Russia has received a request from India to supply a batch of KA-31 airborne early warning (AEW) helicopters which would likely be based on the Indigenous Aircraft Carrier (IAC). “Recently received an appeal for an additional supply of Ka-31 marine helicopters,” Director of the Russian Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation (FSVTS) of Russia Dmitry Shugaev in an interview with Interfax Monday
Russias Federal Air Transport Agency (Rosaviatsiya) has given its approval to install floatation systems on Ansat helicopters for safe landing on water. Ansat has also received certification for the reduction in airworthiness limitations of its main parts, leading to reduction in maintenance and flying costs
The first test launch of Russias land and sea attack hypersonic missile fired from frigate Admiral Gorshkov has been termed a success. The missile traveled at 9 times the speed of sound after launch from a frigate in the Barents Sea and hit a ground target in the test held in January, TASS said quoting two unnamed officials from the North-Western Federal District today
Slovakias LOTN company has conducted overhaul and repair works of Afghan Air Forces Mi-17V-5 helicopter, nearly a year after Russian manufacturers reportedly accused the Slovak company of “illegally” conducting repair works on their rotorcraft. “LOTN has completed complex overhaul and heavy repair works of Afghan Mi-17V-5 helicopter which had suffered major combat damage,” the company said in a statement today
Russian Helicopters signed a roadmap with Indo-Russian Helicopters Limited (IRHL) for the production of Ka-226T helicopters in India at the Defexpo 2020 exhibition. "The roadmap signed today will be the basis for further development of the Ka-226T localization project in India after the signing of the contract," said Director General of Russian Helicopters holding company Andrei Boginsky
Russian Helicopters has embarked on the development of a new type of attack helicopter called ‘Airborne Combat Vehicle, which will feature special weapons and more power. The company has developed a new version of the Mi-8AMTSh-VN Special Forces helicopter with enhanced weapons, says CEO Andrey Boginsky
Russian Helicopters Mi-171A2 has received a certification validating the rotorcrafts export in India and Columbia. “The Department of Civil Aviation of India has confirmed that the standard design of the Mi-171A2 helicopter meets the requirements of the country's civil aviation (CAR)
Flight tests of Russias first “heavily upgraded” Tupolev Tu-160M strategic bomber is scheduled to begin soon with the aircraft being transported from Kazan factory to the testing ground. “The first heavily upgraded Tu-160M strategic bomber was transferred from the production workshops to the flight testing station of the Kazan Aviation Enterprise on November 28, for factory ground and flight tests," a source in the defense industry divulged
Russia has presented two Mi-8MT multirole helicopters and P-18-2 early warning radars to Kyrgyzstan, as part of inter-governmental agreement to provide military and technical assistance to the latter. “The military equipment were handed over to the Kyrgyz Armed Forces in a ceremony held in Kant town in the Chui Valley, north Kyrgyzstan,” General Staff of the Kyrgyz Armed Forces was quoted as saying by
Russias Rostec is set to launch the serial production of its new Mi-38 multirole helicopter after the manufacturer, Kazan Helicopter Plant, received Russian Federal Air Transport Agency certificate. Russian Helicopters expects to deliver the first rotorcraft to the Russian Ministry of Defense in this year
Russian Helicopters Holding Company has signed with the Emirati Tawazun Holding Company an agreement on the basic terms of the transaction for the purchase of a 50% stake in VR-Technologies. The document was signed by Director General of Russian Helicopters Andrey Boginsky and Director General of Tawazun Tareq Abdul Raheem Al Hosani
Nigeria entered into an agreement with Russia on the purchase of 12 Mi-35 helicopters, on Wednesday. “Russia and Nigeria have signed a deal for Moscow to supply twelve Mi-35s to Nigeria,” a senior official at Russias federal military-technical cooperation service, was quoted as saying by RIA news agency
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