Russian Helicopters showed “ANSAT” during the industrial exhibition Innoprom-2015

 

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Russian Helicopters (part of State Corporation Rostec) is taking part in the sixth international industrial exhibition Innoprom-2015, which is being held from the 8th to the 11th of July 2015. The company will showcase its Ansat multipurpose helicopter at Innoprom, which is taking place at the Ekaterinburg-Expo International Exhibition Centre. Russian Helicopters’ exhibition can be found at stand 3B29.
The Ansat helicopter has a number of competitive advantages compared to counterparts in its class. It is reliable and easy to operate, can be used in a wide range of climatic conditions, and does not need to be stored in a hangar.

Helicopter “ANSAT” can obtain residence permit in Cuba

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The project to build and promote a helicopter “ANSAT” can be implemented in Cuba, said Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin during the 13 session of the intergovernmental Russian-Cuban commission on trade-economic and scientific-technical cooperation.

“I think that Latin America and the Caribbean need this helicopter and I think that as part of a service center for repair and maintain the required level of service helicopters Soviet and Russian production in Latin America we could with respect to helicopters’ ANSAT” create a separate project to build and promote it to Latin America “- Rogozin said, quoted by Tass.
For its part, the head of the Republic of Tatarstan Rustam Minikhanov noted that Tatarstan “is ready to organize the production of these helicopters in Cuba.”

Ansat Passenger Version Obtains International Certification

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The new Ansat light multirole helicopter with hydro-mechanical controls has received additional certification from the Aviation Register of the Interstate Aviation Committee, enabling it to carry out passenger transport operations in the commercial market.

According to the press service of the Russian Helicopters, additional certification confirms that the Ansat helicopter meets aviation regulations and approves the changes made to the type model. In particular, the Ansat passenger variant boasts an upgraded stability augmentation system, increased take-off weight up to 3,600 kg, and equipment to carry passengers. These changes have made it possible to improve the helicopter’s flight capabilities and make it more attractive and competitive in the international market.

“Type certification for the Ansat passenger helicopter with hydro-mechanical controls opens up new opportunities to promote this helicopter in the global commercial operation market,” Kazan Helicopters CEO Vadim Ligay stated.

Russian Ansat helicopter wins grand prix in Mil Cup helicopter race

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Photo: Russian Ansat helicopter wins grand prix in Mil Cup helicopter race
The flight crew of a Russian-made Ansat multi-purpose light helicopter produced by Russian Helicopters (a subsidiary of Oboronprom, part of State Corporation Rostec) was awarded the grand prix prize in the Mil Cup helicopter race. The competition was part of the 10th anniversary of the Hydroaviasalon-2014 international exhibition and conference, and followed a course from Moscow to Gelendzhik, via the cities of Voronezh and Rostov-on-Don. The Ansat flight crew was led by experienced pilots from the Kazan Helicopters, including first-class test pilotchief Sergey Golotenko and third-class test pilot Mikhail Miklhailov. The Ansat helicopter (produced at Kazan Helicopters, part of Russian Helicopters) made its debut appearance at the helicopter race this year. Dmitry Rogozin, Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation, and Denis Manturov, Minister of Trade, participated in the awards ceremony today.

“On behalf of all the employees of Russian Helicopter companies, I congratulate the flight crew and team from our Kazan Helicopters factory on their victory,” said Russian Helicopters CEOAlexander Mikheev. “This achievement once again demonstrates the excellent flight capabilities of the Ansat helicopter and its significant potential for the Russian and international markets”.
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World Military Power,  08.09.2014
 
The flight crew of a Russian-made Ansat multi-purpose light helicopter produced by Russian Helicopters (a subsidiary of Oboronprom, part of State Corporation Rostec) was awarded the grand prix prize in the Mil Cup helicopter race. The competition was part of the 10th anniversary of the Hydroaviasalon-2014 international exhibition and conference, and followed a course from Moscow to Gelendzhik, via the cities of Voronezh and Rostov-on-Don. The Ansat flight crew was led by experienced pilots from the Kazan Helicopters, including first-class test pilotchief Sergey Golotenko and third-class test pilot Mikhail Miklhailov. The Ansat helicopter (produced at Kazan Helicopters, part of Russian Helicopters) made its debut appearance at the helicopter race this year. Dmitry Rogozin, Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation, and Denis Manturov, Minister of Trade, participated in the awards ceremony today.

“On behalf of all the employees of Russian Helicopter companies, I congratulate the flight crew and team from our Kazan Helicopters factory on their victory,” said Russian Helicopters CEOAlexander Mikheev. “This achievement once again demonstrates the excellent flight capabilities of the Ansat helicopter and its significant potential for the Russian and international markets”.

 
 
 
 
 

Russian helicopters will be collected in South Africa

 Russian helicopters  will be collected  in South Africa

Vladimir Putin held talks in Sochi with the President of South Africa Jacob Zuma. The meeting between the two leaders lasted for nearly five hours. During this time, they agreed on cooperation in the sphere of economy, culture, and industry.

In the field of aircraft planned co-production of light multi-purpose helicopter, there is a conversation on the supply of Russian aircraft to South Africa.

A source in the Russian delegation told the “Izvestia” that Russia plans to deliver to South Africa MC-21 aircraft and to produce jointly the helicopters “ANSAT” developed by the Kazan Helicopter Plant. These helicopters are controlled by one pilot, can be used as both a cargo and passenger (on board can be up to nine people)