Russia’s new Mi-28UB helicopter to undergo tests in Syria
Russia’s newest helicopter Mi-28UB (with dual controls) will be tested in Syria, the CEO of the Helicopters of Russia company Andrei Boginsky said.
"We would like these helicopters to undergo tests here," Boginsky said in an interview on the Zvezda TV news channel recorded at the Hmeymim air base.
Earlier, the Helicopters of Russia general designer, Nikolai Pavlenko, said eight new Mi-28UB helicopters would be provided for the Aerospace Force later this year.
Mi-28UB is a combined combat and training configuration of the attack helicopter Mi-28N Night Hunter, TASS reports.