Russian Helicopter Retrospective at Sheremetyevo

Russian Helicopters, which has consolidated the once-mighty Soviet helicopter industry into one, resurgent entity, is displaying some of its archive photos at an exhibition to celebrate 90 years of Russian civil aviation

The exhibition is in Terminal F of Moscow's Sheremetyevo International Airport, if you're passing through, and includes photos from the archives of the Mil and Kamov design bureaux. Here are some examples:

Kamov Ka-15

Nikolai Kamov with the Ka-18 

Kamov Ka-26

Mil Mi-4- 3,852 of which were buiilt

Mill Mi-12


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