-cylinder, air-cooled, radial engine mounted sideways in the fuselage, and equipped with modern avionics. A few aircraft were purchased by the Moscow police.
Mi-34S2 “Sapsan” – turbine version of the Mi-34. It will be able to accommodate up to 4 passengers and the first deliveries are planned by the end of 2011. It will be powered by Turbomeca Arrius-2F
Mi-34L – proposed version powered by a 261 kW (350 hp) Textron Lycoming TIO-540J piston engine. None built.
Mi-34P Patrulnyi (English: patrol) – Police patrol version for Moscow Mayor Office.
Mi-34A – Luxury version, intended to be powered by an Allison 250-C20R turboshaft engine. None built.
Mi-34M1 and Mi-34M2 – Proposed twin-turbine, six-passenger versions.
Mi-34UT – trainer with dual control.
Mi-34V or Mi-34VAZ or Mi-234 – proposed version powered by two VAZ-4265 rotary piston engines.
Mi-44 – proposed development with TV-O-100 engine and refined aerodynamics. A mockup was built in 1987.