MIL Mi-6


Title: MIL Mi-6

The MIL MI-6 was the largest helicopter in the world at the time of its first flight in 1957, and was designed specifically to support mineral exploration in Siberia. With a maximum weight approaching 100,000 lbs it could carry 65 passengers in an airliner role and had auxiliary wings to off-load the rotor in cruising flight.

This title contains two detailed technical manuals in Russian along with a publicity brochure. The files have been scanned from the original flight manuals and retain any colour pages unless otherwise stated.



This title contains:

  • Manual “Helicopter Mi-6A” for the MIL Mi-6A, a technical description manual dated 1977 with 169 pages. In Russian.
  • Manual “Practical Aerodynamics” for the MIL Mi-6, undated with approx 206 pages. In Russian.
  • Aviaexport brochure for the MIL Mi-6, undated with 24 pages. In English and Russian.