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  • AA11: Russians take aim at high rise fires

    Russian Helicopters foresees an opportunity to sell its coaxial Ka-32A11BC helicopter in China, mainly in the high-rise...

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  • AA11: Russians take aim at high rise fires

    News | 10 Mar 2011 02:00 | Greg Waldron

    Russian Helicopters foresees an opportunity to sell its coaxial Ka-32A11BC helicopter in China, mainly in the high-rise fire fighting role.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/AA11-Russians-take-aim-at-high-rise-fires-354105/
  • FARNBOROUGH: Is a rotary revolution on the horizon?

    News | 20 Jul 2010 08:00 | Jon Lake

    Despite the astonishing versatility of the helicopter, conferred by its ability to take off and land vertically, many believe that today's rotorcraft are...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/FARNBOROUGH-Is-a-rotary-revolution-on-the-horizon-344144/
  • Turbomeca boss slams Russian bureaucracy

    News | 04 Jun 2007 23:00 | Howard Gethin

    Turbomeca president Emeric d'Arcimoles has criticised Russian bureaucracy as the main barrier to Russian-French co-operation in jointly developing helicopter...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Turbomeca-boss-slams-Russian-bureaucracy-214423/
  • Yemen close to placing Ka-52 order

    News | 07 Jun 2004 23:00

    <p>Meanwhile, Kamov design bureau changes tack with Turkey's 80-helicopter requirement and offers customised Ka-50 </p> <p>Kamov is close to securing its first export customer for the Ka-52 Alligator two-seat reconnaissance and attack helicopter, with Yemen believed near to finalising a $150 million contract for 12 aircraft.</p> <p>Confirming that a deal is being discussed with an undisclosed country, RSK MiG general director Vladimir Toryanin says a contract could be signed next month. Kamov is a member of the RSK MiG group of companies, which also received a 2003 contract to supply Yemen with six MiG-29SMT fighters. Payments for the Ka-52 purchase will be delayed until Russia completes deliveries of the fighters. Another 14 MiG-29s delivered in 2002-03 will be upgraded to the SMT standard from 2005.</p> <p>The Ka-52 is a development of Kamov's single-seat Ka-50 Black Shark attack helicopter. The Russian air force plans to buy 12 Ka-52s this year for command and control duties, buthttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Yemen-close-to-placing-Ka-52-order-182708/
  • Still hovering

    News | 11 Aug 2003 23:00

    <p>VLADIMIR KARNOZOV / MOSCOW</p> <p>Russia's helicopter industry remains hampered by overcapacity, but has managed to adapt to the new realities and stabilise annual production</p> <p>As it entered the post-Cold War era, Russia's helicopter industry was suddenly faced with a rapidly disappearing domestic market, while being left with a vast manufacturing base.</p> <p>The initial enthusiasm for penetrating Western markets through co-operation deals quickly faded, with the focus returning to long-standing export customers which valued the low purchase and operational costs and rugged design of Russian helicopters. Although new designs are on the cards, the emphasis is on upgrading existing types, many of which are expected to be in demand for at least another decade.</p> <p>New designs in flight test include the Mil Mi-28N, Mi-38 and Kamov Ka-50/52 and Ka-60. These will not, however, replace production models as long as updated designs of old workhorses such as the Mil Mi-8/17, Mi-2http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Still-hovering-169986/
  • IAI and Mil hold joint venture discussions

    News | 11 Aug 1998 23:00

    <p>Israel Aircraft Industries (IAI) and Mil are discussing the formation of a joint venture to upgrade the Russian design bureau's helicopters worldwide. </p> <p>The initiative came from the Israeli company and talks between the two sides have been held in recent weeks in an attempt to work out a joint venture agreement. </p> <p>IAI sources confirm that Mil has been approached and the idea is being evaluated. "The combination of a well-known design bureau and our upgrade capability could result in good business," says one source. </p> <p>IAI's MATA helicopter division has been active in upgrade programmes, including Mil aircraft. </p> <p>Earlier this year the Lahav division of IAI teamed up with the Kamov design bureau to offer an upgraded Ka-50 to Turkey.</p>http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/IAI-and-Mil-hold-joint-venture-discussions-40592/