The third flight model of the Ka-62 was up in the air

a prototype of Ka—62 helicopter has been successfully test — report “News: Primorye” according to the press service of the holding “Helicopters of Russia”. At the flight test station AAK Progress im. N. And. Sazykina of the holding “Russian Helicopters” (part of state Corporation rostec), took to the air the third prototype of multi-purpose helicopter Ka-62.

the Rise in the mode of “hovering” was held in the framework of the preliminary tests and was successful. The third flight model of the Ka-62 took to the air to assess his General health and verification of key power systems and avionics. The helicopter raised in the air, test pilots JSC “Kamov” — developer Ka-62 (part of the holding “Helicopters of Russia”).

Earlier, the aircraft successfully passed a series of tests in the mode land race. Next, she will undergo a series of tests on the basis of JSC “Kamov”, Moscow. In the near future, this helicopter together two previously released flight models of the Ka-62 will begin certification testing.

“in Parallel with the preparation for the certification tests is in full swing preparing for serial production of Ka-62, which we plan to launch in 2020-th year, – said General Director of holding “Helicopters of Russia” Andrey Boginsky. – First car planning to buy the administration of Primorsky Krai. Upon completion of the certification process, we will be ready to start serial deliveries”.

“In the production of prototypes of Ka-62 helicopter, we made a big breakthrough. Not long ago, the car took part in the flight program of the International aviation and space salon MAKS-2019. The helicopter aroused great interest among domestic and foreign guests”, — said managing Director of AAC “Progress” Yury Denisenko.

the Civil multipurpose helicopter Ka-62 is designed for the carriage of passengers, offshore jobs, emergency medicineInskoy assistance, cargo transportation inside cabin and on external sling, patrolling and environmental monitoring. Serial production of the Ka-62 is scheduled to begin in 2020 with the financial support of the Industry Development Fund.

Text: GTRK “Vladivostok”