Mil Mi-58

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Role Passenger Helicopter
National origin Russia
Manufacturer Mil
Developed from Mil Mi-28

The Mil Mi-58 was a projected twin-turbine passenger helicopter based on the Mil Mi-28 first announced at the 1995 Paris Air Show. It was planned to have two 2,088 kW Klimov TV3-117VMA-SB3 turboshaft engines, Mi-28's main rotor and Delta H tail rotor, and fixed tricycle-type landing gear with one nosewheel and two rear wheels on long sponsons. It was said to accommodate 20 passengers with various seating configurations.