Mi-26 saves Norwegian Sea King

  • Russian helicopter Mi-26T (registration number RA-06044) evacuates an external load crashed helicopter Westland Sea King Mk 43B 330th Squadron of Norway.  23/12/2012 (c) 330th Squadron of Norway
  • Russian helicopter Mi-26T (registration number RA-06044) evacuates an external load crashed helicopter Westland Sea King Mk 43B 330th Squadron of Norway. 23/12/2012 (c) 330th Squadron of Norway

December 23, 2012 Russian helicopter Mi-26T evacuated on an external sling wrecked search and rescue helicopter Westland Sea King Mk 43B Norwegian Air Force, accurately delivering the latest on the Norwegian air force base Banak.

Helicopter Westland Sea King Mk 43B from the 330th Squadron of Norway (main base Banak, squadron detachments are based all over the country) crashed during a training flight Dec. 11, 2012 as a result of equipment failure. Helicopter with six were on board the military made a "hard landing" in a mountainous area on the hillside Divgagaisa 13 km south of the town of Lakselv in Finnmark county, at an altitude of 840 meters above sea level. When boarding a helicopter additionally damaged chassis, though none of his were on board was injured.

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For rescuing helicopter Norwegians turned to the Russian side. December 23 Russian transport helicopter Mi-26T (registration number RA-06044, serial number 34001212434, serial number 2104, built the machine in 1990), owned by OAO "2nd Arkhangelsk United Aviation Group," arrived to the scene and evacuated the Sea King Norwegian car on the external load. Transportation Sea King on the external load on Banak held at an altitude of about 40 meters and took more than two hours, the weight of the Norwegian helicopter in this case was about 6.5 tons. Sea King damage in the accident on December 11 were generally minor, and by December 26 it was renovated.

Norwegian Air Force received 14 search-and-rescue helicopter Westland Sea King Mk 43 in 1972-1973, and since then they are in service with 330 Squadron. Two cars were written off as a result of accidents (1977 and 1986), and the remaining 12 are operated to date, and is expected to remain in service in 2020.

  • Russian helicopter Mi-26T (registration number RA-06044) evacuates an external load crashed helicopter Westland Sea King Mk 43B 330th Squadron of Norway. 23/12/2012 (c) 330th Squadron of Norway

December 23, 2012 Russian helicopter Mi-26T evacuated on an external sling wrecked search and rescue helicopter Westland Sea King Mk 43B Norwegian Air Force, accurately delivering the latest on the Norwegian air force base Banak.

Helicopter Westland Sea King Mk 43B from the 330th Squadron of Norway (main base Banak, squadron detachments are based all over the country) crashed during a training flight Dec. 11, 2012 as a result of equipment failure. Helicopter with six were on board the military made a "hard landing" in a mountainous area on the hillside Divgagaisa 13 km south of the town of Lakselv in Finnmark county, at an altitude of 840 meters above sea level. When boarding a helicopter additionally damaged chassis, though none of his were on board was injured.

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For rescuing helicopter Norwegians turned to the Russian side. December 23 Russian transport helicopter Mi-26T (registration number RA-06044, serial number 34001212434, serial number 2104, built the machine in 1990), owned by OAO "2nd Arkhangelsk United Aviation Group," arrived to the scene and evacuated the Sea King Norwegian car on the external load. Transportation Sea King on the external load on Banak held at an altitude of about 40 meters and took more than two hours, the weight of the Norwegian helicopter in this case was about 6.5 tons. Sea King damage in the accident on December 11 were generally minor, and by December 26 it was renovated.

Norwegian Air Force received 14 search-and-rescue helicopter Westland Sea King Mk 43 in 1972-1973, and since then they are in service with 330 Squadron. Two cars were written off as a result of accidents (1977 and 1986), and the remaining 12 are operated to date, and is expected to remain in service in 2020.

Crashed Dec. 11, 2012 helicopter Westland Sea King Mk 43B 330th Squadron of Norway (with) gfx.nrk.no

The rise of the crashed helicopter Westland Sea King Mk 43B 330th Squadron of Norway Russian helicopter Mi-26T (RA-06044). 23.12.2012 (c) 330th Squadron of Norway

Delivery of the crashed helicopter Westland Sea King Mk 43B 330th Squadron of Norway Russian helicopter Mi-26T (RA-06044) to the Norwegian Banak Air Base. 23.12.2012 (c) Stian Eliassen / www.finnmarkdagblad.no


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