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    Safran (Turbomeca) Ardiden 3G

    Safran (Turbomeca) Ardiden 3G

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    Version of : Ardiden
    SHP: 1680
    Type: Turboshaft


    Third Kamov Ka-62 Completes First Flight, 08-Jan-20 : The Ka-62 third prototype completed first flight at Progress AAC and initiate certification process in order to begin serial production this year

    Ka-62 at the MAKS 2019 Air Show, 28-Aug-19 : #Ka62 Russian Ka-62 prototype presented for first time during the MAKS 2019 air show in Moscow. It is powered by French Safran Ardiden 3 engines

    Ка-62 Certification Tests in 2018, 06-Sep-17 : Russian Ka-62 helicopter, powered by Safran Ardiden 3G engines, will begin certification tests in 2018 and scheduled to last two years

    Ka-62’s Ardiden 3G Obtains EASA Type Certification, 19-Jun-17 : Paris Air Show 2017 Safran Helicopter Engines received EASA engine type certification for its Ardiden 3G which powers Russian Helicopters Ka-62

    Ka-62 Performs First Official Test Flight, 25-May-17 : The Progress Arsenyev Aviation Company, part of Russian Helicopters/Rostec, completed first trial flight of the Safran Ardiden 3G powered Ka-62

    Ka-62 Completes Takeoff with Ardiden 3G Engine, 03-May-16 : The Russian Helicopters Ka-62 powered with two Turbomeca Safran Ardiden 3G engines maiden hovering took place on April 28, 2016 at manufacturer plant in Arsenyev.

    Turbomeca Ardiden 3g Engines for Ka-62, 27-Apr-11 : Paris - Russian Helicopters, JSC and French Turbomeca (Safran group), have signed contracts for the supply of at least 308 Turbomeca Ardiden 3G turbo shaft engines to be installed on the updated Ka-62 helicopter. This announcement follows the ‘protocol of intentions’ contract signed on 21 February 2010, outlining the development and delivery of the Safran engines for the Russian-built Ka-62 helicopter.

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    Russian Helicopters Ka-62

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