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Helicopters of Arsenievsky Progress will be left in Primorye for domestic aviation
The first two Ka-62 civilian helicopters, which the Progress plant will provide for flight tests in the 2020 year, are planned to be purchased by the Primorye authorities for intra-regional aviation.
The helicopter is assembled from composite materials, all parts are made in Russia, with the exception of foreign engines. It can be used as a passenger or as a cargo. Also, the board can become sanitary if you install a medical module on it. According to the press service of the regional administration, the Ka-62 can also be operated as a search and rescue helicopter and for flights to oil rigs.
The first two helicopters of the Arsenevsky plant should go on flight tests, and then go on sale in 2020 year. In Primorye, they hope that the Ka-62 will interest carriers in other regions of the Far East. For example, in Kamchatka, these helicopters will be able to replace the outdated Mi-8 fleet.