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Mi-24 / Mi-35 Hind
 
Latest update: January 2019

Company: Mil
 
Abbr.: Order and inventory status information: Abbr.: Order and inventory status information:
       
Order. No. of aircraft ordered. WFU No. of aircraft Withdrawn From Use.
Opt. No. of aircraft options. Sold No. of aircraft sold to another country.
Opp. No. of possible aircraft sales. Oth. D. No. of aircraft bought from another country.
Canc. No. of aircraft ordered cancelled. LS↓ No. of aircraft leased from another country.
Del. No. of aircraft delivered. LS ↑ No. of aircraft leased to another country.
On Or. No. of aircraft to be delivered. Act. No. of aircraft operational.
W/O No. of aircraft Written Off (crashed).    
       
Lease: When the no. of aircraft LS↓ and LS ↑ are equal the leased aircraft have been returned to the owner.

 
Order and production overview - aircraft totals
 
Country Order. Opt. Opp. Canc. Del. On Or. W/O WFU Sold Oth.D. LS↓ LS ↑ Act.
Afghanistan           0       10     10
Bulgaria 44       44 0 1 24 17       2
Cyprus 12       12 0 1           11
Czech Republic 17       17 0 1 28 6 36     18
Czechoslovakia 61       61 0 6 55         0
East Germany 54       54 0 2 1 51       0
Germany           0   11 40 51     0
Hungary 40       40 0 2 50   20     8
India 4       4 0     4       0
Ivory Coast 3       3 0 1     2     4
Macedonia 12       12 0   8         4
Mali           0 1 1   6     4
Poland 33       33 0 5 18   18     28
Senegal           0       3     3
Serbia 4         4             0
Slovakia           0 2 14 3 19     0
USA           0       4     4
Total 284       280 4 22 210 121 169     96
 
Comment(s):

Report is based on NATO countries and Macedonia and therefore includes non NATO countries.

Czechoslovakia:

Split into the Czech Republic and Slovakia on January 1, 1993. The aircraft of it's air force were divided between both new countries. See details in the table below.

Eastern Germany:

Reunited with West Germany on October 3, 1990. It's aircraft were transferred to the German Air Force. See details in the table below.


Country WFU Oth.D.
Czechoslovakia 55  
Czech Republic   36
Slovakia   19
Total 55 55
Country Sold Oth.D.
Czech Republic 6  
Afghanistan   6
Country Sold Oth.D.
East Germany 51  
Germany 40 51
Hungary   20
Poland   18
USA   2
Country Sold Oth.D.
Bulgaria 18  
Ivory Coast   2
Mali   6
To civil   10
 
Order and production overview - aircraft detailed
 
Country Aircraft Order. Opt. Opp. Canc. Del. On Or. W/O WFU Sold Oth.D. LS↓ LS ↑ Act.
Afghanistan Mi-24V           0       6     6
  Mi-35           0       4     4
Bulgaria Mi-24D 38       38 0 1 20 17       0
  Mi-24V 6       6 0   4         2
Cyprus Mi-35P 12       12 0 1           11
Czech Republic Mi-24D           0   16   16     0
  Mi-24DU           0   1   1     0
  Mi-24V 7       7 0 1 11 6 19     8
  Mi-35 10       10 0             10
Czechoslovakia Mi-24D 28       28 0 4 24         0
  Mi-24DU 2       2 0   2         0
  Mi-24V 31       31 0 2 29         0
East Germany Mi-24D 42       42 0 2 1 39       0
  Mi-24P 12       12 0     12       0
Germany Mi-24D           0   6 33 39     0
  Mi-24P           0   5 7 12     0
Hungary Mi-24D 30       30 0 2 42   14     0
  Mi-24P           0       6     6
  Mi-24V 10       10 0   8         2
India Mi-35 4       4 0     4       0
Ivory Coast Mi-24D           0       2     2
  Mi-24V 3       3 0 1           2
Macedonia Mi-24K 2       2 0   2         0
  Mi-24V 10       10 0   6         4
Mali Mi-24D           0 1 1   6     4
Poland Mi-24D 16       16 0 3 16   18     15
  Mi-24V 17       17 0 2 2         13
Senegal Mi-24V           0       3     3
Serbia Mi-35 4         4             0
Slovakia Mi-24D           0 1 7   8     0
  Mi-24DU           0   1   1     0
  Mi-24V           0 1 6 3 10     0
USA Mi-24           0       1     1
  Mi-24D           0       2     2
  Mi-24P           0       1     1
Total   284       280 4 22 210 121 169     96
 
Comment(s):

Hungary:

Eight Hungarian Air Force Mi-24's (six Mi-24P former East German Air Force and two Mi-24V's) received an upgrade / modification program in Russia in 2018. These were delivered to the Hungarian Air Force at the end of 2018 and beginning of 2019. Two of the six former East German Air Force Hinds, transferred to the German Air Force and then sold to Hungary, entered service with the Hungarian Air Force and flew until 2013.
 
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