The Russian Mil Mi-8MT, NATO codename Hip, is a medium twin-turbine engine helicopter designed by the Soviet Union in the 1960s. First seeing service in the Soviet Air Force in 1968, the Mi-8MT was deployed in various roles as a transport helicopter, airborne command post, armed gunship, and as a reconnaissance platform.

With over 17000 units in use with more than 50 countries, the Mi-8 along with its Mi-17 export version is the world’s most-produced helicopter to date.

Trumpeter Mil Mi-8MT/Mi-17 Hip-H Helicopter features:

  • Highly detailed kit featuring crisp airframe rivets and panel lines.
  • Highly detailed cockpit with PE seat belts.
  • Transparent cockpit instrument panels with decals.
  • Highly detailed crew/cargo compartment with transparent windshields.
  • All hatches can be built as open or closed.
  • Two highly detailed Klimov TV2-117A turboshaft engines.
  • 1 PE fret.
  • 3 marking options.