-2The main upgrades include advanced handling characteristics, more precise navigation and communication capabilities of the helicopter.
The Mi-26T2V will be able to fly to any region including those with complex geographical and unfavorable weather conditions, at any time, on equipped and unequipped routes, on new routes, above featureless terrain, under fire and information counteraction of the enemy.
The Mi-26T2V will have an autopilot and avionics that would allow it to operate at any time by means of electronic display and new navigation and piloting system. Also, the new Mi-26T2 will be equipped with a modernized digital communication suite and an onboard defense system to increase the helicopter’s survivability.
Mi-26Ts in various modifications are widely used to perform a variety of tasks – for transporting, evacuations, firefighting and other missions around the world. The Mi-26T is capable of transporting up to 20 tons of cargo inside the body or on an external sling.
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