Mi-38 Flies With Klimov Engines

LONDON — Russian Helicopters has completed the first flight of its long-delayed Mi-38 heavy helicopter with Russian-built Klimov TV7-117V engines. The engines are fitted to the third prototype aircraft, which made a first hover on Nov. 13, and then a first flight on Nov. 29, although Russian...

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