MOSCOW—The first export delivery of the Kamov Ka-52 attack helicopter has taken place, with Egypt formally accepting the first three aircraft. “The first batch has been accepted by the Egyptian armed forces. We plan to make the first delivery very soon,” said Russia’s minister of industry and trade, Denis Manturov. The total order calls for 46 helicopters. Egypt will become the first operator of the Ka-52K naval variant. Development of this version started in 2011, ...

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