Russian Helicopters concluded the first export contract for the supply of medium multirole helicopter Mi-171A2 with the Indian company Vectra Group during the second day of the Dubai Airshow 2017.
In accordance with provisions of this agreement, Mi-171A2 will be delivered to the customer in 2018. Moreover, the contract provides for an option for purchasing of one more helicopter, the company said in a statement Monday.
"The certification and successful operation of Mi-171A2 in India will allow other buyers to translate their interest into new contracts," said CEO of Russian Helicopters Andrey Boginsky after signing of the contract.
The multirole helicopter Mi-171A2 is a result of modernization of Mi-8/M-17 series helicopters. There are about 80 modifications in the Mi-171A2 design as compared to the baseline model. The helicopter is equipped with the VK-2500PS-03 engines with the digital control system. It also has a power unit with the increased capacity and, therefore, strengthened transmission.
Due to the digital navigation system with data indication on displays, the helicopter can be operated by a crew consisting of only two men. Introduction of equipment for diagnostics and monitoring of essential systems status as a part of airborne avionics has increased the helicopter reliability and made it possible to reduce maintenance time. The Mi-171A2 has a X-type anti-torque rotor and a new main rotor with all-composite blades with the improved airframe configuration.
The Russian Helicopters plans to sign a contract with India on supply of Mi-171A2, the companys Director General Andrei Boginsky said. "At the show, we plan signing a contract with an Indian company on supply of Mil Mi-171A2, and certifying it on this market," Andrei was quoted as saying by
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Russian Helicopters, Singaporean Progression Pte and Russia-Singapore Business Council (RSBC) have signed an agreement with Centre for Overseas Promotion of Russian High-tech Companies and Presentation of Investment Projects on cooperation and joint collaboration to promote helicopters in the South-east Asia region. Under the Agreement, Progression Pte
Russian Helicopters has started flight tests of the Mi-171E multipurpose helicopter with upgraded power unit and rotor system at Ulan-Ude Aviation Plant (UUAP) and plans to finish the flight tests by the end of the 2017. Mi-171E helicopter is equipped with a new rotor and X-shaped tail rotor with blades made of polymer composite materials, upgraded swash plate, Russian-made VK-2500PS-03 engine with a FADEC-type digital control system, and with modified stabilizer and keel beam, the company said in a statement Friday
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