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    Russian Helicopters


    kazan helicopters

    The Kazan Helicopter plant (KHP) was founded on September 4, 1940. Began production with the Mi-1 in 1951, continue with the Mi-4, the Mi-8 series and the Mi-24/35. As of 2019, more than 12000 helicopters have been built in Kazan, which have flown more than 50 million flight hours worldwide.

    In 1999 presented the Ansat powered by Pratt & Whitney Canada engines

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    2007/    Kazan Plant
    Tomilino Heliport


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    2015/    Mi-14 Haze
    1999/    Ansat
    1973/86Mi-14 Haze
    Mi-8/17 Hip (3rd Gen)

    Construction Numbers (Not all in this unit)

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    C/NVersionBuiltIn this OrgIn other Org
    171A02643140101U Mi-171A2 514 grey: w/o 03aug18 hard landing at mount Elbrus
    33114 Ansat 910: Russian Helicopters; 910 white; 910 black
    156A01 Ansat 982: Russian Helicopters; Nov18 pictured being prepared for China Airshow 2018+
    33074 gmsu RA-20005: ANSAT GMSU type
    HeliMed RA-20005: HeliMed Ambulance by Oct17
    33070 gmsu RA-20007: ANSAT GMSU type
    HeliMed RA-20007: pictured at Pskov Regional Clinical Hospital
    33012 Ansat RA-20012: Kazan Helicopters
    33015 Ansat RA-20015: Kazan Helicopters Ansat S type
    33016 Ansat RA-20016: Kazan Helicopters, reser RF-28540
    33114 Ansat RA-20035: on display at Dubai Airshow 2019
    33116 gmsu 2020 RA-20055: Kazan plant, pictured
    Bargouzin Air RA-20055: Using for HEMS operations
    171A02643170102U Mi-171A2 RA-22880: Russian Helicopters, ex 702 white
    RA-22880: Nov18 pictured being prepared for China Airshow 2018, Zhuhai
    171A02643170103U Mi-171A2 RA-22894: Russian Helicopters
    33015 Ansat RF-28539: Kazan Helicopters Ansat U type
    33016 Ansat RF-28540: Kazan Helicopters Ansat U type
    11 C/N found in this Organisation.

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