Developed as a reconnaissance helicopter and for light transport missions the Kasatka (Swallow) first flew on December 24, 1998 but problems with the RD-600V engines halted the program. On April 2011 an agreement was signed with French Turbomeca to use the 1,306 kW (1,751 hp) Turbomeca Ardiden 3G turboshaft for a revised Ka-62
Derivatives & Versions
|RusHeli Ka-62||2016|| The Ka-62, powered by Turbomeca (now Safran) Ardiden 3G engines, is produced at the Progress Arsenyev Aviation Company in Russia Far East.
List of Operators of Kamov Ka-60 Kasatka
|From||Organisation with model Ka-60 Kasatka|
|Construction Numbers on database of Ka-60 Kasatka or its versions|