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No Reg Experimental helicopter which first flew in 1969. It is the largest helicopter in the world due both to its lifting capacity and its size. In August of 1969, the Mi-12 lifted 88,636 lb (44 tons!) to a height of 7,398 feet.
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A visitor from Finland posted Sun November 27, 2005:
Nice plane. Can it fly too?

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