Russian Helicopters Ka-62

Derived from Kamov Ka-60 Kasatka

  • Russian Helicopters Ka-62
  • Russian Helicopters Ka-62

The Ka-62, powered by Turbomeca (now Safran) Ardiden 3G engines, is produced at the Progress Arsenyev Aviation Company in Russia Far East.

First unveiled at the MAKS airshow in August 2013 with certification by the Interstate Aviation Committee first announced for 2015 following by first deliveries expected for 2018.

First prototype made its maiden flight powered with French Ardiden 3G engines on April 28, 2016 followed by a official presentation on May 25, 2017

On November 2020, development of new Russian engine Klimov VK-1600V started.

Specifications Ka-62

Engine 2 x Safran Ardiden 3G 1680 shp
Capacity 2 + 15
Length (m) 4.1
Height (m) 1.3
Blades 4
Rotor diam. (m)
Disc area (m2)
Weight (kgs)     Max: 6500
Speed (km/h) Cruise: 290     Max: 308
Range (km) 770
Ceiling (m) 3300     Max: 5700
Rate/Climb (m/min)

  List of Operators of Ka-62

Years Model Org
2013-    russia Russian Helicopters
2020-    brazil Atlas Taxi Aereo
2020-    colombia Vertical de Aviacion

  Global Distribution of Ka-62


Construction Numbers

C/N Built as Year History
97876210101 RU RA-00000
97876210102 RU RA-62002
RU ?

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